Pretty Little Thing Black Friday: When is the PLT sale and what to expect?

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Pretty Little Thing has launched a huge early Black Friday sale – but it’s only available for a short time.

The online fashion website is offering shoppers 99 percent off hundreds of products on 19 November.

Yes, its popular flash discount is now live on prettylittlething.com, but only between 12pm and 1pm.

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Throughout the week PLT has been offering up to 60 percent off, but for a limited time there’s even more discount to bag.

The flash sale is available across the main clothing collection as well as beauty brands including Molly Mae’s Beauty Works, L’Oreal, Morphe and Revolution.

It’s part of the brand’s Pink Friday 2021 and should give shoppers a teaser of what to expect during Black Friday.

You can find out everything we know so far below.

Will Pretty Little Thing be taking part in Black Friday?

Yes, although this is an early sale, which gives customers the chance to get 99 percent off all items across its website, we can expect more deals throughout the week.

This sale is only running for a limited time, so as we head into Black Friday week, shoppers can keep an eye out on Pretty Little Thing for even more discounts.

The official day of deals takes place on 26 November and you can sign up to the mailing list to be the first to find out about the Black Friday sale.

When is Black Friday 2021?

This year’s Black Friday will officially take place on 26 November, with the likes of Amazon running week-long discounts on thousands of products.

If you’re an Amazon Prime member then you’ll be able to access Black Friday deals before anyone else.

The members get early access to ‘Lightning Deals’, which only run for a short allotted time – and once they’ve sold out they’re gone.

This includes Amazon’s own devices, gaming products, TVs, beauty products and garden and homeware.

You can bookmark the page amazon.co.uk/deals and check it regularly for the latest offers in the run-up to Black Friday.

You can also expect the likes of John Lewis, Argos and more to take part, with deals on tech, gaming, homeware and more.

There’s already been a number of early deals popping up for customers to take advantage of before the Black Friday rush, and you can read our PinkNews guides below.

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