Copping Cheap Yeezys:The High-end Adidas Sneakers Anyone Can Afford

Copping Cheap Yeezys: The High-end Adidas Sneakers Anyone Can Afford

With the major changes in supply and demand of Yeezys, the resale value also changes. There hasn’t been a really exclusive and limited Yeezy since the Yebras. And even those don’t cost as much as they logically should. And even with the decrease in resale value some Yeezys are still very expensive and cost up to 300% over their retail price. But if you’re looking for affordable Yeeyzs, ones that are legit and won’t cost too much, read our list of the top cheap yeezys you can afford at resale.

Where to Buy The Cheapest Yeezys?

Wondering where you can find the best cheap Yeezys? Well, at retail, that’s for sure. No matter how cheap Yeezys can get on the aftermarket, Yeezys at retail still cost less. However, this can change if you’re using a sneaker bot with all the proxies and servers it will need. Copping Yeezys with a bot is most cost-efficient when you’re planning on buying several pairs to sell them later on. But if you’re planning on getting 1 or 2 pairs, go for an affordable sneaker extension bo. Or better yet try to cop those Yeezys at retail.

ATC and Checkout Services

Depending on the Yeezys releasing, the service’s reputation, and its success rate, the slots for Yeezys are priced differently. Sometimes it can cost a tiny $40, and sometimes this fee skyrockets to $220. The best thing about these services is that they’re risk-free. If they don’t get you the sneakers, they don’t charge you any fee. However, the downfall of such services is that you could easily not get the shoes. Due to circumstances that are, clearly, out of your control, you could lose a serious chance at copping those Yeezys you so desperately wanted. But think about it this way, Cheap Yeezys don’t get as cheap as FREE!

Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Butter

Yeezy 350 V2 Butter

After Kanye and Trump rekindled their controversial bromance, some Yeezys took the fans’ reactions right in the resale value. That’s just what happened with the Butters. After waiting for 6 long months without any V2s, everyone thought this release was gonna be a huge one. But apparently not. You can find the Yeezy 350 V2 Butter on StockX for an average of $240. This price, in addition to being a V2,  makes it top our list of cheap Yeezys.

Adidas Yeezy 500 Blush

$234. That’s the average price you’ll need to pay if you wanted to get the Yeezy 500 Blush. A brand new pair of Yeezys that costs $230. What a great time to be alive, sneakerheads!

Yeezy 500 Super Moon Yellow

Who thought for a second, that the Yeezy that once cost $760 would sell for barely its original price? The first time the Yeezy 500 Super moon Yellow dropped was on Yeezysupply and it took part in a 3-pieces bundle that cashed at $760. To be fair, several pairs of the SMY sold for over $1400 when it first dropped. and it made total sense. Resellers were trying to make up for the little fortune they had to pay for a single pair. Now, the average resale price of the Super Moon Yellow is $205. That’s just $5 above the retail price.

Yeezy 500 Utility Black

Selling for an average of $205, the Yeezy 500 utility black is a real steal. An all-black Yeezy that’s actually affordable and stylish that’s what we’re talking about!

Yeezy Powerphase Calabasas

Even if it doesn’t feature boost material or primeknit, the Yeezy Powerphase Calabasas are still Yeezys. Rather cheap Yeezys as well. The retail price of any colorway of this silhouette is $120. This made them quite accessible and coppable to many sneakerheads. And maybe that’s why they didn’t make much or any profit on the secondary market.

You can now buy a black pair for an average of $80, and a grey one for around $130. However, the white pair was able to make some profit. The average resale value of a white Adidas Yeezy powerphase is around $200, but they’re still relatively cheap Yeezys.

Yeezy 350 V2 Cream White

cheap Yeezys cream white

Now, moving on to the much-loved Cream Whites. This Yeezy will now cost you on average $350 on StockX. Although this is still $100+ over retail price, if you look at the elevated costs of buying and running a sneaker bot, these are still rather cheap Yeezys. And if you’re not all-too desperate to get them now, wait until September. The Yeezy Cream White is re-releasing in September in very high stock numbers which will make the resale prices to sink even deeper. So you can expect to pay around $250 at resale, for the cream whites starting September 15th, 2018.

Copping Cheap Yeezys is Not Always Cheap

Sometimes you could be tempted into buying cheap Yeezys that cost less than the retail price. Well, believe me when I say, if it’s too good to be true, then it’s a Fufu. So make sure you only buy those cheap Yeezys from reselling platforms that guarantee authenticity. Otherwise, you’ll get an L, and that little amount you paid would be all gone to waste.

To be fair to other not so cheap Yeezys, the old classic pairs still hold a fairly high value on the market. This is the case of the 750s, and many of the 350s that dropped in 2016, and early 2017. But since Yeezys are Yeezys and it’s sometimes impossible to fork up $700+ for a pair of sneakers, cheap Yeezys are great to cop.