For years, Thanksgiving and Black Friday have marked the official kickoff to the holiday shopping season. This year with worldwide supply chain issues affecting almost all retailers (including GrowAce), we're kicking off the deals extra early to help you to make sure you get the items you want at Guaranteed Black Friday Prices.
Black Friday Early Access Deals Start Nov. 1
Starting on November 1, we will be introducing weekly Black Friday Early Access deals. These deals will expire at the end of that week and a fresh set of deals will be introduced the following week. All deals during the Early Access period are Guaranteed to be as good or Better than the deals launched on Black Friday!
Black Friday Price Guarantee with automatic reimbursement.
Still thinking you should hold off on adding to cart? We've got you covered. All of the deals during our Black Friday Early Access event are covered by our Black Friday Price Guarantee, which means that prices won't go lower before or on Black Friday. If it does, we'll automatically refund your order the difference.
Giveaway: Free Complete Grow Tent Kit
Need another reason to shop now? As an extra incentive to shop early, all purchases will be entered to win 2x4Ft HID Soil Complete Indoor Grow Tent System ($999.95 value!). Each order will equal one drawing entry. Drawing will take place and winner will be notified on November 26th.
Shortage of Merchandise:
You may have seen in in the news- cargo ships are currently experiencing incredibly long wait times at ports across the United States. What use to take 4 weeks to receive a shipment of goods, is now taking 13 to 16 weeks. As a result, we are currently holding far less inventory than we normally would for the holiday season. We are expecting to sell out of many of our most popular items. Some products will be offered as a pre-order, with delivery expected after Christmas.
Increase in Volume = Delayed Deliveries.
Online ordering has grown exponentially over the past 18 month, with no sign of slowing down. This has resulted an already fragile shipping network to slow down to a crawl. All major carriers, including UPS, Fedex and USPS are expected to experience delays through the holiday season.
Start your holiday shopping today to make sure you get what you want for the holiday season!