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I’m guessing a lot of you are already using Honey, but for those who aren’t on it, I’m here to say – YOU ARE MISSING OUT.
Honey is like the Wikipedia or Craigslist of the coupon world. Nobody knows how it makes money but everybody uses it. It’s basically free money with no catch.
I have a Honey extension in my chrome browser and without even having to think about it I’ll get a pop up on my screen to tell me how much I can save whenever I am shopping online. I’ve saved hundreds of dollars already just from the honey coupon finder feature. It applies the coupon for you so you don’t even have to type it in.
Then there’s Droplist and Price History. I have this set up in Amazon and I use it every. single. day. While I’m looking at a product, Honey tells me if there has been a price change in the last 90 days or if the price I’m looking at is the best price I can get.
If it’s not the best price, I’ll add the item to my Droplist, and Honey will send me an email when the price drops. I can check the item’s price history, to see when (and by how much) the price has risen or fallen in the past, so I know if that deal is actually a deal.
So, say I want to buy a pair of shoes and they are $80, but the price has been fluctuating in the past month or so. I’ll add it to my Droplist at a price that I want to pay – say $50, and Honey will alert me when it hits that price. Then I buy my shoes for $50. It’s kinda crazy.
Droplist and Price History is available for anything sold on Amazon, Macy’s, Overstock, Target, Walmart, Kohl’s, QVC, Loft, Saks and J.Crew. Honey is watching over 50 million products and counting. I have the Honey extension on my Amazon account so that while I’m shopping, Honey tells me if there have been price changes in the last 90 days. If there has been, I can add it to my Droplist and Honey will alert me when the price goes below a certain point. So, say I want to buy a pair of shoes and they are $80, but the price has been fluctuating in the past month or so. I’ll add it to my Droplist at a price that I want to pay – say $50, and Honey will alert me when it hits that price. Then I buy my shoes for $50. It’s kinda crazy.
You can also get rewarded for the shopping you already do – Honey will GIVE you up to 20% back on purchases at over 4,500 online stores. What?
For every 100 Gold I earn, Honey will give me a dollar to spend at the stores below. I’ve earned almost 5000 Honey Gold points this month, so I’m about to buy those shoes I was talking about.
Join Honey for free now. Because it’s free money. No catch.
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