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Emilio Ramírez created a forum thread in How to Use Dealspotr
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Single Use Code

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Lisa González These aren't single use deals. You shouldn't mark these deals as "Single-Use"

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what is the problem with your deal title?

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elias & ezequiel I think it's grammatically incorrect, I think the correct title should be BOGO 50% Off Select Christmas Items.

hello! my gift card

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Alison Danielle Christopher it usually takes 2 to 7 business day (monday to friday)


good morning sorry for the inconvenience

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michelle smith it usually takes 2 to 7 business day (monday to friday)

Good Afternoon.

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Jhonaikell Gonzalez it usually takes 2 to 7 business day (monday to friday)

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Emilio Ramírez created a forum thread in Bug Reports & Feedback

Ongoing deal label isn't working

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I've marked two deals as "Ongoing" and it just sets up 1 month expiration date after you Post the respective deal. You should check this. (I also edited one of my deals because I thought that I didn't mark it, but I did. I hope this doesn't affect my accuracy because wasn't my fault at all LOL).

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I have a few questions about posting

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Rachel Auerbach Sometimes when the coupon has been reactived many times, the Dealspotr calendar sets up a default date of 2 months and it doesn't allows us to select previous dates. For example, today I tried to reactivate a coupon from WonderLabs, the coupon code had an expiration date of end of month but when I was trying to put the expiration date on the calendar the system set up a default date date of 28 of november and I couldn't reach the correct date (09/30/2018). I didn't reactivate it because I couldn't set up the correct expiration date.


Also thanks for replying Rachel :)

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Emilio Ramírez created a forum thread in How to Use Dealspotr

I have a few questions about posting

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As I read now Free Shipping deals should be considered as "ongoing" I have a few questions about posting.


1) What if we find a coupon code and we don't know the exact expiration date? We should mark it as "ongoing" instead of setting up two weeks as default?


2) Some deals that has been reactived previously, sets up a default date of 2 months and doesn't allow us to set up the correct expiration date unless we edit it after posting. Should we leave that expiration date as default even if we have proof of the expiration date? For example.


"I'm trying to reactive a deal but the callendar sets me up by default november 10, but coupon code says that it expires on november 5", should I reactivate it as usual and leave the default expiration date of november 10?


Please could you take a look at these questions?


Free Shipping Deal Tip:

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Rachel Auerbach Even if it's a promotion in the website should it be marked as "Ongoing", for example

A store offers Free Shipping with any order $50.


If I add this deal should I mark it as "ongoing" due we don't have enough data to know the expiration date? I think is that what are you meaning amd I just got penalized because of that LOL. I'm just curious. Also I have another question, what about these free shipping coupon code, I used to add 2 weeks if the date was unknown, should I put it as "ongoing" instead? For example


if I reactive a Free Shipping coupon, should I mark it as ongoing instead of deault two weeks (unless I have proof or knowledge of the expiration date)?



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