Should you be looking out for a Black Friday sale from Oasis this year? The short answer is yes.
The affordable high-street brand constantly holds sales, so you’re never shy of finding a great deal when you’re shopping from them – but Black Friday is something else.
You can bet they’ll be slashing their prices this month, so if you’re looking to buy your loved ones Christmas gifts or perhaps a treat for yourself from Oasis, you should wait until the last Friday of November to do so.
So what can you expect and when does the sale start?
Here’s everything we know so far about the brand’s shopping event.
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Does Oasis take part in Black Friday?
Like other high street brands, Oasis always takes part in the annual sale event.
The brand often holds sales, but these get particularly generous during Black Friday.
When does the Oasis Black Friday sale start?
Black Friday is held every last Friday of November, which falls on 26 November this year.
Oasis started its Black Friday sale early, offering up to 50% off its ‘Winter Wonders’ right now. You can use the code EXTRA for an extra 10% off – meaning you’re getting discounts of 60% altogether.
You can shop these on Oasisfashion.com.
How big are the deals at the Oasis Black Friday sale?
In the past couple of years, Oasis slashed 30% off its dresses, coats, footwear, home accessories, and party wear – but as mentioned, this year it’s doubled to 60% off.
After the brand went into administration during the pandemic, it was taken over by the Boohoo group and now the deals are much bigger.
Top tips for shopping the Oasis Black Friday sale
Make sure you use the code EXTRA to get even bigger discounts today.
We also recommend setting a spend limit on Black Friday to avoid overspending.
Shop the Oasis Black Friday sale
Here are our top picks from Oasis’ sale selection, including outerwear, dresses, shoes and more.
Teddy Padded Collar Detail Coat, now £64.50 – buy now
Collared Button Jumper, now £24.50 – buy now
Gingham Textured V Neck Button Midi Dress, now £41 – buy now
Deep Turn Up Hem Jean, now £14 – buy now
Stripe Soft Nylon Trainer, now £25 – buy now
Stripe Pointelle Vest, now £13 – buy now
Wear Next opinion
As consumers are becoming savvier to the impact of overconsumption on our environment and the individuals working to produce garments, many brands have decided to boycott Black Friday this year.
While we don’t condone overspending, we do want fashion to be accessible to those on a low budget, as well as those who struggle to shop sustainably due to size constraints.
We love fashion and the freedom of self-expression it brings and understand you’re going to want to shop the sales. We encourage you to be mindful of your spending and avoid buying items you’re probably going to discard of in a year’s time.
Shop smarter, not harder this Black Friday. Ensure you’re not overspending by setting yourself a budget beforehand and creating a wish list of items you actually need rather than want – including Christmas gifts for others – if you are going to spend.