Gucci Cyber Monday deals aren't easy to find, especially as the house themselves famously don't participate in the shopping event. However, if you know where to look, you'll be able to find some discounted items this weekend, whether you're after handbags, perfumes or sunglasses.
Gucci Cyber Monday quick links:
- Gucci Black/Red Marmont Shoulder Bag -
Was £2,370Now £1,799 (25% off) at BrandAlley
- Gucci Blue/Brown Super Mini Dionysus Shoulder Bag -
Was £2,020Now £1,499 (26% off) at BrandAlley
- Brown Gucci GG Canvas Crossbody Bag -
Was £1,061Now £759 (29% off) at BrandAlley
- GUCCI Nouvelle Vague square-frame tortoiseshell acetate sunglasses,
was £395now £276.50 | Net-A-Porter
- Gucci Flora Gorgeous Gardenia Eau de Parfum 100ml,
was £124now £105.40 | Harvey Nichols
Do Gucci do Cyber Monday sales?
Gucci notoriously never offer discounts or have sales but other retailers who stock Gucci do. Gucci handbags aren't the easiest to find in the sales, but if you aren't bothered with them being new season, then you can sometimes find them on BrandAlley or second hand on vintage resale sites.
A lot of stores do have Black Friday discounts on Gucci eyewear and perfume though. Here are the best Gucci deals I've found so far.
Shop the best Gucci Cyber Monday deals now:
Does Gucci have Cyber Monday sales?
Again, Gucci doesn't officially participate in Cyber Monday (which falls on Monday 27th November 2023 this year), but the likes of Net-A-Porter, Selfridges and Liberty, who all stock the label, usually do. Discounts will vary per brand though.
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