Tell me what kind of sense this makes. I've received free offers and discounts online before, but for some reason I never cash them in. A coupon code will sit in a folder on my hard drive, leading a sad life of expiration next to a .jpg of a cat with a melon on it's head. And I am oblivious.
Oh, but if a coupon should float into the house via snail mail, hold the phone. Don't you know I'm clipping it with care, and then gingerly placing it inside a pretty little coupon book that lives inside the sanctity of my purse. Should that coupon ever expire, my husband is sure to hear me whine about it.
This morning, Jonathan Peacock, CEO of Zibbet.com, offered a 30 Day free trial of their Premium Accounts to DIY Fashion readers to celebrate Zibbet Month in April. Recognizing my own virtual discount neglect, I decided to create a coupon that I could print, cut out, then hand to myself as I enter the DIYFASHION coupon code at Zibbet.com. There's just something about that snappy dashed line that really says coupon.
Print and cut along with me, or do the thing that sane people seem to cling to, and simply enter the coupon code for 30 days of Premium options. You can cancel within the 30 days and won't be charged a single penny.
April is Zibbet Month on DIY Fashion. I'll be featuring Zibbet shops, showcasing handmade goods and the artists behind the work. You'll see interviews and giveaways, and exclusive coupon codes just for DIY Fashion readers.
Zibbet Sellers: Would you like to be featured? Submit photos of your work, or showcase a giveaway from your blog. I'll be posting these in the DIY Fashion blog and Newsletter all throughout the month of April.