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You've Gotta Get It



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Published 10/12/2010 and rated Ratingstars2 2 out of 5 stars
by AppAppeal Editor
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What can you use the app for?

You’ve Gotta Get It is an elegant version of the typical social buying site. Users can join the mailing list to receive daily deals. When a deal comes along that they want to participate in, they can choose to purchase it. Each deal requires an up front payment, but this is usually less than half of the retail value of the service or product. The user receives a voucher that can be printed and taken with them when they visit the business to redeem their discount. Many people find sites like You’ve Gotta Get It to be a great way to save money while going out or trying a new restaurant or entertainment venue.

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What is the history and popularity of the app?

You’ve Gotta Get It, founded in 2009, was created to bring users an opportunity to save money at local businesses. The site was created like many others, building an easy way to generate revenue while providing visitors with the benefit of a daily discount. The creators built a social buying site that offers a good user experience, with eye-catching colors and elegant design that presents the same functions as many other social buying sites.

What are the differences to other apps?

The function of You’ve Gotta Get It doesn’t deviate much from other social buying websites. This one stands out a little more because of its stylish design and unique collection of special offers. Each site presents a new list of daily deals and locations covered. You’ve Gotta Get It is no different, which helps enhance the users experience by adding to the existing pool of social buying options.

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How does the web app look and feel to use?

The design and color scheme of You’ve Gotta Get It is one of the site’s strong points. The attractive You’ve Gotta Get It logo features a very sophisticated appearance, complimented by the dark blue border and lighter background. Color images help users get a feel for the site’s personality and the items available. Overall, You’ve Gotta Get It seems to embody a more feminine design, with just a hint of mature flavor.

How does the registration process work?

To register for You’ve Gotta Get It, a new user can click either the white “Your Account” or “Subscribe” links at the top right hand corner of the homepage. Both of these will ask the user to login, but includes a separate tab or link to access the account creation page. You’ve Gotta Get It asks for a username, email address, and location choice. Users can select either Chicago, Chicago suburbs, or San Francisco/San Jose areas.

What does it cost to use the application?

The way social buying websites work; most do not require any kind of membership fee or premium account purchase from users. You’ve Gotta Get It works the same way. Anyone can make an account and begin reviewing available daily deals. The expense only comes when a user chooses to purchase a daily deal. The price of these varies and no minimum or maximum purchase requirements exist. Users can buy as much or as little as they like every day.

Who would you recommend the application to?

You’ve Gotta Get It could be interesting for the thrifty bargain shopper, especially those who have really felt the impact of the recent recession. Users can purchase deals at local businesses for a fraction of their retail value. The categories covered are diverse, although the available locations are limited. Anyone living in one of the communities listed on You’ve Gotta Get It can get the most benefit from the site.

  • Take advantage of daily deals that offer savings of 50% or more
  • Try out a new business in your community for less
  • Sign up for email updates to stay on top of the newest deals
  • Choose from three locations: Chicago, Chicago suburbs, and San Francisco/San Jose
  • Review monthly and side deals for added savings


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