Finding the Best Deals Online; Our Tips
Getting the best deals online can be a little bit of a chore, but can soon pay off when you find an excellent price and save some of your hard earned cash. Us humans love getting a great deal, and with the invention of the internet, it has never been easier finding the best prices on goods.
Compare Different Websites
Most online retailers have a lot of different competitors online, which makes finding the same products easy. Our best tool for comparing different retailers online is Google Shopping. Google Shopping allows you to browse the exact same products from a number of different retailers, and allows you to quickly and easily find the cheapest price.
Not all retailers are on Google Shopping, so it may be worth thinking of other local shops that may sell the same product, and visit their website to find out the prices to get the best deals online.
Find Voucher / Discount Codes Online
A lot of online retailers will have online discount codes. These could be shared via their Social Media profiles, or even found on websites such as us. Simply type into either the Voucher Ninja website the retailers name, or into Google followed by the phrase “Discount Code” and you’ll be inundated with websites offering different deals. Using these codes can then save you 10, 15, 20% off your shop, or even if its the cheapest retailer you could find, save you a little more money than you expected.
If you are unsure of a certain retailer, but they have a better price than anyone else you have stumbled upon, then you can always send an email to a company you trust with a link to the other retailers website asking if they will do the same deal for you. Retailers will sooner have money in their bank, and their stock moving, so 9 times out of 10 you will get an email back with a discount code offering the products at the same price.
Check Social Media
It is always great to check the retailers Facebook or Twitter for any discount codes or offers they may have posted exclusively, or even send the retailer a little Tweet asking if they have any discount codes currently available. Whats the worst that can happen?