There’s still plenty of time left to go until Fila’s Black Friday sale arrives again but you can scroll down the page to view last year’s details to get a general idea of the type of offers that they typically run (it’s likely that we’ll see similar deals return).
As always, we’ll be posting a copy of their ad, sale start/end dates and all the important details for 2022 the moment we know more. Be sure to bookmark this page and check back again soon for the latest updates or join our newsletter to stay informed.
Black Friday 2022 Start & End Dates
Historically, Fila’s main Black Friday event begins on Black Friday itself and runs for 3 days until Sunday night or while supplies last. This year is expected to be no different, so if the trend continues, then these would be this year’s Black Friday sale start and end dates:
- Expected BF sale start date: Friday November 25, 2022 (that’s on Black Friday itself).
- Expected BF sale end date: Sunday November 27, 2022 at 11:59pm ET or while supplies last.
We will be posting Fila’s confirmed Black Friday and Thanksgiving weekend sales schedule for 2022 as soon as we have the dates officially verified.
Last Year’s Black Friday Ad
Updated on Friday November 26, 2021: Fila’s Black Friday sale officially kicked off moments ago!
Starting today, shop fila.com to get 30% off sitewide on all footwear, apparel, and accessories (no promo code needed). You’ll also see a number of new specials on their sale page. Sale ends at 11:59 PM PST on Sunday November 28, 2021. Available for US customers only, while supplies last.
Keep in mind, any product marked FINAL SALE is not eligible for return. Some product exclusions may apply so be sure to check the terms and conditions in the ad posted below for full offer details. Happy bargain hunting!
See below for Fila’s last few years of sale history. It’ll help you get a better idea of the types of deals they typically run on Black Friday and through the holiday weekend into Cyber Monday.
What will you be getting at Fila’s Black Friday sale this year? Let us know in the comments below.