Dick’s Sporting Goods Black Friday Ad Deals 2018

Shop equipment and supplies for baseball, basketball, football, hockey, golf and other sports at Dick’s Sporting Goods over Thanksgiving weekend for deep discounts, deals, and other sales for Black Friday 2018.

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Black Friday Ad 2018

Top Deals 2018

Top-Flight XL Complete Golf Sets – $129.98 (save $90)
Callaway Diablo Tour Golf Balls – $12.98 – (save 50%)
Prince Tournament 6800 Indoor Table Tennis Table – $299.98 (save $300)
50″ Steel Frame Portable Basketball Hoop – $169.98 (save $230)
60″ In-Ground Glass Basketball Hoop – $899.98 (save $700)
14′ Round Trampoline – $159.98 (save $140)
Fitness Gearl 300 lb. Olympic Weight Set – $149.98 (save $60)

Hours (2018)

Dicks is open from 6pm Thursday to 2am Friday, then opens a few hours later at 5am Friday. Doorbusters are available from 6pm Thursday until 2pm Friday.

Online shoppers can start stocking up at 12 am Thursday, with free shipping on qualifying items.

Cyber Monday Deals

The online deals and discounts for Cyber Monday 2018 have not been released yet. We expect they will be released after Thanksgiving, so check back soon.

Coming Soon

We will post the return policy for this store when they are available.

Current Promos

We encourage you to visit the Dick’s website for their weekly ad, clearance items, and last chance savings.

Past Year’s Dick’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday Sales (2015-2017)

Three Day Deals were available online all-day Thursday and in-store starting Thursday evening at 6 PM through Saturday. On Black Friday, stores opened at 5 AM with doorbuster deals until 2 PM. The flyer offered bonus cash of $20 off a future purchase of $100 or more for Thanksgiving Night and Black Friday purchases. It also provided coupons of $15 off select athletic apparel and footwear.

About Dick’s Sporting Goods

Dick’s Sporting Goods is one of the largest sporting goods retailers in the world with more than 600 stores across the United States. It was founded by Richard “Dick” Stack in 1948 as a small bait and tackle store in New York. In the 1990s, it began expanding across Upstate New York and then moved its headquarters to Pittsburgh, PA.