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Amazon Home of Black Friday schedule – Sunday 1st December

By Chris Dawson November 29, 2019 - 11:08 am

Sunday is the last chance for you to visit the Amazon Home of Black Friday this year – You’ll find it at 7 Addington Street near Waterloo Station in London and as it’s a Sunday opening hours are reduced, opening at 10.00am and closing for the final time at 5.00pm. Here’s the Amazon Home of Black Friday schedule for Sunday:

Amazon Home of Black Friday schedule – Sunday 1st December 2019

All Day Complimentary tasty treats and drinks from AmazonFresh, Lavazza, Coca-Cola, and more
Hair, grooming and beauty experiences from L’Oréal Paris, Maybelline, Amazon Launchpad seller Gnarly Joe and Amazon brands Belei and find.
Demonstrations on the latest gaming and tech, including all-new Amazon Devices, Logitech, Xbox, Microsoft Surface and Hewlett Packard. Plus, a hidden bookshelf leading to an Alexa-powered room full of festive surprises
Demonstrations on the latest cleaning innovations from Bissell and Botanical Origin
The latest from Amazon Fashion – A digital catwalk that brings fashion to life with an ongoing display of 3D views of garments and a voice assistant-enabled styling experience powered by Amazon Alexa
Hundreds of prizes to be given away at the Treasure Truck and Amazon Lockers competitions, as well as at the Yankee Candle ‘Guess the Scent’ game
Prime Video screenings including Back of the Net, ahead of Prime Video’s first Premier League fixtures in December, Amazon Original TV series and more
10:00am – 2:00pm Custom illustrations with Amazon Launchpad seller Mrs Wordsmith
10:00am – 5:00pm Make your own gin workshop with Amazon Launchpad seller Sandy Leaf Farm
12:00pm – 5:00pm Complimentary serves and masterclasses from Amazon Beer, Wine & Spirits sellers
3:00pm – 5:00pm Fashion customisation workshops with Hand and Lock

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