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Sneakers Published: June 7, 2018 Updated: June 12, 2018  |  WORDS: Amirul Shazzani

No bots, no lineups: Limited Edt to release Yeezy sneakers via Frenzy mobile app

Looking to cop the upcoming Yeezy 500 Supermoon Yellow drop? You might want to download the Frenzy app first.

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The Yeezy 500 Supermoon Yellow will be the first sneaker to drop using the Frenzy app in Singapore
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Limited Edt is looking to shake things up a bit with the way you cop sneakers. Here’s the lowdown.

In a recent Instagram post, Singapore’s premier sneaker store announced that there will be a number of ways you can get your hands on the Yeezy 500 Supermoon Yellow which drops this Saturday, June 9. But this mention of a method using the Frenzy app by Shopify certainly caught our eye.

“We have teamed up with @frenzy.app to launch some pairs through Frenzy. Frenzy is a mobile app created by Shopify designed to provide sneakerheads equal opportunities to cop highly coveted sneakers with the elimination of bots!” – Limited Edt via Instagram.

The Frenzy mobile app aims to provide a different online experience by actually giving you a fair chance at copping exclusive drops. Better yet, you get to skip the queue and not have to worry about fighting with pesky sneaker bots. Brands like adidas, Anti Social Social Club and Billionaire Boys Club, among others, have also used the app for highly covetable releases. But Limited Edt will be the first store in Singapore to release sneakers this way.

Here’s how you can cop the Yeezy 500 Supermoon Yellow, which will drop this Saturday, June 9, at 11am (Singapore Time).

How to cop
Note: This method of release is only open to iOS users.

1) Download the Frenzy mobile app on the App Store
2) Be in the designated 313 @ Somerset dropzone until the end of the countdown
3) Tap on the screen and select your size
4) Complete purchase via Apple Pay only
5) Collect your successfully purchased pair at LE Vault @ Somerset 313

It won’t guarantee you a pair, but it’s definitely a fresh take on sneaker drops in Singapore.

What do you think of this method of copping sneakers? Leave your thoughts in the comments section below.

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