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When you think “online shopping,” you probably think “Amazon.” While Amazon definitely has an iron grip on online retail (and possibly the entire world?), it turns out it’s not always the cheapest. Install the Wikibuy extension, and it’ll automatically alert you if you can find a better price somewhere else.
Feeling and looking good in your daily attire usually comes at a high price. But that’s not true with Grana: a site that sells luxury-quality essentials for a fraction of what you’d usually pay. That’s because Grana believes in high-quality clothing but not in high markups. Plus?
You’ll save 10% with code: netted.(code expired!)
Napping on the couch—fantastic. Finding a couch that fits your décor and pricepoint—a giant pain. Not so with Hamlet. Send a text and a concierge will help you find the furniture and decor items you’re looking for. Checkout on their mobile-friendly site, and get the item shipped to you. Welcome to the future: You now can find a new couch without ever leaving your old one.
Camels are kinda strange, right? They smell weird; they spit a lot. But The Camelizer is a camel we’re cool with: Install this browser extension, and it’ll show you the price history of any item on Amazon, so you can tell if you’re getting a deal or not. You can also set up a price alert and make your purchase at just the right time.
Here’s another Amazon hack for you. Let’s say you’ve got your cart, but you’re a few bucks short of the minimum for free shipping. Head to Filler Item, enter the amount you’re short, and you get a list of items near that price that qualify for free shipping. Add one and get the whole load brought to your door for free. That’s shopping like a pro.
Guide • July 20, 2016
Both online and in real life, these apps and sites will help you find deals and save money