Presenting Wikibuy from Capital One. <br>You're going to wonder how you ever shopped without it.
This genius hack is saving more than 1.5 million shoppers some serious cash.
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Homeowners are using to find lower prices on décor, housewares and appliances. From price comparisons to coupon codes, this Chrome extension knows almost every frugal hack you can think of.
Here’s how it works:
While you shop at Williams-Sonoma, Pottery Barn or almost anywhere else, goes to work in the background to find and try working coupon codes. These codes can get you free shipping, discounts or even freebies.
Wikibuy just found $22 in savings at Target. What’s better than that?
How about $105 off a KitchenAid mixer? That’s right. Not only does find you coupons on thousands of sites, but it also price compares while you shop on Amazon. It checks hundreds of other sellers, like Walmart, Jet and eBay to find a lower price. And yes, that includes shipping + tax.
A few clicks later and your kitchen looks even better IRL than it did on your Pinterest board.
The best part? Wikibuy is completely free. No costly memberships. No gimmicks. Just low prices. Get it .