Wish fulfillment made easy

I finally got around to checking out our store’s “Wish List” capability at shop.collect.com. I have to say, I’m in serious “like” with it … “love” is such a strong word, don’t you think?

Anyway, the first thing I did was register. (CLICK HERE to register yourself.) No worries – no credit card required to make out a wish list. Just the standard fill-in-the-blanks with name, address, telephone number and e-mail.

Then, as you browse through items in the store, anything you think you’d like, click on the “Add To Wish List” button that is right below the “Add To Cart” button (or “Preorder Now” button) and the item is automatically added to your wish list. The “Add To Wish List” button doesn’t appear until you click on a specific product, though.

It’s not a serious commitment, though. If you change your mind, you can click on the Remove box for that item, then click on “Submit” and the item will be removed. I have to admit, while I was making out my list, I constantly added and removed items from my list … kind of like my compulsion to push a button if it’s there. I had fun with it.

Dep Glass Webinar Z8902.jpgYou can make your list public (for your family or friends to fulfill), or, if you’re like me and feel awkward asking for something specific, you can keep it private for only your own, personal use.

The Wish List feature even works for downloads. Which reminds me: Remember that Depression Glass Webinar with Ellen Schroy? Now you can download her presentation from the shop.collect.com store! (or put it on your wish list for later)

One of the best things about shopping in our store? You have all the time in the world to browse, and there are no Black Friday crazies trying to run you down with a cart!

Check out our store and let us know what you think!

— Posted by Karen Knapstein


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