This is a no bullshit endorsement of Wikibuy.
It cost you nothing and it saves you money
The way it works… you click the link, sign up and you install the extension into Chrome… sorry Firefox and Microshaft users.
That’s it. It runs in the background and when it detects that it can save you money, it pops up a green notification as a suggestion. Not every time is it an actual savings or even an exact match to what you were looking for, but 9 times out of 10, it is and it could save you anywhere from $1 up to hundreds of dollars, depending on what it is you’re looking for.
For example, and the inspiration for this post, I was looking for a 50Amp 50 foot cable to use to hook my generator to the house in the event of another power outage. I was just about to bite the bullet and buy the thing on Amazon for $116 when wikibuy popped up saying it could save me $15. When I checked it out, it had factored in the taxes into the price that I would have paid on Amazon. It offered me the same exact cable from EBay with free shipping and no taxes for $109. That’s $15 that stays in my pocket and out of the hands of some bureaucrat leach.
So, yeah, no shit, it’s free and it saves you a couple of bucks here and there. – Top