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Seven Free Apps to Save Money on Amazon Shopping

Amazon often sells products at lower prices than many other retailers. But some online tools can help you save even more. Their list was collected by the publication Money Talks News.

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The following websites, browser extensions, and smartphone apps can increase your savings when shopping on Amazon. Plus, they're all free.

1. Amazon app

One of the best ways to take advantage of great deals is to be able to check them instantly. The Amazon app connects to your Amazon account, so you can use it to check out the latest deals and place orders right away. For Amazon Prime members who have access to some deals earlier than other buyers, this can be especially helpful.

You can also use the app to update your Amazon shopping list and track orders.

To start using the app The Amazon, download it.

2. Honey

Honey is a browser extension that searches the internet for coupon codes for the items you buy. Basically, you shop as you normally would, but Honey automatically looks for discounts on items you put in your cart so you can apply the best discount Honey finds for your purchase prior to checkout.

To start using Honey, add it to your browser.

3 Shopkick

If you want to be rewarded for completing small tasks while shopping, try the Shopkick app. You will earn points, called kicks, for completing certain tasks in brick-and-mortar stores or when shopping online. For example, you can receive bonuses on the Internet for visiting a seller's website, viewing or purchasing certain products.

You can exchange kicks for free gift cards, including Amazon gift cards.

To start using Shopkick, download the app.

4. Cashback resources

The Ibotta app offers discounts on items you buy from many retail and online stores, including Amazon.

If you don't want to use a smartphone app, use a money-back website like Rakuten or TopCashback.

To start using any of these refund portals, create an account Ibotta, Rakuten or TopCashback - or all three at once.

5. Swagbucks

Swagbucks, like other money-back sites, allows you to get your money back on Amazon purchases. You collect points called "SB" for shopping on Amazon through Swagbucks, then you can exchange them for cash through PayPal or gift cards.

But Swagbucks is more than just a cashback site. You can also make money from surveys, video views, and games through Swagbucks.

To start using Swagbucks have some great offers, register.

6 Camel Camel Camel

This Amazon price tracker will send you an email when the price of the item you are watching drops to the price you want to pay. Create an account, add links to the products you want to watch, and then set your desired price.

The site will also show you a history of product prices, which will help you set a reasonable amount of price reductions.

To start using CamelCamelCamel, visit his website. You do not need to register, although creating an account will give you access to more features, including the ability to receive price drop notifications by email.


Let's say you found the product you were looking for at an amazing price. You have checked the reviews and you like them. But what if they're not real?

Fakespot analyzes Amazon reviews and rates them on a scale from A to F based on how reliable they are. So, if you've found something that you love but don't want to take product reviews at face value, using Fakespot can help you find real reviews.

To start using fake spot, copy and paste the Amazon product link on the Fakespot website and click the Analyze button.

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