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tylerburleigh
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A bot using Node.js / puppeteer that buys a Nike shoe when it drops

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nike-buy-bot

This is a simple bot using Node.js / puppeteer that buys a Nike shoe when it drops.

Prerequisites

  • Node.js
  • git command-line tools
  • A text editor (I recommend Notepad++)
  • A Nike.com account with a credit card already saved to the account for pre-filling

Install Node.js

  • Install Node.js (LTS)
  • Test your Node.js installation: First open a terminal (in Windows, you can do
    WIN + R
    then type
    cmd
    and hit
    ENTER
    ), then type
    node -v
    and you should see something like
    v10.16.0
    (the current version as of right now).

Install git

  • Install git
  • Test your git installation: First open a terminal (in Windows, you can do
    WIN + R
    then type
    cmd
    and hit
    ENTER
    ), then type
    git --version
    and you should see something like
    git version 2.8.1.windows.1
    (the current version as of right now).

Getting started

  1. Clone this repository using git
  • Open a terminal (in Windows, you can do
    CTRL + R
    then type
    cmd
    and hit
    ENTER
    )
  • Enter the following:

git clone https://github.com/tylerburleigh/nike-buy-bot.git
  1. Make sure you are in the bot directory within the terminal

cd nike-buy-bot
  1. Install the Node.js dependencies

npm install
  1. Using a text editor, edit the
    bot.js
    file in the bot directory. In this file, look for the section called
    Parameters to set
    . These are the parameters to change:
  • user
  • pass
  • cv_code
  • size
  • url
  • debug
  • buy
  1. Run the bot

Once you've configured the bot, you can run it

node bot.js

Ideally, you would run it right around the time of the drop.

Screenshots

The bot works in a series of 9 "rounds", which include loading the shoe page, finding and clicking the desired shoe size, adding it to the cart, logging into your Nike.com account, and submitting an order.

Round 1 - Loading the shoe page

Round 1 - Loading the shoe page

Round 2 - Finding/scrolling to the size selectors

Round 2 - Finding/scrolling to the size selectors

Round 3 - Clicking the desired shoe size selector

Round 3 - Clicking the desired shoe size selector

Round 4 - Scrolling to the add-to-cart button

Round 4 - Scrolling to the add-to-cart button

Round 5 - Clicking the add-to-cart button

Round 5 - Clicking the add-to-cart button

Round 6 - Logging in when the login modal appears

Round 6 - Logging in when the login modal appears

Round 7 - Entering the 3-digit credit card validation

Round 7 - Entering the 3-digit credit card validation

Round 8 - Clicking the "Save & Continue" button

Round 8 - Clicking the "Save & Continue" button

Round 9 - Clicking the "Submit Order" button

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