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GoDaddy.com Credit: $70 Credit for $25 or $30 Credit for EXPIRED

NorthFace 1,137 December 26, 2012 at 03:43 PM in Computers (9) More Groupon Deals
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Promoted 12-27-2012 at 12:00 AM View Original Post
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Groupon offers $30 GoDaddy.com Credit for $10 or $70 Credit for $25. Expires Feb 27, 2013. Thanks NorthFace

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Edited January 4, 2013 at 03:26 PM by NorthFace
Just saw this Groupon and tried it out to see if it worked on renewals, and it does. The Groupon is just a redemption code that can be applied to ANY Godaddy.com account. It is in-store credit so I am pretty sure it can be applied to anything.

GoDaddy.com Online Deal [groupon.com]

Choose Between Two Options
  • $10 for $30 worth of website-building products
  • $25 for $70 worth of website-building products

Redeem at (copy/paste after logging into Godaddy): http://www.godaddy.com/redeem/groupon.aspx

It CAN be used on renewals. AND the credit is applied to your account and CAN be used over many transactions.

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Expires Feb 27, 2013

Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Valid online only. Online registration required. Must be 18 or older. Gift cards, Paypal, Alipay and CCavenue may not be used to redeem offer. Goods sold by GoDaddy.com. Paid value will be applied to first purchase. Must be an existing GoDaddy.com customer or create a new customer account to redeem.

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#766
Welp, looks like mine's expired. Trying to check out and I see no option for in-store credit. Guess I should've paid attention to the expiration date
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#767
Quote from Xeroday View Post :
My credit has already expired...wtf it's only the 26th
Quote from Hot Sauce View Post :
Welp, looks like mine's expired. Trying to check out and I see no option for in-store credit. Guess I should've paid attention to the expiration date
No you still have the credit (as long as it was entered into the account already).

Many codes no longer work with store credit.

If you have a code that does work, then the final page before you pay will show 0.00 and it will show taking from store credit.

If your code does not work with instore credit, you will NOT see any option to use the credit.
99% of codes no longer work with in-store credit. A very few do.

You can view your credit here:
Code:
https://mya.godaddy.com/payments.aspx?paymentstab=instorecredit
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Quote from avalon View Post :
No you still have the credit (as long as it was entered into the account already).

Many codes no longer work with store credit.

If you have a code that does work, then the final page before you pay will show 0.00 and it will show taking from store credit.

If your code does not work with instore credit, you will NOT see any option to use the credit.
99% of codes no longer work with in-store credit. A very few do.

You can view your credit here:
Code:
https://mya.godaddy.com/payments.aspx?paymentstab=instorecredit
Hmm, checked out that link and it showed a $25 credit (I bought the $70 credit, so I dunno where the rest of it went). Wasn't trying to use any coupon codes when I tried to check out last night, but I think GoDaddy might've been automatically applying a promo which wouldn't allow the store credit to be used. Tried to check out today and I was able to use the $25.

Thanks for the tip Big Grin
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#769
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Hmm, checked out that link and it showed a $25 credit (I bought the $70 credit, so I dunno where the rest of it went). Wasn't trying to use any coupon codes when I tried to check out last night, but I think GoDaddy might've been automatically applying a promo which wouldn't allow the store credit to be used. Tried to check out today and I was able to use the $25.

Thanks for the tip Big Grin

The rest disappeared because that part expired.

Per the terms, the principal never expires (what you paid, the $25) but the bonus expires if you didn't use it by now - or apply it by now, that part confuses me too.
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#770
Godaddy told me that the expiration date is not actually Feb 27th. It's 60 days from the day you redeemed it, even though it never said that. So for people who redeemed before December 29th, your credit expired way earlier than was stated.
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#771
I forgot about one and entered the code today, even though it expired yesterday I got the full $30 credit. Totally unexpected, but I'm happy.
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#772
Mine expired a day early. I still had $27 left which I was planning to use. I complained to Groupon and they gave me $12 groupon credit. I much rather have the $27 GoDaddy credit though :\
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#773
A follow-up on this.

I too had $28 worth of this promotion expire. However, after having a conversation over drinks w/ an attorney and doing some research they may be doing this illegally.

If you look at the store credit history in your account it will show two separate account credits, one for $25 (paid) and the other for $45 (promotion). The $25 amount states no expiration date, (N/A) while the $45 amount (in my case) shows an expiration of 3/9/2013.

After reviewing their Legal Agreement as it applies to store credits, section F states:

If you have more than one in-store credit, then the credits will be processed according to the age of the credit, with the oldest in-store credit being applied first.

There is no other verbiage applicable to store credits sharing the same age, or if it will be at the discretion of GoDaddy to make this determination.

Ultimately there is a hole in the LA that may be misappropriating the credits and their legal obligation to the value of the collected funds.
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#774
Quote from bedofnails View Post :
A follow-up on this.

I too had $28 worth of this promotion expire. However, after having a conversation over drinks w/ an attorney and doing some research they may be doing this illegally.

If you look at the store credit history in your account it will show two separate account credits, one for $25 (paid) and the other for $45 (promotion). The $25 amount states no expiration date, (N/A) while the $45 amount (in my case) shows an expiration of 3/9/2013.

After reviewing their Legal Agreement as it applies to store credits, section F states:

If you have more than one in-store credit, then the credits will be processed according to the age of the credit, with the oldest in-store credit being applied first.

There is no other verbiage applicable to store credits sharing the same age, or if it will be at the discretion of GoDaddy to make this determination.

Ultimately there is a hole in the LA that may be misappropriating the credits and their legal obligation to the value of the collected funds.
What's your point? I assume you are referring to the fact that they use the paid credit first? If you re-read what you posted, you will see that the order in which in-store credits are used are in the order they are added to your account (ie: age), not the expiration date. They don't reference that at all.

Since you had to purchase the base in-store credit first, in order to obtain the promotional credit, it is certainly logical that they apply the former before the latter. You couldn't have had the promotional credit added before the paid credit, so IMHO, they are following their policy.

Regardless, this deal is half a year old, and everyone with sense used up all of their credits right away and didn't sit on them long enough for this to matter.
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#775
FYI it looks like Groupon/Godaddy might be taking legal action against those who bought multiple vouchers
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#776
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FYI it looks like Groupon/Godaddy might be taking legal action against those who bought multiple vouchers
Source?
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#777
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I'd rather not elaborate but they are doing an internal audit.
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#778
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Interesting.

I only bought one.

As a follow-up to my previous post, they DID have the following verbiage in the Groupon offer:

Paid value will be applied to first purchase.

Technically this should have read 'paid value will be applied first'.
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#779
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I'd rather not elaborate but they are doing an internal audit.
who should we give our money to? any company better for new renewals
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#780
Bullshit.

First, I'm not going to believe some random person on the Internet who claims to have secret knowledge about anything and can't back it up with facts.

Second, it would make very little sense and be completely counter-productive for them to attempt to "sue" anyone over redeeming multiple groupons. They have had even more costly mistakes in the past and never did squat. The only thing I could have seen them maybe do is suspend accounts, but that would have happened months ago.

Nothing is going to happen. Nothing to see here. Move along people.
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