I posted a limited value deal recently and a few members marked it down as a bad deal. I don't understand. It may work for someone and not for you.
I am also aware that there is a set of guidelines which Yan/ Mike ( admins) have written down to help users pick out good deals. But those are guidelines. Not the LAW. If it is the LAW then the deal should have been rejected as being inadequate. If not why mark it down as negative and keep referring it as a bad deal. I did notice a commenting on the value of it as being LOW which is totally acceptable. Anyways, will leave it open for discussion ( that is if someone wants to discuss)
As I see it some deals may be limited to a few states or cities but they might be big cities where internet traffic is heavy and the users are a lot.
A deal valid for NYC, San Francisco, LA ,San Diego,San Jose, Washington DC, Miami, Boston, Chicago (6 states) will probably generate more interest/traffic than maybe most other deals (which agree to the 10 state "guideline")
The deal in reference is this one