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There is an app for nearly everything, but did you know there are Google Chrome extensions for nearly everything, too? Here are some of the best Google Chrome extensions to save you money!
Google Chrome Extensions to Save Money
Ebates Google Chrome Extension
When you download the Ebates extension to Chrome, you never miss an opportunity to save money when your shopping online. Ebates pays you back a percentage for shopping through them and it’s free to join! If you download the extension, Ebates shows you what you can buy and save on in every Google search.
PriceBlink automatically finds lower prices and money-saving coupons while your shopping. So, if you go on an online shopping site, PriceBlink will list other options to the item you are looking at. However, if you aren’t shopping, it stays hidden in the background. Not only does it find lower prices and coupons, but it tells you reviews and deals.
Qmee is a lot like PriceBlink since it compares prices and shows you when there is a cheaper option. There is one big difference, Qmee PAYS you money to click on their links while shopping! Read my walkthrough on Qmee.
The Honey extension works on several web browsers including Chrome. Instead of searching through endless sites for a promo code that works, Honey saves you time and money by automatically finding the code and inserting it for you. Instead of having to remember to add that promo code you automatically reap the benefits. Honey also work on Amazon letting you know if the price you see is the lowest price or if you should wait a few days because the price has been seen lower.
PriceScout Chrome Extension
PriceScout is a one stop shop for saving you money by popping up and showing you great deals. Not only do you get notified of great deals and offers, but it finds your coupons for your purchase as well. With PriceScout, you don’t ever have to worry about missing a good deal.
InvisibleHand Extension for Travel
You want to save on your day to day shopping as well as your travel expense shopping, right?! With the extension InvisibleHand, this extension compares the costs of hotels, flights, and rental cars for multiple stores. This allows you to save not only on a day to day shopping but on travel as well.
If you have credit cards, you need to know the best way of saving money when using them. Let’s face it; credit cards can make purchases even more expensive if you aren’t careful. With Wallaby, you save on purchases you make by saving in the future. Wallaby tells you which credit cards will save you the most and give you the best rewards.
Camel Camel Camel
One of the more well-known money saving extensions is Camel Camel Camel (CCC). This one works with Amazon and allows you to see the price trends on any item you have pulled up. You can see if the price you are viewing is the highest or lowest and you can see the last time it was at its low point. Link it to your online CCC account and you can get alerts when products you are watching hit a buy price that you set!
I have mentioned many times I love Swagbucks because it’s free to join and I earn a ton of free Amazon Gift Cards from them. They also have a chrome extension that alerts you of where they have Swagcodes out, when they spot a coupon code or offer cashback shopping on a site you are on and more! It’s a great tool to maximize those Amazon Gift Cards.
When it comes to saving money, it’s important to learn your technology. What other Google Chrome Extensions do you use that save you money? Please share in the comments below!
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I grew up learning ways to save from my mom and grandma. I started my own coupon journey when my first child was born in 2009 and started the blog on 2010 when baby #2 was born to share my tips with everyone who kept asking about how I was getting diapers for $1 a pack!
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