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With customer-get-customer powered Private Sale Event sites like Gilt and Vente-Privee becoming ever more popular social commerce solutions, it’s of note that the enterprise edition of Magento e-commerce platform offers Private Sale Event functionality out of the box (Portero run this software).

Here’s Alexander Ringsdorff of Visions (Magento e-commerce solutions) with a useful walkthrough of the Magento Private Sales Event module to complement the promotional video (embedded below)

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    Kelvin

    Hey,

    Ask this question first – who can afford Magento enterprise edition? It cost more than 12K a year! + maintenance fees + development costs and design + support. You should be talking about something realistic like these guys for example: http://www.plumrocket.com/solutions/how-to-create-a-membership-website/ or find some good extensions here, on magento site- http://www.magentocommerce.com/magento-connect/

    Kelvin