Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Luxury for Just Pennies

Long weekends are one of the highlights of the holiday season. What could be better than a weekend away from the normal grind? Perhaps, a more stylish way to travel. This week, ScoreLuxe.com is auctioning off --the very hard to get—Louis Vuitton Monogram Keepall 60.

This versatile duffle bag, which has a current bid of just 5-cents, will make the perfect gift for anyone who likes to go-go-go. Actually, we can’t imagine anyone giving it away. It will make the perfect gift for, aham, yourself!



We know what you’re thinking. How can a $1200 bag sell for just pennies? Well,
ScoreLuxe.com is an innovative auction site, which allows shoppers to purchase bids and score their dream splurge for fractions of their retail price. Just last week an $1850 Gucci bag sold for 56-cents, a $500 Bloomingdales gift card sold for $6.64 and a $500 Tiffany gift card sold for 74-cents.

What’s even better is that all the items on
ScoreLuxe.com are purchased directly from the retailer and are guaranteed authentic and brand new. So you never have to worry about your mother-in-law complaining that you stuck her with a bootleg Vuitton.

Bids are just 99-cents each and think about how much fun you will have bragging to your friends about the amazing find you snagged for more than 99% off. Be sure to check out
ScoreLuxe.com for other upcoming auctions like gift cards from Neiman Marcus, Burberry and Saks.

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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

scoreluxe.com is deceiving - it's not that the items truly sell for $6. you have to bid $0.99 to make one bid, and one bid = $0.01 on their site. so an item that looks like it sold for $6 really sold for $600 to scoreluxe

Quijote said...

I don't know whether anyone is interested, but Tods starts their sale this Fri (12/3). I am still waiting for Dior sale. Does anyone knows when?

Anonymous said...

They are pretty transparent on how they make money. People who win can have an effective cost of over 95% off. If anything, it makes me feel better that they do make money off of it, atleast you know the stuff is real

Anonymous said...

Yes, definitely agree with anonymous commenters here. That scoreluxe.com does not sell "luxury for just pennies." People should not waste their time and money on that website.