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LetsPour Puts the Fun in Buying Wine, Launches Spin the Bottle Instant Rewards Game(February 17, 2012)
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) February 17, 2012
Rapidly growing social wine deals site LetsPour.com today announced that it is rewarding new and existing members with a fun game that lets them score daily loot to spend instantly on top wines. LetsPours "Spin the Bottle" invites wine lovers to sign in with Facebook and spin for instant rewards of up to $100. Players can earn more spins by clicking the Facebook like button.
Chances of winning a reward are quite high, says Raghav Kher, Chief Decanter and CEO of LetsPour. And if you dont get lucky today, we invite you to come tomorrow and spin again! Spins also can land on amusing messages like Kiss a Wine Lover and Stomp Some Grapes. And, just like in Vegas, if a player wins $50 and wants to keep spinning for a bigger reward, they risk losing it all!
We launched Spin the Bottle in response to our many members and Facebook fans who demand great tasting wine AND a fun experience, explains Kher. Wine is social, so why shouldnt the buying experience be fun as well? Our site is not full of Parker wannabes. Its full of everyday people like you and me, who enjoy good wine and good times.
LetsPour has been and always will be about its members. They are the driving force behind our wine deals, says Kher. Just look at the incredible social community they have created. Kher points out that many LetsPour members dont just buy wine and leave. They come back to rate the wines and engage in discussions with other wine lovers.
Daily wine deals at LetsPour give adventurous wine drinkers an opportunity to buy award-winning wines at up to 60% off regular prices, with no shipping charges on three or more bottles. Most online retailers charge up to $24 to ship three bottles of wine.
When you factor in shipping, its hard to beat our deals, says Kher. If youre a wine lover with a penchant for a good time, great wine and unbeatable deals, LetsPour is for you.
Spin the Bottle is open to new and existing members of LetsPour. The site estimates it will award around 200 Spin the Bottle rewards daily. Additional rules and information can be found at http://www.letspour.com/spinthebottle/faq.
LetsPour is a Seattle-based social wine site founded in November 2010 by fun-loving wine geeks who wanted to create a social commerce site for their favorite beverage. Since launching daily wine deals in September 2011, LetsPour has skyrocketed, with sales quadrupling from November 2011.
The sites active social hub allows wine lovers to share their favorite wines, connect with people and wineries locally, ask questions and earn fun rewards such as badges and tokens.
LetsPours goal is to level the playing field for wine drinkers and give them an advantage when wine shopping its the only site that lets members rate and review wines that are on sale, or ask a question before buying.
Members can sign up for daily wine recommendations, which feature two new wine deals each day. Cheeky wine reviews, tasting notes from independent wine critics and rich information about wine keep members coming back for more.
Users include casual wine drinkers, wine enthusiasts, winemakers and wine industry professionals. LetsPour has one of the largest databases, with more than 2 million wines, wineries and wine purchase locations.
LetsPour also offers wine apps for the Android and iPhone. Among other things, the apps allow users to see what wines are being purchased nearby in wine shops, restaurants, wine bars and wineries. At a restaurant, for example, users can pull up the app to see what other wine drinkers are saying about their wine list (or enter comments themselves).
Blog, The Good Pour: blog.letspour.com
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