The JD Sports customer services helpline can be contacted by phone: Open 7 Days a Week – 24 hours a Day.
JD Sports Customer Service Hours
The JD Sports customer services team is available to take your call Open 7 Days a Week – 24 hours a Day.
|Monday||12:00 AM||11:59 PM|
|Tuesday||12:00 AM||11:59 PM|
|Wednesday||12:00 AM||11:59 PM|
|Thursday||12:00 AM||11:59 PM|
|Friday||12:00 AM||11:59 PM|
|Saturday||12:00 AM||11:59 PM|
|Sunday||12:00 AM||11:59 PM|
Why contact JD Sports customer service?
– To find out more about their products or stock
– To get support using your online account
– To make a query about deliveries
– To report that a delivery has not arrived
– To report that an item was delivered faulty or damaged
– To report that you received the wrong item by delivery
– To get help organising a return or refund
– To get support using their gift card
Please note, the customer service department may not be able to answer all questions about the stock of certain products. In some cases, the company recommends looking at their social media accounts for the latest information on product stock.
In many cases, the JD Sports telephone customer service team may only be able to organise help with returns if your item was bought online. Often, if your item was bought in store, you will be recommended to arrange a refund at the location that you bought the item. If you bought an item online that you would like to return, you may need the order confirmation details to hand.
About JD Sports
JD Sports, or JD Sports Fashion plc, is a sports clothes retailer based in Greater Manchester. The company is a subsidiary of the Pentland Group, a global brand management company based in North London.
It was founded in 1981 by John Wardle and David Makin – the first names of whom are what the ‘JD’ in the company name stands for — and in 1983, the pair opened their first store. A few years later, the company launched a store on Oxford Street in London, and by 1996, it was listed on the London Stock Exchange. Throughout the 2000s, it launched hundreds of stores across the country, buying out Allsports and Bank stores along the way.
It also went on to have a number of sponsorship deals with football clubs in the UK. In recent years, it has continued to grow, buying a number of other large businesses and brands, including Blacks Leisure Group, Canterbury of New Zealand, Champion Sports, Chausport, Cloggs, FLY53, Go Outdoors, Kooga Rugby, and The Duffer of St. George. Today, it has more than 800 stores, and in 2017, the company’s profit before tax is thought to have increased by over 50% since 2016, standing at £244.8 million.