If you like to buy things on sale, it can be difficult to predict when the sales will be. Fortunately, online shopping has made following the sales much easier. Amazon is by far the largest online distributor. Imagine the internet as a literal world wide web. Every website with a link to another website is a single string of web. Amazon is roughly in the center of the web. There are of course other sites with massive traffic (such as Google), but Amazon has the most links connecting back to it. The size of Amazon attracts lots of developers to create software to enhance the online shoppers’ experience. One popular option is Camelcamelcamel. Here are some benefits of this specific Amazon price tracking service.
- Price Drop Alerts: If there are things you only want to buy on sale, a price drop alert is a useful tool. You can add any item on Amazon to a list. Whenever the item drops in price, or whenever it drops blew a certain point that you specify, you will receive a notification via email. This conveniently takes the place of keeping on eye on the price every day.
- Price History Charts: If you’re not sure what a reasonably low price is to wait for, you can check the price history charts. Just like the name implies, these charts tract the lifetime price changes of just about every item on Amazon.
- Wishlist Imports: Simply add items to your Amazon Wishlist and they will be automatically tracked for a price drop.