June 15, 2005
Okay, Amy might kill me a little bit. I bought something I shouldn't have. While it isn't as bad as what Bill and I almost bought last weekend, I'll still be in hot water, because I didn't talk to her beforehand:
So how much would you be willing to spend for this fabulous product? $250, like the price tag says? No, way! That's the sucker price!
If you act now, using the super-saver 20% coupon you received in the mail the day that your wife went to visit her family, we can get it down to $200! Unbelievable, but true!
Still too much? Hmmm, well, if you have a $50 gift certificate from a contest at work, you can get it down to $150! "Wow, $150," you say, "what a deal!"
But wait, there's more! Let's say you had a $50 credit from a returned Christmas present. Then this incredible mixer can be yours for only $100! "$100! Are you insane???" you ask. As you can probably tell, yes! I'm insane! Insane with savings!
And I'm not done yet! If you volunteer to help with someone's website, but they give you money anyway, then you can get this mixer, and all three included attachments for free!!! Incredible!
As we all know, it doesn't get cheaper than free.
Or does it???
Only because I like you, (and because Kitchenaid is currently running a promotion), you can send away for the attachment of your choice, for free. That's a $70 dollar value!
So, to recap, you get:
- The mixer
- The 3 attachments
- A recipe booklet
- Yelled at by your wife
- A free-by-mail attachment of your choice
A $320 value, all yours -- for free!!!
How could I pass that up? Personally, I think she should have been mad if I didn't take advantage of such a great offer.
P.S. Amy, I already licked it, so now we can't return it.Posted by Kevin at June 15, 2005 11:13 PM