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Topic: Crafter's Choice book club  (Read 742 times)
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« on: January 24, 2006 08:52:33 AM »

I just received a Crafter's Choice pamphlet. Whoa, is it ever tempting! I was just wondering if anyone had tried it. It seems to be a North American thing. The website for it is www.crafterschoice.com It seem to be like any book club or CD club. So, has anyone tried it? What did you think? Thanks!
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« Reply #1 on: January 24, 2006 09:17:06 AM »

i joined because it was so tempting.  Its just like any other mail order club.  You buy x amount within 1 year and reply by so and so date or they'll send you the featured selection.  i thought there were great deals and it was worth it.  i did everything online and recieved e-mails when my featured selection was available so that i never forgot to respond to it.  one plus was that i only had to buy 2 books and not 4 or more.  plus if you buy that first one with your first order, you get it discounted and it counts toward your obligation.

i sound like an advertisement.  i do recommend it if you have the extra spending money.
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