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Re: E-Commerce Surprises: The Thrill of Anticipation
Posted by: Alyson Ward 2008-09-14 07:34:57
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A mystery package in the mail: irresistible. What's in it? Is it something you want or something you need? What in the world did someone send you? If you want to feel all that giddy expectation, you don't have to wait for someone to send you a gift. You can order your own mystery package and surprise yourself. Yes, you can send yourself a surprise. Go online, type in your credit card number and place an order. A few days later you'll get something -- who knows what? -- in the mail. It might be an iPod shuffle. It might be a bacon-scented air freshener.


Mystery boxes are great
Posted by: miscdoc 2008-09-14 07:38:55 In reply to: Alyson Ward
Mystery auctions are always lots of fun. I participate in multiple mystery auctions weekly at AlsoShop (www.alsoshop.com) there are a large number of alternative auction sites, and its common to find mystery boxes up for grabs on most of them and they are generally all super deals.
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