CBB's Jellyfish Smack Shopping Event tonight – pick the deals

03/07/2007 at 11:58 AM ET

Jellyfish_logoWe’ve partnered with Jellyfish.comto offer ourreaders a chance to save up to 100% off on baby/kids/family stuff. We’ll be offering aspecial evening of shopping of products at a deep discount tonight only at 10 pm EST.

Click Continue Reading for info on how Smack Shopping works.

You must register in order to participate so sign up now!

Vote on the products you want to buy.






How it works
Jellyfish’s Smack is a reverse auction: as timepasses, price drops. It’s like Woot!on steroids, but instead of one product in one day – it’s severalproducts in an even shorter amount of time. The game is to buy the product at the lowest pricepossible. Towards the end it can get as low as 100% off. The trick isthat you don’t know how many units are in stock, so if you wait toolong… you lose out.

SmackshowssIn the beginning of each event, the cash back amount increases every seconduntil a hidden quantity of items is sold out (or until the cash backamount reaches 100% – at which point, it’s free). The deal gets betterevery second that goes by, but if you wait too long the product is goneforever and the deal is over. (Think of it like "Deal or No Deal" forshopping.)  While you wait for the price to drop, you can chat with others.

At checkout, players pay full price, but receive the cash back viacheck within 60 days. Your credit card is charged by and sent from thevendor, not Jellyfish. The vendors are sites you know and trust likeBabyCenter.com.

The shopping event will probably last two hours.

If Smack Shopping is too much action, you can also shop at nearly 1,000 stores via Jellyfish.com every day and get cash back on every single purchase (like Ebates).

(By the way, we don’t make any money on this event. We just thought it would bea cool way for you to save money on the products you’re going to buy anyway.)

FILED UNDER: Deals & Gear - Gear , News

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