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Lands’ End Black Friday 2014
Stay tuned for this year’s Black Friday ad from Lands’ End. Meanwhile, here is how the deals shaped up last year:
Best Lands’ End Black Friday Deals From 2013
With an online store and over a dozen brick-and-mortar locations, retailer Lands’ End offers a wide range of practical clothing options for men, women and children.
Last year, the company released a four-page ad showcasing its best deals for Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Discounts were offered in staggered intervals, starting on Black Friday and continuing through the weekend and on Cyber Monday, resulting in a six-day sale. Rather than storewide discounts, Lands’ End offered item-specific doorbuster deals, with a limit of five doorbusters per shopper per day. Some items were available only to online shoppers at landsend.com.
The sale featured a decent, though not extensive selection of items for fall and winter, offering some good deals on jackets, sweaters and tops for $25 and less for men, women and children:
- Boys’ and girls’ down jackets: $25
- Women’s lofty cotton V-neck sweaters: $24
- Men’s Polartec Aircore 100 fleece half-zips: $13
- Boys’ and girls’ T-100 fleece half-zip pullover: $12
- Men’s flannel shirts: $15
Other cold-weather deals on women’s clothing included $19 down vests, $8 ruched CashTouch scarves and Polartec Aircore 100 fleece hats and mittens for $3. For kids, Stormer snow bibs cost only $20.
In the shoes department, Lands’ End offered kids’ Snow Flurry boots for $25 and women’s suede moc slippers for $20. Other practical items included medium open-top colored canvas tote bags for $19 and canvas wine totes for $6.
The sale was similar to the one the year before, featuring some of the same items at lower prices. For example, wine totes were a dollar cheaper than the year before, and fleece half-zips dropped from $15 to $13. Other prices, like children’s Snow Flurry boots, were priced slightly higher than the year before ($25 instead of $20), but still significantly cheaper than their regular price of $49.
Shoppers could also find Lands’ End items at Sears. For other stores and brands with similar items, check out the clothing departments of Kmart, Target and Kohl’s, as well as outdoor retailers Gander Mountain, Bass Pro Shops and Sports Authority. For a full list of 2014 Black Friday ad scans, check out NerdWallet’s Black Friday ad leaks page.
Written by Melinda Szell
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