A former Nike worker reveals how you can get a free pair of sneakers as she reveals the store’s secrets

A former retail worker who spent five years in a Nike store showed customers how to get a new pair of trainers for free.

The woman, who appears to be from the United States, said you can simply exchange an old pair for brand-new shoes within one year of purchase, assuming they are “defective.”

The woman revealed how she worked at a Nike store in the US for five years, so she is aware of the store's policies

4

The woman revealed how she worked at a Nike store in the US for five years, so she is aware of the store’s policiesCredit: Tik Tok
She said if your shoes

4

She said that if your shoes are “damaged” you can easily exchange them for new ones – even after you wear them.Credit: Tik Tok

In the clip she posted on TikTok, the woman, who is now a hairdresser, explained: “A defect is any normal wear of the shoes.”

While holding the Nike shoe on camera, she explained, a “flaw” could mean a faded or worn Nike mark on the side of the shoe, for example, or if the front of the shoe had started to peel off.

Another reason to get a free pair could be that the laces are breaking on your current pair, or that some Nike styles have “pops” of air.

“None of those are faulty,” she said. “So what they’ll do is give them back to you in case there’s a defect, give you a gift card and you’ll be able to buy a new pair.”

Her video drew a response from cheerful shoppers with the idea of ​​getting a free pair of shoes.

However, many remained skeptical until a woman revealed that she had registered a new pair for her son using this hack.

She wrote, “Go online and fill out the form. Just look at the label inside the shoes for the dates. I just made my son’s shoes.”

Shoelaces broken, faded logo and

4

Broken shoelaces, a faded logo, and a “pop” bubble are all things considered a “defect.”Credit: Tik Tok

She explained that she did so only last month and that her son received a $200 gift voucher to spend online.

Some people have argued the time you can return the pair, and many have suggested it is only 30 days.

Although it is not known whether the same policy applies to Nike UK, the returns policy states that “Defective or defective products can be returned with valid proof of purchase within two years of order delivery or the date of purchase from the store.”

Nike UK also has a similar policy, although a free pair is not always guaranteed

4

Nike UK also has a similar policy, although a free pair is not always guaranteedcredit: scientific

According to the website: “If your item is defective or has a defect and it has been less than 30 days since purchase, simply choose one of the options above to return the item. If it has been more than 30 days since your purchase, please contact us to return the item.”

It continues: “Defective or defective products can be returned with valid proof of purchase within two years of order delivery or the date of purchase in store. Some Nike products have specific written warranties and/or warranties. Please refer to the product label, tag, or warranty card for returns instructions. specified”.

So while there is a chance of getting a gift voucher for a new pair of shoes, that’s not always the case – but it’s definitely worth a try.

For more retail store secrets, Poundland workers reveal bargain store secrets – including customers POOING on the floor.

Plus, a former River Island employee reveals store secrets – like how to carry clothes for £1.50 and why staff always praise you.

And the Pandora worker reveals how to catch the replacement jewels for free.

Holly and Phil have left their mouths open for over £90,000 electronically hooked coaches

Leave a Comment