XNUMX free resources to help you save money when shopping on Amazon
Use these resources to save money (or earn extra money) when shopping on Amazon. Writes about this Money Talks News.
Amazon often sells at lower prices than many other retailers. But some online tools can save you even more money.
1. Amazon App
One of the best ways to take advantage of discounts is to be able to instantly check them out. The Amazon app connects to your Amazon account, so you can use it to check the latest deals and place orders. For Amazon Prime members who have access to some deals before other buyers, this can be especially helpful.
You can also use the app to update your Amazon shopping list and track your orders.
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 ordinary stores or when making purchases on the Internet. For example, you can get a kick on the Internet for visiting the seller’s website, viewing or buying certain goods.
Earned kicks are then exchanged for free gift cards, including Amazon gift cards.
The Ibotta app offers cash discounts on items you buy at many regular and online stores, including Amazon. Ibotta offers 2,5 to 5,5% cash on certain Amazon purchases.
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4. Cashback Resources
If you don’t want to use a smartphone app such as Ibotta for discounts, at least use a cashback website such as Ebates or TopCashback when shopping online. Otherwise, you are missing out on free money. Even if you think this is a little, the money back increases over time.
Swagbucks, like other refund sites, allows you to earn money when shopping on Amazon. Technically, you get points called SBs for Amazon purchases through Swagbucks, but you can redeem them for cash through PayPal or gift cards.
But Swagbucks is more than just a refund site. You can also earn money for participating in polls, watching videos and games through Swagbucks.
This Amazon price tracking system will send you an email when the product you are viewing drops to the price you want to pay. Create an account, add links to the products you want to see, and then set the price you want.
The site will also show you the price history of the product, which can help you set a reasonable amount of price reduction.
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Let's say you find a product you are looking for at an amazing price. You checked the reviews and they seem great. And if this is not so?
Fakespot analyzes reviews on Amazon and rates them on an A-to-F scale, based on how reliable Fakespot considers reviews. So, if you find a thing you like, using Fakespot will help you decide whether to make a purchase.
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