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Do you shop on Amazon a lot? I sure do. In fact, I think about 80% of the items I’ve purchased in the last 5 years have come from the megastore. But while most of us assume Amazon always has the best prices, that’s not always the case. Turns out that many other big retailers like eBay, Jet, Target, and other, can often beat Amazon’s prices.
But how can you find out when you’re not getting the best price? Simple, just install the Wikibuy Chrome browser extension. This handy tool automatically keeps an eye on your Amazon browsing, and offers lower priced alternatives when available. When you first sign up for WikiBuy, they show you a list of products you’ve recently looked at on Amazon and show you potential better deals.
The extension is really easy to use, and works in less than 10 seconds to show you the lowest price Wikibuy can find – including shipping and tax. You won’t spend hours scouring the web for better prices. WikiBuy takes care of it for you. Here’s a great example of savings that I found today while I was shopping Amazon:
Pretty slick, eh? Basically, all you do is shop, and Wikibuy shows you how to get the better price. When customers find a lower price, they can make their purchase through Wikibuy, who offers a universal shopping cart across numerous online sellers, making it easy to register just once, and buy from multiple outlets. Just hit the “Quick View” button in the bottom left corner, and you’re taken to a shopping cart to make your purchase. All purchases made via Wikibuy include a money-back guarantee.