GOAT Is Now Accepting Drop-Offs From Sneaker Resellers via Flight Club

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Sneaker selling platform GOAT has unveiled its plans to engage the sneaker community even more: you can now drop off your confirmed sneaker sales at New York and Los Angeles Flight Club locations. Called GOAT Drop-off, those who possess return addresses within 50 miles of the New York or Los Angeles locations will be qualified for the program. Eligible users will be offered a prompt where they can decide whether to have a prepaid shipping label made or drop off the items at the physical locations. The steps for drop-offs are simple — first, show your Seller ID from the GOAT app to a Flight Club associate and then pass your items over to an associate for verification. Once authenticated, the earnings will be deposited into your account. Lastly, drop-offs will need to be made within 72 hours after an order has been confirmed.

Take a look at GOAT’s official FAQ page outlining the new program and see below for effective drop-off hours for two of the Flight Club locations:

Flight Club Los Angeles
Address: 535 N Fairfax Ave Los Angeles, CA 90036
Drop-off Hours: 11AM-7PM PST

Flight Club New York
Address: 812 Broadway New York, NY 10003
Drop-off Hours: 11AM-7PM EST

In related sneaker news, check out the Tom Sachs x Nike Mars Yard Overshoe set to re-release soon.

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