OK, I hope you Americans realize how LUCKY you are that you can take advantage of these awesome sales without paying big shipping, customs and duty. A moment of sympathy, please, for your Canadian friends who will suffer today and tomorrow
"UP TO" 80% off is what they say. That doesn't mean across the board 80%. So don't get your hopes up too high, shoppers!
I haven't seen any details on it beyond the announcement, so figure we have to wait until actual Friday to start...which might be midnight tonight, or who knows...way some of these shops are doing things!
Do tell! Any idea what the code will be? All items or just certain clearance/sale items??
Thanks! I could really use some retail therapy!
It's *some* items *up to* 80% off. So my guess is an item or two will be doorbusted at 80% off. Some crud that's really odd/not clearing out will be between 50-80% off... and most of the stuff will be full price or 50% off just like with the code.
I think Horze is doing a "clear out" of fall/winter items before the spring stuff comes in. I would expect sizes to be getting limited and I'd be very surprised if more than a few goofball items are 80% off.
Horze have restocked all the saddle pad colors but the breeches when sold seem to be sold i.e. no more... all the nice B Vertigo breeches are already gone in my size regardless of any 80% off deals there may or may not be... it sucks to be bigger as those sizes go first if only I could wear an xxs then I could score some real deals! Lots of the bridles have run out in big sizes too... so if I was an xxs and rode something with a pony sized head I could probably do really well - sadly me and the horses all need the big sizes! Some nice winter boots left tho and I love the saddle pads so fingers crossed...
Laughing that vfx111 and I were posting pretty much the same thing at the same time. We both follow these shopping deal threads!
I really like Horze too. I am glad these folks are doing well. Been seeing them at trade shows for several years and they clearly have a different... sensibility... being from another country. But nice people and clearly wanted to get a toehold in the American market... and I think they figured out how.