The North Face has launched its Early Access sign up for its 2021 Black Friday deal.
This year, Black Friday falls on November 26th and with several companies already starting to offer customers their long-awaited discounted items, The North Face will launch its deals on Thursday, November 25th.
We’ve taken a look at how to sign up for Early Access, the deals to expect, and how to manage their website to get the best out of your Black Friday shopping experience.
The North Face Black Friday Early Access
If you already have an XPLR account with The North Face, you’ll already be able to access Black Friday deals. For anyone who signs up for a free membership, your Early Access Pass will get you 20% off any item over £170.
To sign up, simply follow this link on their website and create an account.
In addition to Black Friday deals, the XPLR Pass also gives you 10% off your first order, exclusive deals and member-only access to contests and events.
The North Face Black Friday Deals
While The North Face has yet to announce the specific details of its 2021 Black Friday deals, we can expect similar discounts as last year.
In 2020, The North Face offered customers a 25% discount on orders over £300, as well as 20% off orders over £170, which is already available to XPLR members.
They’ve also announced that standard delivery will be free for anyone who orders online during this year’s Black Friday sale.
How to Get the Best Black Friday Experience
Black Friday shopping can be a stressful experience because the prices of our favorite items are much lower than usual, but they sell out fast.
This year, The North Face has given customers a step-by-step guide on how to manage their website through the chaos of sales.
They’re encouraging shoppers to make their way to the website before the item sells out and to make a list of all the items you’re hoping to buy to maintain an instant experience.
Along with free standard shipping, The North Face is also giving shoppers 30 days to return items if your Black Friday clothing picks aren’t exactly the right one for you.
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