It’s a known fact that if you want to save money, you’d better shop around! Fortunately for you it’s become a lot easier with the birth of the internet – even mobile search is getting faster!
So I bet you’re wondering, “which websites (other than Tippycart lol) should I use when shopping for a particular product or brand? Which will find me the best bargain, or even an alternative item at a cheaper price?”
Even though we don’t own these price comparison sites, our end hope is to save you money and time – below are our top three picks!
#1.) Google Shopping
Google’s shopping site is built for speed. It aggregates many of the top items within a specific country and shows you 15-20 results per page. After doing a quick run through, I was surprised by the quickness and comparison suggestions offered. Also on the left hand column, you’re able to toggle price, color, and category – similar to shopping on Amazon or Ebay.
Shopzilla hasn’t been on my radar, but for the purpose of shop engine diversity I’m listing it as my #2. It’s similar to Google Shopping in it’s shopping suggestions, but the layout is more familiar to Ebay or Groupon. The first thing I searched for was black t-shirt and the first three results were from Kohls.com, followed by three results from Walmart.com, followed by Amazon and then Groupon.
I really like the layout of pricegrabber – it’s easy to see which website is selling and quickly navigate to that listing. The search I ran was for an Atari and the first two suggestions are being sold by Groupon. The site is owned by a Connexity, a highly reputable tech company.