Thanks for the reply, Daz Ann….
While I appreciate the convenience, it bumps the price up considerably that way… so I will pass this one up.
And Xandy, agree….. TOTALLY.
Since the new store is lacking a VERY ESSENTIAL feature of listing SALE DATES, Daz ought to include dates in the email AND in a forum thread, and there’s a definite and misleading lack of both.
Stores MUST advertise sale dates. I have gone to a store before, with a coupon that had no date, or a sale flyer that had no date, and even if the date past, have successfully argued that the price still applies because they advertised it as still going by NOT listing dates.
Daz really needs to get these issues in place. :S
Blatant misleading of customers by a continued refusal to advertise sale and coupon start and end dates is terribly unprofessional and highly suspicious when it’s continued and perpetuated.
Actually there are a lot of business that don’t list “sale end dates” the biggest company that comes to mind being Amazon.com. As someone who shops there way more then I should, I would tend to agree it can be annoying to not know when a sale will be over but that said the current software here doesn’t have the ability to put it in as far as I know so it;s not about choosing not to but rather not having the ability to unless they hand code it on every page and then the next day hand remove it for every product going on and off sale (which anyone who shops here knows is a lot of products daily) At some point they may possibly get the ability put in but I assume that wouldn’t be till sometime in the future. I will pass on the request and your thoughts on the topic though
On the same topic, while it would be really hard for them to do it on every item on sale, they have been putting it in the descriptions on the Buy this Get That Free items. I thought I would point it out incase you have missed it (Ignore the color scheme of the store in my screenshot..I used that color this plugin thing cuz the stark white makes me mental LOL)
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