Followed by the Amway ambot chuckle. HUA HUA HUA.
Like have a big laugh at all the losers who pay big bucks to have coffee instead of having something healthy (Amway ambot claim not mine!) like what ambots are flogging.
There’s a lot of people not ambots who like going to Starbucks for a coffee or one of their other beverages. And yes their coffees do cost more than McDonald’s but are in the same range as other coffee houses independently owned or a franchise.
Say someone goes into Starbucks every day for a coffee and a baked goody. Lets call it $5 so I can work in round numbers and that’s a normal coffee not a specialty. That would be $150/month and lets hope some Amway ambot doesn’t show up here to bitch that some months have 31 days and my math is wrong. Doubtful. Ambots ain’t too good with managing money or they’d notice all their cash going down the toilet thanks to Amway.
So $150/month at Starbucks and the buyer is getting something they like. Something they like to drink and something that tastes good to eat. Beats the hell out of buying from Amway and drinking a can of cat piss and eating a shitty food bar. 12 can of XS cost around $30 and remember I’m working in round numbers so why the hell can’t Amway sell them in cases of 10. Likewise lets take Amway’s shitty food bars sold in 12 for around $30. Works out to $2.50 a can or bar. Same situation $5/day for an Amway beverage and an Amway bar = $150/month.
Now we could argue the shit out of this one that Starbucks products taste better but the real thing is by the ambot argument which they are totally clueless it’s the same money spent, so Amway also qualifies to be snidely referred to as Big Bucks. And the ambot still has to spend around another $150 that month in Amway products to qualify for a measly commission check around $10. Starbucks offers some rewards programs for people using their gift card or their credit card to get rewarded with a free coffee or products. Depends how frequently they go and if they go daily they probably get freebies a couple of times or so a month, equaling around $10.
So far Starbucks seems to be the better deal here. Spend less money and get about the same return, though in products not cash or check.
Anway lets toss Starbucks out and get back to Big Bucks. The real Big Bucks: Amway. There is no doubt in my mind that ambots spend more money a month at Big Bucks Amway than they do with any other establishment they frequent.
Save your money. Spend it somewhere else instead of Big Bucks Scamway.