Base Exchange publishes Black Friday, associated savings opportunities

Contest could entice buyer with $ 1,000 gift card

TRAVIS AERIAL BASE – Military shoppers can start shopping online with a savings buffet on Thanksgiving Day, then feast on Black Friday deals in early November 26 with online bargains starting at midnight and on. Travis Exchange opens at 8 a.m.

“The savings, offers and freebies will be rolled out online starting on Thanksgiving Day,” said Phonda Bishop, managing director of Travis Exchange, in a press release. “We are thrilled to rekindle the excitement of holiday shopping. “

Black Friday deals at Army and Air Force exchange service outlets include up to $ 800 in savings on select devices; 20% discount on a selection of furniture; 20% off quality jewelry and watches and up to $ 200 in savings on select laptops and monitors. Additionally, participating Exchange restaurants will offer 15% off with a Military Star Card. Free brewed or drip coffee at participating expresses and restaurants will also help boost shoppers’ morale.

However, the deals don’t stop with Black Friday, as Saturday and Cyber ​​Week offer a wide range of savings.

November 27 offers include 20% off select furniture, 50% off select headphones, season’s lowest prices on jeans, 30% off select watch styles as well as a selection of board games for as little as $ 10.

Cyber ​​Week, November 29 to December 2, will offer military buyers $ 900 off select 85-inch 4K TVs, $ 60 off select cookware sets, select handbags at 50% off Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price and 30% off select vacuums.

The Travis Exchange will be handing out scratch cards to arriving customers each morning from November 26-28. Buyers can scratch cards to reveal special offers including $ 100, $ 50 and $ 25 gift cards, $ 10 off any purchase of $ 100 or more, $ 20 off any purchase of $ 200 or more, free food and more. Winners can redeem their offers in-store from November 29 through December 12.

Buyers can view digital sales ads on navigating to “Weekly announcement” under “Savings” at the bottom of the web page.

The Exchange also offers contactless shopping options like online in-store shopping and curbside pickup to make shopping easier for Airmen and others with in-store purchasing privileges.

Honorable Released Veterans can shop online at Service-related disabled veterans can shop in person. Veterans can visit to learn more.

Basic shoppers can also walk away with a share of $ 500,000 in gift cards when they visit the Travis Exchange on Black Friday.

Authorized Travis buyers can complete an Exchange registration form on November 26 to win a $ 1,000 Exchange gift card, courtesy of Subway. Around the world, 500 shoppers – at least one from each major store – will win.

“The Exchange is delighted to make the holiday season even more joyous by donating $ 500,000,” Bishop said in a separate press release. “It is an honor to make this special time of the year even more meaningful to the Travis community.”

Travis Exchange’s last authorized in-store shoppers – service-related disabled veterans as well as Department of Defense and Coast Guard civilians – may also enter.

The draw for the winners will take place by the end of the day on November 26 at the Bourse. No purchase is necessary to enter or win, and buyers do not need to be present for the draw to be a winner.

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