Yes! thats correct.studiddy said:Stupid question, but I want to be sure I understand how team performance works. I order from them every few months, but haven't joined yet. Say I spend $350, with this offer, will I essentially earn a $70 credit towards a future purchase? If so, that's not a bad deal at all. Thanks
I forgot to mention there are other minor perks to being a Team Performance member such as no extra cost upgraded shipping to 2nd day when you order online.bnh142 said:Yes! thats correct.
I work at the Mountain View Performance (formerly Supergo) so I can explain how the Team Performance deal works in detail. It has changed recently so what you heard before might not be accurate. I will break it down into steps.
1. You buy the card and pay $20 upfront. This is good for 365 days and now it renews your membership automatically every year unless you opt out.
2. Whenever you buy anything from any performance online or off, you can use you card (or just the number on the card really) to get points added to your account. Just give them your card when you buy or if you forget your card we can look your info up. The money you spend on the same purchace as the team perfomance card is included in your points.
3. Normally, 10% of whatever you spend pre-tax is put into your team performance account 24 hours after you make the purchace, although occasionally it might be a higher percentage during special promotons. You have to use the money you are given back on some other day, but there are no limitations on what you can spend it on.
4. You used to have to wait for cupons to be mailed to your address but that is no longer the case. Now we just swipe your Team Performance card and subtract whatever balance you have accumulated from your sale price. The discount is pre-tax so you save a little extra on reduced taxes too. You used to have to spend your coupons $10 at a time and could not get change from a coupon but now we can take the exact amount off the card down to the penny.
That's really all there is to it.
How is the store doing under the Performance name? Seems to me that it was pretty nice when it was called Supergo. They had a good selection of products, good prices, and a good flow of customers. When they switched to Performance, the selection of products shrunk significantly, with a lot of the better quality stuff dissappearing. Also, prices have increased significantly (or maybe sales are much less frequent). I hope the Mountain View store doesn't become a clone of the Redwood City Performance store, which has hardly any customers or staff.bnh142 said:I work at the Mountain View Performance (formerly Supergo) so I can explain how the Team Performance deal works in detail. It has changed recently so what you heard before might not be accurate. I will break it down into steps.