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Which shopping site has the best point system?Which shopping site has the best point system?

YaBoyArmenYaBoyArmen27 dager sidenAsk MFC
Hey MFC, I was recently looking on AmiAmi and Hobby Search just to see whats new and I clicked on the Shigaraki nendoroid that is releasing soon, but I saw that it would only give 44 points on AmiAmi and 40 points on HobbySearch. The conversion is 1 cent = 1 point I believe. Are there any other mainstream anime sites that have a better point system? Something that has like 2x points or something extra on Christmas or a holiday.

Thanks!

-Armen
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1pt
So many comments! Don't feel like tagging them all but thank you all so much! It looks like TOM is my future move! :D
23 dager siden
2pt
TOM can afford to dish out that many rewards points because they require upfront payment. So while you stack up points to use, they have cash-in-hand, whereas many other online retailers do not require payment until the product ships.

motakun (25 dager siden) #64228476AmiAmi's point system is 1 point=1 yen and the points are just entered 17 days after your order has been shipped. You can only use your accumulated points within a year. In terms of point system, Tokyo Otaku Mode does it best. Not only do they offer discounts and coupons, they also offer "increase points" events like their recent 40x point in the commemoration of AnimeExpo. They also offer a small discount on your birthday. Some cons however are their non-premium and premium system where some discounts and special sales are only limited to premium users. They also have delays and late releases compared to other online stores.
24 dager siden
1pt
CDJapan has a pretty good point system and personally my favorite, though their pre-orders do tend to close much sooner compared to other sites. And sometimes there are products that are on AmiAmi and HLJ that aren't offered on CDJapan and vice versa. But CDJapan's prices are slightly cheaper (at least with US prices) and they offer a bit more points on products. They'll also do special offers/coupons and you get points for your Birthday. Also, if spend a certain amount on orders you can get extra points and if you do their surveys you get 50 points (which aren't long - takes me less than a minute to do and you get the points right away).
25 dager siden
1pt
AmiAmi's point system is 1 point=1 yen and the points are just entered 17 days after your order has been shipped. You can only use your accumulated points within a year. In terms of point system, Tokyo Otaku Mode does it best. Not only do they offer discounts and coupons, they also offer "increase points" events like their recent 40x point in the commemoration of AnimeExpo. They also offer a small discount on your birthday. Some cons however are their non-premium and premium system where some discounts and special sales are only limited to premium users. They also have delays and late releases compared to other online stores.
25 dager siden
2pt
Cantisama (26 dager siden) #64222227Their prices seem on par with US stores like Crunchy and BBTS. When you factor in TOM's percentage off coupons, bonus point campaigns, and free shipping on orders of $150+, you can get better prices than buying from Japan shops.
Depends on where you live and where they ship from... When TOM ships from the U.S. I have a good chance of getting hit by huge customs fees (Canada). Whereas with Japan Post I rarely ever get dinged with customs fees.
26 dager siden
2pt
Arararagiii (26 dager siden) #64214259but everything is overpriced.....
Their prices seem on par with US stores like Crunchy and BBTS. When you factor in TOM's percentage off coupons, bonus point campaigns, and free shipping on orders of $150+, you can get better prices than buying from Japan shops.
26 dager siden
3pt
Cantisama (26 dager siden) #64200120Nothing touches TOM's point system. TOM gives 5% base, 15% for newly posted pre-orders, and 30%-50% during point campaigns. I should specify those numbers are based on Premium membership, which literally pays for itself ($15 for 3 months, and you instantly get $16.50 in points) and everyone should sign up for before making a purchase.
AmiAmi gives 1% back in points. It's better than nothing, but it's not going to make a difference in your purchasing habits.
but everything is overpriced.....
26 dager siden
2pt
Aside from having to do some mathematical gymnastics to take full advantage of point events and to make free shipping, TOM's point system is by far the best. It's typically the best bet for new releases/preorders, for aftermarket, all the other usual suspects.
26 dager siden
1pt
Nothing touches TOM's point system. TOM gives 5% base, 15% for newly posted pre-orders, and 30%-50% during point campaigns. I should specify those numbers are based on Premium membership, which literally pays for itself ($15 for 3 months, and you instantly get $16.50 in points) and everyone should sign up for before making a purchase.

AmiAmi gives 1% back in points. It's better than nothing, but it's not going to make a difference in your purchasing habits.
26 dager siden
1pt
tom has good deals but i cant use that site since im in the eu and you get custom fees from the usa
solarisjapan just started a points system too which is handy
26 dager siden
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