Just some FYI, this company is absolutely horrible to deal with. I had a coupon from a Mazda test drive a few years back, and the hassle they gave to redeem it was unreal. Not only could I *not* stack an additional order to the gift certificate, but I had to buy a certain dollar amount and not a penny more, or else loose any balance. For instance, the code was $35 off $50. If I spent less than $50, I'd lose that money. If the order was $50.01, I would have to buy a certificate in one of their preexisting denominations, which at the time was $10, $20, $50, $100 or more. I think they have since dropped this practice. After writing both a letter to the CEO, Edward Brookshire, and an email, they finally corrected the order so I could make a purchase of $60.49 and only buy an additonal $10.49 certificate. Such a hassle; I will never deal w/them again and recommend YOU DO NOT as well.
If you have issues, I recommend you insist on a correction of their error or the matter will be forwarded to the BBB.
Unless you are hard up, I sincerely recommend you DO NOT do business here. Good luck if you do.
Tuesday, May 17th 2005 9:46 PM
I've had a good experience recently with GiveAnything.com. They give you a virtual card, which you can spend online at about 200+ stores. Some of the better stores, like Sports Authority and CD Universe, also give offer discounts to GA.com, which they pass onto you. A good site that offers an additional discount for GA.com shoppers is Ebates.
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