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Fashion Sample Sale Listings

Published 02/20/2011 and rated Ratingstars3 3 out of 5 stars
by AppAppeal Editor
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What can you use the app for?

MyNines is a site that gives users a way to explore luxury merchandise at a significant discount. This works through sample sales. Samples sales are promotions that feature luxury goods at a much lower price. MyNines offers a price that ranges between 40% and 90% off and is only available for 24 to 72 hours total. Samples sales are usually exclusive opportunities for members only. By purchasing through MyNines, the user does not have to log in to view the product. They will have to create an account to make the purchase, but MyNines can automatically populate their information in the registration form. MyNines gives users the opportunity to buy items that would normally cost a high price as a sample.

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What is the history and popularity of the app?

MyNines was founded in August of 2009. Based out of New York City, the team currently includes advisor Mark Menell. MyNines was created as a sample sale aggregator that would help users save money on luxury purchases. Today, the site offers the same service with many extras, including friend referral bonuses and sales alerts.

What are the differences to other apps?

MyNines works much like deal of the day websites, except it focuses on luxury goods. Users can purchase designer merchandise including clothing, accessories, bath and body products, appliances, luggage, bedding, sports equipment, specialty foods and wines. The site helps users enjoy these highly regarded products without paying the steep price tag that usually comes with them.

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How does the web app look and feel to use?

The MyNines website presents an image as rich as the sample sales it offers. The homepage includes a large, warm image that spans the entire background. The detailed photo shows throngs of shoppers browsing expensive brand name shops like Gucci, Prada and Chanel. The user can find the sign in and join now forms right in the center of the homepage, outlined in black and white to keep the fields easy to read.

How does the registration process work?

A new user can find the registration form for MyNines at the center of the homepage. The form asks the user for a username, password and email address. After clicking the gold and black “Join Now” button at the bottom of the form, the user is automatically logged in and taken to the product area. The user can begin browsing and making purchases through My Nines. An account info form is also available if the user wants to add their first and last name, date of birth and gender to their profile, but this is not a requirement.

What does it cost to use the application?

How much a user spends on MyNines depends entirely on their shopping habits. Users are not required to pay a subscription or access fee to create an account and browse sample sales. Every user is given access to all current features, which include sale alerts notifications. Of course users must pay the listed amount for the items they purchase, but this is done through the retailer offering the merchandise and not MyNines.

Who would you recommend the application to?

MyNines is an enticing site for those who adore expensive luxury shopping. The site allows users to find bargains on normally high priced items and take advantage of time sensitive deals. It’s very easy to use and works much like the typical deal of the day site.

  • Browse current sample sales available through MyNines
  • Set up sale alerts that notify the user when items are put on sale
  • Participate in the MyNines referral program to earn cash when a friend makes purchases
  • Search for items by category, sales and daily boutiques
  • View images, size information and any other relevant details before visiting the retailer’s website

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