From big cities like Chicago, New York, and Los Angeles, the new system looked to be working better good for Saturday’s big launches. While people were receiving emails either confirming or denying their reservation to purchase either release in-store, there was one bit of confusion customers were experiencing. The fact that people out of state were winning the raffles and receiving confirmed reservations, which had in-state residents mad that out of state customers were taking their pairs away from them.
How many of you guys used the Nike raffle to purchase either Air Jordan 7 release this weekend? For those that succeeded, did you find it beneficial? And for those that either won the raffle out of state and had no plans to make a road trip, or those in-state residents losing out on a reservation opportunity due to the out of state winners, how did you feel about that?
Cast your vote below and leave your thoughts/experience in the comments section regarding Nike’s new raffle system.
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