AAFES dishing up deals from Thanksgiving through Cyber Week

AAFES dishing up deals from Thanksgiving through Cyber Week

by Vincent Lesesne
Army & Air Force Exchange Service Public Affairs

Yokota Air Base – Military shoppers can start their shopping online with a buffet of savings on Thanksgiving Day and then feast on Black Friday deals bright and early Nov. 26 with online bargains beginning at midnight and the Yokota Exchange opening at 8 a.m.  

“The savings, deals and giveaways will be rolling out starting online on Thanksgiving Day,” said Yokota Exchange General Manager Julia Woods. “We’re excited about bringing back the excitement to holiday shopping.”   

Black Friday deals at Army & Air Force Exchange Service locations include up to $800 savings on select appliances; 20% off select furniture; 20% off fine jewelry and watches and up to $200 savings on select laptops and monitors. Additionally, participating Exchange restaurants will offer 15% with a MILITARY STAR® card. Free brewed or drip coffee at Expresses and participating restaurants will help perk up shoppers too.

The deals do not stop on Black Friday, however, as Saturday and Cyber Week offer a smorgasbord of savings.

Deals for Nov. 27 include 20% off select furniture, 50% off select headphones, the lowest prices of the season on jeans, 30% off select styles of select watches as well as select board games for as low as $10.

Cyber Week, Nov. 29 – Dec. 2, will offer military shoppers $900 off select 85-inch 4K televisions, $60 off select cookware sets, select handbags for 50% less than MSRP and 30% off select vacuums.

Additionally, from Nov. 26-28, the Yokota Exchange will distribute scratch-off cards to customers arriving each morning. Shoppers can scratch the cards to reveal specials including $100, $50 and $25 gift cards, $10 off any purchase of $100 or more, $20 off any purchase of $200 or more, free food and more. Winners may redeem their offers in store Nov. 29 through Dec. 12.

Shoppers can view the digital sales ads at ShopMyExchange.com by navigating to “Weekly Ad” under “Savings” at the bottom of the webpage.

The Exchange also offers contactless shopping options such as buy online pickup in store service and curbside pickup to make shopping easier for Airmen, Guardians and others with in-store shopping privileges.

Honorably discharged Veterans can shop online at the website. Service-connected disabled Veterans can shop in person. Veterans can visit here to learn more.

This year marks the first season of holiday shopping for Department of Defense and Coast Guard civilian employees, who received shopping privileges this spring.

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