It couldn't be easier to save money. In a simple 3 step process, the customer enters a product code and adds it to their basket, and then they type in the voucher discount code at the checkout and then enter their credit card details - job done.
Glasgow, Scotland (PRWEB) August 29, 2009
Today sees the first Toolstop extra discount deals catalogues arriving through letterboxes and on doorsteps throughout the UK and Europe.
This is the first venture into printed media catalogues for Toolstop and instead of producing a priced catalogue which is generally out of date by the time it is printed they decided to offer their top selling products (already at discounted prices) but with extra discounts - from £5 up to £100.
Featured items in the voucher book are a Dewalt Site Saw with a massive £100 extra saving, a Makita Cordless Kit and a Bosch Saw with Legstand, both with £50 extra savings. Also, if you buy more than one product your discount will be accumulated to give you more savings.
The catalogue is aimed at existing customers and is really thanking them for their loyalty. Having said that, the catalogue deals are not exclusive to people who have already shopped online at Toolstop -- anyone can visit http://www.toolstop.co.uk and get the discounts on offer as long as they have the voucher code. It's easy to get a catalogue -- just subscribe on the Toolstop website.
Toolstop Managing Director, Calum Kegg said, "We wanted to reward our customers for shopping with us in these difficult financial times. The idea was to give them cash in their pocket by offering further discounts on what are already great deals on our top professional and DIY tool products. We also know that our customers will pass the coupon codes on to their friends and workmates and we know our offers are so good, we're expecting a sudden dramatic increase in website activity."
"It couldn't be easier to save money. In a simple 3 step process, the customer enters a product code and adds it to their basket, and then they type in the voucher discount code at the checkout and then enter their credit card details - job done."
As well as offering the discounts Toolstop are introducing more ways of engaging with their customers and the wider tool using community. They have recently launched a Youtube channel which hosts 100 videos ranging from un-boxing to how to use the product. There is also a Toolstop blog discussing the latest resources, products releases and more off the wall subjects. The idea is to invite comments from other tool users throughout the world and engage in discussion with them.
Toolstop is a successful retailer of DIY tools, hand tools, power tools, access equipment and accessories and has been established since 1965. They stock brands such as Bosch, Makita, Dewalt, Panasonic, Ryobi, Draper, Lyte and Belle and these are all featured in the discount catalogue.