Wish Queue will Revolutionize the Way You Shop Online, for Yourself

While you’re shopping for others this holiday season, why not consider a new way to buy gifts for you? Of course, there’s nothing wrong with buying little gifts for yourself, but where’s the fun? WishQueue.com will change the way you shop, by delivering the surprise when you treat yourself.

Wish Queue allows you to add products you want to your own personal wish queues. Then, you set up a payment plan that fits your budget. Once you set aside enough money, a random gift arrives at your door.

“We wanted to replicate the experience of having a package show up that you forgot you ordered,” said co-founder Matthew Badten. “When you open the box, you can’t help but smile.”

Wish Queue also enables fiscal responsibility. Customers figure out how much they can afford on a weekly, bi-weekly or monthly basis and set aside the amount that works for them. Customers aren’t locked in either, they may change their payment date at any time.

“We think it works best when you align payments with your pay day to make for simpler budgeting,” said Badten.

It’s that simple. When you find something you want, rather than splurging right then, you simply add it to your wish queue. Then when you’re ready, you set up a payment plan for as much as you want, as often as you want. And that’s when the fun begins, you won’t know when the first delivery may arrive or what it will be, but it’s sure to put a smile on your face.

About Wish Queue

Launched in September, Wish Queue aims to change how people shop for themselves. It encourages customers to save for the things they want, and rewards them with surprise deliveries that are sure to brighten anyone’s day. Learn more at www.wishqueue.com

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