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The subject line in my inbox was pretty compelling

The subject line in my inbox was pretty compelling. An offer like “Free Pot,” after all, is hard to pass up… if you’re into that kind of thing. Yes, Park Seed was offering a free pot if you bought any of five calla lillies. But, someone must have misunderstood. Today the company’s e-mail subject line read “We Apologize, We Meant to Say Container.” Inside, the text read: “We apologize for any confusion. This is the amazing deal we wanted to offer you.” In case you thought they were dealing in some other type of product altogether.

P.S. Interestingly, they didn’t change their offer code, so one still enters FREEPOT to take advantage of the deal.

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