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How to Jig Your Address (and More) for Sneaker Botting

Many shoes, one home? No problem.

how to jig an address

I can’t say this enough – sneaker sites don’t like botters. Why? Because botters know how to steal the stock, leaving nothing for those who play by the rules. That’s why most online retailers limit purchases to one pair per customer to make everyone happy. But that doesn’t work for sneaker cooks. How can you be satisfied with just one pair, right?

Don’t worry. The veterans of the game found a loophole a long time ago. Here’s their key to success: if stores are only allowing you to purchase one pair, you must pretend to be as many different customers at once. How can you do it? Well, you’ve already heard about sneaker bots and proxies, right? Now, it’s time to get to know another crucial technique every sneakerhead uses – address jigging.

Continue reading this article, and you’ll be jigging your way through the checkout in no time!

Why Would You Want to Jig Your Address?

Even if you’re a newbie, address jigging is not a complicated concept to grasp. Yet, it’s one of the most important processes of the game. So what is jigging? Let me explain.

To jig an address simply means to make the same address look unique by changing it a little. Adding a string of random characters can let you reuse one address for several purchases. But why would you even need to do that?

As I’ve already mentioned, sneaker sites want to keep the bots at bay. That’s why they check every purchase. If they find multiple orders made with the same address, they know for sure that a bot is behind them. Sneaker sites aren’t kind to them. Once they figure it out, retailers immediately cancel all of the botter’s purchases.

If you want to cop multiple sneakers, don’t forget to jig your billing information!

What Else Can (and Should) You Jig?

Let’s get one thing straight – jigging is not only for addresses. You can jig other details too, such as:

  • Your name
  • Email address
  • Shipping address
  • Phone number
  • Credit card number 

Jigging all of these details will help to make your billing profiles as unique as possible. This way, you’ll slip through anti-bot checkups like a pro.

Now, let me teach you exactly how jigging works.

Name Jigging

If you’re using a virtual card, jigging your name will be easy. Most virtual credit cards don’t have a name on them, which means that you can put whatever name you want in your billing and shipping details.

Keep in mind that thousands of people share both their first and last names, so not changing your name shouldn’t cancel your order, at least not from every site.

Also, it’s important not to get carried away with creating fake names. Before changing your name, consider your location and shipping method – some carriers or mail services may want to ID you before handing over your package.

Store-Specific Name Jigs

To cop from YeezySupply and Supreme, you don’t have to jig your name. But if you’re not willing to take any chances, you can change your first name. If your card has a name on it, use the last name specified on the card.

For Footsites, I recommend using different first and last names. Also, make sure that your catch-all email or Gmail accounts have the same name.

Things can get tricky when it comes to Shopify because each store has its own cancellation procedure.

If you’re copping from KithJimmy Jazz, and DTLR, make sure to use a unique name for each of your billing profiles. To avoid triggering any red flags at other Shopify stores, use a virtual card and choose your real last name. You can only jig your first name.

Email Jigging

The general advice is to use different emails for each of your profiles. The safest option is to use well-known email services, such as Gmail or Yahoo. However, many sneakerheads are using something called catch-all emails.

A catch-all email account is simply a service that collects mail sent to a particular domain. This account will gather all emails sent to that domain even if the recipient doesn’t exist.

If you want to use this method, you’ll have to set up a domain. But let me tell you something right off the bat – you need to use reputable domains. In the past, most sneakerheads were using .club domains, but recently many of them started to fail. Using .com domains is pricey but effective.

Store-Specific Email Jigs

When copping from Supreme and YeezySupply, it’s important to use different emails. Gmail is the best option, but you can also try using catch-all accounts as long as the domain is good.

The same goes for Footsites. You can take a step further and make sure that the first and last name in your billing details matches the email recipient. For example, if you use Isabel Rivera’s name, match it with the email [email protected] or something similar.

You should follow the same tips when copping on Shopify stores like KithJimmy Jazz, and DTLR. Keep in mind that they’re particularly strict when it comes to emails. So, you must use a different email for each billing profile.

Phone Number Jigging

Jigging phone numbers is simple – just type in random digits. However, you should never change the area code in any of your phone numbers! The area code should match the one assigned to your credit card. Also, make sure that you’re using different phone numbers.

Credit Card Jigging

You might think that I’ll advise you to use random numbers here too. Too bad – it doesn’t work that way. Credit card jigging actually means using different cards for each billing profile.

Store-Specific Credit Card Jigs

Supreme requires you to use 1 card per order. If you refuse to follow this rule, you’ll probably get your details banned.

YeezySupply is less strict. You can use the same card for 3 to 6 orders, but no more than that.

Use different cards for each profile you run on Footsites and Shopify to play it safe.

Shipping Address Jigging

Now let me explain to you the crucial part – how to jig billing and shipping addresses.

There are several different methods. Some work better for particular stores. However, using a variation of these is always the best approach.

Pro tip: While this information is unconfirmed, to avoid any risks, you should use your billing address the same as your shipping address.

1. Three-letter jig. The easiest and most common address jig is putting 3 random letters in front of your address. You can also use a combination of 3 random numbers.

Original addressJigged address
75450 Proxyway Floridaabc 75450 Proxyway Florida


xyz 75450 Proxyway Florida.

2. Abbreviation jig. Does your address contain words like street or road? Try using abbreviations. Follow this link to find all acceptable abbreviations.

Original addressJigged address
75450 Proxyway road Florida75450 Proxyway rd. Florida

3. Random apartment, floor, and room numbers. If you live in a residential house, you can add an apartment number to your address.

Original addressJigged address
75450 Proxyway Florida75450 Proxyway apartment 0 Florida

However, if you’re actually living in an apartment, you shouldn’t use random numbers for your apartment. Instead, put in a room or floor number. Here’s what it looks like: 75450 Proxyway Apartment 34 Room 3 Florida or 75450 Proxyway Apartment 34 Floor 3 Florida

4. Random spaces and other symbols. Instead of random numbers or letters, you can try using commas, spaces, and other symbols without compromising your delivery or getting your order canceled. Here are a few examples:

Original addressJigged address
75450 Proxyway Apartment 34 Floor 3 Florida75450 Proxyway Apar,tment 34 Fl oor 3 Florida


75450 Pro,xyway Apartment 34 Fl oor 3 Florida

5. Extended zip code. An extended zip code has four extra digits. These digits usually represent the destination post office or delivery area. You use random numbers here, but don’t forget to use a dash.

Original zip zodeJigged zip code

Store-Specific Address Jigs

Supreme ships via UPS, so the package should reach you even if your address is jigged. Using 3 letters at the beginning of the address should work the best. However, you can try using the same address several times – this should not ruin your chances.

To cop from Yeezy Supply, you don’t have to jig that much. Keep it light – abbreviations are the best option here.

For Footsites, it’s best to use a 3 letter jig, especially if you’re ordering with virtual cards. However, if you’re copping with hard cards – don’t jig at all.

Shopify requires a variation of these methods. Don’t forget to analyze what worked best for you after the cop.

Using an Address Jigger

When you need many different addresses, jigging can become a tedious process. That’s why there are several tools available for automatic jigging. You can find some of them online for free. Others can be found at cook groups. However, it’s hard to say whether they’re always useful.

If you decide to use one, you still need to check every address to make sure that it’s still usable. Also, address jiggers aren’t that “smart,” so you still need to put in some work to get a wide variation of addresses. Yet, if you want to put random numbers at the beginning of the address line, they should work just fine.

Isabel Rivera
Isabel Rivera
Caffeine-powered sneaker enthusiast