Black Friday Survival Guide


Black Friday is a stone's throw away and if your anything like me you'll be waiting up until midnight hits with a hot drink to hand (coffee best avoided).



Outfit Details.

Jeans: Liquor and Poker | Jumper: New Look | Shoes: Acne Studios | Lipstick:Huda Beauty in Medusa Coat: Debenhams | Hat: H&M | Gloves: Marks & Spencer.

Get Cash Back with Quidco and Credit Cards.

Quidco is the best site I've come across if you love your fashion and beauty and want to earn cashback from each purchase this Black Friday on top of the deals already placed. I use Quidco all the time as my favourite retailers are part of the scheme such as ASOS. It comes in even handier at the end of the year (Christmas season) when you have a large commission to transfer to your bank account to spend on Christmas Gifts or treat yourself with to something extra special. The same goes for credit cards, I'm always using my credit card as my bank (Nationwide) provide a cash back scheme just like Quidco but with less interest for everything I buy on my card. The interest might be less but it all adds up when it comes to December! I always get a huge payment in the month of December for using my credit card and use this towards getting myself something nice in the sales; please do keep in mind to use credit cards responsibly and keep up with monthly payments.

My Black Friday Survival Guide.

I've always been one for shopping online and as sad as it may seem to some but I've already started filling my wishlist and basket with my favourite picks - just hoping they go on sale this Friday. There's never a better time to get your online shopping skills into action this coming Friday and if you're as crazy as I'm for a good bargain then you need to start filling your basket like me and have everything organised for when the sales hit to get the things you want quick (before the website(s) start crashing with high demand).

Bookmarks are Your Best Friend.

Yes, the good old humble bookmark! This method works if the above method doesn't where I mention adding everything your after to your retailers wishlist/shopping basket. I always use bookmarks when I find something I love online and want to buy later (not going to lie I even have a tab labelled TO BUY, it's that serious). This method gives you the freedom to load a tonne of websites at once and get everything you need before the mad rush (you can then always go back and find other less needed items/bargains).


Do you have any Black Friday tips?


xo, Jenny



One response to “Black Friday Survival Guide”

  1. Quidco is such a good idea to use on black Friday! I always use TopCashBack which is the same kind of thing! I’m loving your jeans! x

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Scottish Fashion, Style and Luxury Beauty by Jenny

With a love for minimal, sustainable pieces. Finalist in the UK Blog Awards & Company Magazine Award.