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Deals Magazine Introduces Pick & Win Game

Users simply pick a wallet and choose to bank the credit or to pick another wallet with a chance of winning a different Deal Dollar amount. All previous picks that were not banked will be forfeited. Every user who ‘likes’ Deals Magazine on Facebook, and who meet other eligibility requirements, will receive one wallet pick daily. Additional wallet picks can be earned when users refer other players.

“We’re continually looking for ways to build our subscriber base and Pick & Win helps us do just that,” said Dante A. Monteverde, Deals Magazine Online Marketing Director. “It’s our best referral tool yet. The game is as simple as its name, but it’s fun and provides tangible winnings.”

Deals Magazine also offers its traditional referral program, which allows subscribers to earn $120 Deal Dollars many times over. Referrers can choose to bank their Deal Dollars at any time or continue to try and earn more. All details can be found at DealsMagazine.com/refer.

“Deals Magazine reinvests more than half of our commission into targeted customer acquisition for our vendors,” said Monteverde. “Our referral program and our Pick & Win game are part of these efforts and work together to put more buyers in front of our deals. It’s a win-win for our vendors.

“We’re giving out account credit for people to buy their deals. Plus, vendors can see the exact amount of Deal Dollars buyers in their area have in their account ready to spend at any time. Our Deal Dollar promotions are just one of the many ways we work diligently to get our vendors repeat buyers.”

Complete terms and conditions can be found at http://www.dealsmagazine.com/pick-and-win/terms.htm. To play Pick & Win, visit Facebook.com/DealsMagazine.

Contact Information:
Deals Magazine
Amberly Dressler
847-553-0200
Contact via Email
www.dealsmagazine.com

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