Local Deals for Your Black Friday and Cyber Monday Holiday Shopping
This holiday season looks a little different from years past and that includes shopping days like Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, and Cyber Monday. Rather than offering different deals on different days, many local Vermont retailers have modified their holiday plans and are offering sales online instead. It’s easier, faster, and safer, especially during COVID-19! We rounded up a list of deals to some of our favorite local businesses for your convenience.
Need some new clothes for your baby? Zutano Baby has two great offers. Spend under $100 and you can save 25% using code SAVE25. Spend over $100 and you can save 30% using code SAVE30.
Do you love baking during the holidays? King Arthur Flour is offering 10% savings on orders of $75, 15% off orders of $100, and a 20% discount on orders of $120 or more!
If you love spending time outdoors, check out Outdoor Gear Exchange’s “Epic Holiday Sale.” You can save up to 40% on select brands!
If baking or spending time outdoors aren’t your thing, perhaps getting cozy in front of the fire is! The Vermont Flannel Company is offering 10% off to VSECU members using the code VSECU20.
Ursa Major is a Waterbury-based skin care company that specializes in natural skincare and does not use suspect chemicals in their products. You can save 20% site wide using code FRESH20!
While it might be looking a little brown outside, you can bring some life inside with free shipping from Gardener’s Supply Company! On orders of over $125, use the code XNET0368 to save.
For all the maple syrup lovers out there, Silloway Maple is offering 20% off using code “Thankful.” Order something for yourself or for a loved one!
Although it might be colder, time outside is still a great way to keep yourself from going stir crazy during this unusual time. To help stay warm, use the code STAYOUTSIDE20 at Turtle Fur to save 20% on active performance wear.
Need a little chocolate? We do too. Lake Champlain Chocolates has a whole page dedicated to seasonal sales.
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Not sure what you want to give this holiday season? Church Street Marketplace is offering a weekend of deals at a variety of businesses. Just remember to avoid the crowds, wear a face covering, and remain six feet apart from your fellow shoppers!
If you love to snowboard, sign up to be notified of Burton’s special Black Friday deals, with 20% off select styles.
Do you or someone in your household love to cook? Kiss The Cook in Burlington is offering sales site wide using the code BF2020.
Chances are you know someone who just loves small, meaningful gifts. That’s what you can buy from Common Deer during their Cyber Monday sales! No code needed for this one, just head to their final sale page for more.
The unique gifts from Danforth Pewter are truly something to behold. They are offering 60% off retiring products during this year’s holiday season. But hurry, it’s only while inventory lasts!
Did you know that Orvis is a Vermont-based brand? Use their holiday guide to get up to 50% off—no code necessary.
Do you like pickled food? Pin Up Pickles is offering 10% off using code VBM10. Perfect as a side or accoutrement for your holiday meals!
Nothing on this list strike your fancy? Donate to the Vermont Foodbank instead! Three dollars can provide five meals for those in need. Donate before midnight on Wednesday, November 25 and your gift will be matched dollar for dollar.
From everyone at VSECU, have a very safe and happy holiday season!
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About Oliver Ames
Oliver is VSECU's social media strategist and spends most of his day engaging with members through our Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Instagram profiles. He has a background in science education, non-profit fundraising, business communication, media production, and membership-based organizations. When not at work, Oliver spends much of his time with his wife and their little dog Butterscotch at their home in Montpelier.