Black Friday and Cyber Monday are the biggest shopping days of the year. You can find the best prices on tech products like laptops, 4K TVs, phones, and more.
You can count on us to publish the best deals you need to know about. We’ve included a few of our favorite examples, pointing out how each can help you track deals in slightly different ways, with their own special features.
All of the products are free to use. You can rest easy knowing that you do n’t need to take any extra action until it comes time to make a purchase.
Camelcamel tracks the price of every product sold on Amazon. It can send alerts when products fall as low as you’d like. This price tracker works only for products on Amazon.
The camelizer lets you see pricing trends on a product-by-product basis. It allows you to set your desired price without navigating away from Amazon.
If you already have a wishlist saved on Amazon, you can import it to CamelCamelCamel. The products fall below the amount set on your price alert.
Honey browser extension can track the prices of items you visit. It will alert you when it finds a deal. Honey will also scour each site you visit for offer codes that can be applied to your checkout total.
Honey works with Amazon and other retailers, and you can add items to your’droplist,’ which is basically just a wishlist. You can select the price watch duration as well as the percentage off that you’re looking for for.
Slickdeals aggregates some of the best deals around the Internet. Site also allows you to create deal alerts based on keywords.
You can type in a product name or a retailer’s name. When it’s added to your list, you’ll be notified of a deal alert if it meets your criteria.
Pc part picker helps you pick PC components that are compatible with each other. The PC part pickers help you pick a DIY PC setup that’s compatible with the other.
It can alert you via email to price drops from big retailers like Amazon, Best Buy, Newegg, B & H photo, and more.