In a move to potentially rival the MSE forums and Social aspects associated with Vouchers, Savoo have launched 'Savoo Answers' where user questions are answered by shopping experts and the Savoo Community.
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Savoo, (www.savoo.co.uk) the voucher code website that only publishes ‘live’ deals, has today launched Savoo Answers, a new service that allows shoppers to ask questions to the savviest online shoppers about discounts in the UK and receive answers that will lead them to the best deals.
With more consumers using internet shopping to save money, Savoo Answers will reduce the amount of time shoppers spend searching for relevant deals online. To use, shoppers simply ask a question about a product or a service they want to purchase; the service then relies on the Savoo.co.uk network of savvy shoppers to respond with answers, advice and related voucher codes and deals. The enquirer is emailed with the response to their question and the answer can then be viewed by all other shoppers.
Offering a personal feel to an online service, Savoo Answers allows shoppers to seek out advice and receive consultation on how to find the best deals and discounts in order to make savings from a number of leading brands. So, if you want to know where to find the best deal on a washing machine, the team will tell you that, right now, Comet has some great discounts on Miele products and will direct you to the right place on the Savoo site. Savoo Answers provides shoppers with a smart and instant route to thousands of deals and promotions, as well as suggesting others customers may like.
Simon Bird, Director of Retail Partnerships said: “How can you hear about the best money saving deals and vouchers available? How can you ask where to find them and then tell others? We have created Savoo Answers with these questions in mind, meaning you never have to miss out on the latest savings. You hear about the best and relevant ones through the Savoo Answers community. If you can’t find a voucher, just ask!”
Savoo Answers is set to change the way we purchase online, with every shopper pausing to ask themselves whether there is a voucher or deal for the item they are about to buy.