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Take Hibbett | City Gear Everywhere<br><br>Shop the latest sneakers, follow upcoming releases, get the latest news on all your favorite kicks, and even enter shoe raffles for up to 3 stores. If the location offers a raffle, you can sign up in the app and get notifications. If not, the app will tell you where to go on launch day. Check out the sneaker launch calendar to know when your next pair of kicks are available.<br><br>Our new app offers all the same features as our website so that shopping & Hibbett Rewards info are now at your fingertips. Manage your Hibbett Rewards, receive offers, and earn Points for your purchases just as if you were on our website. Shop your favorite brands for the latest apparel, team gear, sporting equipment & more.<br><br>Features:<br>- Shop the latest sneaker releases<br>- Sneaker Launch Calendar<br>- Enter raffles for shoes launch<br>- Manage your Hibbett Rewards<br>- Get the latest offers<br>- Earn Points and get Awards<br>- Browse the entire catalog: apparel, team gear & more
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This app works as intended and is pretty much easy to navigate. There are minor annoyances like when I view an item and then back out to the previous page, it sends me all the way to the top of the page. It’s a bit annoying to have to scroll down to the bottom again especially when just searching through items. I also noticed I don’t see a “favorite” or “wish list” option. It’d be nice for the generic heart to be usable to do a quick tap on items I like and have them stored for quick purchase or view at a later time. I may be overlooking it but it would be great to have. PS the recent app update allowing us to look at previous raffle entry information was AMAZING!!!!!!
I only use this app for its raffling system, and it’s really lacking in my opinion. I entered a raffle recently for a pair of sneakers, and I wasn’t given the option or missed the opportunity to select 3 stores, and yet somehow my raffle was entered. Once you’ve entered the raffle, you can’t go back and modify or edit the size or selected stores like you can in the Footlocker, Champs, Finishline, and Footaction apps. The app doesn’t even display your selected stores after your raffle is entered. So as of right now, I don’t have the slightest idea where I would be picking up the sneakers in the event I do win the raffle until that day, because I can’t see what stores were selected. I also have no clue what store to call to check to see where my raffle was entered at because apparently the employees don’t find out until well after the time to confirm your win is closed. Im just gonna assume that it automatically entered me into the stores closest to my area that are participating in the raffle, which is one in a 100 mile radius...
I entered a raffle and according to them you’re supposed to get a PUSH notification on your phone and an email with the results. My app did not notify me of winning but there are time constraints to “winning” the shoes so if you do not stay within those, you “forfeit” your pair. I called customer service to find out how I’m supposed to confirm winning the raffle if I’m never notified by the app and the reps response was “our app isn’t perfect.” The shoes I “won” were for a younger sister that is graduating high school and because of this “imperfect” app she won’t have them. Customer service is very important and I would have liked to have been told it was a mistake on their part and they’ll still allow me to purchase the shoes or either have access to a future raffle, but no. I will NEVER purchase anything from Hibbett or go into another one of their stores. Hopefully your experience with them is better than mine!
I spend tons of money at Hibbett as I have four children and a husband. Usually all is fine. However, today you notified me that I won the Nike air max’s and sent an email at 3:32 tell me that I had until 3:30 to claim my shoe. Then around 6 sent a push notification telling me to go claim it on the app. So, I go to claim my shoe yet again excited only to see my shoe was forfeited. Why did you do that to me twice?? Im So angry. Fix this ish!!! Update 8/3/18 this app is trashhhhh. I have won yet another shoe through a raffle. Your non functional app keeps giving me a time out error. I have deleted and re downloaded the app. Restarted my phone. Tried on an iPad and a different phone for at least an hour. It still won’t work. You all should send notifications in waves or something else this is not effective
This app is awful and you’re never getting my business again. The shoes dropped at 9am and I was on the site at 8:55 then added the shoes to cart. Received endpoint error over 20 times and then another basic error. Then tried URL with slow time. Get your API fixed. The shoes ended up being sold out before I can get them. As a result, my business with hibbett will be discontinued. If you can’t hire resources to fix your app so customers can purchase on drop dates what’s the point. You know in advance highly anticipated items are coming and yet you can’t be prepared for it. Also you should send raffle results a week four days in advance instead of the day before. If the developer responds fix the issue. Tired of getting responses and issues are still there.
Developed by Hibbett Sports.
Hibbett | City Gear is ranking in Shopping & Lifestyle
Last update was at Jan 15, 2020and the current version is 3.16.0.
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Hibbett | City Gear have a 2 616a user reviews.
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