FreePriceAlerts.com Website Service Review


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When it comes to virtual applications, let’s just say we go a bit overboard when we are using so we can get that full fledge feel of their capabilities.

MommyMatter had the joy of reviewing FreePriceAlerts.com for one of our product reviews as a parent tester.

At first, I had no idea what to expect. I didn’t think I could actually save myself both time & money when it came to my online shopping habits.

We all know, it is a bad habit of mine but really, is it that bad?! I haven’t bought anything online today.

FreePriceAlerts.com Review

If you’re practicing the arts of being frugal, I’d like to first say, YOU NEED THIS. I don’t care if you are someone who shops online occasionally, regularly or several times a year, this is a must have for all virtual shoppers. You can finally stop jumping between 10 different online retailers to see who has the best price, because Free Price Alerts does it for you.

I wasn’t kidding when I said this web service could save you time AND money. Just think of the amount of time you spend trying to find the best price on products online. That time is precious. It is time that you could spend… buying other things at a better price.

FreePriceAlerts.com takes away that need for shopping around. They’ve already done all the leg work for you. Just search the product you want, and then you will have a pop up come up on your browser with other online retailers that have a better price. Now, that is just freaking nifty.

Some websites that FreePriceAlerts.com pulls pricing from include:

  • Amazon.com
  • Target
  • Kohl’s
  • JCPenny
  • Walmart
  • Home Shopping Network (HSN)
  • Macy’s
  • Overstock

You can see a full list of websites that they are now pulling prices from here.

Using this web application is so simple. You just download their application onto your computer, mobile device or tablet and begin shopping. They also have the option to register which gives you access to email price alerts, wish list creation, sharing wish lists, shop while you sleep which I personally didn’t use knowing how deadly that would be to my credit card.

Best part, FreePriceAlerts.com is FREE. I guess that is a given with the name they’ve chosen and good on them. This is something I know I’d pay to use and millions others would with the astounding results it provides.

Shopping Virtually Made Easy

That’s right. Shopping virtually is now so easy. Whether you are on the hunt for a good price on a brand new Keurig Elite Brewing System, gaming systems or some pet products, there is a better price out there awaiting you. You simply begin your online shopping adventure and soon you will have a discounted rate without even having to search around for online coupons.

FreePriceAlerts is a consumer shopping price engine owned and operated by myVBO. myVBO, founded in 2008, is a cloud-based solution for business that combines business reports, purchasing functionality and social media in one unified interface. FreePriceAlerts.com was born out of the technology they use to power myVBO’s purchasing engine.

FreePriceAlerts has a dedicated team of software engineers and product marketing specialist who are working hard and having fun continually improving the FreePriceAlerts user experience and finding you the best deals on the products you are interested in. Their goal is to give you the information you need to make an informed purchasing decision without having to search for it.

Check out the following video to see how easy FreePriceAlerts.com is to use…

FreePriceAlerts.com is a PTPA Winner for the Holiday 2012 PTPA Winner Products. PTPA provided MommyMatter.com with complementary service for this product review. The views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely our own.

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