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WTSO.com (WinesTilSoldOut.com) Has First Marathon Wine Sale of 2013
WinesTilSoldOut.com offers deeply-discounted, high-quality wines every 15 minutes (or less) for 18 hours during their Marathon Sale on February 20th, 2013.
During Cheapskate Wednesday, every wine offered will be priced between $7.99 and $18.99, and will offered at 30-70% off of original retail prices. Notable features include Bodegas Ondarre Rioja Reserva, Kunde Sonoma Valley Zinfandel, Chateau Haut Gravet Saint-Emilion Grand Cru, and Sonoma Cutrer Sonoma Coast Chardonnay.
“Cheapskate Wednesday and our other Marathons have become an online ‘event’ for our customers. We created them as a fun way to engage our customers and get them excited about the great wine deals we offer. Many products don’t last more than one minute before selling out. It is a very exciting day for our customers and our staff.”
- Joseph Arking, CEO and Co-founder.
Ever since the introduction of this sales format, Marathons continually break WTSO’s daily sales and customer participation records. The first marathon sale in 2006 generated approximately $30,000 and recently these online events have generated single-day sales of over 87,000 bottles and more than $1 million.
To participate in Cheapskate Wednesday, check the WTSO website regularly, or follow the WTSO Twitter feed (@WTSO). Unlike typical daily WTSO offers, there will be no email notifications sent when a new wine becomes available. To become a member of WTSO visit https://www.wtso.com/
For additional information about WinesTilSoldOut visit WTSO.com, follow on Twitter @WTSO or on Facebook @WTSOwines.
WinestilSoldOut (WTSO.com) was the first online flash sales site that offers high-quality wine, one at a time, at the lowest cost – 30-70% off original retail prices. A family-run business, WTSO is built on more that 30 years of personal relationships with top vineyards from around the world, enabling them to curate the best collection of wine and offer one wine at a time to consumers at the lowest possible price.