Drive More Sales With Upselling…

When customers begin redeeming Deals Magazine Vouchers, your employees will benefit from upselling education. If you've offered a deal voucher worth $20, you'll want your new customers to spend more. Your employees have the power to drive sales and make the most out of your experience with Deals Magazine!

The Only Way to Drive Sales Through Upselling Is to Ask

Ask the customer if they'd like to add a gift card to their purchase, or if they'd like to upgrade to a premium service or product. They might not know they have the option and your suggestion might sway them.


Be Specific

A customer won't agree to buy something without knowing what it is. Don't ask "Can I get you anything else with that?" Ask "Would you like to add _____ to your purchase?" Don't ask "Would you like dessert?" Ask "I'm going to drop off a dessert menu, my favorite is the _____ it has _____. Can I get you one?"


Know Your Power as a Salesperson

Be confident in your product knowledge and in yourself

Customers can tell when a salesperson is not confident, and will often choose not to buy a product based on their first impression.


You have the power to sway sales

If a customer is torn between two similar products, demonstrate your own preference. The customer will often purchase based on your suggestions.


Know when to stop

Often, salespeople become pushy when they feel a sale is close. It takes practice and patience, but you need to know when to step away and let the customer think their decision over.


Don't be afraid to ask for the sale

Sounding desperate or making it appear that you're only trying to meet a quota will not help, but if a customer seems genuinely interested in the product, take that extra step and ask if they'd like to go home with the product today.


Personalize Your Sell

Although it's often easier to rattle off a list of stats or features, spend some time getting to know your customer and assessing their needs. Make sure the upsell you're suggesting is relevant or useful to the customer. Ask open-ended questions and get to know the customer.


Let the customer decide what they're willing to spend. Don't make judgments on income or spending level based on appearances: you never know the whole story. Instead, let the customer lead the way in a discussion about cost. Knowing the values and differences between your product and the competition can help sway a customer's decision. Offer the benefits of your product without bashing your competitors.


Be Specific

Have a list of items that might make using your product easier or more efficient. Don't ask the lady who is purchasing a new laptop if she'd like to add a refrigerator to her purchase, ask her if she'd like to add extra memory, some new software or a protection plan. Offer items or services that allow customers to personalize their purchase. A good add-on to cell phones, eReaders or computers is a protective case.

Who We Are

Deals Magazine entered the booming and competitive online deal industry with a one-two punch, creating patent-pending software to give you access to buyers you never knew were yours and providing you with three ways to convert new buyers into loyal ones.

What We Do

Deals Magazine protects your business from out-of-area buyers through our Freeloaders' Protection Program. We also protect you through our patent-pending approach that allows you to time-release your promotion over an extended period-your deals, your pace.

How We Can Help

You have the highest potential to gain return clients when subscribers define your location as their frequented shopping area. We also give you access to subscriber demographics and a breakdown of every dollar spent gaining targeted prospects on your behalf.

How It Works

We create a sense of urgency for buyers to purchase your deal within a certain time frame. However, the deal will remain published until all vouchers are purchased. After all, you'll want to reach the new subscribers we continue to get in your area.