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Back Friday deals 2016

Black Friday will return in 2016 on Friday 25th November, with an amazing 25% discount off most of our product range on www.barriersdirect.co.uk*. As a special extra deal, we’ll be offering a 10% discount off most products* in the run up to Black Friday, starting Weds 23rd November.

We’ll be continuing the offers for Cyber Monday, 28th November.

 

 The offers in this promotion  are for orders received from customers in the UK for delivery to a  UK postcode. The Products in the offer will be highlighted by a special stamp on the product image on the relevant category pages and product pages. Those products not in the offer will not have a stamp. Some products will be discounted after they have been placed in the basket, others will already have been discounted by at least 27.5%. from their previous price for a single item. If this is how the discount has beenapplied, it will be indicated on the special stamp as described above. If details of the previous price are required, please email support@barriersdirect.co.uk for details. Black Friday Week offers can not be used with any other offers or discounts.

 

When is Black Friday?

Black Friday occurs on the the day after US Thanksgiving, which falls on the fourth Thursday in November. This year, Black Friday is on Friday 25th November, however our amazing deals will be available to shop from Wednesday 23rd November 2016.
 

What is Black Friday?

It began in the USA, and is now the biggest shopping event of the year, occurring across the world. which now takes place on a global scale. We’ll be offering brilliant price reductions to start the Christmas shopping season.
 

Why is it called Black Friday?

A common reason for the name is because Black Friday is typically one of the best days for the economy, with retailers' accounts going from 'the red' into 'the black'.

 

*A limited number of our products are excluded from promotions and discounts.

Other exclusions may apply, please see our Terms and Conditions.