The EZDeals deal website comes with a warning. They want to make it clear that EZDeals is:
- Able to save you money
- Capable of giving you awesome discount rates
- So awesome you’ll advertise their deals to friends
But what exactly does EZDeals do? Read on to learn more about EZDeals and their great discounts.
How does EZDeals work?
EZDeals goes something like this: They offer a deal on their website for people to buy. Currently, the deal is just an offer and there’s no guarantee that the person will get the deal because EZDeals requires a minimum number of people to show interest in the deal. However, if enough people buy the deal, the deal is “activated” or goes live.
Why can’t the deal be available as soon as I buy it?
That’s because the reason why EZDeals can give you such huge discounts is because it agrees to give the company providing the deal a minimum number of customers. It’s sort of like bulk-buying; the more you buy the bigger the discount you can get. So buying a deal from EZDeals is group-buying the same service so you can all get a discount.
So what happens when the minimum number of buyers isn’t reached?
Simple: the deal isn’t activated and you aren’t charged for it.
What can I do so that the deal I like gets the minimum number of buyers?
You can share the EZDeals offer to your friends, family members, and colleagues. The more you spread the word out about the deal, the more people will learn about it and possibly take interest, and the deal is activated faster.
Which cities do EZDeals cover?
EZDeals only has offers in Sydney for now, but they plan to expand to other cities so stay tuned for that! Keep checking their website often to see when they’ve opened a deal in your city (if it isn’t Sydney).
What else can I get out of EZDeals?
Aside from daily deals, EZDeals also has competitions where you can win really great things, from IPads to cameras. What’s more is that when you refer a friend to a deal and the friend buys that deal, you get $10 credited to your account!
EZDeals also plans to have an iPhone app in the near future, so stay tuned for that.
Have you bought a deal from EZDeals? Tell us about your experience in the comments section below!
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