Academy Sports Black Friday 2016 Ad Released

Posted: Nov 16 2016, 12:08am CST | by , Updated: Nov 16 2016, 1:48am CST , in Black Friday 2019


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Academy Sports Black Friday 2016 Ad Released

The Academy Sports + Outdoors Black Friday deals are announced. Stores open 5am on November 25.

The Academy Sports + Outdoors Black Friday 2016 ad is released, featuring deals in sports, outdoor and recreation lifestyle. Academy stores will remain closed on Thanksgiving Day and open at 5am on Black Friday.

Academy offers gifts for the whole family with deals on top brands including Nike, Under Armour, adidas and Yeti. This season's best deals include trampolines, fitness equipment, basketball systems, gun safes, micro drones, blitzball and motorized ride-ons. Deals on Under Armor fleece and Nike Fleece save 25%.

"Since we opened in 1938, we've always made our team members a priority, and this year is no different as we keep our stores closed on Thanksgiving Day so our team and our customers can spend time with family and friends," says J.K. Symancyk, President and CEO, Academy Sports + Outdoors. "We plan to deliver convenience and value to our customers throughout the entire Thanksgiving weekend, whether customers choose to shop us in-store or online, allowing them to balance a key shopping weekend with their holiday celebrations."

Beginning Wednesday evening Nov. 23, Black Friday deals will be available on online. Academy customers can begin shopping when stores are closed.

Academy will provide savings on significantly more items throughout Thanksgiving Weekend and Cyber Week along with better visibility to available inventory and strong shipping promotions. The Academy Sports + Outdoors Black Friday 2016 Ad is available online at

New to Academy Sports + Outdoors this holiday season is the "Price Match + 5%" guarantee. If customers find a lower price elsewhere on an identical, in-stock merchandise item advertised in print by any local retailer, or online by any select online retailers, show the ad while it remains valid and if the competitor's price is lower, then Academy will beat it by 5%.

There will also be matching of pricing for in-store purchases and in-store pricing for purchases. Customers must present a verifiable copy of the advertised price, either by presenting the entire printed ad or a digital version on a mobile device if in store. Or if purchasing on, they may present by email, fax or mail. Exclusions apply. See the Price Match Policy at or an Academy team member for additional details.

Early Black Friday sales of note are underway at and The big three Black Friday 2016 ads are released along with over fifty Black Friday 2016 Ads. Walmart, Target and Best Buy published their highly anticipated Black Friday 2016 ads on November 10. We have compiled everything you need to know about Black Friday 2016 in our Black Friday 2016 guide. Browse the big three Black Friday 2016 ads below:

Walmart Black Friday 2016 Ad

Target Black Friday 2016 ad

Best Buy Black Friday 2016 ad

The hardest to find Holiday 2016 gifts include Hatchimals, NES Classic, Pokemon Go Plus and the $99 Nintendo 3DS. Use our shopping guide to hunt these hot holiday gifts. Read also everything we know about the Amazon Black Friday 2016 sale, which we predict will be largest Black Friday sale in history. Black Friday 2016 is on November 25. Read the latest Black Friday 2016 news.

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