Ok who doesn't want to save money these days (especially during the holidays)?! I don't know about you but I am always looking for a killer deal which is why I fell in love with Gilt Groupe, Rue La La, One Kings Lane and now "Offermatic!"
They offer discounts between 50% to 90% - On Things You Already Buy. I love the fact that you only receive offers occasionally, and when you do: the savings are real!!! I promise this is going to be the hottest new company around...Be the first of your friends to know!!
Here are a few key things to know about Offermatic...
All of their offers are discounted 50% or more. They're not going to waste your time with offers that are less than 50% off. They also won't bombard you with offers unless they are related to your interests, location or how you spend your money. They'd rather send you a few really good offers each month that you'd actually be interested in, instead of sending you tons of random offers.
How do they get these discounts? By negotiation directly with the merchant or business, who are happy to provide a great deal since they know they are reaching people highly likely to be interested in what they are offering.
While some merchants prefer to offer amazing discounts, others prefer to send you a free sample or offer of their product or service. They will let them send freebies, but only after they've screened it to make sure it's something that is an exclusive offer that you won't find anywhere else (like your mailbox) and that it's worth your time.
If you shop at a merchant that is part of the Offermatic Merchant Network, they'll automatically enroll you in their loyalty program. What does that mean? It means every time you use your regular credit or debit card at that merchant, you'll automatically earn loyalty points in their program. Rack up points each time you shop there, and then redeem your points for free products or services from that merchant – all through your regular payment card. No separate loyalty card needed.
Another way they let merchants get your attention is by enabling them to offer you automatic rebates. For example, a merchant that you haven't been to in a while may want to entice you to come back by offering you a "15% rebate" on your next purchase with them. If you take them up on that offer and spend $25 with them - then you'll receive a post purchase rebate credit of $3.75 that they can apply directly to your card. No coupons or vouchers to redeem.
It's not likely you'll see their offers marketed elsewhere through other channels. Because they enable advertisers to reach people like you whose interests, location, and purchasing history match up with the product or service being offered, they use that to negotiate exclusive deals with the advertiser. They screen each and every offer to make sure it meets our standards before it is approved.
They get better with time
Over time, they'll get a better understanding of your interests and how you shop. Of course, this requires no effort on your part. Once you've gone through the 2 minute signup and linked your spending (credit or debit) card to your account, Offermatic works in the background and will automatically get smarter with matching offers to your profile. So be a little patient with them in the beginning - as they learn more about your spending patterns and bring on more advertisers, they will be able to improve the relevance of the offers.