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Did you enter this week’s KickOnFire #FreeKicks raffle? #FreeKicks is a weekly drawing hosted by KicksOnFire that gives away a fresh new pair of kicks to one of you guys (or gals), our loyal supporters. Yes, KicksonFire is hooking you guys up with a fresh pair of kicks on a weekly basis!
How does #FreeKicks work and how can you get in on the fun? Let me break it down for you.
The first thing you have to do to enter and have a chance of winning the #FreeKicks drawing is download our new and improved KicksonFire mobile app.
HOW DO I ENTER The drawing for a chance to Win some #FreeKicks?
The first thing you have to is download our KicksonFire mobile app which is now available on iOS and Android.
Sign up and create an account on the KicksonFire app. This means creating a username, password and providing us with a valid email address.
To enter the #FreeKicks drawings, you must earn coins. You’re gifted 15 coins every time you share a link of one of the upcoming sneakers listed on our release calendar (above).
The first thing you do is go to our “RELEASE CALENDAR” section of the KicksonFire app. Once there, find a shoe that you’d like to share on any of your social media platforms. One you find a shoe, tap on the shoe and on the very next page, tap on “SHARE”. Once you tap on “SHARE” it’s going to ask if you’d like to share it on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, etc. Choose whichever social media platform you prefer and the tap on “POST”. Once you’ve successfully done these steps, you are rewarded the 15 coins and a pop-up notification will come up letting you know that you’ve done so. Remember, the more you share, the more coins you get. The more coins you get, the more drawings you’re able to enter! Most drawings require you to have at least 100 coins. Once you’ve acquired the necessary coins, you qualify to enter the drawing.
In order to check how many coins you’ve accumulated, all you have to do is go to “MY PROFILE” and that information will be found there. Now that you’ve got coins, it’s time to enter the #FreeKicks drawings!
To enter the #FreeKicks drawings, go to our #FreeKicks section and choose which drawing you’d like to enter. The tabs above will read “OPEN”, “ENTERED” and “PAST WINNERS”.
All the sneakers under “OPEN” have a deadline to enter. Once that deadline arrives you can no longer enter that drawing. In order to enter the drawing, tap on the shoe you’d like to win and then tap on “ENTER”. Once you’ve done that, you’re all set! A winner will be chosen at random and his/her Twitter handle will be announced on the Kicks on Fire website as well as through the KicksOnFire’s IG Stories.
All winners will be notified through email soon after the drawing has ended. Tip: The random winner that is selected must provide a valid email and Twitter handle when signing up through the KicksonFire app. If you don’t have either of those two, you will not be eligible to win. So please be sure you provide a valid email and Twitter handle when signing up.
Will announce who the #FreeKicks winners are on a weekly basis. Additionally, we will also inform you of when the next drawing will be, what the deadline is and what shoes are up for grabs! All of this will be done both on the site and our KicksOnFire IG.
Why Sneaker Shops Use Raffles And What To Do About It – Six Figure …
03/08/2020 ~ Mohammad Yousaf
Hello avid readers and to the new comers, welcome. Today I come to you with something different however just as informative. It’s about raffles and why they’re used by sneaker shops today.
Is it a scam, a scheme to somehow increase their revenue? Or is it simply to help consumers out? Keep on reading for more details.
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There are many ways to cop sneakers and raffles are just one of them in this multi-billion Dollar market. So let’s get right to it!
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What Are Raffles?
If you’re new on the sneaker reselling scene or the sneakerhead fan-base in general. You may ask yourself, what are raffles? Well newbie, raffle is just another word a lucky draw. Well, kind of.
To put it simply, a lucky draw is free to play while a draw is a pay to play kind of deal. Still confused? I’ll explain further.
In a raffle, when you get a ticket you’re basically paying for a chance to win a new sneaker. Not paying for it directly. Once you win, you shall receive a call being asked to pick up your new pair for retail price.
Why is that such a prize you may ask? Well every re-seller and sneakerhead knows that getting your hands on a limited release is a prize in itself. As you may have seen in one of our articles such as the march 2020 best shoes to resell.
A lot of these sneakers are gold and can earn you a hefty profit even if you pay for the retail. For Example:
Nike Air Yeezy 2 Red October
Retail Price: $250
Peak Resell: $10, 240
Release Date: 02/09/2014
As you can see these kicks can earn you a massive profit of $9, 990 at peak resale. Would you not line up outside shops to snatch a pair like this in the future?
Now since some shoes are so highly anticipated because of expected high resale value that there are often lines that are miles long. That is where the first reason comes in as to why sneaker shops use raffles.
Why Do Sneaker Shops Use Them?
Miles Long Waiting Lines
Have ever seen people lining up, possibly for hours to get a the new iphone. Well that is nothing compared to the sneaker world as some people actually wait days. That’s right, days!
In New-Castle England for example, people queued for 3 days. Some traveling 300 miles to get their hands on the Nike Air Max 90’s at the END clothing line.
The police were called in due to there being a massive gathering. Turns out 500 people showed up to grab the sneakers, some having set up camp while being there for days.
One man even needed medical attention and had to be attended to immediately!
The long lines were a massive problem however, that was the least of the worries.
Violence In Sneaker Queues
People have always craved what they can’t have and some resort to violence to get it. Unfortunately, a lot of violence has ensued over the years before raffles were a thing and long queues were common.
In 2013 in California, the Air Jordan Gamma XI’s released and were highly anticipated. People in a hurry get into all sorts of trouble and as a result a fight ensued leaving several injured.
No one was arrested as the police arrived too late. This however, happened all over the country after the release of the Air Jordan 1 Gamma XI.
In March 2014 in New York City, the Jordan Future released with a hand full of Colorways. It was pretty limited and sought after, causing lines of people waiting to buy the pair.
At a store called Flight 23, people rushed through the entrance crushing a woman that felt threatened. She pulled out her pepper spray and sprayed at the crowd possibly in frustration.
luckily police arrived at the scene and handled the situation.
April 2014 in New York City, there was a line at a Foot Locker for the Nike Air Foamposite Pro Yeezy.
A 15-year-old boy tried cutting the line and was shot in the foot. The boy survived however the shoe was delayed until 11 am and was sold out by 6 pm.
Various other instances have occurred which even proved to be fatal for many people. These incidents wee becoming widespread so one of the reasons sneaker shops use raffles is to avoid such incidents.
On the other hand, there are also more positive reasons
Luckily online sneaker shops also hold raffles for other reasons such as charities. A notable example is when Eminem and StockX Joined forces to help raised funds for hurricane victims.
After the devastation that was hurricane Irma and Harvey, the two were kind enough to help out massively.
The raffle worked like this. Every $10 donated entitles one entry for the donor which is a chance to win a valuable sneaker. The funds raised were $440, 000 which was matched by Eminem.
Combat Sneaker Bots
The latest way sneaker shops, retailers and companies use raffles is to combat those pesky bots. They don’t like bots as shops prefer their customers to be, well, human.
Nike in 2015 held a raffle where they did just that. To enter, you’ll need to follow the particular store and wait for a link. Then you sign in through a verified Nike+ account, enter your size and wait for confirmation.
Winners are emailed and given details on where to pick up. The good part about this was there was no need to hurry so it made things a little less stressful.
What to Do About It?
2 words. Raffle Bots. As sneaker manufacturers have gotten smarter, so have the re-sellers and their bots. Today you can use an array of various bots to enter raffles and win through ingenious methods.
The raffle bot includes features such as account creators, rapid checkout tools, keyword monitors and more.
BNB AIO Bot and the Better Nike bot are examples. The ultimate may be on the expensive side but a good investment.
For example, the Better Nike Bot has the DAN Feature which helps you enter a large number of accounts for raffles.
Raffles initially started to reduce the amounts of violence during release events. They were also held for charity events. Re-sellers however created programmes called bots to cop them faster than anyone else and sell for a profit.
As the sneaker manufacturers evolved to combat these bots, so did the programmers and their bots. Better Nike Bot and BNB AIO bots are good examples of bots that combat raffles.
Well I hope you guys learned something new today. Some love them some hate them but to level the playing field in the reselling game. Bots are a necessity.
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