EDGEFIELD, S.C. — OutdoorDealHound.com, the first online retail site to offer bundled discount pricing outside the travel industry, will launch Aug. 10.
Shoppers who have purchased flight, hotel and rental car combination packages online have utilized bundled discounts to create significant savings, many without even knowing it. This money-saving retail approach is no longer just for travelers because OutdoorDealHound.com is bringing this same concept to outdoor enthusiasts.
“We are excited to be the first to take this unique shopping experience outside its traditional home of travel sales,” said Danny Young, vice president of marketing for OutdoorDealHound.com. “This approach to online shopping will bring tremendous value to our customers and allow businesses to be as competitive as possible.”
When it launches on Aug. 10, OutdoorDealHound.com will offer more than 1,200 outdoor products. The site will also offer instant rebates, individually tailored discounts and bundled pricing based on the number and type of items a customer purchases and their demographic profile.
Shoppers can identify these discount opportunities by watching for icons, like dog bones, paws and padlocks. For example, the more dog bones displayed on an item’s page, the bigger the discount. Customers will also benefit from companies actively competing for their business, and can shop with confidence since the product targeting will be conducted through secure and confidential demographic profiles, which will not be shared with other companies.
With products from well-known companies, including Sarge Knives, Mossberg, Stone River Gear, Boyt Harness Co., Thermacell and many others, users can shop the brands they know and trust while saving big on quality products.
Another benefit of OutdoorDealHound.com is that revenue from the site will be directed to habitat conservation work and preserving our hunting heritage.
“As a founding partner of OutdoorDealHound.com, the National Wild Turkey Federation is excited about giving shoppers gear at great prices while raising funds for our nationwide conservation and hunting heritage efforts,” said George Thornton, CEO of the NWTF. “This is a win-win situation for everybody.”