My daughter and I picked this deal out for my wife from my daughter. She wanted to do something nice for her on our anniversary. I called EJ Nails before purchasing to make sure I understood the deal correctly and once we were on the same page we scheduled an appt for my wife. We were only able to get her there from out of town by the time it was her birthday, a few weeks after originally planned for. Upon arrival we again discussed with them what we wanted to do and they said this coupon would only cover $15 worth of services, not the $35 the coupon states. So they told us this coupon would not be valid for what we wanted done, which was a mani/pedi by the way, and told us we would have to pay $35 for what we wanted. We were not very happy and discussed it with a manager who after she and the other worker spoke about the issue in some foreign language told us she would not do business with us. I asked her to call Citydeals and talk with them but she only responded that her contact with citydeals was out of town and unavailable. So we drove our two hours there for nothing but a bad birthday experience. If they can't understand the deals they make with Citydeals, they should not be allowed to use this great site.
Too Good to be True??
Jun 16, 2011
While the deal is incredible, it is what it is. The mani/pedi was the bare bones basic and was offered nothing else. Personally I was in the market for a new home nail place, but this one totally underwhelmed me. If the employees are not enamored with their boss selling these coupons, they need to let her know and not the clients.