Has Santa Become Obsolete?

We’ve all made online shopping wish lists. Countless wish lists full of need-to-have products like that pair of $500 heels you’ve been eyeing or the perfect summer straw beach hat you discovered…in the middle of January. These wish lists can be found all over your Internet history, on each and every shopping site you’ve visited. Hundreds of thousands of dollars’ worth of merchandise is just sitting online, waiting for you to max out your credit card and take home. More often than not, these lists are forgotten, deleted due to negligence, swallowed whole by the World Wide Web and -poof- there go all your designer hopes and dreams. Not anymore.

Listen closely: Svpply.com is the only site you’ll ever need to satisfy your online shopping cravings. A virtual, archived wish list that keeps track of everything you want, it totes itself as “a growing community of people discovering the products they love.” Simply create your profile, search for items (apparel, tech, home, furniture, art, men’s, women’s) and add them to your wish list. Follow friends and see what they’re jonesing for, or follow individual stores and trends. It’s most brilliant feature? They have a bookmark that allows you to “Buy later” on any other site. Take the Timex watch I’ve had my heart set on for ages; I just went to the Timex site, found the watch, clicked “Buy later” and it automatically showed up in my Svpply account.

Skip the subtly dropped hints and point that dumb boyfriend of yours straight at your Svpply account. No chance he’ll mess up this year’s anniversary gift when you’ve given him the name, image, style, size and price of everything you want. And yes, “Dear Santa” letters may become obsolete, but who needs to bother writing to the fat man when you can just tweet him your Svpply profile!

Never suffer from wish list negligence again and get what you want need.

Posted by Aimée

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