This post brought to you by Wikibuy. The content and opinions expressed below are that of DailyTekk.
It’s not everyday I find something online I can call ingenious, but today definitely qualifies. When I was asked to write about a Chrome extension I thought to myself, “Bo-ring.” But as soon as I checked it out I changed my tune to, “Ba-rilliant.” I won’t keep you in suspense any longer: I’m talking about Wikibuy. In a world where dozens — if not hundreds — of tech startups are born and die every day, it takes more and more to impress me (and consumers in general). And Wikibuy does, for several reasons. Mainly because it does what it claims: finds a better all-in price when you shop on Amazon. Once you have Wikibuy installed in Chrome, just start browsing Amazon as you normally would. When you land on a product page, you’ll see the Wikibuy logo down in the left corner: within 10 seconds (and usually much faster) you’ll get an offer from Wikibuy. If the item can be had for a lower price than it is on Amazon, Wikibuy will find it and display that price, including shipping, as an offer. You’ll also see how long it takes to get the item shipped.
If you use Wikibuy to make a purchase, you’ll buy directly from Wikibuy who will handle all the details. In my testing, I checked out several tech items and saw some really great savings! On a Sonos wireless subwoofer Wikibuy was able to save me $116. On a 40″ 4K Samsung TV there was a savings of $67. And on the Nest smart thermostat there was a savings of $67. Pretty stellar. I really like how clean and well designed this plugin is. It’s simple and to the point and is very easy to use. I like that you get a side-by-side comparison with Amazon’s listing to show exactly how you’re saving money and it’s easy to see the date your item will arrive by. Finally, you’ll also see how long you have to decide if you want to purchase the item at the current price offer.
You’ll also see how long you have to return an item (which differs by item — I saw some had 14 days to return while others had 30). There’s plenty of other reasons Wikibuy is likable.
- Every price you see is final — there aren’t any surprise charges.
- It works automatically — you don’t have to do anything except install the plugin.
- There’s a 100% money-back guarantee if you’re unsatisfied with your purchase.
- Your payment information is always private.
Those are all things I’d want to see before trusting a new service with my order (and payment info). Wikibuy is something that I think will make a lot of sense for people. Personally, I do a ton of shopping on Amazon every month — and I’ve been realizing lately that Amazon doesn’t always have the best prices online. It’s weird because I always sort of just assumed they did because, well, they were Amazon.
But in reality, deals can be had on the same items that Amazon sells all over the internet. From Jet, to Target, to Walmart, and beyond, Wikibuy scans several large sellers to find the lowest prices. Needless to say, I’m really impressed. I’d highly recommend checking out Wikibuy. Yes, this is a sponsored article, but I never accept sponsorships from companies or products I don’t like and/or approve of (and I really like this one).
So what are you waiting for — check for better prices automatically!