Can anyone here explain how the BuyClub deals are valuated?
Some of the deals seem to be no-brainers in terms of value (ex. Subway) but 1/2 of the "deals" don't make sense to me (mathematically).
Let's take the latest one for example.
They value their meal at 144 CHF and you can get it for 69 CHF which is (as they say) 52% off.
But upon closer inspection (looking at their menu), I don't see how anything two people would order (according to the rules) could add up to 144 CHF.
Let's take the most expensive items on the menu.
Starter: Chili con Carne 14.50
2 Mains: 30.50 each (61 total)
2 Desserts: Not listed
2 Cocktails: Not listed.
Either way, the starter+mains would add up to 75.50 CHF.
The balance is 68.50 CHF.
So 2 cocktails and 2 desserts cost an average (68.50/4) of 17 CHF each?
Let's say cocktails are 18 each (going rate at nice bars for Geneve) so that means the 2 desserts are 16.25 CHF each?
Just wondering/semi rant-ing.