TERMS & CONDITIONS - FREE DELIVERY WHEN YOU ORDER VIA THE APP

  • Receive free standard delivery on orders over £10 (or the equivalent value in other currencies on our site, excluding any delivery charges) when you order via the SportsDirect.com app.
  • The minimum spend for each currency is as follows:
    • £10.00 (GBP)
    • 12,00€ (EUR)
    • $15.00 (USD)
    • ¥105.00 (CNY)
    • $20.00 (AUD)
    • 355,00 Kc (CZK)
    • 3 950,00 Ft (HUF)
    • 1.950 kr. (ISK)
    • 54,00 zl (PLN)
    • 118,00 kr (SEK)
    • $22.00 (NZD)
  • The promotion runs from 18:00 on 31st December 2018 until 23:59 on 1st January 2019 (all times listed are GMT). All successful orders placed between these dates are eligible to receive free standard delivery, when code FREEDEL is applied at checkout.
  • The promotion is only applicable via the SportsDirect.com app. The SportsDirect.com website (both desktop and mobile) are excluded from the promotion.
  • To qualify for the promotion, the user must download the SportsDirect.com app onto their phone or tablet and apply the FREEDEL promotional code at the point of checkout, via the app.
  • The FREEDEL promotional code will deduct the cost of standard delivery from the order, when the code is applied at checkout. Orders placed without the use of the FREEDEL promotional code do not qualify for free standard delivery.
  • The FREEDEL promotional code is limited to 1 use, per customer.
  • No cash alternative is available.
  • The FREEDEL promotional code is applicable via standard delivery orders only. The promotion does not include BFPO delivery.
  • The FREEDEL promotional code cannot be used in conjunction with any other promotional code.
  • Owing to exceptional circumstances outside its reasonable control and only where circumstances make this unavoidable, the promoter reserves the right to cancel or amend the promotion or these terms and conditions at any stage but will always endeavour to minimise the effect to participants in order to avoid undue disappointment.
  • Any question concerning the legal interpretation of the rules will be based on English law and the courts of England and Wales will have exclusive jurisdiction.