Amazon’s Home of Black Friday pop up store offers £70 off OnePLUS 6

By Chris Dawson November 22, 2018 - 10:00 am

Amazon’s Home of Black Friday pop up store opens at 12.30 today, Thursday the 23rd of Novemeber. It will be open for a full 24 hours on Black Friday and then opens for both Saturday and Sunday afternoons.

Promising that the Home of Black Friday pop up store will be jam packed with even entertainment, the store is set to showcase the very best of Black Friday at Amazon, from great deals on must have products to fast delivery and fun, innovative shopping experiences.

This year there will be even more prize giveaways in Spin to Win and Amazon Lockers competitions, workshops, VIP experiences and product sampling, offering something for all the family.

Home of Black Friday pop up store OnePlus_6_Red (003)One of the top prizes which two lucky visitors will take away is the OnePlus 6T will also be demoed in the home of Black Friday. For those that don’t win the OnePlus smartphone, it will be available to purchase via the Amazon app for a Black Friday bargain with £70 off.

There will be a ton of activities going on, including Workshops range from cocktail masterclasses hosted at the Amazon Beer, Wine and Spirits pop up bar, jewellery and candle making sessions from Amazon Handmade Artisans, beauty treatments from Foreo, hair styling from Nicky Clarke, cooking demonstrations, Prime Video screenings and more.

Brands showcasing deals, experiences or offering prize giveaways at the pop up experience include Whole Foods Market, HP, Samsung, LEGO, Xbox, Le Creuset, Yankee Candle, Sennheiser, Philips Hue, Hotel Chocolate, Logitech, T2, Nicky Clarke, Osram, OnePlus, Microsoft, PlayStation, Canon, Foreo, Puressentiel, Nescafe Dolce Gusto, SA Designer and many more. All deals on display will be shoppable through the Amazon app using bespoke Smile Codes. There will also be a Prime Now collection desk on site so customers can order products for ultra-fast delivery.

If you’d like to visit, there’s a full schedule of event timings on Amazon’s site and, although entrance and all activities are free, activities are on a first come first served basis.

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