Belk Black Friday 2013 Ad Emailed to Customers

The Belk Black Friday 2013 ad was officially emailed to customers this morning. Scans of the department store’s ad had leaked nearly a month ago, but now the official Belk Black Friday 2013 sales ad has been sent out. Not surprisingly, Belk has chosen to follow other department stores and open at 8 p.m. on Thanksgiving evening.

Belk Black Friday 2013From 8 p.m. Thursday, Thanksgiving Day to 1 p.m. on Black Friday, Belk customers can use a 20 percent off coupon on purchases that are not Early Bird specials. The Belk Early Bird sales feature more than 300 items with prices good from 8 p.m. Thanksgiving through 1 p.m. on Black Friday 2013. One of the huge deals is Rampage Walden Boots originally $79.99 for $19.99. Also included in the specials is an entire five piece New Directions luggage set for $39.99, which normally retails for $179.99.

Of course, super early birds will be rewarded at Belk with a free gift card. The first 250 people through the store at every Belk location will receive a gift card. There is a guarantee of $1000 in gift cards per store. The cards’ values will range from $5 to $1000. If you aren’t so early at the Belk Black Friday sale, you can still get $10 off your first $50 purchase from 1 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Friday, November 29.

Other notable early bird specials on the Belk Black Friday 2013 sales ad are a Kitchaid Stand Mixer for $199.99 after $30 mail in rebate, and a Kuerig Mini Plus single serve brewer for $89.99 with a $20 Belk gift card. There are also numerous other deals on home goods including sheets, towels, bedding, and more.

The 8 p.m. Thanksgiving Day opening is the earliest ever opening for Belk’s Black Friday shopping sale. With the guaranteed $1000 gift card at every location, there are sure to be plenty of shoppers lining up early in hopes of being one of the first 250 customers through the doors as well in order to get a chance at that money. Even a $5 gift card would be a great discount on some of these super low Black Friday prices at Belk.

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