• expired

40% off Apparel and Footwear in-Store (Free Membership Required) @ Nike Factory Store


As a Nike Member, you have first access to shop our Black Friday sale. Find your closest Factory Store and save 40%* on Apparel and Footwear from Tuesday 21 November – Thursday 23 November.

The Black Friday Sale will be available to everyone else from Friday 24 November – Sunday 26 November.

Head in-store to shop before the best styles are gone and scan your Member Pass via the Nike App at checkout.
Participating Stores

Nike Unite Adelaide
Harbourtown Premium Outlets
727 Tapleys Hill Rd Shop 32-39 Adelaide Airport
South Australia, 5950

Nike Clearance Store - Canberra
DFO Canberra
337 Canberra Ave
Fyshwick, Australian Capital Territory, 2608

Nike Factory Store - Birkenhead Point
Birkenhead Point Shopping Centre
19 Roseby St.
Drummoyne, New South Wales, 2047

Nike Factory Store - Homebush
DFO Homebush
3-5 Underwood Rd.
Shop 2-015
Homebush, New South Wales, 2140

Nike Factory Store - Brisbane
DFO Brisbane
1 Airport Dr.
Shop 120
Eagle Farm, Queensland, 4008

Nike Unite Gold Coast
Harbourtown Premium Outlets
Cnr. Oxley Dr. and Brisbane Rd.
Shop C70
Biggera Waters, Queensland, 4216

Nike Factory Store - Jindalee
DFO Jindalee
17 Amazons Pl.
Shop T1a
Jindalee, Queensland, 4074

Nike Unite South Wharf
DFO South Wharf
TG21, 20 Convention Centre Pl
South Wharf, Victoria, 3006

Nike Unite Uni Hill
DFO Uni Hill
2 Janefield Dr.
Shops 68-69
Bundoora, Victoria, 3083
Discount available at participating Nike Factory stores only. Ends 26/11/23. Not valid with other offer/s. Bulk purchases (10 or more of the same item) not permitted. Excludes equipment, socks, football jerseys, new arrivals, online purchases and gift cards. Further conditions and exclusions may apply. See staff for details.

This is part of Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals for 2023

Related Stores



  • Not sure how often the outlets get new stock but Brisbane's selection was really underwhelming a couple weeks ago. Temped to go back and have another look this afternoon though just in case…

    • +1

      Was in Jindalee last week and there was virtually no styles I would have bought either. All looked horrendous.

  • +3

    Is this further 40% or just normal 40% off RRP

    • +1

      40% off the outlet price

  • +9

    Somebody posted this trick before, but if you use a "Fake GPS" app, set your location to the outlet store you plan to go to, and when you open the app, you can search for items via the "In-Store Mode"

    As I am a runner, I am always on the lookout for cheap Vaporfly's and Alphafly's. So with this trick, I can see if it is worthwhile going to the outlet store or not.

    So today I am staying home, and avoiding the 2hr queue.

    • Great tip, thanks

    • +1

      Hi MaxiPower, how do you do in-store mode shop? Thanks

      • +1

        Once you are at that exqct spot (in the store) it comes up on the app page.

  • Anyone know if there's actually a difference between a clearance store, factory store, and unite store, or is it just an inconsistent naming convention?

  • +2

    Every time I have been to these outlets, they are just full of the overpriced and clothes with funny patterns or cuts that no one wanted for full price. The South Wharf store the other week would have had 400+ people in it and was absolute chaos. I understand it is cheaper, but you can find actual good nike stuff on the iconic during the current sales rather than buying stuff that no one wanted.

    • Usually it is but i got tech fleece pants for $58 and a nike hoodie for my son (not the plain ones but not over the top) for $40 which was a great saving for me since im usually paying $70-150 for each piece of my sons wardrobe.
      As you said though it is hard to find things you like, just easier for me as i live close by

  • Not valid with other offer/s.

    I assume this doesn't stack with the 50% off back wall shoes?

    • In the past, it would be 40% (or whatever the storewide sale was) off the backwall price. But nowadays it seems the backwall discount is changed to be the storewide discount.

  • Went to DFO Homebush and walked straight out. The line for payment snaked throughout the store that made the lines at Disneyland look like Fast Pass lanes. My guesstimate is one hour plus to pay for your goods.

  • Went to Birkenhead Point. The queue to pay was moving relatively quickly despite it going all the way to the change rooms (when I started queueing), all registers were open. Maybe 20 min at most. Mind you this is a Tuesday. It’d be crazy on the weekend.

    • Any good deals at Birkenhead for road running shoes?

Login or Join to leave a comment