Build-A-Bear is Offering Two Major Black Friday Deals This Season
The “Big Furry Deals” are here to kick off the holiday fun, so don’t miss out on the festivities or the savings.
November 23, 2018
Parents, make sure to allow enough time this Black Friday to stop by your local Build-A-Bear Workshop during your mall dash. The DIY stuffed animal retailer is offering what they are calling, “Big Furry Deals” come November 23rd and you’re not going to want to miss out.
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If you wish to take advantage of not one—but two—Build-A-Bear Workshop Black Friday deals, you can do so both in-person and online. There first opportunity to save is thanks to their doorbuster deal. You can pick up a 12-inch pink or black Snow Hugs penguin plush for just $6 each. It’s important to note that this offer is limited to two per person.
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You can also thrive this Black Friday thanks to Build-A-Bear’s BOGO $6 deal. If you purchase one stuffed animal friend, you can leave with a second for just $6 as long as it’s of equal or lesser value. Both money-saving opportunities only apply until supplies last so make sure to set plenty of wake-up alarms.
In addition to those amazing deals, you can get free SmartPost U.S. shipping of $45 or more and up to 30% off Pokémon bundles when you order online.
We suggest you sign up to be a Build-A-Bear Bonus Club member while you’re there so you can be the first to know about future holiday offers and incentives. If your food coma is too strong to make the big Black Friday sales, remember Build-A-Bear is the place to be all holiday season. Families can visit the festive workshop to make wishes, sign the “Nice List,” participate in a Wishes Scavenger Hunt, take shareable photos with Build-A-Bear’s beloved mascot, Bearemy, and enter to win their Build-A-Bear Wish List at participating locations. The holidays are finally here and if we can’t celebrate in Santa’s Workshop, we can at least stop by a Build-A-Bear Workshop, right?