Blizzard black friday sale includes big discounts on esports titles, apparel
The Blizzard shop has extended the company’s Black Friday sale, offering discounts as great as 75% off for some of Blizzard’s biggest games.
In a tab marked “Black Friday,” users can now shop items marked at between 30-75% off their regular price in the Blizzard store.
A variety of items including pins, shirts, vinyl figures, Overwatch League merchandise, character leggings, hats, and more can be found for reduced prices. All of the Overwatch League merchandise, including leftover Grand Finals attire, is 75% off. The most notable discount is the Overwatch League performance jacket, which was originally priced at $120 and is now discounted to just $30.
Products like the hugely discounted performance jackets are going quickly, with only extra large sizes still available for purchase at the time of this writing. Some items that sell out may not be restocked either, as the sale is likely intended to clear out excess product.
For fans living in the continental United States who find their cart loaded with discounted merch, all orders over $100 receive free shipping. Blizzard has been known to deliver items within a week or two, which means Christmas presents will arrive in plenty of time.
Fans of every Blizzard franchise will are likely to find something to their liking, whether it be Overwatch League team apparel or Starcraft 2 World Championship pins.
The sale ends on November 30 while supplies last.
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