How can I redeem an adidas discount code?
Scroll through our brilliant deals. Click on the blue button for the one you want—it’ll say either ‘get code’, ‘get reward’, or ‘view discount’. If there’s a code for the offer, it’ll be copied to your clipboard, and you'll be redirected to adidas’s website to complete your purchase.
Does Adidas do student discount?
Yes! Adidas student discount of 15% off online is available if you have a StudentBeans account.
Does Adidas do Click & Collect?
Yes, Click & Collect with Adidas is free.
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- Copy the code or select the deal of your choice on the vouchercloud website, then click through to adidas.com
- When you’re ready to buy click on the shopping bag icon at the top of the page
- View the items in your bag and ensure the promo code you have chosen is valid with these products
- Click the ‘Enter promo code’ box underneath your order summary and enter your adidas discount code into the box provided
- Click ‘Apply’ and see the discount applied to your order total straight away.
Black Friday 2021 Discounts at adidas
Mark your calendars for November 26 because Black Friday at adidas is right around the corner! We’re expecting discounts of up to 50% on bestselling styles like Gazelle and Ultraboost, as well as money off stylish loungewear styles. Make sure you check back to this page on the big day for your exclusive adidas Black Friday code.
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Adidas delivery costs
Delivery with Adidas is free if spending more than £50. Standard delivery costs £3.95.
Will Superstar trainers go in to the Adidas Black Friday sale?
If you’ve been holding out for the right deal on your Adidas superstar trainers, on a jazzy jacket or another of Adidas’s cool clothing and accessories, you know you’ll find a good deal with us, but it’s no secret that you’re likely to find a great one come Black Friday too! While we can’t tell you exactly what items will be included, you’re sure to bag yourself a really sweet Adidas Black Friday deal!
Am I able to track my order?
Yes, you can log into your account to do so or check the order tracker.
Does Adidas do refunds?
Adidas are happy to accept returns within 30 days of receiving your purchases. So, if you have changed your mind or are not happy with your order, it’s easy to receive a refund. Unwanted products can be returned if they are unworn and undamaged by simply completing the returns slip and using the address label included with your order’s invoice.
Standard Delivery is free over £50 - arrives within 3-4 working days.
Standard Delivery costs £3.95 below £50.
Click and Collect is free - arrives within 2-5 working days.
Returns are free - simply print out a return form and label via the order tracker and include it with your parcel (along with the items in their original packaging).
You can return items within 100 days of receiving your order.
Phone - 0800 279 41 44
You can also reach customer services online via the Adidas website.
Real Madrid officially weren’t the only ones to dominate Europe in the 2016/17 season. New research has shown that Adidas almost took a clean sweep of the major European football titles - as kit sponsors.
In fact, six out of seven major European tournaments - The Premier League, La Liga, the Bundesliga, Serie A, and both the Europa League and Champions League - were all won by teams wearing adidas-branded kits. In the 16/17 season, only Ligue 1 - the Nike-sponsored Monaco - upset the perfect season.
The research, conducted by money-saving brand vouchercloud, also revealed that Nike are still the dominant kit sponsor of the last eleven years, winning 37 of a possible 77 titles. In comparison, adidas have only claimed 26 total, with the likes of Umbro (4) and Puma (4) trailing in their wake.
However, that balance is shifting; adidas have outscored Nike over the last five seasons by 16 titles to 15.
The dominance of Nike and adidas is more profound than ever too, as 2016/17 was one of only three seasons where adidas and Nike claimed every title; Leicester’s shock Premier League title last season, for example, offered up a victory to Puma, while New Balance won their first ever European Title when Sevilla retained the Europa League in 2015/16.
However, the battle to sponsor Europe’s elite teams is a hotly contested one. Chelsea - who helped adidas in their near clean-sweep last season - have signed a £60m-a-year deal with Nike for next season, lasting until 2032.
Adidas only narrowly escaped losing Spanish giants Real Madrid this year, too. Under Armour famously walked away from a £130m-a-year deal, allowing adidas to sign for a 5th year for just £34m-a-season (while rivals Barcelona continued their £140m per season contract, signed with Nike in October 2016).
Under Armour have long been trying to break into the competitive - and lucrative - world of the elite football kit sponsors, yet were still unlucky not to make an appearance on this table - their £10m-a-year sponsorship deal with Tottenham saw them narrowly miss out on the Premier League title this season before Nike swooped in with a £25m-a-year new deal for 2017/18.
… though that’s still £35m-a-year less than London rivals Chelsea, and a whopping £50m-a-year less than Adidas-sponsored Man Utd.