Buy Local For Black Friday in Nova Scotia

We’ve rounded up a list of sales from locally owned Nova Scotia businesses who are holding a Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, or Cyber Monday sale.

We’ll keep adding to this as we discover things. Have something to add? Let me know in the comments!

Looking for more great local gift ideas? Don’t miss our 6th Annual Local Wishlist, with more than 400 gift ideas made or sold by local small businesses in Nova Scotia.

Made in the Maritimes:
Locations in The Hydrostone and at Sunnyside Mall
Made In the Maritimes have three different opportunities to save this weekend. Their Black Friday Weekend Online will get you free shipping on your entire order over $100 in Canada, plus you can save 25% on Missing the Maritimes Gift Boxes online. Offer expires Friday 24th Nov. Use code BLACKFRIDAY.

In-Store Only, save 25% off all Jewellery and the Missing the Maritimes gift boxes.  You can also buy 4 Christmas ornaments to get the 5th Free.

On Saturday, both locations will be Tax Free.

Sunnyside Mall is open from 9:30am-9pm
Hydrostone open from 10am-6pm
It will be busy!

Both locations will also be Tax Free on Saturday 2nd December.

Sunnyside Mall is open from 9:30am-9pm
Hydrostone open from 10am-6pm
It will be busy!

Nurtured:
2543 Agricola Street in Halifax
Nurtured Products for Parenting have a special Black Friday sale on their 2017 Clek car seat (Nov 24 – 27) and/or accessories. They will also have 15% off Maxi Cosi car seats and accessories (now – Nov. 28). Available at nurtured.ca or in-store.

Nurtured also has a ton of great specials on this Friday, like savings on the adorable “name train”. See a full list here.

 

 

Hello, Handmade
183A Commercial Street, Berwick NS
Berwick is having a huge Black Friday weekend! At Hello Handmade they are having a TAX FREE storewide sale along with having toasty warm samples of their custom tea blend and cozy hot chocolate!

World Tea House:
1592 Argyle Street, Halifax, NS
According to their twitter account, @WorldTeaHouse will have 25% off select black teas for their black tea Friday sale on Nov 24th (in-store only).

Angel Flanagan:
WildWaterBath.etsy.com

10% off when you spend $75 or more in Angel Flanagan’s Etsy shop, and free shipping on all orders over $100. Ends December 1, 2017.

Pure Infused Maple Syrup:
https://www.pureinfusedmaple.ca
This Annapolis Valley business started their Black Friday sales early. Visit them online and save 50% on your next order of 2 or more between November 20-27 using code PURENOV at checkout.

girliture
girliture.ca
girliture is having a Black Friday sale on selected pillows and home decor items.

Fiore Botanica:
https://www.fiorebotanica.com
According to their website, Fiore Botanica (based in Lunenburg, NS) has 25% off online orders until Monday.

Beck and Boosh:
43 Forrester Street, Truro, NS
On Black Friday at Beck and Boosh, all jewelry, scarves, toques and gloves are 25% off in store. On Cyber Monday, save 30% off site wide 50% off all sale items at www.beckandboosh.com.

 

Teebags:
www.etsy.com/shop/teebags2010
Save 25% on your Etsy purchase from Teebags from Nov. 24, 2017 to Nov. 27, 2017 using coupon code BLACKFRIDAY2017. Made in Halifax!

 

Shelagh Duffett:
Halifax folk artist Shelagh Duffett (Alice in Paris) has a great deal in her Etsy shop: buy a minimum of 3 items and get 50% off! The sale runs through Thursday, November 30th, and includes items on the Local Wishlist.

 

Tidal Salt:
Use the code “novemberisforseasalt” for 15% off at tidalsalt.ca.

 

 

Looking for more great local gift ideas? Be sure to check out our 6th Annual Local Wishlist, with more than 400 gift ideas made or sold by local small businesses in Nova Scotia.

 

The Local Wishlist is made possible by our Presenting Partner:

 

Select Nova Scotia

And a fantastic group of local partners:

Made in the MaritimesTake it OutsideWhite PointNurturedBedazzledhfxCTCNS

And Our Friends of the Wishlist:

Halifax Farmer's MarketMaryann's Gifts

About the author

Gillian Wesley

Since getting together six years ago, we have given away our television, begun weekly DIY nights, experimented with urban homesteading, challenged ourselves to drive less (100 days car-free in 2013), and have learned more about food security. We have experimented with a range of budgeting strategies, all of which involve consuming less stuff. We buy food with reducing packaging in mind. We got a dog.

We have been doing these things for a variety of reasons: financial, social, environmental, to achieve a better work-life balance. It has resulted in us enjoying an increasingly simple and satisfying lifestyle.

We’ve been influenced by a lot of people we’ve encountered and things we’ve read about along the way, notably the Transition Movement, the Antigonish Movement, and, more recently, traditional Acadien living. And we’ve learned that we are by no means alone. There are many, many people who are taking steps to downshift their lives.

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