JD launch huge Bank Holiday sale with clothing and footwear slashed by up to 50%

The Bank Holiday weekend is finally here, whilst most of us will be preoccupied celebrating the extended break, retailers are treating shoppers to plenty of discounts to tide us over too.

For those looking to update their sporting wardrobes, fashion retailer JD Sports is just one of the latest to unveil huge savings for the upcoming holiday weekend, boasting amazing offers on some of the best sports fashion brands.

To give you a little idea of the discounts available, there’s up to 50% across all sale items, up to 60% off kids’ clothing, and 50% off men’s and women’s lines – so something for the whole family.

But customers will have to act quickly if they’re booking for a bargain, as your favourites will only be available as long as stocks last.

JD stores have reopened in the UK so shoppers will be able to take advantage of deals in store, as well as online at JDsports.co.uk.

To give you an idea of some of the offers you should be shopping, we've rounded up some of the top items in each category below.

Best deals in the JD Sport sale

Women's Sale

  • adidas Originals Linear Fleece Cargo Joggers – £25 (was £50)

  • Puma Core Leggings in Black – £15 (was £25)

  • Gym King Script Crop T-Shirt in Pink – £15 (was £20)

  • Puma Cali Women's Trainers in White – £50 (was £70)

  • Fila Disruptor II Women's in White – £50 (was £80)

Men's Sale

  • The North Face Mittelegi Track Pants – £50 (was £75)

  • Nike Academy Woven Graphic Shorts in Blue – £15 (was £23)

  • Nike Colour Block Crew Sweatshirt – £35 (was £48)

  • adidas Originals N-5923 Trainers in Grey – £45 (was £75)

  • Nike Air Max 2090 in Black – £100 (was £130)

Junior Sale

  • ILLUSIVE LONDON Tie Dye T-Shirt Junior – £10 (was £22)

  • Berghaus Logo T-Shirt in White Junior – £12 (was £20)

  • Puma Girls' Core Crop Foil T-Shirt in Pink Junior – £8 (was £15)

  • Nike Air VaporMax 2020 Flyknit in Black – £120 (was £140)

  • Fila Ray in White and Pink Infant – £25 (was £35)

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