You know what Thanksgiving means, right? It’s the week of the Iron Bowl AND… Black Friday! I’ve been busy rounding up deals over here you won’t want to miss (see some later in this post and make sure you follow me on Facebook where I’ll post extras throughout the week that won’t be on the blog!), heading to the store to stock up for Thanksgiving, and working. Since there’s a lot going on around here and Thanksgiving is Thursday, I’ve been trying to eat healthy on the go…per usual. So, I found some new little tasty treats to add to my arsenal.
I figured since you guys may be out Black Friday shopping and grocery shopping like mad people this week too you may want to know about these new little tasty treats you can stash in your purse. That way you can avoid the fast food places that tend to call your name when you are in a hurry! I tried out the new Orchard Valley dark chocolate covered almonds and the Cranberry Almond Cashew Trail Mix this week and love the cute little to go bags they come in. The nuts and fruits used are picked at their peak, minimally processed and have no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives and the expansive product line is non-GMO project verified. Yay!
Now that you know what snacks to enjoy while you get your shop on, here’s some of the best Pre-Black Friday Sales I’ve seen. Happy shopping!
–Shopbop: Save up to 25% with code GOBIG15. And now through Nov. 30., spend $250+ and save 15%; spend $500+ and save 20%; and spend $1,000+ and save 25%. (Currently crushing on the Sam Edelman gold ear crawlers at Shopbop above.)
–Splits59: Take 30% off with code BF30
–Macy’s: Take 20% off with code THANKS and enjoy free shipping over $50; valid Nov. 25 through Nov. 28.
–J. Crew: Take 30% off your purchase, including stuff that is never on sale! Plus, 40% off hundreds of styles and 40% off all sale styles in stores and online. Use code HOLIDAY; valid Nov. 25 through Nov. 26.
Make sure you follow me on Facebook where I’ll post more deals throughout the week!
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