questionsriddle me this. why does woot.kids think that all…

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because anything the over 4 crowd would want would be wanted to play with by their parents and can/is featured elsewhere (when it can be found).

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It seems that the woot employees have young kids. They tend to be young themselves.

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@dontwantaname: That makes some sense. It would sure be awesome to find an occasional great deal for my two tweeners...especially with Christmas right around the corner.

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Maybe it's the average age of Wooters?

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Teens aren't "kids". Granted, it would be nice to see more products for the 8-12 set on kids.woot...

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And now for the capitalist view:
Parents spend lots more money on non-essential geegaws for pre-school aged children than they do once the kids enter school.

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I've been wondering the same thing. Even if you go on the assumption @tsfisch has that teens aren't kids (I disagree, but maybe that's because my teen is only 14), 2/3 of my children classify as kids (9 and 12). They have been able to use a few things on kids.woot, but woot is ignoring a market, imho. I'd love to see products for the bigger kids.

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We've passed this thread on to some eyes that may find it useful feedback. This is really helpful, and constructive!

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@chellemonkey: Or maybe more targeted plus sales!

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I may or may not check out kids.woot regularly
I may or may not have children
I may or may not consider myself a kid at heart
I have yet to make a purchase from kids.woot

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I am also kids dot woot purchaseless. I think I've bought from all the other sites.