Tiffany Black Friday Deals 2020 | The Sun UK

THE biggest retail event of the year is nearly upon us, and if you're looking to snap up some beautiful jewellery at a fraction of the cost— you'll definitely want to look out for Tiffany's Black Friday deals.

While the American jeweller doesn't participate in Black Friday itself, fans will be pleased to know there are a number of retailers stocking its beautiful pieces which will be taking part in this year's event. We take a look at where to search for Tiffany Black Friday deals this November.

Just because items are in a Black Friday sale, doesn’t mean you can’t find them, or something similar, cheaper elsewhere. Always shop around before spending your money.

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When is Black Friday 2020?

It's certainly getting close now! The retail extravaganza lands on November 27 this year, which is the day after Thanksgiving—the American holiday celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November.

Originally regarded as the beginning of the Christmas shopping season in the US, Black Friday has since become a mammoth retail event, with some incredible deals offered to shoppers throughout the weekend and into Cyber Monday.

Many shops now get in on the action before the actual day though, so keep an eye out from the beginning of November for early pre-sales.

What to expect from Tiffany's Black Friday 2020:

From rings to watches—and even home accessories—the American jeweller is the ultimate in luxury gifting, making the Black Friday sales the perfect opportunity to pick up something special in time for Christmas.

Incredibly though, Tiffany & Co. has not held a sale since opening in 1837—so the chances it will be participating in this year's Black Friday sales are very slim indeed!

However, its pieces are stocked by a number of department stores, from Selfridges to Debenhams.

And while there's no guarantee Tiffany pieces will be included in their price reductions, we're keeping our fingers crossed that we'll see some Tiffany Black Friday deals in this year's sales.

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What was in Tiffany's sale last year?

Negative again, unfortunately. Tiffany doesn't take part in Black Friday, which makes buying and receiving its luxury pieces that bit more special—and Tiffany Black Friday deals harder to find.

However, a number of retailers which stock the brand's jewellery, sunglasses and fragrances held Black Friday sales last year. Take a look below at what discounts were offered in 2019:

  • Selfridges: up to 20 per cent off instore and online – shop Tiffany at Selfridges
  • Debenhams: up to 50 per cent off instore and online – shop Tiffany at Debenhams
  • John Lewis: deals instore and online – shop Tiffany at John Lewis
  • Farfetch: deals online – shop Tiffany at Farfetch

How much does Tiffany's delivery cost?

Standard Delivery is free for all orders from Tiffany and takes three working days.

Express Delivery orders will arrive the next working day (excluding Saturdays and public holidays) but need to be placed by 1.30 pm Monday to Thursday. For full details, visit Tiffany's FAQ page here.

Does Tiffany offer any other discounts?

Tiffany doesn't offer discounts, which of course, is what adds to the exclusivity of the brand and its lust-worthy collections.

However, if you're looking for the lowest Tiffany prices, check out the Jewellery £500 & Under section of the website, where prices start from just £85.

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