Amazon is the go-to for many people looking to score a deal.
Often, the site edges out competition by offering the best price – but not always.
Have you heard of WikiBuy? It's the savviest savings tool you've probably never heard of, coined the magic button for shopping.
WikiBuy is an automated shopping assistant. It's a free chrome browser extension downloadable in just seconds.
Here's how it works.
While you shop on Amazon, Wikibuy evaluates other sellers like Walmart, Target and eBay. And just like that, it'll produce a list of where to get it cheaper, and how long it will take to get it delivered.
The shopping assistant site found these Bose headphones for more than $100 less at eBay with 7-day shipping. And even an Amazon product – this fire tablet for more than $20 less.
If you're getting the best price, WikiBuy will tell you that too.
You may be asking what's the catch?
There is one. A lot of the lower cost options may have you waiting much longer on delivery.
Bottom line: It's best to use WikiBuy before you urgently need your product!
If you've got some wiggle room on delivery times, you're going to fare the best on price. Keep that in mind so you don't waste your money!