questionswho else wishes for an option that shows possible…

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This is an ancient question. The first question in the universe, hidden in plain sight. A question that must never be answered.

I really appreciate when people post this information in the product description, when generating the deal. It's so easy to do, and so helpful. Especially when people check the "free shipping" button.

It would be great if Woot could automatically insert a "learn about about free shipping options" link on deals at stores which have a relatively steadfast option. Such as amazon's supersaver policy.

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@gregorylikescheapstu: Well, as one of the secrets of the universe, you never know when the magic egg will crack and form the new chick, "free shipping options"! I hope so.

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@gregorylikescheapstu: When someone posts "free shipping" but strings are attached I tattle - the mods usually fix it pretty quick.

Several times I've thought a deal would be excellent only to find the "free shipping" didn't really exist ($50 purchase, prime only, not a month with an 'r' in it, whatever).

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@mtm2: I agree. I don't like to see "free shipping" to discover I have to qualify for it in some way.

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Meh. Shipping is free, or it's not. Having to spend more money on stuff that you may/may not need is bogus. To me, that nullifies the "free shipping" because you already spent more than the shipping would probably cost just to get "free shipping". P.T. Barnum was right.