You’ve found the product you want online. Before you hit ‘buy’, tell flubit. They’ll create a better offer just for you. Before you buy it, flubit.
I was asked to review the site Flubit. I must admit that I hadn’t heard of it, but once I went on the site I was intrigued. Now I have used it, I am well and truly hooked.
As a parent, you work hard to try to make sure that your children have a magical and wonderful Christmas, full of love and traditions and laughter. Part of the traditions of Christmas are, of course the presents, for your family and friends. Lets face it, it’s an incredibly expensive time. When I am looking for gifts, I look at two main areas – quality and price. So it is with this in mind that I looked at flubit.
On entering the site, the first thing that struck me was how much graphic, and easy to use it is. I also love that you ‘DEMAND’ a better price, feels very empowering! The price comes back around 24 hours after you demand a better price. You are then given a time limit to use or reject that offer. You are sent email prompts so that you remember to do this, which is really handy.
I decided on three things to test, so I could show the savings that you can make:
First up was a new Christmas tree I had spotted. The best price I had found was £85, flubit came back with an offer saving me 8%.
The second was for my Dad, who has no sense of smell, but insist on smelling gorgeous! I found this on offer for £34.85. Flubit however came back with offer that saved me 12%.
Finally for Miss A, a Furreal Baby Butterscotch, which usually sells for £99, I found it, again on offer for £69.99. It was a challenge by this point, to try to beat flubit, and I couldn’t believe it when they bettered the price by 11%!
So if I purchased all three items, I would have saved a grand total of £18.01 thats really a great saving!
I had been given a budget of £50 so that I could fully test the site. So I decided to buy the Christmas tree, it was delivered promptly once I had paid for it using my paypal account. A very simple no fuss transaction.
So what’s the catch?
I honestly can’t find one. You are under no obligation to purchase from them, and they do not charge for the service. I think its one of those things that once you try it you just can’t stop.
Thank you for reading