The ability to list works (and product selections) you'd love to own. Then people could buy them for you and they would be sent directly to you, without ever needing to reveal your address. If they came with a little note, that would be extra lovely
Just wondering if it would be possible to create a wish list. That would be convenient. Thanks.
You can add T-shirts to your favorites. That kinda serves the same purpose as a wishlist.
Great idea. I love the tshirts but there are so many of them I want that I can't afford to buy them all at once. I'd love to be able to pick a few every now and then from a wishlist and then I'd only have to search the new additions.
I NEED A WISHLIST!
I am surprised that RedBubble doesn't have the facility to make a wishlist! Are they opposed to increasing their profits? It just makes good business sense to let customers keep track of the pieces they would like to buy...it's a win/win situation & such an easy feature to set up. If I could make a wishlist I would already have about 20 pieces on it & that's on my first visit....that could be quite a nice income stream for RedBubble & their artists.
I love this idea and would love to see this "Wishlist" feature on RB such that we can mark items we would like to keep track of for future purchase but cannot currently buy them. I feel this would be a great feature that will enhance the already great RB experience!
As to "Darren Stones" question, this feature is available on big art sites like deviantArt.com (and I am sure other places but dA is the first one that came to mind.)
Paul McClintock commented
Maybe for weddings. Gift registries tend to work well.
Damien Mason commented
Kaboodle is pretty popular, and I've had people buy me stuff from my amazon.com wishlist too. For families like mine, where we're spread across the globe, buying online is great. If I knew someone wanted something specific from redbubble I'd certainly buy it for them.
Darren Stones commented
Is there evidence anywhere on the web that this actually happens?