Promote And Sell
Flash Sale can help you promote products and sell out overstock inventory
Countdown Clock to create sense of urgency for buyers
Once you add the products to the queue, we will continuously cycle through them
About Droparoo Flash Sale
Droparoo Flash Sale is an easy way to create a dedicated sale page and rotate products for sale every 60 minutes or less. By adding products to a queue, and setting the price you want to sell at, you can queue up as many sales as you want!
When the product goes live, the deal is set. When time is up, the price is reverted to the original price and the next product is up for sale. We've also made it super easy to decide when you want to run your deals.
Droparoo Flash Sale is developed by the companies Droparoo and Brand New Ship, LLC. We are seasoned shopify developers with experience working with shops of all sizes and developing apps to benefit shop owners.
Here are some more extras that our app or we can do! - We support foreign currencies - We have a count down clock to create urgency in your customers! - We include social sharing functionality - Our team is ready to make sure the installation goes without a hitch! (We may take up to 24-48 hours to respond).
See the app in action
Explore how the app works in an example store.View example store
Pricing 14-day free trial
Base - 1 Deal
Run 1 Flash Sale at a time
Put up to 5 deals up for sale at a time
Put up to 10 deals up for sale at a time
Put up to 25 deals up for sale at a time
* All charges are billed in USD. Recurring charges, including monthly or usage-based charges, are billed every 30 days.
Most recent reviews
Really enjoying this app! I've been working really close with the app developer and he has been so helpful and worked so hard to get the app working the way we envision it. Our customers are loving it! Giving it 4 stars because it was a little rocky start, but as I said, the app developer has been so great! Would recommend!
It was great when I first started using it. The idea of it is really great and I loved the countdown functionality, it really pushed people to purchase quick before the time ran out. Unfortunately, due to bugs in the app, the 5 minute "flash sale" prices I set up became permanent on many of my items. This led to customers stacking coupons on top of the flash sale prices, days later after the flash sale was over - forcing the sale of some items below my cost. The system was unable to put the price back to the normal price after the sale was over. This is a big issue. I trusted the system to reset things, and it cost me in the end. When you are running 50+ items one after another during an event, you need the automation to restore the prices when the sale is over. Having it only work on some items and not others was a real surprise. I reached out to support and they acknowledged the issue and apologized, but never got back to me with a solution. I have not run a flash sale since.
I used this to do a two day hourly sale on products. App failed on my 75% of the way through. There is very poor control over products and finding them without a search mechanism is laborious is you have a large inventory of products. Also, products do not always show up in the order they are defined in the product queue and sometimes change without notice or reason. Biggest issue- many sale prices not moved back to regular after sale over. This app could be very useful but needs work and is not ready for production.
Hi there, I had reach out the customer via email after the review, but did not hear back. And just realized I never updated a reply here.
We tried reaching out to help this shop rectify any issues but did not receive a response.
We currently direct our users to build a collection in Shopify and we can sync products over. This helps workaround the search mechanism for now while we finish up our searching mechanism.
For the price reversion issue, we wanted to dig further into the shop's setup, and monitor logging to understand what's happened as we've found < 1% of the shop is having this issue and we think it is on Shopify's API end as we keep monitoring our traffic and calls. We are building more fault tolerance to make sure even in those cases nothing will fail.