Soccer.com dates back to 1984 when it existed as a mail-order catalog, until it joined the World Wide Web in 1994. Despite a change in where it sells its products, Soccer.com is still a family-owned business that values high-quality soccer footwear and jerseys. It stocks a range of top, international brands including Adidas, New Balance and Nike.
Find everything you could ever need from soccer equipment to apparel and footwear, and get it all at the best price. Get even better value when you use Soccer.com coupons combined with these money-saving tips.
How to Get the Best Deal with Soccer.com
There are many ways to get a great deal on Soccer.com. Click on Sale in the top right of the homepage to access the following categories and get the biggest discounts:
- Head straight to the Sale page to get the latest deals on soccer equipment. You can save up to 75% on footwear and apparel.
- For even bigger reductions, check out the Outlet page, where you can save hundreds of dollars on bulk-buy soccer balls from some of your favorite names.
Save More with the Goal Club
Join the Goal Club for just $10 to become a lifetime member and get savings on every order. When logged into your account, you'll be able to see member-exclusive Soccer.com deals next to each product. What's more, you also earn points with these reduced prices. You'll get 1 point for every $1 spent, and once you have 300 points, you'll receive a $10 Soccer.com discount code to spend online. You actually don't need to spend any money to start earning points because you can also earn by following, sharing and liking Soccer.com on social media.
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Mystery Grab Bag
If there is anything you need to consider right now, it is the soccer.com Mystery Footwear Grab Bag. This year, the North Carolina based retailer decided to put all their “sell-off” boots on sale for $100 in mystery packages, instead of hosting an annual warehouse sale. For online buyers, this is a huge coup. You won’t know exactly which pair you’ll be getting, but picking up a pair of $150 to $200 boots for a hundred bucks is an incredible deal. Plus, there is another offer on the same top tier boots for just $75. The difference in the two offers is that cheaper boots were returned, and might feature a scuff or two. If you need a top tier boot, and don’t mind a few scratches here and there, this is an extraordinary offer.
Test and Return Shoes, No Questions Asked
You can return a pair of shoes within 30 days, even if you've tested them out on the field. This offer applies to all shoes except those in the Mystery Grab Bag Footwear collection and shoes that have been customized. To get free return shipping, just use the return label provided with your delivery.
What Are Tiers?
In order to distinguish different performance features of boots, we basically break them into different tiers.
Elite Tier – This category accounts for special edition boots we see brands release. You will often hear them referred to as Top Tier, which also works. Examples include the Nike Mercurial Superfly and Adidas X15+ Primeknit.
Top Tier – The boots pro players wear. Performance is key for this category, with less emphasis on durability. The cleats range from $150 to $220 in price. Examples include the Puma evoSPEED, Adidas Ace15 and Nike Hypervenom Phinish.
Mid Tier – This tier includes much more affordable boots that feature extra material through the upper part of the cleat. In turn, this increases the longevity of the boots. Prices range from $80 to $150. Examples include the Nike Mercurial Veloce, Adidas Gloro and Under Armour Speedform.
Economy Tier – Releases that are basically entry level boots. They don’t offer much in the way of performance and are essentially cut-to-the-bone boots with the only similarity being visual appearance to their big brothers. Prices vary from $40 to $80. Examples include Adidas Messi 15.3, Joma Champion Cup and Nike Magista Onda.
Anything that is released with an original retail price under $40 should be avoided (unless you are looking at junior sizes of course).
Think Outside Top Tier
You might think that buying the most expensive pair of boots is going to give you the best performance. In general, this is not the case. Top tier boots are designed specifically for pro players, and pro players like to wear a pair for a game or two before switching to a brand new pair. Durability is not a word typically associated with these boots. If you follow the lead of pro players, you’ll be dropping $200 every second weekend. Realistically, that’s probably not a good plan for most folks, and as a result, scouring the second tier market is worth your time. Brands place more of an emphasis on durability and sturdier materials with second tier releases. Nike, in particular, has an excellent selection of mid-tier boots that provide exceptional performance and a much longer lifespan.
Last Season’s Top Tier
If you need to buy a top tier release, make sure to take a look at last season’s models. Not only are they usually on sale, but if can find a clearance discount coupon, you can get them below mid-tier release prices. It’s without a doubt the best way to snag a top deal. The important thing here is not to be afraid of last season’s model. In most cases, brands are forced to produce “updated“ models that really don’t perform as well as their predecessor. One key example is the Puma evoPOWER series. If you can find a pair of the first series, buy them! They received boot of the year for 2014, whereas the second generation has gotten only modest reviews.
Sales and Coupon Codes
When a retailer offers a discount code, head straight to the clearance or sale section. Case in point, the 20 percent off clearance sale that Nike has every quarter. When you add it to a pair of boots that are already discounted, you’re going to get big savings. The important thing is knowing which boots are worth their price. During the last Nike sale in October, the cleats to get were the Nike Magista Orden, originally $155 and on sale for $119.97. With 20 percent off, the price dropped to $95.97. If you join Nike+ (for free), you also get free shipping. Not a bad deal at all.
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