How to save on major sneaker brands this Black Friday 2019

Posted: 29 November 2019 10:41 am
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This Black Friday, Platypus Shoes is offering up to 50% off on brands like Nike, adidas, Vans and Dr. Martens.

It's Black Friday and that can only mean one thing – you need to start shopping all the amazing deals. Here at Finder, we've already put together a list of the best deals we've seen so far. If you're looking for something specific, you can also check out our favourite offers in tech, fashion, home and beauty.

Yesterday, JD Sports dropped an early access Black Friday sale and we may or may not have already shopped some fresh kicks. If you're a total sneaker-head like us, another deal has just been announced and you absolutely need to know about it. Platypus Shoes is offering up to 50% off selected styles.

The deal is valid in-store and online – but let's be real, you should be shopping online to avoid the crazy crowds. Loads of major sneaker brands are involved in Platypus's Black Friday sale – Nike, adidas, Vans and Dr. Martens.

If you're keen to shop more deals, head on over to our Black Friday hub. Right now, we've got a comprehensive list of over 400 amazing sales that are just waiting for you. Black Friday is the time to shop, so get those credit cards out and start clicking!


Our top picks for the Platypus Black Friday sale

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Why do we love shopping at Platypus Shoes? Not only is there a huge range of brands available, but the online store is very customer-friendly. Returns are simple and you've got 30 days for online purchases. You also get free express shipping on orders over $130, and click and collect is available. Oh, and you can pay for your order with Afterpay, just like the list of these retailers.


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