Offers for JD Sports were last updated Saturday 3 December 2016 13:28
JD Sports is a famous high street name – the company has stores across the United Kingdom as well as four stores in Ireland. JD is a public limited company, it was floated on the London Stock Exchange in 1991. The company offers customers a wide range of choice when it comes to the latest fashions and sportswear – they sell a range of sporting equipment, footwear and clothing. John Wardle and David Makin founded JD Sports back in 1981 – the company’s first store was in Bury, Greater Manchester. The company opened its first store in Manchester’s Arndale Centre in 1983, it opened its first store on London’s prestigious Oxford Street in 1989.
As well as a large selection of products, customers have come to expect a broad range of brands – you can purchase lots of big names from the world of sports in your local branch, including: Adidas, Nike, Puma, Reebok and Voi (along with many others). Although there are hundreds of JD Sports stores around the UK, the company also trades via JDSports.co.uk – you don’t even have to leave your home in order to shop for your favourite items, they deliver them directly to your door!
Have a look through the voucher codes that we have available for JD Sports in order to see how much you can save! You’ll find lots of exclusive deals and offers on the JD Sports website, you’ll never want to shop in-store again. Here is just a small selection of the codes that we have available:
It doesn’t matter if you’re looking for a free delivery deal or even a money-off voucher code, you’ll find something that you can use in order to get a bargain when you shop on the JD website!
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Before you start shopping, have a look at the voucher codes that we have available at the top of this page. Find a code to use on your order and press the green button – it’ll open a new tab in your browser. In this tab you will see a voucher code, note it down or copy it ready to enter during the checkout process. Press the green button to proceed to the JD website.
You’ll land on the site’s homepage, from there you can browse the fantastic selection of product by brand, sex or type. If you know exactly what you’re looking for you can enter a search term in the main search box. Once you’ve spotted the item you want to purchase, click through to the product page. Before you can add the item to your basket you need to select a size and/or colour where appropriate, as well as the quantity that you require – you can then press the green “Add To Basket” button.
When you press “Add To Basket” you will be taken to an overview of your basket – ensure all the items in your basket are correct before scrolling down the page. At the bottom left hand side of the page it says “Enter Your Promo Code” – just type or paste your voucher code into this box and press the green “Redeem” button. If the code is valid the order total on the right will be updated. Press the green “Continue” button in order to complete the checkout process.
On the next page you can sign in to the website using an existing JD account – if you don’t have an account you can create one by entering your details in the box on the right hand side. If you don’t want to create an account simply use the PayPal Express Checkout option – you can pay via funds from your PayPal account. If you select the option to login to an account or create an account, you can pay using a credit or debit card.
We also post links to special offers and sales here at MyVoucherCodes.co.uk – if you see an offer or sale you want to take advantage of, just press the green button next to it and we’ll take you to the necessary page on the JDSport.co.uk website.
The JD mobile app really is a “must have” whether you’re shopping for yourself or someone else. It features the entire product range – you can browse items by category or you can search for specific products. You can view selected products using the 360 degree spin feature, you can’t hold items before you buy them online but this is the next best thing! You can also take advantage of the streamlined payment process in the app as well as find your nearest branch of JD. You can also order items for collection from your local branch.
We know our visitors love mobile apps, that’s why we’ve developed our very own! Download the My Voucher Codes app today for your Apple iOS or Google Android device, we’re confident you’ll be amazed with the app that we’ve created. It’s packed to bursting point with the latest voucher codes for you to redeem at the UK’s top merchants. Whether you’re buying a new printer or a pair of school shoes, our application has codes and deals that can save you a whole lot of money.
Running shoes have got better and better, making them more diverse and easier to exercise with. Nike is one of the brands with a huge variety of running shoes and trainers. Their different ranges can adapt to what kind of running or training you can do. Here is a little run-down;
• Run Natural – a minimalist running shoe
• Run Easy – more cushioning and a softer feel under your feet
• Run Fast – a lightweight feel that is more responsive
• Racing Shoes – for the competitive runner
• Nike i-D – customise something for that added style to the functioning trainer
Nike Free is new on the scene. It is a new technology with works with the sole of the shoe. Using geometry, it allows the shoe to flex, expand and contract with your foot as it moves pace by pace. You can see how this works for running shoes, bringing flexibility and a natural running experience. With a training shoe, it gives the wearer agility to how they train.
Fashion has gone back to the 90's. That means baggy trousers, bucket hats, Reebok classics and Adidas tracksuits are now en-vogue once again. Plus, celebrities such as Beyoncé, Kanye and Kim Kardashian started a now fashion tend known as 'athleisure', having been snapped in public wearing athletic leisure-wear, such as tracksuits and clothing one would normally associate with yoga and sports. That means retailers such as JD Sports are becoming important fashion hubs, now no longer just the haunt of trainer geeks and gym bunnies. That also means looking good means feeling good too. So there's no need to squeeze into those skinny jeans and skin-tight tees, just opt for an adidas Training Hooded Suit or a Franklin & Marshall Arch Logo Suit instead. Of course, it's still not OK to wear your pyjamas around town but modern tastes do now allow you to go for supreme comfort.
Sportswear as casual wear – or Sports Luxe as it is also known, has been around since the 90s but it has been a huge part of fashion over the last few years. Urban wear and Sports Luxe are now common within trends and fashion stores on the high street. The athleisure style has meant that a huge part of casual or smart casual wear involves trainers, with Adidas Gazelles or Stan Smiths being a huge selling point. You’ll see a lot of these on street wear fashion blogs or images on fashion sites. The success of JD over the last few years have gone from strength to strength and their profits have soared due to the popularity of urban street wear and athleisure.
Collaborations with celebrities, designers and sports brands has pushed this still into the public eye. Singer Rita Ora has collaborated with Adidas Originals for the last few seasons. They incorporate the iconic stripes and logo of Adidas as well as bright, colourful and exaggerated patterns.
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