June 4th, 2008 | admin
Review: Savvy Shoppers Use Savvycircle.com
Call me a fairweather shopper, but I am not one of those girls who gets a bargasm from rummaging through sale racks in search of last season’s Diane von Furstenberg wrap dress at half off. It’s not that I can’t appreciate a good bargain… I just hate the process of digging through all the junk that usually hangs on sale racks. I also hate waiting. (And it’s not because I have a little problem with instant gratification… which I do… it’s because by the time an item goes on sale, it’s rarely in my size). But what if I had a way of knowing as soon as my coveted Diane von Furstenberg wrap dress went on sale at Bloomy’s? You see where I’m going with this. Enter Savvycircle.com.
Created for lazy shoppers like me, Savvycircle.com allows users to save items from their favorite online stores to a shopping list. When the item goes on sale, the site notifies the shopper with an email and a link to the item. It’s FREE to be a member, and it’s as simple as adding the Savvy Circle button to your browser and clicking on one of the 100+ online stores (from Neiman Marcus and Kitson to Target and Zappos). Yes, I say it’s a savvy idea, especially for the tried-and-true bargain hunters out there. Personally, I’m going to use it to track Banana Republic sale items because that store moves through their merchandise quicker than Paris Hilton moves through boyfriends. One minute it’s $148, the next minute it’s $79.99. Hey, I said I was lazy, not dumb.
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