questionshow many of you got to the order confirmation…

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As for the coupon code issue. Try using the coupon code on another item. If it works, you will go to the final buy page (it won't actually purchase the item after you click the first button, you have to go to the final order submission page).

If the code doesn't work, it will say "coupon code won't work" or something along those lines. If it says that, e-mail service@woot.com.

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No reason why your coupon would be used, unless the order went through.

But if the order didn't go through, then the coupon shouldn't have been used. Also, yeah - what he said ^, if you wanna check just go half way through check-out.

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I got to the final confirmation button five times today. :) Still no Barnyard of Crayfish, though.

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Yeah same here. I could just taste the wonderful and delightful menagerie of mismatched merchandise. But alas, it was not to be. You are elusive of dear boc, ever elusive.

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That is what happened to me last BoC.

IMHO, attempting to use a coupon code (with the extra time it takes) is a good way to NOT get a BoC.

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@baqui63: It should still work, just incredibly brave. Personally, I don't think it's worth saving the extra $5.

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it takes all of 1 second to click the coupon code box and hit ctrl+v, since you're already entering your CC's CVV number.

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Sob It's so painful reliving this again. :-( I got to a 'wonky' page, put in my credit card secret number. Pressed the 'everything is correct' button. And hung there forever and a day. Blank white page. F5'd more times than I can recall. The URL said 'order', blah, blah. Thought I might have it. Page finally loaded. Clicked the 'big' button - "item sold out" BTW: Wonky page meaning it wasn't normal - was text only. BoCless again.

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@hackman2007:

Oh, I know it will work.

@yankeefan1087:

Exactly my point.

On average, more than five Barrels of Creosote were sold every second during the roughly 445 seconds that it was available. Anything one does to slow down the ordering process, especially before clicking the "this info is correct" button, just makes it that less likely that a person will get one.

I'd rather spend the extra $5 than not have one at all.