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Page Expiration Robot - Countdown Timer

The official #1 most intelligent, scarcity countdown timer plugin ever created for WordPress to expire posts AND pages on autopilot!

16 reviews
Average Rating
3.6 out of 5 stars
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By , for WP 4.5.3

Plugin doesn't show at any pages, and the support is inexistent.

I'm really dissapointed.

By ,

Plugin renders code that doesnt make any sense. The result is just broken page styling. It is useless for me.

Tried it twice over 10 months.. broke sites both times
By , for WP 4.3.1

I tried this plugin 10 months ago and it broke the styling of the theme I was using it on. I posted a support questions and never got an answer so I deleted the plugin.

Today I decided to give it another go, thinking that after 10 months the issues would have been resolved. I installed it on a site running the default twenty-fourteen theme and 3 plugins (akismet, TinyMCE, YoastSEO). Once again putting in the timer broke the layout of the theme.

A quick look at the support forum here shows the issue again and again. Avoid the frustration by avoiding this plugin.

One times and slow
By , for WP 4.3

Two bad ideas.

1. Only black timer
2. Very slow: from 0.45 sec up to 4 sec.


Mobile fail and infunctional
By ,

The count down timer doesn't scale for different screen sizes. It also didn't redirect to the given url after hitting zero. It lost styling on hitting zero. text went from Dutch back to English and aligned left in stead of centered. Very unreliable. I really NEEDED the page to disappear on the given time.


Lots of conflicts and it don't work
By , for WP 4.2.4

I have buy this plugin with add-on. It don't work and I have lots of conflicts with wordpress and another plugin and problem of display. Since one month I send mail to the support and they don't found a solution to this.

Wrong Download Link
By , for WP 4.2.4

I purchased Expire by IP, but they sent me the counter flip addon. How does one screw up a basic purchasing process. So I sent them an email at 11am on Friday and got an autoresponse an hour later saying they're not open for the weekend. So now I gotta wait to monday to get what I purchased on Friday, and that's only if they decide to respond.

Buggy, and only one timer before they want you to pay.
By , for WP 4.2.2

1. I tried the free version. Note, you only get one timer. When you try to add the second you get a notice that if you want more you have to buy the add-on. Wow. I get wanting to push the paid version, but limiting it to one free timer is pretty extreme.

2. The one campaign I did create was not saved in the "campaigns" area so it could be edited. Thus, you can't change anything.

3. I tried an evergreen timer and set it to expire in six hours. However, when it appeared it showed all zeroes and promptly redirected to another URL, as I had set it to do.

I had to delete it.

Need to buy addons
By ,

To make this work without being irritating you need to buy addons. I didn't want anything to happen when time is done but....need an addon to do that. :(

Deleted the plugin

By ,

After activating the plugin, there was a third-party style. Settings strayed site. Sucks. Plugin should be "easy" and perform their actions are strictly intended purpose!

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