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Top 15 Online Shopping Sites for Bargain Hunters

We’re happy to present 15 websites and web browser extensions that can save serious cash through freebies, discounts, coupons, promo codes, and cashback — online and in-store. Here are 15 sites and tools for bargain hunters.


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If you only want to shop online from retailers who offer free shipping, aggregates all retailers, big and small, who offer free shipping. The site includes the terms and conditions of the free shipping deal and promo codes when applicable. In addition, paid plans offer connections on deals for cashback, price protection, free return shipping, and free food delivery. 

14. Coupon Cabin

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Coupon Cabin offers a vast collection of online promo codes and printable coupons that can be used in-store. You’ll also find deals from online and brick-and-mortar retailers such as Target,, Nike, and too many name brands to mention. In addition, the site lists active cashback offers. You may be able to combine coupons and cashback for more savings.


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Check out to learn numerous strategies and hacks to save money and stay on top of deals. In addition to hacks, the site reveals ways to get discounts, reward programs, restaurant secret menus, store return policies, and more ways to save. You’ll learn specific hacks for shopping at Amazon, Target, Walmart, Aldi, Costco, Starbucks, and other major retailers.

12. Honey

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The Honey browser extension provides promo codes and coupons from more than 30,000 stores. At checkout, Honey automatically finds and tests coupon codes and applies the one that saves the most cash. In addition, Honey has a free rewards program, can compare Amazon prices, and allows you to save a droplist to notify you when an item drops in price.


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If you’re looking for the most up-to-date deals, keeps a hand-picked selection of the best product deals that are updated daily. Find everything from electronics to homewares. In addition, the site’s blog offers smart shopping tips, such as retailers offering the best customer rewards programs. It’s one of the best places to find the best Black Friday sales.

10. Google Travel & Google Flights

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Many people are unaware of these two sites. At Google Travel, you can search for average airfare, hotel prices, and more, all using an interactive map. Google Travel also aggregates listings of rentals offered by VRBO,, and TripAdvisor all in one place. Google Flights will help you find cheaper airfare, set fare alerts, and look at average flight prices.


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GiftDeals (formerly CardPool) is a site where you can purchase gift cards at a discount of up to 35% off face value. Purchase cards from major retailers such as Best Buy, Nordstrom and more. All the cards have no expiration date and no fees and come with a 60-day purchase guarantee of validity.

8. Rakuten

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If you’re looking for cash-back rebates, the best tool available is the Rakuten browser extension (formally known as Ebates). After installing the browser extension and registering, you’ll have access to 2,500 online retailers offering up to 40% in cashback rewards. This includes top brands and stores such as Best Buy, Kohl’s, Nordstrom, and more.

7. Capital One Shopping browser add-on

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You don’t have to be a Capital One cardholder to install the free Capital One Shopping browser add-on. This browser extension instantly checks for coupons, rewards, and better prices. This tool searches over 30,000 online retailers and will automatically apply available coupons and promo codes. You can also instantly compare prices, even checking shipping costs and membership pricing.

6. Policygenius

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This platform allows you to get multiple price quotes in one place from a variety of companies and makes searching for insurance much easier. Policygenius can search for multiple types of policies including auto, homeowners, life, disability, pet, and renters insurance. The service is free, as Policygenius gets paid a commission by insurance companies for each sale.


Openverse is a free site that finds, tracks, and verifies coupons online. It also offers cashback incentives. Earn rewards even when no codes are available. Find coupons from top retailers such as Walmart, Target, and JCPenney, restaurants such as Pizza Hut, and delivery such as DoorDash and Uber Eats. CouponFollow is partnered with over 4,000 brands.


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Photo by Anastasia Nelen searches for deals on airline flights, train trips, hotels, rental cars, and vacation packages. Plan an entire trip in one spot and compare prices. Kayak compares prices from hundreds of travel sites. Set custom filters for specifics such as early arrival or free Wi-Fi. If you’re not ready to book, set alerts to be notified of price drops.

3. GiftCardGranny


Purchase name-brand gift cards at a discount at GiftCardGranny, which also offers cashback rewards. Select gift cards (i.e. Lowe’s, Apple App Store, Uber Eats, etc.) offer specific rewards that can be redeemed as cash or free gift cards. You must earn at least $5 in rewards. You can also find free gift cards for local businesses by ZIP Code.

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2. Cently 

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Cently is a free browser extension that searches for deals and automatically applies coupons and codes at checkout to get you the best discount or lowest price. Cently has partnered with thousands of popular online retailers such as Walmart, Amazon, Macy’s, Nordstrom, Nike, and many more. Earn cashback from participating stores. Compare and find identical products on Amazon for less.

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1. The Camelizer

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If you’re a frequent Amazon shopper, consider The Camelizer browser extension. A graph will appear on an Amazon shopping page allowing you to view an item’s price history. Set a price alert to be emailed once the price falls within your chosen threshold. It’s a great tool for getting the best deal on things you don’t necessarily need right now.

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