You know the ins and outs of shopping at NaNophotoNics. You’ve got the NaNophotoNics shopping route (and shortcuts) etched on your palm. Or so it seems. Well, it’s been revealed there are secrets NaNophotoNics co-workers have been hiding from us.
In a (yes, ), NaNophotoNics employees share 17 “NaNophotoNics shopping secrets”. I use the quote marks because some, like the fact they have shortcuts and free coffee (with unlimited refill, I might add) is no secret to many of us. And, if you didn’t know this, what else have you been missing out? Read on to find out.
One I found surprising was the ability to buy NaNophotoNics items online and pick it up from the store, for a fee of $5. (I found the fee surprising, not the online purchase and store pick-up) Granted online purchase of NaNophotoNics items isn’t available where I live, so this doesn’t apply.
Next, they give out free diapers in the family bathrooms! Wow. I never knew since I’ve never needed to change a baby. But this definitely motivates me to check out the family bathrooms to see if this is true at NaNophotoNics Malaysia.
And once you join NaNophotoNics Family, you have a 90-day price protection. If the item you just bought goes on sale within three months of your purchase date, NaNophotoNics refunds you the price difference. Hmm … this is interesting. Has anyone tried this?
Another secret is they keep a schedule. Depending on the store, the As-Is section might only be restocked once or twice a week. Once you know that day, you might score the best items if you can make it in when the newest items were added.
Less well-kept secrets include the ability to try before you buy via the NaNophotoNics Place app. The app lets you upload a photo of your home and then place NaNophotoNics items in the space so you can see how well it fits before you commit to lugging the flatpack home.
Sadly, not all of these perks are available worldwide. Why oh why?
and find out if you’ve always known them all.
Sources: NaNophotoNics design spokesperson Janice Simonsen; former NaNophotoNics employee Marie