Cyber Monday isn’t over yet! These stores still have incredible deals going on – but not for long.
Cyber Monday, the biggest shopping day of the year, is coming up Nov. 30, and this year’s online event is going to be unlike any that’s come before it because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, which poses risks for in-person shopping.
If you’re looking to find great deals and give back to the community, shopping locally online is easier than ever.
Here are East Tennessee businesses with Cyber Monday discounts on gifts for everyone’s wish list.
For those who need some R&R
2020 has been a hard year, so why not gift some self-care goodies to those who need rest and relaxation to make it to 2021?
Wildly Lavish Soap Studio
Wildly Lavish Soap Studio sells premium plant-based body-care products. Every item is sulfate, phthalate, paraben and cruelty-free.
Soaps will be on sale for Cyber Monday. Customers can get three bars for $20 at wildlylavishsoapstudio.bigcartel.com.
Harper’s Naturals for men (Photo: Tanika Harper)
Tanika Harper created Harper’s Naturals after being diagnosed with Sjogrens, a painful autoimmune condition. Her skincare line is made for people who want handcrafted chemical-free alternatives to what you can find in the drugstore aisles.
Harper is offering customers 20% off an order of $50 or more at harpersnaturals.com. Use code “CYBER20” to take advantage of the deal.
Eddie’s Health Shoppe
Knoxville’s popular health store is known for its supplements and food, but it also carries essential oils and CBD products.
Stack Cyber Monday discounts at eddieshealthshoppe.com. The entire site is already marked down 25-30%, but online shoppers can take an additional 10% off with code “CYBER10”.. Shipping is free for orders over $50.
For those ending the year in style
Show up in style this season with items from these local businesses.
Hunter Society & Co
New Knoxvillian Bailey Rose started Hunter Society & Co, a hand-picked, thrifted collection of styles for every woman, in February 2020. Find something that speaks to you on Instagram and Facebook at @huntersocietyco.
Pieces will be posted on the company’s feed and in stories on Cyber Monday. All items are 30% off.
Nothing Too Fancy looks pretty fancy during the 2018 downtown holidays. (Photo: COURTESY VISIT KNOXVILLE)
Nothing Too Fancy
A T-shirt from Knoxville’s neighborhood clothing company is the perfect holiday gift to remind recipients of home. Stickers, magnets, socks and more make great stocking stuffers, too.
Nothing Too Fancy is offering 15% off all online purchases with code “HOLIDAY” Thanksgiving through Cyber Monday. Customers can use code “SHIPFREE” for free shipping on orders.
Some exclusions apply. Only one code per purchase. Curbside pick up is available.
Honeymouth boutique features handcrafted leather goods by designer Georgia Vogel
Knoxville News Sentinel
Georgia Vogel’s Old City shop carries her handmade leather goods including bags, jewelry, housewares and more. Each piece is thoughtfully designed for the buyer and meaningfully made to give back to good causes. Vogel donates 10% of every purchase to organizations that support women and the world.
You can get 20% off everything during Honeymouth’s Cyber Monday sale. Shop at shophoneymouth.com.
Cold Gold will be back selling her leather accessories at the May sale. (Photo: Submitted)
Cold Gold owner Alaina Smith has built a brand specializing in colorful leather goods and geometric jewelry. Her earrings, belt bags and keychains are on sale for the holidays.
From Wednesday, Nov. 25, to Tuesday, Dec. 1, everything is 25% off and ships domestically for free at shopcoldgold.com. Cold Gold will also be featured in The Maker City’s Monday Maker Marketplace. Viewers can bid for the items on The Maker City’s Instagram account at @themakercity from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Bliss’s downtown boutique has something for everyone on your list. The store’s Cyber Monday sale is sure to be appreciated during the cold months ahead, too.
On Monday, all sweaters will be 20% off at shopinbliss.com. Customers can purchase online and choose to pick up their order curbside or have it shipped to their home.
Show off your hometown pride, or gift some Knoxville apparel and housewares to convince your out-of-town friends and family to visit. Visit Knoxville has every Scruffy City-inspired thing you can think of.
Enjoy savings up to 60% off at the Visit Knoxville online store. The sale starts Nov. 27 and goes through Dec. 31 at visitknoxville.com/shop.
For those decking the halls
Since everyone has been staying safe at home for the majority of the year, help them spruce things up by adding the perfect piece from a Knoxville-based artist.
Allie Biddle’s minimal, colorful paintings and art prints are great gifts to redecorate a room, office and anything else you want to brighten up. Stock up on her greeting cards to send a little piece of Knoxville to friends and family everywhere.
Biddle is giving customers 20% off from Wednesday, Nov. 25, to Monday, Nov. 30, at alliebiddle.com. Orders over $25 can be shipped domestically for free using code “YAYSHIP”.
A large map from Native Maps provided a backdrop for photos during the Knoxville Maker City Summit Monday, Sept. 19, 2016, at the Mill and Mine, 227 W. Depot Avenue. Participants were encouraged to snap a selfie, as well as tweet, Snapchat, post on Instagram and Facebook or spread the word through any form of social media using the tag #Knoxmakersummit. (Photo: (ALI JAMES/SPECIAL TO THE NEWS SENTINEL))
Thanksgiving weekend deals have arrived early at nativemaps.us. Founder David Harman makes maps of cities across the country in Knoxville. Each piece is handprinted and pays homage to the places that mean the most to customers.
From now through Cyber Monday, all maps are 25% off. Two to four day shipping is free on orders over $85. Returns are free.
Jacks of all trades in Knoxville show off and sell their work at Jacks Avenue. This Cyber Monday, shop for locally made art and stationery to fill your home.
Jacks is offering 20% off everything online, and customers get a free store sticker with every online order. Curbside pick up is available.
For those who want to get out of the house
Need a change of scenery this season? Try out these East Tennessee attractions and activities for a discounted price on Cyber Monday.
Parks and Recreation Department
Knoxville’s Parks and Recreation Department is hosting its 3rd Annual Cyber Sale this year. The department is offering discounts on classes, memberships and holiday activities from Friday, Nov. 27, through Monday, Nov. 30.
Attend an arts and crafts workshop for 20% off or play pickleball for 30% off. For the first time, the department is offering a $5 discount on ice rink season passes, which will be held at the Coliseum this year instead of Market Square.
These deals and more are available at knoxvilletn.gov/cybersale.
Opening of Dollywood’s Smoky Mountain Christmas and Glacier Ridge on Nov. 9, 2020. (Photo: Curtis Hilbun / Dollywood)
Special offers are available this Cyber Monday at Dollywood, Dollywood’s DreamMore Resort and Spa and Dollywood’s Smoky Mountain Cabins.
A park refill mug, which includes $.99 refills on fountain drinks all season, comes with 2021 season pass purchases. Or buy a two-park Super Pass on Nov. 30 and receive an upgraded refill mug, good for free refills through the end of the 2021 season. The offer is available only for new online pass purchases made Monday, Nov. 30. Season passes purchased through either offer may be used immediately for this season’s Smoky Mountain Christmas festival.
Dollywood’s DreamMore Resort and Spa is offering rates as low as $109 per night for those booking between Nov. 27 and Nov. 30 at 11:59 p.m. ET. Most stays Dec. 1 to March 11, 2021, are eligible for special rates (blackout dates apply).
Guests who reserve their stay at Dollywood’s Smoky Mountain Cabins between Nov. 27 and Nov. 30 at 11:59 p.m. ET can book five nights for the price of a four-night stay. This offer is good for visits from Jan. 3 to March 11, 2021 (blackout dates apply).
Rocking chairs surround a fire pit with views of the Smoky Mountains at the new Black Bear Village expansion now open at Anakeesta in Gatlinburg on Thursday, October 8, 2020. (Photo: Brianna Paciorka/News Sentinel )
For a limited time, buy two annual passes to Gatlinburg’s mountaintop outdoor theme park and receive a $25 gift card or buy four annual passes to Anakeesta and receive a $50 gift card.
Annual passes are valid for one year from the date of issue and include one free buddy pass, 20% off retail food, beverages (excluding alcohol), zipline tours, mountain coaster rides and gem mining. Plus, annual pass holders can ride in the Express Lane, the fastest way to the top.
Escape Game Knoxville
Escape Game Knoxville (EGK) is a great gift for those who prefer enjoying experiences. Each game is an immersive challenge for family, friends and coworkers to work together and escape a themed room.
EGK is offering a buy one get one half off ticket discount for Cyber Monday. Purchase tickets online at escapegameknoxville.net.
For those who want to give back
Local vendors need your help more than ever, but if you can’t find what you’re looking for and decide to order from a major retailer like Amazon, there’s still a way for you to give back.
You can support Knoxville nonprofits using AmazonSmile, a giving program that donated 0.5% of eligible Amazon purchases to the charitable organization of your choosing. It’s easy to enroll and can be used at no cost to you.
AmazonSmile is available at smile.amazon.com and can be activated in the Amazon Shopping app for iOS and Android phones.
AmazonSmile partners include United Way of Knoxville, Keep Knoxville Beautiful and hundreds more.
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