People seem to love the idea of Larky, but don't like the idea of taking time to set it up. The good news is that this is absurdly fast and easy and we're going to show you how to get the most out of Larky right now - in 2 minutes or less. Hey buddy, can you spare 2 minutes?
First, let's make sure you're here for the right reasons: you're probably missing out on loads of perks and discounts from memberships like AAA, AARP, Costco, Blue Cross Blue Shield, alumni, professional, credit cards, etc. If you have at least one of those we mentioned or any others, we've got you covered. Keep reading!
Step 1: Sign up free at www.larky.com or via the mobile app (http://appstore.com/larky). Nothing but an email address and password (sorry, we don't ask for your SSN or underwear size).
Step 2: Add your memberships. This is silly easy. You don't have to add any account numbers or passwords! First, search for the obvious ones from the top of your head. When you see them, click the '+' sign. Next, click on the categories and find your relevant memberships. If you're a member of the Mermaid-Princess-Fairy Club (like my 6-year old daughter) or any other obscure clubs that we don't have on Larky yet, click the super-easy "Add This" button and our robot gerbils will add it for you right quick.
Step 3: Download the iPhone app from http://appstore.com/larky. After you download/install, login to your account.
Step 4: Make celebratory grunting noise. You're done and ready to start saving.
If you have the iPhone app, you'll start getting proactive reminders when you're physically near a member discount.
If you don't have the app or just prefer to use the web site, you can see all your member discounts across all your memberships in your perks dashboard. This is good for "pre-meditated shopping" -- aka "research". You can check your dashboard if you're looking for something specific, going on a trip, etc.
For all you web surfers, we'll soon have a lovely sweet browser extension that will send you alerts when you're shopping online.
Ok, I admit, that was three minutes, not two. If you'd like to have that extra minute of your life back, please send email to email@example.com, tell us what you'll do with the extra minute and we'll send it back in some form of alternative currency (cuz honestly, we're not yet able to send you actual time units).