Amazon Doesn't Want You to Know about This Plugin

Diana Robinson
Diana Robinson

Just like you, I buy a lot of stuff on Amazon. It’s so convenient that it’s become a way of life.

In the last few weeks, I’ve been hearing a lot about a new tool that ensures you’re getting the best price while you shop on Amazon. Two of my friends mentioned the tool at our bridge game earlier this year.

“WikiBuy saved me $8 on my cat’s food.”

“It saved me $22 on my stuff for my patio. You have to try it out Diana."

I was intrigued, but also skeptical. If it seems too good to be true, it usually is. But I trust my friends, so I decided to give it a spin.

Here's What Happened

Step 1: I downloaded the free plugin.

I went to Wikibuy and clicked the “Add to browser” button. It took about 30 seconds, and it was free. I liked that it was owned by a big bank and had lots of good reviews, so I knew it was legitimate.

Step 2: I went to Amazon to see if it would actually save me money.

The first thing on my list was dog food. Our dog Max loves Hill’s Chicken Recipe. And to my surprise, Wikibuy saved me 30% on my purchase!

Wikibuy extension download

I thought maybe it was a fluke, so I kept on shopping to see what happened.

And...I saved $5.60 on toilet paper and 14% on cleaning supplies.

I started to wonder if this worked for bigger purchases, since that would translate to some pretty awesome yearly savings. So I checked out Instapot prices since my husband has been bugging me to get one.

And Wikibuy helped me save $10 on an Instapot.

Wikibuy extension download

My Conclusions

Wikibuy is a pretty great tool if you want to save money on your online purchases. The biggest pros for me were:

  • It definitely saves you money
  • It’s free to use
  • It’s easy to install and uninstall

The only con is that it doesn’t work for every product. But it does work for a lot of items, and I’m really enjoying saving money each month without doing anything but my regular shopping.

Start saving with Wikibuy.