Sunday, April 24, 2011

A Totally Great Louis Vuitton Deal

There is a reason why Louis Vuitton named one of their most versatile handbags, the "Totally." It's totally versatile and totally usable. The medium size is perfect for toting your 15" MacBook Pro to work or handling a towel and sunglasses at the beach. Either way, it's totally indestructible and totally timeless.

Um, but then there's the price, of course. With a pricetag that tops $1000, the Totally may have some competition. That is, if you had to spend $1000. Every day the innovative penny auction site, auctions off an assortment of luxury merchandise for a fraction of their retail value. Just last week a pair of Louboutin heels sold for $3.90 and a $150 Neiman Marcus gift card was won for just $1.17. Would you believe the last LV Totally that auctioned off sold for $36.33?

Penny auctions like allow registered users to to purchase bids and score great luxury items for a fraction of their retail price. What’s even better, is that all the items on the site are purchased directly from the retailer and are guaranteed authentic and brand new. As an extra bonus, Madison Avenue Spy readers can get 10% off their first purchase of bids by using the code MADISONAVE.

Be sure to check out to find a never-ending line-up of wonderful items at even better deals. In addition to the Totally, is offering great prizes like $100 gift cards to Saks Fifth Avenue and Burberry.

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Anonymous said...

This site is a waste of $

Anonymous said...

In order to have a better chance of winning, you need to buy $500 worth of bids but that still doesnt guarantee a win. You also dont know how many bidders there are and can be spending hours watching the auction. Unless you have nothing better to do all day, than have fun!

Tonya said...

Agreed! I tried ScoreLuxe and found it to be a giant waste of money. There are just no parameters. No idea how long auctions last etc. I'm disappointed that Madison Avenue Spy has been doing so many sponsored posts for ScoreLuxe.

Anonymous said...

Totally agree. I just went to check it out - could tell instantly its almost like a ponzi scheme. For instance, the LV bag - the site sold it for what seems like $17.74, but each cent is $1, so they actually made $1,774. That alone should show you that this cannot be a fair game to us buyers.