At last count, there are 86 laptops under $400
on Amazon. Unfortunately, there’s no easy way to filter laptops below the $300 threshold.
Luckily for you, our team at ShoppingNexus is here to do the hard work for you.
It’s no secret that consumers have a myriad of options for comparing prices online.
There’s Google, Bing, Yahoo, Siri, eBay, Amazon, Pinterest, Facebook, StumbleUpon, and many others – not to mention online shopping comparison websites like ShoppingNexus.com.
So, with all of this in mind – where do you turn first?
To explore this topic further, we turned to the thousands of experts on Quora.com. Our thread titled, “When comparing prices on an item, what process do you go through?” has generated some buzz.
In this post, we’ll de-brief you on the findings and offer insight into what people had to say on Quora.
A penny saved is a penny earned. At least that’s how the old adage goes.
In this post, we’ll offer three competing options for saving more than a penny when shopping online.
Amazon recently unveiled its no-rush shipping option for Prime members.
What is it? How do you qualify for the free promotional credit? How do you monitor your promotional credits?
All of these questions – and even a few extras – are answered in this post. Hope you find it useful!
We’re big fans of Amazon Prime. In past articles, we’ve talked at length of the perks of Amazon Prime.
If you are a Prime member, and you utilize the unlimited video streaming service, you already know that there are thousands of tv shows, movies, documentaries, and even a few sports-related videos.
While much of the video library gets stellar reviews, there is an occasional video that – well, is the subject of public humiliation by Amazon reviewers.
In this post, we picked five Amazon Prime videos that are known more for their reviews than anything else. Since this is a family-friendly blog, we’ve only pulled out the G-rated comments. Although, the actual reviews may be a bit more descriptive, so viewer beware!