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Nike.com launch policy update

Nike have announced an update to their release policies in an apparent attempt to curb the use of bots to purchase the latest releases on nike.com. According to their new terms any orders determined to have been placed by auto scripting bots are subject to cancellation.

“We believe in a level playing field for product launches on Nike.com. That’s why we don’t authorize the use of automation or scripting methods intended to offer any shopper an unfair advantage. If we determine that an order was placed using one of these methods, we may refuse or cancel the order”

The full product launch tips can be read here

This marks another change to Nike’s launch policies, previous attempts to make releases fair to as many customers as possible have included abandoning first come first serve on limited products in favor of firstly the held cart procedure, followed by holding a spot in line, hashtag RSVPs and the current Twitter link only launches. Despite all these efforts it is clear that Nike’s launch procedures are still far from perfect.

Let us know what you think of this latest amendment to NDC policies in the comments below.

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About weaverthegreat

Sneakers, Hoops and Hip Hop. Representing London, England

2 Responses to “Nike.com launch policy update”

  1. I just hope they don’t cancel real non automated orders by mistake. But I think they’re trying to move in the right direction.

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