Thursday, 18 November 2021 13:31

Saratoga Springs Business Merchants Invite Shoppers Downtown for Holiday Deals Beginning Black Friday!

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Across the country, consumers are being encouraged to shop local this holiday season. On Black Friday, Nov. 26, a select group of stores in downtown Saratoga Springs will be offering a variety of discounts on Friday and Small Business Saturday, with many stores extending their sales throughout the holidays. Most deals are spread out all day long to encourage a safe, pleasant shopping experience.

“Black Friday Participant” window signs will differentiate the storefronts of participating Black Friday Saratoga businesses. Participants include Caroline & Main, Celtic Treasures, Crafters Gallery, The Dark Horse Mercantile, Death Wish Coffee Company, Impressions of Saratoga, iRun LOCAL, Lifestyles of Saratoga, Mountainman Outdoor Supply Company, Network Wedding Guide, The Pink Paddock, Saratoga Botanicals Organic Spa & Store, Saratoga Olive Oil Company, Spoken Boutique, Tailgate and Party Shop, Union Hall Supply Company, and Yellow Boutique. Sponsors include Stewart’s Shops and the Adirondack Trust Company. Media sponsors include Saratoga’s Star Radio and Saratoga’s Best Magazine.

Retailers participating in the Black Friday Saratoga Group Sale this year are each offering their own custom deals and opening at a variety of different hours, with some opening as early as 6 a.m., and others opening later in the morning. Businesses will be putting out their best incentives to come and shop their stores all weekend long and throughout the holiday season. If you’d like more information about the Black Friday Saratoga shopping event, go to www.facebook.com/blackfridaysaratoga. A complete list of the businesses and their discount offerings will be listed on blackfridaysaratoga.com the week of Thanksgiving. Businesses who have chosen to continue their sales after the Thanksgiving weekend will also have their sales listed.

Black Friday Saratoga is organized by Network Saratoga LLC. For more information visit www.networksaratoga.com

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