Nike Black Friday & Cyber Monday deals in 2020

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Nike Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals

Nike traditionally releases new shoes to shop on Black Friday. It’s also been known to offer 25% off deals, though you’ll have to do some work to find them — sales are usually scattered throughout the site. You can also expect to see the entire clearance section discounted even more than usual.

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Is the Nike Black Friday sale only online?

No. Nike offers sales in some stores too, but hours and deals vary nationwide. Call your local Nike store for details.

But even if your local store isn’t offering a deal, you can still hit up the online sale.

When can I start shopping?

Sales usually begin on Black Friday and continue through Cyber Monday. Snap up your favorite kicks quickly to be sure you get a deal.

Nike Black Friday deals

Select styles are usually 25% off for Black Friday, but there’s no real rhyme or reason to which products are marked down and which aren’t. Your best bet is to scan through Nike’s inventory online and see if there’s something you like at a great price.

Nike Cyber Monday deals

In previous years, Nike’s extended its Black Friday deals through Cyber Monday. You might enjoy 25% off select styles the entire weekend.

Nike Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals

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