This short informational article is for all those readers out there who just love to shop for online bargains. Call it a hobby; call it a mission, these guys and girls, that being you, readers, always get a thrill out of receiving your next shipped package on your doorstep within weeks of pressing the online purchase button. You are also thrilled at receiving the message on your smart mobile that confirms that your purchase has been approved and your transaction is therefore successful.
And within a few minutes of that confirmation, you receive another message confirming that your parcel is on its way, whether it’s a new organic beauty product pack or a fresh, green, environmentally friendly lawnmower. Doesn’t matter if it’s a new flat screen TV, preferably of the giant variety or a new set of china crockery, you get a thrill out of these enterprises. You claim to be far too busy for conventional shopping, walking from mall to store when you could have been working and scoring another deal.
And there you do have a point. It only takes a few minutes to find something you fancy and then to buy the thing. But this is territory that you may have covered before. You’ve received duds in the mail or delivered by the unknowing courier. Been there and done that. And that’s where birchbox comes in. But what the heck is birchbox? Fair enough, we were coming to that. So, here goes then. Birchbox is an online shopping network, second to none.
It’s one of those online spaces where you cop a bargain while having your own say on a particular product that you might have already tried out before. You can be as critical as possible and there’s no need to score friends while you’re scoring points.