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Rush AIO Bot

By October 27, 2020October 30th, 2020Sneaker Bots, Overviews

Rush was founded in April 2019 and ever since then the team behind the bot has worked to make it one of the top bots on the market. Arguably, it has attained that title from its success and its after market value following that. It is completely CLI based which does create a steeper learning curve for users, however, with the nature of the bot being CLI, this allows for tons of more tasks to be ran compared to a UI based bot. The increased amount of tasks overall leads to more success, however, the CLI nature can be off putting for a lot of people. If you can learn how to operate the bot, then you will be getting yourself a large amount of success and arguably more than other UI based bots. They restock through their designated Twitter page (@RushAIO) and they tend to sell out very quickly.

Rush is considered to be an AIO bot as it currently supports:

  • Dick’s Sporting Goods
  • Yeezy
  • Hibbett Sports
  • NBA Store
  • Instagram
  • Finish Line
  • Nordstorm
  • EbLens

Rush Video Overview

When it comes to features Rush does have a lot of features, however, they are less obvious to a regular user as it is all CLI based. They have the ability for you to create thousands of tasks within the matter of seconds as well as the option to view them in real-time whilst they are going through a variety of statuses.

Rush Viewing Tasks Window 
On this window you can enter the command “task status –watch” to view all your running tasks as they go through a variety of statuses which will end in a successful checkout ideally. The status detail breaks down what each task is doing in detail so you can see how your tasks are doing, this can be useful for the user to see what the tasks are doing and act accordingly if they see a problem. The viewing tasks section refreshes by itself so you do not have to repeatedly type in the command, after creating your tasks you can just view your tasks whilst they are running.

Rush Tasks Creation Window
On this window you can enter the command “task add –url <insert url here>” to create a URL based task. If you simply enter that, it will randomly choose the size and the profile for the task as you did not specify it. However, after the URL if you wish to specify the size or profile then you can and you can also choose to generate a certain amount of tasks. This allows for seamless task creation with minimal cpu usage, so the user can truly attain the highest amount of success.

Rush Profile Creation Window
On this window it is split between the google doc tab on your browser as well as the window within Rush. On the google doc, it will be provided to you by Rush, in this doc you can configure your profiles similarly to a regular bot. You would configure your personal details, billing details and the profile name. Once you have finalized the document you will export it as a CSV file and then run the command “profile import <file destination>”. Once you enter the command the profiles will be instantly imported into the bot for you to use instantly.

When it comes to support they have a ton of written documentation within their discord for the members to view and utilize with their bot. They also have a support team ready to answer any of your questions so regardless of whether you are a beginner or an experienced botter, you will be covered. The learning curve for Rush may seem steep, however, any user can become fluent with the bot after dedicating some time to the guides available to them.

Where does Rush rank among other AIO bots?
Rush is arguably one of the top bots on the market at the moment, it does have solid success on its supported sites. Going forward, you can definitely expect them to continue to add more sites as well as maintain their success. With the higher pricing model compared to other bots, if you have the capital to invest in Rush, you will not be disappointed, however, there are cheaper alternatives on the market at the moment.

Supported sites: Dick’s Sporting Goods, Yeezy, Hibbett Sports, NBA Store, Instagram, Finish Line Nordstorm, EbLens
Platforms: Windows, Mac
Retail: $100/month // $1000 annually

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