Here’s a Chance to Win a $10,000 Sneaker Shopping Spree and Buy Rare Shoes at Their Original Retail Price

Adidas Yeezy Boost 700 Wave Runner
Adidas Yeezy Boost 700 Wave Runner.

Black Friday promotions are already beginning to pop up, which means there are plenty of can’t-miss deals to be had for sneakerheads. One you’ll want to follow closely is GOAT’s annual raffle, offering the chance to score some of the most sought-after sneakers at just about their original retail price.

In other words, instead of spending upwards of $1,000 on Kanye West’s coveted Yeezy Boosts, you could pick them for prices that start at $200. Or if you’re one of the many fans still searching for Virgil Abloh’s Off-White x Air Jordan 1, you would have the opportunity to purchase it for $190.

And if the chance to snag these rare shoes at retail isn’t enticing enough, there’s more. GOAT is also raffling off $10,000 in credit that can be used across its entire marketplace including more than 200,000 varieties however the winner sees fit.

Kaws x Air Jordan 4 Kaws x Air Jordan 4 GOAT

GOAT’s Black Friday drawing has become a major event for sneaker enthusiasts,” said Eddy Lu, GOAT’s CEO. “But we understand that some of our users and longtime collectors might want a specific pair that isn’t included in our drawing. So this year, we’re taking it up a notch and also offering the chance to win up to $10,000 in GOAT credit.”

A partial list of sneakers that are included in the raffle are listed below, and more shoes will be added each day through Friday.

For more details and to get the GOAT app, visit

Air Jordan 1 Royal Satin Air Jordan 1 Royal Satin GOAT
Balenciaga Triple S Balenciaga Triple S GOAT
GOAT Black Friday Sneakers that are being offered in the GOAT Black Friday raffle. GOAT
GOAT Black Friday More sneakers from the GOAT Black Friday raffle. GOAT
GOAT Black Friday Yet other sneakers featured in GOAT’s Black Friday offering. GOAT

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