Here are some Black Friday deals for those who have a hankering for specialty food products or for those hoping to get the perfect gift for the foodies in their life. Even better: none of these deals require you to get out of your pajamas or off the couch. Although, after yesterday's feast, maybe you should do some light calisthenics--a walk to the kitchen perhaps?
Using the code "Black Friday" you can double your order on this local chocolatier's website. Buy one box of truffles or chocolates and get one free, or buy two boxes and get two free. You can also specify when you want your order to arrive. Enter the code "BlackFriday10" when you check out. Offer is good today only.
Simon Gourmet Foods
Get a discount on "Munchies," a cookie of the month club. According to the website for this Miami gourmet baked goods company,
a pound or more of cookies will arrive at your door each month. A
Munchies membership usually costs $15 per month, but with this deal, you
can get three months of membership for $7.50 per month.
Free shipping and discounts on products by
artisan or small food businesses: honey, spreads, jams, jerkys, oils and
dressings, teas, salsas, and sauces. Deals through Monday. No special
code is required. See the full listing of discounts here.
weekend's offer on the discount site, Groupon, is for $75 worth of wine
for $25 at Barclay's Wine online. The deal is for new customers.
Other Black Friday Groupons include $20 worth of chocolates for $10 at
Chocolate.com, and a coffee deal at The Bean Coffee Company. See the full list here.
Deals offered through the weekend. Coupons don't get activated until December 1.
The gift certificate website is
always having a sale. But just in case your inbox doesn't already have
25 discount emails from them, I'll share this deal with you. This
weekend, you can buy gift certificates to restaurants around the country
for 80 percent off if you enter the code "SAVE" when you check out.
Customers need to do their research: the website tends to list
restaurants on their roster months after they've closed their doors
(Cape Cod Room and BarBu are two examples), but in my experience,
they've always been helpful about giving a refund if you find a
restaurant is shuttered. Deal ends Sunday.
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