Our Nike Black Friday 2022 Predictions
Nike is one of those stores that like to repeat their Black Friday year to year, at least since 2014 when we started tracking them. So unless anything changes this year, there’s a 99% chance that you’ll see a 25% off coupon offered on all existing sale items at nike.com. That’s a pretty good deal considering that it’s applied on top of already discounted items, some as much as 40% off.
Expected Sale Start/End Times
You likely won’t have to wait until Black Friday to shop Nike’s sale. That’s because they typically launch it on Thanksgiving day and run it until Sunday night. However, because the deal has historically only been valid on clearance and sale items, many of the popular models, sizes and designs sell out way before then. That’s why we recommend shopping earlier than later in order to find the best bargains.
- Rumored start time: Thursday, November 26, 2020.
- Rumored end time: Sunday, November 29, 2020.
What Are The Important Exclusions?
Offer exclusions are something we hate around here. Really hate. Fortunately, the ones we typically see at Nike’s Black Friday sale aren’t that bad. Obviously, anything not found in their sale section will not be included in their offer. You can can also expect Nike SNKRS products, select Jordan Brand, and all third-party products (i.e. Apple, etc.) to not be included. Any shipping charges will be applied after the discount is taken on your merchandise and will not be included in any storewide offers.
Where To Shop?
You’ll be able to shop Nike’s Black Friday sale at nike.com. You’ll also find Nike Factory Outlet stores running their own Black Friday sale starting when most stores open on Thursday afternoon (Thanksgiving day). Most locations stay open through the night for a full 28 hours straight until the end of day on Black Friday. Visit you Nike retail or outlet store nearest you to shop their sale.
Last Year’s Ad Scan/Flyer
Below is a copy of Nike’s Black Friday ad that they emailed us last year. We’ve included the offer details and official terms. This year’s ad is expected to look somewhat similar to this.
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