Dunham’s Sports Black Friday leaked ads and flyers: Deals on Under Armour Jackets, Pro-Form Treadmill ZT6 with a Gift Card of $100

Dunham’s Sports is opening most of its brick and mortar stores countrywide at around 5 PM ET on Thanksgiving Day. There are tons of items on sale ranging from sporting goods to apparels and gift items for Christmas.

Dunham’s Sports has early bird discounts on products too that will run throughout the Thanksgiving and continue into Black Friday as well. The timings for the early bird specials are set from November, 24th, Thursday 5 PM ET till November, 25th Friday 3 PM ET. So, don’t miss out on the time frame if something meets your eye.

The early savings shall boast anything from flat 20% to 60% off of the regular prices across all the categories, countrywide. In case, anything amiss, does check and confirm with the local stores and the website before you head over to the counters. It is not known if the online sales are to be made available or not, as of now.

An assorted range of fleece jackets for men and women from Under Armour are on sale at a flat 25 %, whereas the same from NCAA can be purchased for flat 50% off, that is, at the buy-one-get-one scheme. There are several early bird offerings that include sporting goods like DMPS Rifles at $200 off going now for just $499.99, Remington Cartridges for $4.99, and Sports Afield 24 Gun Save at $379.99 offering flat $529 off of the regular price tag.

These are huge saves and only made available to Dunham’s Sports customers these two days, exclusively. A Pro-Form Treadmill ZT6 with a Gift Card of $100 can be yours for a price tag of just $499.99 that has been slashed by $500, only for these two days. Of course, there is a range of boots from Rampage, Apres, Rocket at $17.99 only saving you somewhere between $62 on some models.

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