Amazon’s Home of Black Friday customer experience in London

By Chris Dawson November 5, 2019 - 10:23 am

Amazon’s Home of Black Friday customer experience is returning for the third year running, to celebrate the UK’s biggest annual deals event and the start of the Christmas shopping season. Home to hundreds of great deals, the London destination will deliver guests the best entertainment, innovation and prize giveaways across four days from the 28th of November through to the 1st of December.

As well as checking out the huge range of epic deals on offer throughout Black Friday and Cyber Monday, visitors to the Home of Black Friday will have the chance to try out the latest must-have products from beauty to tech and preview the latest screenings from Prime Video.

Complimentary workshops and experiences will range from cocktail masterclasses at the Amazon Bar, beauty makeovers from L’Oréal Paris and Christmas workshops with Amazon Handmade Artisans. There will be more experiences announced in the run up to the Home of Black Friday launch and a full schedule of experiences and workshops available before the doors open. More details at as they become available.

You’ll be able to visit Amazon’s Home of Black Friday at The Arches, 26 Leake Street, Waterloo, from Thursday 28th November to Sunday 1st December, and entry is free of charge.

If you want a sneak peak of what products might be on a cracking deal, running experiences, or offering prize giveaways at the pop-up, brands involved include: L’Oréal Paris, Maybelline, Hewlett Packard, Microsoft Surface, Shark Ninja, Lavazza, Microsoft Xbox, SA Designer Parfums, Bissell, Yankee Candle, Logitech, Proctor & Gamble, Philips CE and Philips Hue, Botanical Origin, Signify, Jabra, Mattel, Bacardi Brown Foreman, Edrington Beam Suntory, Pernod Ricard, Halewood and Remy Cointreau.

All deals and products on display will be available to shop online through the Amazon app using Smile Codes on display.

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