The Singles Day Sales start tomorrow

Mia Steiber 10 November 2017

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And we know that some of the world's best retailers will be offering deals up to 30% off.

If you're not excited about Singles Day, we're here to tell you why you should be.

Singles Day takes place every year on 11 November and it's a Chinese festival for young people to celebrate when they are single. Over the years it has transformed into a huge sales event with sites like AliBaba generating roughly $18 billion dollars in revenue in 2016. It's not just an event for those in China anymore, Singles Day is global.

And there's a reason people are spending so much. Singles Day has some of the best sales and deals you'll see all year. Last year we saw sales at Jurlique, AliExpress and even some luxury designer sites like YOOX. And this is absolutely perfect timing for anyone getting ready for Christmas. Singles Day offers a unique opportunity to save on your Christmas shopping!

This year, the finder shopping team got some inside information about what's happening this Singles Day. We know that there are even more retailers and even better deals.

Of course, we can't reveal anything until the sales go live tomorrow, but one of your all-time favourite retailers will be offering 30% off sitewide for Singles Day. You'll just have to visit the Singles Day sales page tomorrow to find out who it is!

A few of the sales are already live and running including 20% of Forzieri and 21% off Cosme De and there will be loads more going live when Singles Day officially starts. You can check out all the sales that are currently running and see all the sales starting tomorrow on our Singles Day sales page. We've put them all in the one place so all you savvy shoppers can take advantage of these awesome offers.

Happy shopping.

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