Black Friday 2018 is still a ways away. However, we’ve been tracking the Thanksgiving weekend deals coming from Finish Line for several years now and it’s likely you’ll see a similar sale to last year’s return again this year (you can scroll down the page to check out last year’s sale to get an idea of what’s likely to come). Then be sure to visit us again here at Blacker Friday in early November for the latest BF ads, news, rumors, and updates (or just signup to our newsletter and we’ll do the work for you). Cheers!
Updated on Sunday, November 19, 2017: It’s still a bit too early to know what’s coming this year on Black Friday from Finish Line but you can expect to see some of the same discount levels as last year: Shoes up to 50% off, several 2-for-1 deals, and tees for as low as $11.99. Store hours should remain the same in 2017 with all retail locations opening from 6:00PM and staying open at least until 9:00PM on Thursday evening, Thanksgiving day. We are of course on the lookout for the latest news and will post more info the moment they become available (should be any time now!).
Until then, be sure to check out their end of season clearance now happening as you’ll be able to find some pretty good last chance deals on both shoes and running apparel. You can also take a moment a scroll down the page to see what was offered last year and the year before to get an idea of what’s likely to come this Black Friday weekend. Good luck and happy bargain hunting!
What are you planning on getting at Finishline over Thanksgiving weekend? Let us know in the comments below.
Fans of Finish Line won’t be disappointed this Black Friday – Especially if you were lucky and quick enough to pick up some doorbuster shoes last year.
This year the doorbuster deals have returned with shoes at up to 50% off – Including Nike and Under Armour. There is also some good apparel deals from everything from workout gear to running shorts. If you forgo the mall then all online shoppers get free shipping when spending over $50.00. Happy bargain hunting!
We just got in the leaked Finishline Black Friday ad – You can check it out in full down below. Most stores will be opening at 6:00PM on Thursday November 26, 2015 with the offers being live up through Cyber Monday, November 30, 2015. If you don’t want to brave the crowds at the mall, you can also get all of the same doorbuster deals starting early on Thanksgiving Day morning on their site. Just keep in mind that many of their best deals will seek out fast in the most popular sizes.
This year you’ll save up to 50% off and even a bit more on certain shoes and clothing at Finishline. Check out the Reebok ZJET Soul shoes for $49.98 (normally $119.99), the Men’s North Face Canyonland Jacket for $59.99 (normally $85.00), select Adidas tees for just $11.99 (normally $22.00), Garmin Vivifit 2 for $69.99 (normally $99.99), and the Puma Carson Runner shoes for $29.98 (normally $64.99). You’ll also find select NBA apparel at 50% of, a number of cool backpacks at 30% off, fireside socks at 50% off, select winter gloves at 30% off, and 2 for $35.00 deals on select NCAA fleece hoodies.
We are also tracking a number of other Black Friday deals for 2015 from the top sports shoes brands. That includes Nike, Adidas, Puma, Asics, New Balance, Saucony, Reebok, and Under Armour. Be sure to also check out the deals coming from Footlocker.
Finish Line has just released their Black Friday ads for 2014 and this year you can either shop online or at any one of their 600 retail locations around the country. The sale starts on Thanksgiving day online and in-stores, with most retail locations opening at 6:00PM on Thanksgiving day.
Some of our favorite deals this year include college tees and shorts that are 2 for $30.00, Adidas Springblades at 40% off, and select socks at 2 for $25.00. Men’s shoes are priced as low as $59.98 and women’s even lower starting at $49.98. The same deals are extended to their online store and all online orders above just $30.00 will qualify for free shipping.
Here’s a look at their full Black Friday ad scan: