Black Friday & Cyber Monday Deals for 2022

Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals are rolling out!

While gifts aren’t necessary this time of year, they are a fun way to show folks how much you appreciate them. Now is the perfect time to start your holiday shopping since you can take advantage of all the Black Friday or Cyber Monday deals out there. I know it’s overwhelming to search through all of the ads, so we've compiled a list of some of the best Native American Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals for you. 

A lot of deals at smaller stores aren't advertised until the day of, though Amazon and many big-box retailers such as Target and Walmart typically start pushing their deals out a few days early. If you do shop at, remember to support we get a small commission at no extra cost to you!

Another tip: make sure you sign up for email newsletters for your favorite brands, as a lot of them offer exclusive promos to subscribers. Plus, you’ll know what hot, new items are available before everyone else does, or when certain products are back in stock. If you don’t want to clutter up your inbox, a lot of brands also advertise sales on their social media channels, so follow them and keep an eye out!

Check back often, we'll keep updating this page as new deals are released!

Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals

Teton Trade Cloth - Black Friday promos

Teton Trade Cloth

Teton Trade Cloth's Black Friday sale is going on from Nov. 25-26! So get in on the action while you can and save up to 25% off on their handmade wool, blankets, bandanas, craft supplies and more.



Aconav, the Native couture designer, will be having specials starting Black Friday. Make sure you check their website for more information.

Beyond Buckskin

Look for info on Beyond Buckskin's annual Cyber Monday sale. And if you stalk their page like I do, you’ll know it’s one of their biggest sales of the year. The entire site goes on sale for one day only. Make sure you check back often as they will be adding new items each week starting now through December.

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Pendleton Black Friday Promotions


Pendleton is offering 25% off sitewide Nov. 24-29, excluding furniture and gift cards. Get in on this Black Friday deal while you can! is offering 50% off its gift memberships, through Monday! Take advantage of this deal while you can!



The NTVS have announced their biggest drop of the year on Black Friday. They will be restocking many old designs and releasing some new ones! You'll find over 200 items will be featured in the shop, so definitely stop by! 

Sequoia Soaps

Sequoia Soaps

Sequoia Soaps will be offering something special for their subscribers, so definitely sign up if you want to be in the know! In years past, they've included free gifts with a Black Friday purchase!

Urban Native Era Cyber Monday

Urban Native Era

Urban Native will be offering discounts of up to 70% off throughout Black Friday-Cyber Monday weekend. You don’t want to miss out on this!

OxDx Black Friday

OxDx Clothing

OxDx will definitely be discounting several items on Cyber Monday. Plus, they’ll be introducing some new releases towards the end of November. Make sure you check back for more information!

8th Generation

Eighth Generation

It's 8thGen's last sale of the year! Support Inspired Natives this week and save up to 20% off sitewide, now through Cyber Monday. No code necessary!

49 Dzine

49 DZine is offering up to $90 off purchases of at least $300! That's 30% off! This sitewide sale is going on from Nov. 17-26! Get in on this deal while you can!

As always, please double-check with the retailer for expiration dates, quantities, and restrictions.

If we see any other Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals throughout the week, we’ll try and update this post for you.

Happy bargain hunting!

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Last Updated on November 25, 2022 by Paul G

About Toyacoyah Brown

Toyacoyah Brown is an enrolled member of the Comanche Nation, currently living in Chicago. She received her B.A. in Journalism from the University of Oklahoma and an M.A. in Media Studies from the University of Texas at Austin. When she's not scouring the Internet for fun things to share with readers you can find her digging for vinyl in her local record store or curling up with a good book.

4 Comments on “Black Friday & Cyber Monday Deals for 2022”

  • CC Reilly


    Thank you for Ojala Threads. I would like to see more of what they do.
    I am out of New York City and now in Albuquerque, New Mexico. One of my best friends back in NYC was a guy named Herman Badillo. He became the first “Hispanic” member of the U.S. Congress after Puerto Rico became a Commonwealth of the U.S. But Herman was not hispanic at all! Yes, he was fluent in Spanish language. But the fact is (which he almost never disclosed primarily because he felt it would negatively impact his electoral efforts) was that –like most who came from Puerto Rico– Herman was Indigenous to Turtle Island continent.
    His tribe was Taino and he was truly proud of his origin. Sorrowfully, he passed on about 6 months after my arriving here in Albuquerque (all due to the financial crash in NYC–but let’s be clear about that as well: what ultimately happened was set up by Rudy Giulani and carried out by the new Mayor Bloomberg. There was NO “housing bubble.”).

    And most who came up to NYC in those years (think “West Side Story”/Leonard Bernstein) knew the three tribes: Arawaka, Boricua, and Taino. But the following generations often never understood this from their elders that now lived in NYC. Watch the movie. You will understand.

    On my end, here in NM, and as a member of NM Diabetes Advisory Council, we had a nurse speaker one meeting on triaging as related to diabetes. There was no specific detail given about Indigenous or other race groups in the area of risk management.
    So I stood to remind that the top 3 race grouos here have the following diabetes population percentages: Hispanics 35% to 40%, 55%to 60% for Blacks, and 75%to 80% for Indigenous.
    Then, I pointed out that, since Puerto Ricans are Indigenous people from three main tribes Arawaka, Boricua, and Taino,
    (insert very loud “NOOOO” scream from female in the audience…I suggested, just as loudly, that when she goes home she should call her grandparents and catch up on her tribal connections.)
    that it would be best to triage the presenting Puerto Rican patient taking into consideration Indigenous origins and diabetes risk percentage within that population.

    The nurse speaker calmed things down and closed by saying that most triage equipment was not calibrated to track on that level.
    Well, in my experience here in NM, the CDC’s brains are not calibrated to track on that level either. And no researcher worth her/his reputation would ever rely on CDC stats.

    But that leaves me to mention one (okay, or more) things for any Indigenous diabetics out there:
    1. Exercise daily, even if it is only a walk around the block.
    2. Avoid typical “Type 2” overscheduling. It will not relieve depression and will get you over-tired.
    3. Make sure to get your daily B and C vitamins. Those vits will serve you to counteract Type 2 depression.
    These days it is easy to get those vitamins daily:
    A. Revive Zero is one sports drink. Just make sure it says “Zero” on the bottle. “Zero” is for zero sugar. It has all your necessary vits.
    B. Even better is Revive Zero’s big brother:
    Power Ade Zero. It comes in a quart-size bottle.
    It has all the vits you need AND it has a new sweetener “Sucralose” which has NO negative impact on your blood sugar level.

    If you can’t find these at your grocery store, tell your store to order one or both Revive Zero and Power Ade Zero. They are not expensive. One bottle of Power Ade Zero runs less that $1.

    Just remember Herman is up there with Father Sky and both are watching over all of us!
    Take good care and
    Have a great Winter Solstice! 😎


  • Darlene Johnson


    Will definitely be checking back. Native artisans are the best!



    I love the fact that our people have a great platform for our culture and our beliefs. Keep up the great work 🙂



      I love Native American culture, an my wife an I have been to many Powwows, an love the spirit of the people.We will continue to enjoy, when possible.Thank you to all that keep the good of the people goin.😘

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