Find the best deals on a Cricut and other cutting machines during Black Friday 2020. Find the best online sales and price discounts in print ads at arts & crafts retailers between Thanksgiving Day and Cyber Monday 2020.
We will be closely following craft retailers like Michaels and Joann as well as other online websites and major retailers during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
2019 Cyber Monday Deals – Cricut Deals
Buy 1 Get 1 50% off all all Cricut materials, mats, tools, and infusible ink @ Michael’s
Cricut Explore Air 2 for $199 @ Michael’s (save 50.99)
Cricut Maker for $349 @ Michael’s (Save 50.99)
Cricut Easy Press 2, 12″ x 10″ for $179 @ Michael’s (save 60.99)
Cricut Easy Press 2, 9″ x 9″ for $129 @ Michael’s (save 60.99)
Cricut Easy Press Mini for $49 @ Michael’s (save 20.99)
Here are a few of the products that we are following Black Friday deals on this year:
Cricut is a popular brand of die-cutting machines made by Provo Craft & Novelty, which is headquartered in Spanish Fork, Utah. The machines are able to cut paper, felt, vinyl, fabric and other products used for scrapbooking as well as arts & crafts projects. The Cricut Maker is their strongest machine, and can cut through the most materials, including leather. Some creators even use their Cricut machines to cut fondant for cakes and other sweet treats! Cricut has several products including the EasyPress 2 and the Explore Air 2. Their slogan is: “Whatever you plan to create, be prepared with these essentials for every craft and crafter.”
Silhouette America is based in Lindon, Utah, and they make electronic cutting machines that hook up to your computer. It’s about the same size as a home printer and comes with software that enables you to create designs and then cut it out on paper, vinyl, fabric, or heat transfer material. In addition to their cutting machines, which include the Cameo 4, they make a small 3D printer, the Silhouette Alta, and filamint, so you can make 3D creation come to life.
Sizzix is a range of home die-cutting machines and embossing solutions manufactured by Ellison, who are based in Lake Forest, California. Ellison’s die-cutters were the first hand-operated cutting machines for home crafts, in 1977. Their machines are used for cutting materials such as paper, fabric, vellum, metal and other materials that scissors can cut. Their classic products are the Big Shot, and a smaller version – users load the material between the dies or embossing folders, and crank it through the machine. It was included in past catalogs for scrapbooking companies like Stampin’ Up!
Brother Scan N Cut is from Brother International Corporation, who also makes printers and other supplies for homes, home offices, and offices. Their US corporate offices are based in New Jersey with manufacturing facility in Texas and distribution from Texas and California. The Scan N Cut, which now has several versions, is loaded with hundreds of designs and can be used to make custom designs via scan, and can cut materials 2-3mm thick, such as fabric, paper, vinyl, and more. It was designed with quilters in mind.
Here are some of the deals we found in 2018:
Click Here to Save up to 35% off Cricut on Amazon
Cricut Explore Air 2 Mint – $196 (save 35%)
Cricut Maker Champagne – $348 (save 13%)
Cutting Machine Black Friday Deals: We have found a few different deals on Circut and other devices over Thanksgiving weekend and will have them posted here shortly.
Cutting Machin Cyber Monday Deals: Funtober will post all of the sales available online on the Monday after Thanksgiving here.Last Major Update: