UGG Cyber Monday deals: Up to 70% off Ugg slippers and sliders

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There's not long left to take advantage of the Ugg Cyber Monday deals up for grabs right now. 

The long Black Friday weekend has meant the internet and high street has been flooded with hundreds of epic deals. Now, Cyber Monday is here to continue the massive savings spree, making sure you don't miss out on the likes of big designer perfume discounts, KitchenAid mixer sales, coffee machine deals, beauty advent calendar deals and so much more.

And if it's a pair of cosy UGG slippers you've been hoping to get your hands on as the weather gets chillier, there's some fab news. The UGG Cyber Monday deals are still in full swing, with a giant saving of up to 70% to be had!

UGG Cyber Monday deals

UGG Oh Yeah Black Slippers, Was £80 Now £58 | Schuh
With an elasticated strap at the back and covered in the fluffiest of sheepskin, the UGG Oh Yeah Slippers are the ultimate footwear for lazy days—and yep, you can wear these both indoors and outside.
UGG Fluff Yeah Black Slide Slippers, Was £100 Now £79 | Schuh
A chunkier version of the Oh Yeah slippers, the Fluff Yeah sliders are a unique and seriously comfy way to embrace the UGG life when you're feeling casual and cosy.
UGG Fluff Yeah Peach Slide Slippers, Was £100 Now £79 | Schuh
The Fluff Yeah Uggs in a super cute peachy pink shade is perfect for anyone looking for an adorable pair of mega warm slippers to wear as the winter nights draw in.
UGG Pale Pink Scuffette II Slippers, Was £80 Now £63 | Schuh
A more classic style of slippers, the snuggly Ugg Scuffettes have been price slashed to £63 and come in the sweetest pastel shades.
UGG Oh Yeah Lilac Bloom Slippers, Was £80 Now £59.99 | UGG
The Oh Yeah sliders with a branded elastic strap and bright pink sheepskin top layer have been reduced to less than £60 for Cyber Monday. Another gorgeously bright UGG treat to be had in the sales.
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