We are all online shopping more than ever right now. I’m so excited to share with you something that can help you to save money and time with your online purchases. Wikibuy is free, saving us money, effortless to use and works perfect for any type of shopper! This post is sponsored by Wikibuy. They compensate me when you get the Wikibuy extension using the links provided! Thank you for supporting us and our amazing sponsors.
Andrew and I are a lot alike in many ways but we are also SO different in a few ways. I remember after Andrew and I went on our very first date I came back to my mom’s house to pick up Brooke and sat down at the kitchen counter and told her all about how alike we were. He ran marathons, he didn’t think it was right to share dessert, we were both single parents to 3 year olds and we both had a lot of similar beliefs when it came to the really big things in life. Once we got married a few weeks later (for real!) it was funny to start to find the things we were complete opposites with too!
From our first race together:
One of the ways that we are extremely different is in the way we shop online.
I am the type of online shopper that doesn’t want to take one extra second buying whatever I’m looking to buy. I want to complete the task quickly and be done. I get frustrated when trying to find the best deals or a coupon code so I just skip that whole process and go straight to the purchase which obviously doesn’t save any money.
Andrew is the type of shopper that will research everything as much as he possibly can. He compares every website he can find that carries the same product to find the best deal and searches endlessly for coupon codes to use. We joke that what takes me 30 seconds to buy takes Andrew 45 minutes to buy. I totally see why he values finding the best deals because that feeling when you save money is just the best but I lack the patience to do it.
So while we are quite opposite when it comes to shopping, Wikibuy is making it so we both save money (and Andrew saves a lot of time;). It is crazy simple and does all of the work for us by automatically entering in cash-saving coupon codes across tens of thousands of retailer sites. All you have to do to get started is go HERE for the free Wikibuy browser add-on and it will instantly do the work for you to help save you money! Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge & Safari all work with Wikibuy.
I LOVE that Wikibuy just automatically applies the best available coupon codes to your cart. I don’t have to look up any codes or get frustrated by entering in expired codes, Wikibuy quickly adds the best codes available to my cart. I can see why Wikibuy has millions of customers (and found more than $70 million in savings in the last year for them).
Andrew’s favorite part about Wikibuy is that they give you a friendly little pop-up window on Amazon, Target, Best Buy and Home Depot to let you know where a better deal is if there is one. You just have to click on it to be taken to the cheaper price. Comparing prices is what he spends the most time on when online shopping so this is fantastic for him. Wikibuy also compares shipping costs and arrival dates too which is really nice right now when shipping has changed so much.
Besides Wikibuy showing you where you can save money, it also allows you to add an item to your watchlist so they can notify you when they find the better deal from price drops for you! With Wikibuy they also offer loyalty credits that can be redeemed for gift cards at Amazon, Walmart and lots of other online retailers.
With five (Knox was gone for the pic:) people over here we are excited to have such a seamless way to save money and our sanity when shopping online!
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Those of you in a relationship—> In what ways are you similar and in what ways are you opposites?
-I think our biggest difference is in the fact he is a night owl and I’m a morning person:)
What type of shopper are you? Do you take your time or would you rather be done quickly?
What is a way that you like to save money? Help us all with some ideas!
What do you find yourself buying online more than anything else?