Is The Retail Correction Worth It?

Is The Retail Correction Worth It?

Is The Retail Correction worth it? Well, we may be a tad biased (okay, maybe a lot), but we genuinely believe we are worth every dollar. Hear us out, with a membership you get access to all of this:

  • Automatically entered in to our weekly raffles for free, or retail priced sneaker grails
  • Access to retail priced sneakers at amazing prices, with new products uploaded weekly every Saturday at 5PM AEDT
  • Occasional access to under retail pairs, for instance Yeezy 350 bones at $299 for all our members(RRP $360)
  • The ability to refer your friends and family, receiving $25 for every person you get to sign up 

Picture this: it's Saturday, and you're glued to your phone, eagerly awaiting our drop time. You've got our Instagram notifications turned on, waiting for us to release the password for the website at 5PM AEDT, you're refreshing our website, and bam! You get the Instagram notification with this weeks password, you rush to put it in. You're in! New products at fantastic prices. But here's the kicker – if you're too slow, they're gone in the blink of an eye, sometimes in as little as 30 seconds, others with more stock might take a few minutes or hours. 

Now, tell us, is that thrill worth it? We think so. Sure, we might be a tad biased, but with exclusive access to limited stock and unbeatable deals, being a member of The Retail Correction is like being part of a secret club for savvy shoppers.

If that hasn't convinced you... Imagine being a member just for the amazingly priced kicks, and receiving an email from our team informing you know that you've just won a pair of Off white Jordan 1 UNCs in the size of your choice.

So, if you're ready for the adrenaline rush of snagging must-have, previously sold out items, before they vanish, then yes, The Retail Correction is most definitely worth it. What are you waiting for? Give us a shot;) With over 1000 happy members and over $4,000,000 in retail priced merchandise sold, why can't you be next?

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