Our Black Friday sale is back, and this one is our biggest yet, with discounts on over a thousand of our most popular products. Below you will find details and coupon codes for everything included in the sale. The sale coupons and price changes are active now, and the sale runs through Cyber Monday (December 2), ending at 11:59 PM PST. We hope these deals give all you robotics and electronics enthusiasts out there a happy start to the holiday season!
To take advantage of the sale, you must make your purchases directly from this web site during the sale period. Most sale items are limited-quantity discounts obtained through coupon codes; a few just have discounted prices for the duration of the sale (with no quantity restrictions). To access the discounts, just add the coupons to your cart along with the items you want to purchase. You can click the individual coupon links in the sale item list below to add the specific coupons you want to use, or you can type them into the bottom of the shopping cart page. Alternatively, you can add all of the sale coupons to your cart automatically with the following link (unused coupons will be ignored at checkout).
Last week we emailed some companies in the maker world to see what sales they were going to have for Black Friday / Cyber Monday, etc, most of them got back to us, others did not, but we’ll cover them any way if they have sales that we can find.
We’re calling this #ADADEALS – they are sales and deals that are not from Adafruit and happen to be in the maker / electronics / engineering community in some way (we’ve done this before).
Some could say we’re linking to and promoting “competitors” but we do not see it that way…all companies in this space are working together (or could!) to make great hardware for the Maker community and we are inspired by them!
Follow #ADADEALS on the blog and on Twitter. And post your own, use the tag #ADADEALS and we’ll Re-Tweet it and all that.
We’ll be posting, tweeting, and more, all day, weekend, through Monday!
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