Updated on Friday, November 24, 2017: Black Friday is officially here and so is the big art sale at ART.com!
Visit art.com today and shop their entire store at 50% off. We looked at their terms and conditions and among the exclusions (see below), we couldn’t find the exact end time but their homepage mentions “today only”.
See their site for official terms and conditions. Have a nice Thanksgiving weekend and good luck bargain hunting!
What new print are you planning on getting this coming Thanksgiving weekend? Will it be something for your living room, bedroom, bathroom, or something else? Let us know in the comments below!
If you missed art.com’s black friday sale last year then you have another chance this year to get 50% off your entire purchase. You just have to be quick and complete your purchase by noon on Friday, November 25, 2016, otherwise the sale drops down to 45% off. Almost everything in the store qualifies for the sale except for gift cards, Limited and Special Edition items, home accessories, and any items already on clearance or marked as a “Daily Value” item. You can check out the ad for complete terms.
From abstract to photography, art.com is the to-go place for all your favorite prints. Unfortunately, good art isn’t cheap. Fortunately here we have Black Friday and you’ll be able to find some of their best deals of the year. For 2015 they are having a site wide sale with a 50% off promo code that’s good on nearly everything in the store (use code BLKFRIDAY at the time of purchase). Just be sure to checkout before noon on Friday on 11/27/15 because that’s when the discount level drops to 45% off for the later half of day.
Some of my favorites include:
– Blue Nude c1902by Pablo Picasso from $7.99.
– Quiet Beach by Stephen Mallon from $24.99.
– STARRY NIGHT, C.1889 by Vincent van Gogh from $12.99.
– Glacier Bay III Tapestry by James Burghardt starting at $199.99.
As with all promotions, there are things that are excluded. At this year’s Black Friday sale you won’t be able to apply the code on any limited or “museum curated” editions, home accessories, or previous purchases. We’ve included the ad scan below so you can see the details or visit their store for more information.