I got an email from Scoopon confirming the COTD flash sale. Below is the email:
The votes are in, and it's all about to start! Tomorrow (Tuesday) at 11AM AEDT, we'll be launching the latest edition of our "FLASH SALE" (our popular hour-by-hour sale where the products are decided by our customers). Simply enter the Catch of the Day site at 11 AM AEDT and we will be featuring 12 deals, one deal per hour on the hour. Here are some of the featured deals:
Apple TV – Just $39
Diablo III – Just $20
Traditional Black Havaianas – Just $1
Pandora Silver Bracelet – Just $10
WD 1TB Hard Drive - Just $49
Amazon Kindle - Just $59
and 6 more fabulous deals!
Remember, this is a members only promotion and as such you will be required to login to gain access. Also note that as always, the quantities on the flash sales are strictly limited and vary from deal to deal. We advise that anyone who may find a few server crashes or waiting around too stressful to give this event a miss. It gets pretty crowded, but there's always outstanding value in this amazingly democratic event!
It seem that they will be doing 1 deal/hour. I am not sure if its by the most popular order first or not.
If yes then it will be Diablo 3 from 11am-12am, then the Apple TV > WD 1TB Hard Drive > Amazon Kindle> Pandora Silver Bracelet and lastly $1 flip flop. They also said and 6 more fabulous deal, so may be they will might be doing the next 6 popular as well.
Good price but stock is limited and the server may crash. If you dont have the time or patient then just give it a miss as they suggested, dont go for it and then complain that they wasted your time. If you do have time and patient then good luck getting a great bargain.
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Not Okay —
- Bait advertising — requirement membership but no stock
- COTD's server crashes when I am trying to complete the transaction.
- Their website is no usable.
- Quantity is too limited to be called a deal.