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Tuesday, August 7, 2012


Spinsaver is another savings site similar to Groupon.  It provides discounted deals to promote businesses.   If you do decide to purchase one of their deals, I recommend registering prior to placing your order.   Just because you are getting their email does not mean you are a registered user.   If you register after you have entered your purchase, it defaults to standard settings and you may not get what you intended to purchase.   This happened to me and I was disgruntled over the process.   I emailed customer service and was surprised to get a phone call from both the chief of operations and one of the partners in the company.   They take customer satisfaction seriously and solved all my issues.    Therefore I recommend the service.   I got a 50% off deal on tickets to the Bucks County Playhouse which I’ve intended to check out since it changed hands and reopened.  That is an excellent MONEY SAVING TIP, even if there is no tech to the tip.   

BTW if you Spinsaver folks are reading this, perhaps you should move the registration part of your form to the very beginning of the process to avoid folks like me assuming that if they got the email they are registered.  It may provide some customer service savings in the long run.  Ha, I was able to get a MONEY SAVING TECH TIP in here.  
If reviewing a product, it may have been received free of charge. That will NEVER have a bearing on my recommendations.

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