kaled - 12:07 pm on Jan 16, 2011 (gmt 0)
If you have never experienced a problem with an organisation you are not qualified to comment on the efficacy with which they solve problems. I have held household insurance for 29 years and car insurance for 27 years - I have never made a claim on either so I have no idea who is and who isn't good at dealing with claims. This being the case, I simply opt for the cheapest.
If GoDaddy are cheap and you've not had a problem with them it might well be foolish to go elsewhere but for those people who have experienced problems that have not been resolved satisfactorily, it might be foolish to stay.
Cheap food does NOT always taste best - often it is ghastly and deserves to be thrown in the bin. I think what you meant was "nabbing a bargain always feels good". You talk about using coupons - they (and other tactics) exist because marketeers know that people like to feel they have got a bargain. Clearly the tactic has worked with you but whether you really have gotten a good deal is perhaps open to debate - you won't know for sure until a real problem arises.