What You Need To Know About The Updated Twitter RSVP Process

After ending midnight drops last April, Nike enacted the “Twitter RSVP” service—which has been met with both positive & negative feedback. Now, new changes to the process may make things easier.

According to Nike Inc., participating official Nike Twitter accounts will send a tweet on the RSVP date at a random time to begin the Twitter RSVP process. This tweet will include a product specific hashtag that is circled in a provided image.

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Pictured: Example Tweet from Nike store (left); Image with intended hashtag circled (right) [via Nike]

Then, users must send a Direct Message—or DM— to the store that includes the product-specific hashtag, your first and last name, and shoe size (limit one).

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Pictured: Example DM [via Nike]

A confirmation Direct Message is then sent from the store based on time of RSVP request and available sizes. Users with a confirmation DM are required to pick up the product from the store on launch date during the specified timeframe. All unclaimed items are liable to be re-launched at the store’s discretion.

Nice Kicks made a helpful list of Nike Store Twitter handles, in case you aren’t aware. See below:

NIKETOWN Boston: @NikeBoston
Nike Chicago: @NikeChicago
Nike Dallas: @NikeDallas
Nike Georgetown: @NikeDC
Nike Las Vegas: @NikeLasVegas
Nike Lenox: @NikeLenox
NIKETOWN Los Angeles: @NikeLA
Nike Mall of America: @NikeMallAmerica
Nike Montalban: @NikeMontalban
Nike Portland: @NikePortland
Nike Roosevelt Field: @NikeRooseveltFD
NIKETOWN San Francisco: @NikeSF
Nike Santa Monica: @NikeSantaMonica
Nike Scottsdale: @NikeScottsdale
NIKETOWN Seattle: @NikeSeattle
Nike Toronto: @NikeToronto
Nike 21 Mercer: @21mercer

Take notes on these changes during your next Twitter sneaker bidding war.