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Does anyone know if Spanx usually does anything for BF or Cyber Monday?

 

Doing a quick search I found that they did 25% off on sale items on Cyber Monday last year.

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Doing a quick search I found that they did 25% off on sale items on Cyber Monday last year.

Thanks. There's a 20% code now + free shipping so I'm debating whether or not I should wait.

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Ugh the 2/22 candle deal is ovet at BaBW. I had to wait untl Payday!!

They'll have the same deal again soon.  It seems like those candles are on sale every couple of weeks.  I've never paid full price for one before.

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They'll have the same deal again soon.  It seems like those candles are on sale every couple of weeks.  I've never paid full price for one before.

 

Yeah, they have them on sale every other week or every two weeks around the holidays. They'll also have buy 3, get 3 free on Black Friday (online and in stores).

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Yay $8 day!! I hit it up last year with a $10 off coupon and picked up candles for $5.50, I may of also went to 3 different bnb's to get more then I needed :blush:

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Crossing my fingers for an early leak of Sephora BF deals. I'll be going out of the country before then and need to make a list for my lovely backup shopper.

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Bf Sephora spoilers Nov 23 snapchat and 26th on Instagram

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Apologies if this has been covered, but

 

did TheBalm do a Black Friday sale last year?  I want one of their palettes and missed them on Hautelook.

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@@liilak last year I remember thebalm was coming off hautelook as cyber Monday deals started and i think the had free shipping. Since they didn't get thebalm taken down in time and they overlapped a few min, some mut members got free shipping on it too. That didn't exactly answer your question but wanted to mention that possibility.

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Thanks, that helps a lot!

 

Okay, this is weird but I googled the company theBalm out of curiosity and I saw on Glassdoor that the CEO is apparently an abusive boss and pretty much everyone there say that it's a toxic place to work at.  

 

Now I'm having second thoughts about paying for their products as I've had abusive bosses in the past and I'd hate to think I'm giving money to someone like that.  

 

Again this is all just internet allegations I guess.

@@liilak last year I remember thebalm was coming off hautelook as cyber Monday deals started and i think the had free shipping. Since they didn't get thebalm taken down in time and they overlapped a few min, some mut members got free shipping on it too. That didn't exactly answer your question but wanted to mention that possibility.

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Thanks, that helps a lot!

 

Okay, this is weird but I googled the company theBalm out of curiosity and I saw on Glassdoor that the CEO is apparently an abusive boss and pretty much everyone there say that it's a toxic place to work at.  

 

Now I'm having second thoughts about paying for their products as I've had abusive bosses in the past and I'd hate to think I'm giving money to someone like that.  

 

Again this is all just internet allegations I guess.

 

Oh wow! I checked out those GlassDoor reviews and it's kind of mindblowing. I try to take GlassDoor reviews with the same grain of salt that I take with other reviews. There are great managers and bad managers. Employees that have a positive outlook and those that find fault in everything or have unrealistic expectations. However, those theBalm reviews all seem to agree on the toxicity of the CEO, which would obviously make for a pretty terrible work environment. Of course, it's hard for us to really gauge, especially with the low number of reviews. It is making me second guess some things I wanted, as well. 

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Bf Sephora spoilers Nov 23 snapchat and 26th on Instagram

I apologize if this is dumb but I've never used SnapChat. How do you friend them or...whatever

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I don't use it or plan to, but I figured someone here will and will post.

 

*That or i'll have to wait for instagram... :scared:

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Everyone here is so awesome about sharing info I'm sure we won't have to wait!

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Heads up for anyone in nyc :) Birchbox Soho's Black Friday deal is going to be 25% off any purchase that's $35+(Excludes byob & services) plus a free service voucher with any purchase that is $50+. I'm not sure if we'll have enough gwps by then but if we do I'm 80% sure that all three offers will be stackable but don't hold me to that I'm not sure lol

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@@ohsailor too funny! Whenever I find a deal I'll rush over to post :drive: , almost always someone has already posted. We have some deal/info wizards here  :wizard:

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For the Bath & Body Works Black Friday bag, does anyone know if there will be a minimum purchase amount that you need to spend to be able to get the bag, and then will the bag also cost some amount? I did this a few years ago (like... four? three? I forgot already!) and I remember having to spend a certain amount and then the bag was $20 or so.

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For the Bath & Body Works Black Friday bag, does anyone know if there will be a minimum purchase amount that you need to spend to be able to get the bag, and then will the bag also cost some amount? I did this a few years ago (like... four? three? I forgot already!) and I remember having to spend a certain amount and then the bag was $20 or so.

 

I believe it's $20 with a $40 minimum purchase.

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