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Rundle Mall braces for biggest ever Black Friday with borders open

Rundle Mall’s longest trading day of the year, Black Friday, is set to be bigger than ever with the state’s borders now open.

Shoppers – get ready for some of the best shopping deals this year with Black Friday sales taking hold in the city today and all through the weekend.

Rundle Mall’s longest trading day of the year, Black Friday, is set to be bigger than ever with the state’s borders now open.

Rundle Mall retailers are prepared for a bumper day and weekend of sales, headlined by 16 hours of continuous trading from 8am to midnight on Black Friday (Friday 26 November).

There are massive sales on offer throughout the Mall such as 20% off storewide at Seed Heritage, Country Road, H&M, and Industrie, and up to 50% off a great range of fashion, shoes, accessories, homewares and technology at David Jones and Myer.

​There’s 20% off at Sephora when you spend over $100, 25% off at Nike, 30% off storewide at General Pants and Cotton On – and so much more!

Along with the amazing sales, there will be lots on in the Mall to celebrate.

Shibui Dessert Bar pop up is back in Gawler Place and will stay until December 5. Deja Brew Specialty Coffee will be providing that essential caffeine hit as you shop.  There will be live DJs soundtracking the sales and fresh pizza from mobile pizza truck Cucina Cufone to fuel you throughout the day.

Adelaide Economic Development Agency executive manager of marketing Michael Rossi said the return of interstate travellers would give Rundle Mall retailers a much-needed boost and help make Black Friday the busiest day this year.

“With huge discounts of up to 50 percent off, and 16 hours of continuous trading, Black Friday has become the must-do event for keen South Australian shoppers,” Mr Rossi said.

“We’re expecting tens of thousands of shoppers to visit Rundle Mall, Australia’s Retail Precinct of the Year, to shop the Black Friday bargains.

“There are sales across all categories, making it the ideal opportunity to kickstart your Christmas shopping, treat yourself, or refresh your wardrobe for summer.

 “With interstate borders open, we’re also looking forward to welcoming travellers into Rundle Mall and the city to enjoy everything there is to shop, see, eat and do.

Mr Rossi said by shopping instore this Black Friday, people can browse and try things on, before taking their purchases home without worrying about shipping delays.

“With all the Mall’s Christmas decorations and window displays now installed, shopping in the city this year will be a joy-filled experience, not just an online transaction.”

It is estimated that last year, Australians spent $375 per person shopping Black Friday sales.

The most popular items purchased on Black Friday include clothing and accessories, footwear, homewares, beauty products, technology (phones, TVs, gaming etc), books, toys, and games.

Rundle Mall will also trade from 9am, instead of 11am, on Sunday 28 November – the first additional weekend trading hours granted for the Christmas shopping period.

Browse all the Black Friday offers on the Rundle Mall website and stay up to date with what’s happening in the Mall by following them on Facebook and Instagram.

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