If You Shop at Old Navy This Black Friday, You Might Win a Million Dollars — And You’ll Definitely Save 50%

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Old Navy’s made a name for itself as a one-stop clothing shop for the whole family. Add in cute, comfortable and affordable designs, and you’ve got what I call a “win.”

At Old Navy Black Friday, the store’s dishing up even better deals than normal.

Ready?

Take 50% off the entire store — except clearance items, consumables and gift cards.

There’s only one catch: These deals are in-store only.

So get to Old Navy in person on Thursday or Friday to take full advantage of their Black Friday blowout.

You’ll want to get there early anyway. Old Navy’s running a sweet “Overnight Millionaire” campaign. The first 50 shoppers at each participating store will be entered into the sweepstakes to win a grand prize with a retail value of a million dollars.

You don’t even have to make a purchase — just be first in line!

Deal-Stacking Secrets at Old Navy

Want to save even more this Black Friday? Make sure to use a cash-back credit card to earn back a dollar for every hundred you spend.

Plus, check Raise for discounted gift cards to cut your bottom line even more! Now that’s penny hoarding.

Although the 50% off deals are only available in store, if you’re an online shopper, you’re still in luck: Old Navy’s doing a 40% off sitewide sale Sunday and Monday, and Discover cardholders will earn 10% cash back on top through the Discover Deals shopping portal.

No Discover card? Try shopping through Swagbucks to earn 8% cash back — check Cashbackholic for more up-to-the-minute cash back info.

Alright! You’re ready to save on sweaters, sleep pants and scarves galore. For a full list of Old Navy deals, visit our special Black Friday site.

Jamie Cattanach is a junior writer at The Penny Hoarder and a native Floridian. She’s passionate about learning, literature, chocolate and finding ways to live the good life as cost-effectively as possible. You can wave hi to @jamiecattanach on Twitter.

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