If you thought online shopping was already easy, wait until you learn about these browser tricks. You can buy just about anything online these days, and in most cases online purchases can save consumers money and time. With just a few clicks, these easy browser tricks will save you tons of cash without you doing any extra work. Internet plug-ins such as Honey will automatically find the best coupon codes on the Internet and apply them to your purchases. With InvisibleHand, compare prices from other sites before clicking the "Buy!" button. Rejoice, busy moms, shopaholics, and those who would rather do all their shopping from the comfort of their own home rather than stand in long lines at the store. Use around the holidays, or use all year-round if you're a frequent online shopper. Long gone are the days of clipping coupons and price matching ads in the weekly circular– the Coinage team gives us a few tips and tricks on the best ways to save money and time when online shopping.
Coinage. Life, well spent. Presented by GEICO. One of the best tools to save you money is something you might not expect. You're using it right now. Nope, not your bed. It's your internet browser. Whether you use Chrome, Firefox, or Safari, we've got some tips and tricks for you to save money, effortlessly. Use incognito or private mode to get unbiased search results and compare prices Online merchants can push more expensive products you don't want based on your search history and internet footprint. Private browsing eliminates that problem. Download Honey to save your money. Honey is a browser extension that automatically finds the best coupon codes and applies them to your online purchases. Sweet, sweet savings Track prices on Camelizer for Amazon. Camelizer shows you the price history for the item your looking at on Amazon so you can plan to buy when prices drop. If you're a points fanatic use the Walla.by extension to figure out which credit card to use to reap maximum savings and points. Who would've thought this marsupial could help you max your rewards? InvisibleHand is another good option, too. It's another extension that will compare prices of whatever item you're looking at and find the best price, especially handy for booking travel. Remember the phrase, the camel and the wallaby used their invisible hands to eat honey, and you'll have everything you'll need to save the most money. [MUSIC] Coinage life, well spent. presented by Geico.