So I am trying to get back into blogging. My friend Joel wrote a post on his company’s blog that inspired me to try to get back into writing (and hopefully publishing) for my blog. What better to start with than to write about my experience with a local company DuckDuck Deal.
They have been around since April 6th and while I knew about them back in April, I didn’t use them until last week. To be honest I had kind of forgotten about DuckDuck Deal despite having their iPhone app installed on my phone (I have 10 pages of apps…I know, I know).
I will admit that I was very skeptical of their business at first (continuing my honesty trend here) because when they launched most of their deals seemed to be deals that you could get without their help/app, but after using them just one time (so far) I am definitely going to be using them more and will recommend them to others.
I was reintroduced to them after seeing a poster for the treasure hunt they are currently doing in Boulder. After seeing their name a few times, I opened their iPhone app and found that their deals have been greatly improved since their launch. The one really caught my eye was for Thunderbird Burger – buy 20 wings for the price of 10. Since my coworker Keyra loves this place (and their wings) we decided to go after work. It worked out perfectly for us as we were able to split the wings, some fries and beer for $8 a person. Even better was that we had leftovers for lunch the next day.
While at Thunderbird I asked the employees how the deals with DuckDuck were going, and sadly I was the first to use one of their codes. Hopefully the Boulder community will embrace DuckDuck so we can continue to see great deals from other local businesses.
As for myself, I am off to Harpo’s for another DuckDuck Deal – $1 Rolling Rock and $1 cheeseburger sliders.