Singles Day offers pre-Black Friday Shopping Deals

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The global shopping festival called Singles Day is Nov 11, 2020.

If you love getting pre-Holiday deals  on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, then you’ll want to check out National Singles Day which is officially Nov. 11,2020.   This shopping holiday, which started in China to celebrate being Single, is now taking off worldwide.  This year, Singles Day started 10 days early, expanding Singles Day to more than just one day of shopping. According to LinkedIn News, “China’s Alibaba says it’s raked in more than $75 billion for its annual Singles Day event, eclipsing last year’s record of $38 billion as shoppers splurged on as many as 16 million discounted goods.”

Singels Day this year offers many online deals on luxury items.  Worldwide website Alibaba  is offering special deals online.  Many US retailers are also offering special deals both on the Alibaba website and via their own websites.  Plus, all six of America’s largest luxury department stores including Neiman Marcus and brands such as Kiehl’s, Clinique, YSL and 200 others are launching their holiday spending offers targeted at luxury-loving Chinese Americans.

According to DealMoon, millions of high end products will be offered from 25%-80% off, and many retailers are offering 50% off site wide.  This year’s Singles Day offers are available now and  continue through November 15 at  (English) or (Chinese). Some retailers are even offering free shipping deals.

The event is online only, so these are some of the exclusive deals we’ve uncovered.

Deal Moon Ted Baker

Luxury brand Ted Baker offers up to 50% off  

Kiehls Offers

Kiehl’s offers savings up to 30% off on skincare.  As a bonus, free samples are offered at check out.  Deal ends 11/30.

H&M offers up to 60% off Sale items.

Levi’s: Get 30 percent off orders of $100 or more with code HAPPYDAY.

Luisa Via Roma is offering savings on luxury apparel for men & women of 30% off full priced items. Please note,  this deal Cannot be used in conjunction with other offers and exclusions may apply. Use code: LVR30 at checkout to get the savings.

Madewell: Get 30 percent off sitewide with code EARLYBIRD.

Moda Operandi offers 50% Off Pre-Fall & Fall/Winter Collections via coupon code “ELEVEN11”. Free shipping on all US Orders. Free shipping to China including HK and TaiWan on orders $200+. Deal ends 11/12.

Net-a-Porter is offering Singles’ Day 22% off on their special Singles Day edit and selected items marked ‘Seasonal Pick’. Simply enter code SINGLES22 at checkout

Nordstrom Rack is offering an extra 11% off for Singles Day shoppers.

Nordstrom is offering an extra  60% Off+ Extra 25% off Clearance Sale.

SANDRO Paris is offering up to 80% off during a special online flash sale.

Shopbop: Get up to 50 percent off more than 5,000 items on their holiday sale.

The Outnet is currently having a huge sale on nearly every item on their website. Almost everything is eligible for an additional discount, including top finds from DVF, Iris & Ink, Ganni and Zimmermann.


Neiman Marcus offers beauty deals including savings on Revive anti-aging serum.

Saks Fifth Avenue: Get a gift card that’s up to $700 in value with code NOVGCSF. The amount of the gift depends on the amount of your purchase. A $250+ purchase gets you a $35 gift card. A $3,000+ purchase gets you that $700 gift card. There are three other tiers in between these.

Uniqlo offers savings on their exclusive HeatTech collection, as well as savings on cashmere sweaters and gloves.

Uniqlo Free Gloves

Uniqlo is offering Free HeatTech Gloves as part of their Singles Day Promotions

In China, Singles Day is already a big shopping success.  Movie stars and sport stars are appearing on Chinese TV to hawk the shopping festival.

Nicole Kidman OscarDLR at Singles day

Nicole Kidman in an Oscar de la Renta dress promoting the Global Shopping Festival of Singles Day in Shanghai.

Actress Nicole Kidman, turned out in a gorgeous Oscar de la Renta dress to promote the shopping day at the Global Shopping Festival in  Shanghai.


Since 2008, Mary Hall has been the author of The Recessionista Blog, which is read by thousands of regular readers in over 160 countries. An internationally recognized expert on the art of the living the good life for less, she has been a commentator on local, national, and international radio and TV shows. Her advice has been featured in over 2,000 media outlets, including The New York Times, Reuters, Life & Style magazine, ABC News, NBC News and now The Huffington Post, among many others.