Once the tryptophan coma’s worn off and family has headed out of town, it’s become an American tradition to start picking out the perfect presents on Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
Whether you’re an extreme bargain shopper or a casual deal browser, we’ve picked six of Colorado tech’s best Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals to kick off your holiday shopping.
Greenwood Village-based eBags is hosting deals for Black Friday and all weekend leading up to Cyber Monday. The travel goods and accessory company’s “Holiday Extreme Deals” promotion will have discounts of up to 85 percent on top travel brands. They’ll also have special offers like free extended returns, five percent rewards on extra rewards days, two day shipping for top-selling items and exclusive perks for buying eBags branded products, including a free eBags Connected Tag.
Rebate app Ibotta will have exclusive cash-back offers with retail partners on Black Friday and during “Cyber Week.” On Black Friday, shoppers can get $5 or more in cash back by shopping at stores like Best Buy, H&M, Old Navy and GameStop after spending $25-$50 in store. During Cyber Week, the company will offer deals through its app-to-app purchasing, where customers can save up to 90 percent by purchasing items using partner apps like Groupon, Jet and Drizly.
Denver’s Artifact Uprising’s sale will make it easier to buy gifts for the sentimental people in your life — and will probably leave you wanting to snag something for yourself, too. The company, which sells custom photo products printed on media like photo books, postcards and large-format prints, will host their “Very Merry Sale” from Nov. 25-28. Customers will get discounts depending on how much they spend: those who spend more than $10 will get 10 percent off, while customers spending more than $200 will receive a 20 percent discount.
If you’re looking to get serious about 3D printing, now’s the time to dive into the craft. Makers of the popular LulzBot 3D printer, Loveland’s Aleph Objects, will host deals from Nov. 25-29. Customers can save between five and 20 percent on their printers, and up to 75 percent on filaments.
If you’re shopping for an art lover or home decorating fiend, look no further than Denver’s DENY Designs. The e-commerce company works with artists to create everything from meditation pillows to shower curtains and credenzas, and you can choose from thousands of designs on their site. They’ll have 40 percent off the entire day on Cyber Monday.
Bold Betties makes outdoor gear and adventure-focused accessories for women. From Nov. 25-29, the Denver-based e-commerce startup is offering 20 percent off their holiday collection featuring a water bottle, t-shirts and a limited edition wall calendar. Use the discount code BoldMonday2016 to claim your 20 percent off.
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