Websites that can help you Finding the best price on the web

Abdelrhman Zaghloul

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Buying electronics online can be a challenge sometimes, you might buy something then find out that it's price dropped the next day so here are some wesites that can help you find the best deals from a trusted retailers :

Nextag - Compare Prices Before you Buy

google shopping

www.decide.com

Pricewatch - Web's first Price Comparison site. Find the lowest price, deals and store reviews on tech and more

here is a video by lockergnome to illustrate more :

How to Find the Best Price on Electronics - YouTube

please tell me what you think.
 

JimR

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Be sure and always check resellerratings.com if shopping at an online store you're not familiar with. Don't want to get caught in a bait-and-switch scenario.
 

lenshoarder

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I remember pricewatch. It was the thing 10 years ago. Today.....

Google shopping is your best bet. Once you know the ins and outs, it's crazy powerful. It will even tell you things that a company's own website won't. Like when the NEX went on clearance at Sears and dropped as low as $25. The sears websites wouldn't give you specific pricing or availability at your local store. Google shopping though, it told you the exact price and location of all the cameras Sears still had in stock.

Don't forget about getting cashback to squeeze out another few percent. You can look up cashback for stores at Cashback Watch - Cashback Comparison.
 

tdekany

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What do you mean by that? How do you find out? Thanks.

I remember pricewatch. It was the thing 10 years ago. Today.....

Google shopping is your best bet. Once you know the ins and outs, it's crazy powerful. It will even tell you things that a company's own website won't. Like when the NEX went on clearance at Sears and dropped as low as $25. The sears websites wouldn't give you specific pricing or availability at your local store. Google shopping though, it told you the exact price and location of all the cameras Sears still had in stock.

Don't forget about getting cashback to squeeze out another few percent. You can look up cashback for stores at Cashback Watch - Cashback Comparison.
 

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