This holiday season is loaded with back-to-back Yeezys releasing. It just started off with the super limited Semi Frozen Yellow and will conclude with the Blue Tints in December. In between, we’ve got Calabasas track pants, a grey Powerphase, and of course the Yeezy Boost Beluga 2.0. It’s safe to say there’s enough Yeezy to go ’round for everyone this Yeezy season. SoÂ let’s go over the basics of how to cop the Beluga 2.0.
Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Beluga 2.0 Stock Level
Copping any Yeezy Boost is always a challenge, but unlike the Yeezy Boost “Yebra”, copping the Beluga 2.0 will be easier, because of its stock level. Based on NEWS by Yeezy Mafia, the Beluga 2.0 will be dropping on Footsites, Adidas, Yeezy Supply, and distributed to Consortium stores.Â The stock level is OK and according to this tweet, it’s actually going to be a “feast”!
We’ve all seen how limited the Semi Frozen Yellow “Yebra” was, but hopefully, no one will experience the devastation of not coppingÂ when the Beluga drops next Saturday.
Likewise, the Yeezy Blue Tints are also said to have a relatively low stock. When asked if the Beluga 2.0’s stock will be bigger than the Blue Tints, the Yeezy Mafia said, “Yes”. So, with the Beluga 2.0 having the highest stock level this season, you actually stand a chance at copping. Dare I say, even more than just one pair!
How to Cop the Beluga 2.0 on 11/25
The coppingÂ procedure is almost the same with every Yeezy Boost release. But dealing with a large release that will be distributed to many stores can get a little complicated. But here are things you could do to make your life less of a living hell.
Stay Updated on Twitter
Updates about where to cop the Beluga 2.0 will keep on coming as the release date draws closer. Obviously, you don’t want to miss out on any valuable information. Make sure you follow the right people on Twitter so you know which stores will be releasing the YeezyÂ next Saturday.
Buy In Store/Raffles
Find out whether or not your local Adidas store or other international chain stores will be selling the Yeezy in store. Learn if you can camp-out to get the shoe on a first come, first served basis, or if you’ll need to enter a raffle. Raffles will offer you a chance to buy your Yeezys without needing to stand in line.
Most stores will run raffles instead of working on a first come, first served basis. So they’ll have you leave your name, number/email, and shoe size. However, if you’re chosen among the top 10, but they don’t have your size, they’ll move on to a more lucky person.
Join all the kinds of Yeezy raffles and giveaways you can during this season. This way, you’re increasing your chances of actually copping.Â As a matter of fact, we’re hosting a giveaway that will run until the end of 2017, so enter for a chance to win Yeezys for FREE.
Use the Confirmed App
When copping Beluga 2.0, just like amost any other Yeezy you can use the Confirmed App to have a chance to buy your shoe. It’s a bit about luck, but more about time management.
First, you register for the product release using the confirmed account, before the signup deadline. The day before the release, the app will remind you of the release. On release day, there is a countdown until the product drops. Here is where you’ll compete for a chance to get your product. Keep in mind that you only have one chance in this case.
AsÂ for now, we’re sorry to inform you that Confirmed App reservations were made. If you had no luck reserving yourself a pair, you’re doomed to cop the hard way.
Cop Online on Adidas
On release day, Adidas will open its sales page for a Yeezy. Stay updated on twitter to know exactly what time they’ll open the site.
Once you’re in the waiting room… you just wait. Every 20-30 seconds, the page will refresh on its own. Adidas will randomly select whether you get into the product page or not. If you get to the product page before the Yeezy is sold out, here is when you need to be quick and add your sneaker to cart. You better not refresh your page or you’ll be sent back to the waiting room queue.
Just wait until you’ve added the sneaker to your cart. You’ll have 10 minutes to complete the purchase once you’re in. Remember that it’s not over until you get a confirmation email. If you don’t, be sure to contact Adidas about it.
Cop Online on Footsites
Bots tend to beatÂ peopleÂ to the chase when it comes to online copping. A lot of Footsites still work on a first come, first serve basis, and bots are way faster than humans obviously. But there’s always a way to work around this even if you don’t have a bot. Check this Sneaker CoppingGuideÂ