So Unicycle.com is sending an email each day for their 12 days of Christmas.
The email just has a picture of a Christmas tree and a new ornament is added each day, not showing what is actually on sale.
I click on the image and it brings me to udc’s website and their sale items.
But it looks just like the previous day’s sale items, but probably with more items added?
But which items are newly added? I have to do my own difference every day?
And if I order an item today, and then tomorrow there’s another item I want, I have to order again. There’s a free shipping code, but it’s not really free to UDC, so wouldn’t it just be better to put all the items for sale up at once?
If my second choice item is on sale now, should I wait for the last day of the sale to see if my first choice becomes on sale and then make my choice?
I just don’t get it.
Why not just put all the Christmas sale items up all at once?
Last year I mentioned this to UDC and was told customers like it this way.
Yeah, I totally agree with you. In the past years there was only a few items and the deals were pretty good. This year it seems like they just show the closeout items every day… Seems like most of that stuff has been on sale already.
I thought the coupon they sent out for 25% off was a great deal, I think a lot of people took advantage of that. So far the “12 days of christmas” is eh…
When I was using the mobile website, everything would look the same. But when I scrolled down to the bottom for “view full site,” then clicked on the 12 days sale, all of the new sale items would show up and the old stuff below those items.
Yes, it’d be more efficient to receive just one e-mail with the list of sale items, or a link to them. I unsubscribed from their mailing list due to the spam. Whoever thought of that e-mail spamming idea needs to be put to work doing something else, because they failed miserably at marketing.
Today I received a package from UDC. I ordered a KH pivotal seat post. In the box was the standard paperwork: invoice, unicycle.com decal, etc. But also I found a note from “Kevin,” telling me to “keep it pink, baby!” Either this Kevin knows my name and obsession with purple and pink unicycles, OR this is a secret message from UDC that I need to crack!
So which is it?! What does it all mean? And who is Kevin?
(I’m a nursing student. This is the most exciting thing that has happened to me all day. Help me out here.)