Crocs is sharing a pair for healthcare! The shoe company is donating a FREE pair of its iconic shoes to frontline health workers, in a show of support for their heroic efforts in these challenging times.
A limited number of shoes is given away each day — but that number is 10,000 pairs a day, according to the Crocs Facebook page.
Here’s how to get your free pair: If you’re a doctor, nurse, or other frontine provider, just head to the Crocs giveaway page at noon on any weekday. Click on the “Continue to Request” button and you’ll be placed in a virtual queue. (If the button isn’t there, it means the offer limit has been reached for the day.)
When you get to the front of the queue, you’ll be asked to provide your work email, state, and facility name. After that, you’ll pick your preference for shoes, plus size and shipping information. Please note that colors, styles, and quantities are subject to availability.
The daily limit on free shoes runs out quickly — so be ready to go right at noon!
If you will be working at noon, you may want to ask a friend or a relative to enter for you – make sure they have all the information they’ll need to verify your workplace and order shoes in your size.
On the Crocs Facebook page, some comments indicated the wait to get through can be as long as an hour, so be prepared to wait and have something to do while you’re sitting there.
The URL you need to request a free pair is www.crocs.com/freeforhealthcare
If you’re not able to get a free pair of Crocs, you can shop the sale pages. Crocs is offering 30% off Crocs work shoes and select spring crocs. With the discount, several styles of work crocs are just $28
Don’t forget – Starbucks is offering free coffee to frontline healthcare workers and first responders too!
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