Thankfully, the days of clipping coupons are over. You don’t need to go through a lot of hassle in order to get a good deal on your groceries, houseware, or even dinner at a restaurant. All you need is one of these amazing shopping apps and services.
This easy-to-use website is like Facebook Marketplace – except it tracks items from all over the internet, allowing you to find the price that works for your budget. Simply type what you’re looking for into the search bar, and get out your credit card.
This free app gives you all the information you need on where to find the best prices for the items you’re looking for.
Capital One’s browser extension (available to Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and Safari) tracks the items you look at online and then offers you coupons and notifies you when these items go on sale. It also offers important details like shipping and handling information, sales tax, and estimated delivery dates. You can also download it onto your phone in order to scan barcodes for quick searches. Best of all, your purchases turn into credits, which can be redeemed at Wikibuy’s partner shops or for purchases made through this service.
No doubt, you have heard of this amazing free browser extension and app that scours the internet for coupon codes and discounts available to you for the products you want to purchase. Let it do all the work, while you sit back and coolly, calmly hit that Buy button, knowing you got the best deal possible.
This browser extension allows you to track prices on Amazon. By installing it, you can check prices instantly while you shop, or if you don’t want to install it, you can perform individual searches through its website.
To keep track of the new technology aimed at making people smarter shoppers, visit PC Magazine, which regularly reviews new apps, gadgets, and other technology. And, don’t forget to stop by our blog for more lifestyle topics and posts on local events.