Member Benefit: Nike Co. Store Invite Period Runs Oct. 14-Nov. 10
The Nike Company Store has extended a special invitation for OGA Members to shop the store and receive discounts of 40 percent on most merchandise. The invitation period is scheduled to begin on Monday, Oct. 14 and conclude on Sunday, Nov. 10.
What you'll need at check in:
Regular photo identification.
Proof of OGA Membership. Members who joined/renewed prior to Oct. 11, 2019 will have their name on a list at the check in area. Members who join/renew on or after Oct. 11 will need to prove membership by displaying a GHIN card (printed version or digital version on the GHIN mobile app - call OGA if you have questions). Click here for links to download the GHIN mobile app.
Please Read the Following Stipulations For Member (and Guests):
Invitation is valid for ONE-TIME entry.
OGA Members are allowed to bring unlimited guests that are a spouse, permanent partner and/or their own dependent children - but those guests must also meet criteria below.
The OGA Member's guest must provide proof of the same address to accompany the OGA Member into the store. (If there is some reason the ID’s do not have the same address as the OGA Member, the guest can bring in a piece of mail that confirms they share the same address.)
The OGA Member's dependent children must adhere to the following criteria: they are 22 or younger with the same address as the OGA Member. Children 15 or older are required to show some form of identification (children 14 and under do not require identification). Children that are 24 or younger with a valid college identification card can also accompany the OGA Member to the store.
Attendees are kindly asked to refrain from wearing any competitor brands in the store.
Select merchandise may be available to employees only.
Returns with receipt will be refunded based on original method of payment within 30 days of purchase. NO EXCHANGES MAY BE MADE.
*** NOTICE TO ALL STUDENT-ATHLETES: National Collegiate Athletic Association rules strictly prohibit high school student-athletes from receiving special arrangements or "extra benefits" based upon athletic ability. Shopping the NIKE Company Store is considered by the NCAA to be an "extra benefit," which may lead to the ineligibility of a student-athlete.