Birdorable Newsletter

We sent out our first Birdorable Newsletter last week, which included an exclusive sale on select Birdorable Halloween products (up to 40% off, valid until October 31st) just for newsletter subscribers. It's not too late to sign up and take advantage of this promotion. Sign up for the newsletter and we'll send you the latest issue with information about the promotion.


Ashira on October 20, 2008 at 3:42 PM wrote:
It's not showing up in my Inbox :( I think I may have deleted it accidentally because sometimes things go into my spam box when they're not supposed to and I don't read all my spam... Would it be possible to send it again?
Birdorable on October 21, 2008 at 1:45 PM wrote:
Hi Ashira, I just re-sent the newsletter to you. As a note to everyone, the newsletter comes from the email address chickadee (at) birdorable (dot) com, so be sure your spam filter will allow messages from that address. Thanks!
Ashira on October 21, 2008 at 2:09 PM wrote:
Thank you so much! :3 -scuttles off to read newsletter-

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