By JEFFREY WOOD, Associated Press • AUGUST 25, 2018 12:17:04 It’s not unusual to get a pair of sneakers from the same brand or manufacturer for the same price as an entire sneaker.
But that can be difficult to determine if you’re buying an individual pair.
Now, Nike and Adidas are looking to change that with a new shoe buyback program that lets you choose the brand and color of sneakers you want to get, whether they’re a pair or a collection.
Under Armour’s shoe buybacks start July 1, and Nike’s will begin July 15.
The company has a $1 million prize pool.
Nike and Under Armor say the buyback programs will allow consumers to pick between the brand of shoes they want and the color they want, and also between pairs and collections.
The Nike shoe buyouts are expected to begin on July 15 in the U.S., and the Under Armour shoe buydowns will start on July 21.
They’ll be available online, through Apple stores and at select retailers.
The brands have also launched the Nike+ program that will allow users to purchase shoes with any brand or color they’d like.
To learn more, read “How to buy Nike, Under Armour and other shoes online.”
How to get sneakers for less on eBay and other sellers A couple weeks ago, I reported on how to buy cheap sneakers at eBay and find good deals.
But, it turns out you can also buy sneakers online through the online shoe marketplace eBay for a fraction of the price.
I originally got my hands on the shoes from an eBay seller named Bob.
He sells a lot of low-end sneakers that are made by Nike and under Under Armour brands, but he also sells some Nike Air Jordans and Underarmor Air Jordan 5s.
When I tried to buy the sneakers, he said the seller had already sold them and would sell them back.
But when I asked for more information about the sneakers and asked for a copy of the receipt, he sent me a long list of email addresses and phone numbers that showed the seller did not have a physical inventory of the shoes.
It also showed the sellers’ email address was registered to a fake eBay account.
I didn’t buy the shoes for the money, I bought them for the fun of it. eBay is taking steps to prevent sellers from fraud.
The site is working to remove the fake accounts and tracking numbers, according to a post on its website.
It is also using a new, automated process to flag suspicious activity on its site that it believes may have been created by a seller who has the same email address.
“It’s our intent to identify and block accounts that have been used to sell counterfeit goods or engage in illegal activity,” said eBay Vice President of Products Ryan McDonough in a blog post.
But eBay is not the only place that’s cracking down on sellers of counterfeit sneakers.
Amazon has a “Buy It Now” section that lets users buy sneakers for a dollar or less, but those items have to be returned within a day or a week.
Amazon said in a statement that it will remove items that appear to be counterfeit, and if a buyer’s email address or phone number match the seller, it will issue a refund.