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Chaplain Shafer
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May 2003
Why use web coupons/register games? Thu, 31 December 2009 05:33
I've been buying Days of Wonder games for a long time. I had a bunch of cards registered, and when the system was changed over I was able to get all of the downloadable goodies and have a slew of coupons. I took advantage of the holiday sale and now have even more games, but I have no incentive to register them. If I register them now, the coupons can run out in a year...and I've got everything from the company! Why use them? What purpose do they serve for the long standing customer who has bought everything?

I'd like to be able to use three or four coupons on an order to take a 30 or 40% discount. How about letting us burn through some of our coupons to get a discount on shipping or upgrade it to Priority? That'd be handy for those of us serving overseas because it would make a difference of up to five weeks in delivery!

Right now, especially with the deadlines, there is no incentive for me to register games, but to wait until I might need the coupon. It just seems silly. I'd like to be able to do more, but right now that isn't happening.


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October 2002
Re:Why use web coupons/register games? Fri, 01 January 2010 10:44
Several things to keep in mind:

- If you order something on our web store once a year on average, your unused coupons will live indefinitely, because they expire 12 months after their registration or your last order, whichever is latest.

- There are also some side benefits: for example, we may send some special offers based on the type of registered games. For example, when a Memoir '44 expansion comes out, we send an announcement to all Memoir '44 registered users, so they don't miss it.

Happy New Year !

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