Who doesn’t want to pay the lowest price on an item?
I don’t know about you but I would love to pay the lowest prices possible for items I purchase, right?
But honestly, I don’t have time to sit on my computer every day to look for lower prices and I can’t afford to pay someone to shop for me to find the lowest prices.
I think I may have found a solution to this dilemma.
Just picture it: You buy a television, it is the latest technology and you can’t wait to watch Harry Potter on it. This is going to be the best experience your living room has seen. Now, you didn’t bother shopping around for the lowest price, you just go out and buy the TV. How can you just be so nonchalant about making such a large purchase?
How did you make this purchase experience so easy? You have Price Deputy on your side.
Price Deputy is a free service brought to you by the creators of ShoeBoxed. Over the years the guys over at ShoeBoxed have seen millions of receipts shuffle through their system. And they have witnessed many of them representing the same product but for different prices. So these guys got to thinking that it would be awesome to let people know that the item they bought has a lower price somewhere else. Then that person can get a rebate on the difference by price matching at different stores.
How it all works:
1. You send in your receipt via email.
2. The Price Deputy people get to work looking for lower prices of that same item.
3. When they find a lower price you get alerted. And save money.
http://youtu.be/MCO4oLp0xPw (Link in case you can’t view the video.)
Now anyone and everyone can get the best deals with little effort.
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