BILLIONS of online shoppers have been implored to try browser extensions that can help save them loads of money.
Online shopping is fun – but saving money while online shopping is even more fun.
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And given the current state of the economy, every little bit helps nowadays.
Here are several ways you can save money while splurging online.
Rakuten is a free app and browser extension that helps users find coupons when online shopping.
What’s more, it helps you earn cash back on your purchases if you shop through its extensive store registry.
Payments are then sent to shoppers every three months in the form of a check or PayPal.
Rakuten is available for Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and Safari, and you can also download the app on your mobile phone.
Similar to Rakuten, RetailMeNot helps users save money in the form of browser extensions.
When shopping, users are presented with several coupon codes and cash-back options during checkout.
RetailMeNot supports more than 20,000 retailers, including Macy’s Target, and DoorDash.
Honey is PayPal’s browser extension that automatically scours the web for coupon codes shoppers can add at checkout.
It can do things like track prices for you on your “Droplist” and alert you when it reaches your desired price.
The tool can also search for coupons you can use specifically on Amazon.com.
Klarna is a payment processing app that lets you buy now and pay later.
The app also helps shoppers find the lowest prices and applies coupons and cash-back options during checkout.
Most recently, the tool became available for Google Chrome as an extension.