50% off Everything for Black Friday @ Old Navy

50% off Everything for Black Friday @ Old Navy

Black Friday might still be few hours away, but the party has already started at Old Navy Canada! Their Pre-Party Sale is now over, and their official Black Friday deals are live online and in stores.

Here's how it works: until Nov. 23 at 11:59 PM PT, you'll automatically save 50% off your entire purchase at Old Navy. No code is needed, and only a few things are excluded (like Hot Deals and clearance items).

With all departments considered, there are thousands of items marked down right now. And in true Old Navy fashion, almost everything is on sale, but this sitewide promo isn't the only deal available online. They're also running one-day flash sales on select items, like flannel shirts for $10 (which is Thursday's deal).

If all that wasn't enough, there's one more deal worth checking out. Super Cash is back! Now through Nov. 27, you'll earn $10 for every $25 you spend at Old Navy. Then, you can spend all earned Super Cash between Nov. 28 and Dec. 4 – so it's basically like you benefit from Black Friday sales twice.

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  • Sadiq N.

    these are great deals. Thanks bargainmoose

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    • CuteSavings

      Our pleasure! <3

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      • Bargainmoose

        Our pleasure <3

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      • KaylaS

        The cute sherpa lined parka is actually on sale in my cart for just over $28 instead of the mentioned $23, so will be atleast an extra $5 more than the final $13.80 total ...but that's still an amazing deal on a jacket! Is this unisex? This won't fit my 6yo daughter but hoping I can possibly grab a size or two larger for my 17month old son to wear later. How do you receive the extra 40% on top of the already 40% discount? Is there a code? I thought perhaps $28 was the final price as 40% is already applied in the cart... 

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        • CuteSavings

          Hi KaylaS! That parka doesn't appear to be on sale any more. Originally it was on sale for $23 and then the 40% was applied on top of that.

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