STAMPARATUS RESERVATION CHANGES:
The results are in! The first Stamparatus reservation window reached its maximum number of reservations in just 15 minutes, which provided Stampin Up with some very important information: You LOVE this new stamping tool! Stampin Up couldn’t be more thrilled; in fact, your response was so amazing that they’ve decided to make some important adjustments to the reservation process.
As was previously announced, the second reservation window will remain open from December 5–30; however, during this reservation period Stampin Up will take as many orders as they receive (yay!) and not close the window until December 30. So whether the total number of reservations is 100 or 100,000, the window will stay open!
Please note the following changes:
- Beginning March 19, we will ship Stamparatuses in the order the reservations were received (first in, first out) and continue through the next few months and beyond as product arrives in our warehouse. Because shipment dates are based on manufacturing lead times, not all of the reservations made during the December 5–30 window will ship on March 19 (as was previously announced).
- In order to accommodate demand, limits have changed as follows: one reservation per customer and one per demonstrator.
- Because we are not limiting the maximum number of reservations for the second window, we will not offer a third window. This is the last chance for you and your customers to reserve a Stamparatus before it becomes available in the 2018-2019 annual catalog.
Please note what has not changed:
- If you reserved more than one stamping tool during the first reservation period, that number will not change; you will still receive the same number you reserved.
- If you reserved one or more stamping tool(s) during the first reservation period, you may still order during the second window.
- The reservation window will open at 2:00 PM (MT) on December 5.
YEAR END SALE EVENT:
Head on over to my store for Stampin Up’s year-end sales event!!! This is a combination of retired product (that once gone, is gone for good) and product on sale that will stick around (although not on sale) from the Annual Catalogs.
Product and sales is while supplies last!