Exchange Offering a Harvest of Savings Before, During and After Black Friday

DALLAS – Army & Air Force Exchange Service shoppers can spare the turkey as the Exchange carves up prices Nov. 26-30.

The bountiful savings begin at on Thanksgiving Day with Samsung 65-inch UHD TVs marked down to $1,299, a $1,200 value, UGGs boots for $139 and 35 percent off all Vince Camuto and Lauren Ralph Lauren handbags.

In-store, shoppers will find even more reasons to be thankful on Black Friday with LG 65-inch 4K Smart TVs for $899, Beats by Dre Pro over-ear headphones marked down $150, 20 percent off all Coach and Dooney & Bourke handbags and a 165-piece Craftsman mechanics tool set for $64, 50 percent off the regular price.

Saturday has tasty deals for the whole family including $600 off a Samsung 65-inch UHD TV, Oakley Fuel Cell polarized sunglasses for $39, Nautica Breakwater II spinner upright luggage set for $119 and 45 percent off assorted earbuds, headphones and headbands.

Finally, Monday kicks off Cyber Week and offers an array of online-only deals such as 30 percent off select military and famous maker brand luggage, Rachael Ray Porcelain II cookware set for just $99 and 25 percent off all Dyson vacuums. Daily Cyber Week specials will be added online every day through Thursday.

“With deals such as these, we don’t expect there to be too many leftovers,” said Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Sean Applegate, Exchange senior enlisted advisor. “In addition to the great savings at our brick and mortar locations, the online specials will be updated and changed daily as well. Any way you slice it, Exchanges will have everything military families need, at the right price.”

Complete details on Exchange Black Friday weekend sales and specials are available at on the Weekly Ads tab.

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