Posted 23rd Nov 2018

Ideal Bathrooms unveils Black Friday deals for 2018

By KBBDaily on 23rd November 2018 - 13:15pm
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Bathroom distributor Ideal Bathrooms has revealed its Black Friday deals for 2018, and has released a special Black Friday brochure for its customers.

The offers from the distributor cover “a variety of products” from brands including Grohe, Roca and Geberit, as well as the company’s private label Essential Bathrooms.

Ideal Bathrooms added that its Black Friday deals are running until the 30th November, and are available to order online 24/7 through its website.

“We are thrilled to have been able to offer these fantastic deals to our customers – they aren’t ones you want to miss out on,” said Ideal Bathrooms commercial director Danielle Lillis.

“Thanks to our four warehouses – which are based strategically across the UK in Milton Keynes, Hayes, Glasgow and Wakefield – we can deliver next day to 99% of mainland Britain, and we’re working on the remaining 1%.”

View Ideal Bathrooms’ Black Friday brochure:

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