Halloween Menswear Sales Roundup

Here at Fashion Raid we have been figuring out how we want to post general site/store menswear sales that are worth checking out but might not have obvious “must buy” pieces that we normally highlight in our posts. Whether it’s a dedicated page for rotating sales, a section on the homepage, or posts like this one, we’ll still only be posting real sales. No one cares about the sale Brooks Brothers or Jcrew runs every week, and we won’t be posting that junk.

Without further ranting, here is a list of worthy sales to checkout this Halloween:

24S: is offering an extra 20% off Sale items, with items already marked up to 70% off. Code: TAKE20. Brands include AMI, Balenciaga, Casablanca, Common Projects, Dries Van Noten, Givenchy.

Blue And Cream: 25% off Sitewide(with possible exclusions), including Sale section. Code: SPOOKY

Century21: Century21 is going out of business. They are not longer selling items online but discounts have been progressively getting bigger in stores. You can check the website for the current offers and to find a store near you.

Deliberti: Deliberti has not been shipping to North America recently but they’ve just opened it back up to shoppers in the US and Canada. Extra 20% off Sale items with Code: EXTRA20 and 20% off New Arrivals with Code: HW20

Eleonorabonucci: Extra 30% off Sale items, automatically applied in cart. Also, Extra 20% off New Arrivals with Code: HAL20

Playground Shop: Playground Shop is holding an online Warehouse Sale, with items priced at 1/3rd of their original retail price.

Saks off 5th: Extra 20% off orders of $100+ with Code: Get20. This is a sale they run occasionally, but not too often. They rarely will offer 25% off. These sales also stack with other promos they run, like 50% off select Suiting Separates. 

Singolare: 25% off Sitewide, including Sale items. Code: HALW25

Svmoscow: Extra 25% off entire website, including Sale items already marked down up to 60% off. Code: NEWIN

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