Cyber Monday 2019: How to shop Nike’s 15% off sale

Posted: 2 December 2019 9:14 am


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Calling all sneaker-heads! Nike just dropped a massive deal for Cyber Monday 2019 – click here to get the code.

Cyber Monday has just kicked off and we're loving all the deals we've seen so far. They are definitely comparable to Black Friday and in our opinion, some are even better, especially the offer from Nike.

For Black Friday, Nike offered a deal of an extra 30% off sale items. While that doesn't sound like much, it seems like the retailer was just gearing fans up for the main event – Cyber Monday. Your favourite sportswear brand is slashing prices and offering a massive 15% off full-priced items. This isn't a deal you'll see regularly on the official Nike store so you're not going to want to miss this.

You can check out our Nike hub, or for more Nike promo codes you can bookmark this page here. In the meantime, head on over to Nike right now and use the code VOLTMONDAY to save on sneakers, clothing and accessories.

To see more massive deals and savings, head on over and check out our Cyber Monday hub. It's where you can find a comprehensive list of all the Cyber Monday 2019 deals in one place. Or, you can check out our round-up of the best deals – it's time to start shopping!

All the latest Nike sneaker drops

Why should you take advantage of Nike's Cyber Monday sale? Sure, you can shop Nike from retailers like ASOS and THE ICONIC and you'll usually see more frequent discounts. However, Nike's official store is where you can find all the latest stock, including limited edition items. Who doesn't love saving on the latest Nike drops? I know I can't complain – there's going to be some serious damage to my credit card today.

Nike's official store offers free standard delivery on orders over $100. Buying something for a Christmas present? No worries – all orders placed between 1 November 2019 and 11 January 2020 have an extended 60-day return period.

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