While I was shopping at Nike UK last week for my latest running trainers (I just love the latest designs and had to buy them) I came across a couple of options for a Nike discount code to use on my purchases at the checkout of Nike UK. I found lots of vouchers but none that really worked for the UK site as many of them expired. Poor me, had to pay full price for my running shoes. Oh well they are worth the money without a discount code applied.
Anyway, when I got these new Nike trainers in the post two days later I noticed they had some limited edition leaflets inside that entitled me to the newest Nike logo and their many designs. I jumped at the chance and quickly followed the link, filled in the online form and eagerly awaited my fancy new Nike Swoosh stickers and leaflets. Once they can I was a very happy bunny. I’ve got a piece of corporate brand artwork that was both a limited edition and is one of the most recognised logos in the world. Happy me!
The next time I wanted to purchase some running pants for when it gets a bit chilly later in the year so I also decided to shop at Nike UK, found the pair of running pants I wanted, added these to the basket and noticed the ‘enter your Nike promo code here’ box and started to look for a discount code on the voucher site I use quite often. I’ll tell you about these sites more in another post.
Again, the delivery day arrived, I got my Nike City men’s running pants and tried them on. Perfect fit. Yay to me once more. It seems I’ve grown very fond of the Nike brand and they started to be my first choice for sports and fitness gear. I don’t know how this happened, as they do cost more, but they have a certain quality with them and it makes you feel confident that you’re getting the best gear for the best price. This stuff in combination with a working discount code and Nike is the place to shop.
I’ll talk more about the history of the Nike logo in my next post.