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Converse Black Friday sale 2023

Need a new pair of Chucks? Here’s how to get discounted Converse in this year's Black Friday sale (24 November).

Looking for Converse Black Friday deals? You're in luck.

The Converse All Star is just as timeless as the Shrek soundtrack. They're a go-to sneaker, no matter what mood you're in.

Converse hasn't yet released the details of its Australian Black Friday sale, however, there are other ways you can get your hands on some discounted Cons this Black Friday.

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When is Black Friday 2023?

Black Friday 2023 will take place on 24 November. Keep an eye out for sales to continue on until 27 November, which is Cyber Monday. Many deals will likely be made available in the week or so leading up to Black Friday.

Which stores sell Converse and are taking part in the Black Friday sales?

There are a few stores that sell Converse that are also involved in the Black Friday sales. These include:

What will be on sale during the Converse Black Friday sale?

At the time of writing, THE ICONIC is currently displaying 166 different styles of Converse shoes page with a discount of up to 70% off already. These include classic Chuck Taylor styles and the Pride series, as well as some cool styles the kids will love.

How can I get free shipping for Converse?

THE ICONIC and Glue Store both offer free delivery for orders over $50. ASOS also offers free shipping, but for orders over $80.

Shopping direct? Converse offers free shipping with all orders over $75.

What is Converse's returns policy?

Converse has a 30-day return period, in which you can exchange or refund your items, as long as they're returned in an unworn condition.

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