Post # 1
I got a call last night saying that my finace and I had won a bridal package and to call the number with a reference code.
I called today at lunch, I apparently won but we both have to sit through a 90 minute cooking demonstration. We then win gift cards for 2 rings and a vacation package.
Anyone been to one of these? It sounds like a scam – but at the same time it sounds awfully hard to pass up.
Post # 3
@MsGinkgo: It’s a scam. It will be a very high pressure sales pitch for you to buy overpriced cookware. The prize is junk. The vacation will be a crappy experience for which you will need to buy expensive airfair or a cruise.
Post # 4
@julies1949: that’s what I figured. I just looked at the ring website and they look like crap. If I could go alone I probably would just for the sake of it but i know I’m not getting FH anywhere near it
Post # 5
We went to the cooking demo, already knowing what it was. My fiance wanted a Tungsten ring and that is offered on the gift card. We had already decided that we weren’t buying anything, at the end we told them we weren’t buying, they gave us the gift card for the rings. We went online and picked him out two rings that he liked, it costed me $50 to ship them and he really liked one of them. They also sent us another gift card if we want to buy more or give it to a friend. The gift card includes 2 rings for the $50 shipping. For us it was a good deal, but if you are not wanting Tungsten then it would not be worth it. The free champagne flutes, you pay $20 for shipping, we didn’t do that. You can also get a free trip, but you pay taxes and I think you can only go to certain places. Hope this helps.