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nthsll, I am very new to this but I do the same thing. If it is the exact item from the exact store, even if it expired long ago, I just edit. But if it's a different item, I would say it's a different deal. It sucks (I'm impatient to get the deal out there) to wait until a mod approves it as 'not a duplicate' but at least it keeps the system honest.
dealwagger (rep: 10.3k) posted Mar 21, 2012
I definitly prefer a mod review than to duplicate. From what I can tell, the mods are very efficient and pretty much on top of all postings. One fixed my original posting and sent me a PM in the 20 minute drive in to work this morning.
I would like to hear from some of the veterans. If there is something I'm missing that doesn't cause the mods to have to review what is obviously a different deal.
Not sure if this is what you mean, but on a deal like woot.com that changes every day but the URL is the same. In a case like woot just hit "continue anyway" and it usually automatically fills in the new item discription and picture to.
akaricke (rep: 161k) posted Mar 21, 2012
Actually yeah, Woot is a good example of a deal that changes completely but shows as a duplicate.
I can say not every thing shows up as a dup. I posted a deal from 13 deals the other day, and a few hours later some one else posted the same day but added a code that lowered the price. I didn't flag it or post dup on it because I was so unsure of what action to take, lets just say mine sat there with 4 plus and the other if I am not mistaken went to front page. So who knows the right thing to do
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