Singles’ Day, taking place on November 11 (11.11) every year, is the Chinese equivalent of Black Friday with shops in China offering deep discounts on their products. Popular Chinese online shopping websites catering to oversea markets also take advantage of the event to organize events and promotions for their customers.
Aliexpress Global Shopping Festival 2019 is already started in the sense you can browse products on the website, add them to your cart, and pay a lower price if you check out on November 11.
Most shops will have discounts, but some of the most relevant to this site include Shenzhen Xunlong Software which will offer discounts of up to $8 for their Orange Pi Boards, Rak Wireless lowered the price of some of their LPWAN boards for 11.11, and for even cheaper ESP8266 or ESP32 boards LoLin shop have you covered.
250 products for Thanksgiving Sale 2019. Apply the code THANKS30 when you checkout to get 30% OFF. OK, that’s one if not directly related to Singles’ Day 2019, but it’s already up.
GearBear 11.11 sale may be shown as coming above but it’s started a few days ago. Activities include a draw to win $11 coupons, XiaoMi Mi Note 10 (phone with 108MP camera) launch promotion, and various deals for 3D printers, gadgets, and phones.
GeekBuying’s Shopping Festival 11.11 includes over $11 million in coupons with for example 1111GKB30 providing $30 discount on $300 or more orders. There are also flash sales, and categories specific promotion for “top sellers”, “electronics”, “smart home” and so on.
Banggood also called their event “Shopping Festival 11.11“. You can reserve selected products for as low as 50% discount, and the main event will take place on November 10-12. The screenshot above shows a smart robot vacuum cleaner and a smartwatch for their reservation promotion, but I understand this regularly changes.
They have also some small discounts for Sonoff switches, Raspberry Pi case, and ESP32 boards, which you can add to your cart, and check out during the main event.
I’ll add more offers in comments if they come my way, and you can always check out our Coupon codes page for existing & future promos.
Jean-Luc started CNX Software in 2010 as a part-time endeavor, before quitting his job as a software engineering manager, and starting to write daily news, and reviews full time later in 2011.
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