Are you an Amazon.com shopper? Me too! I love the convenience and ease of the site. As a frugalista, I have learned a few tips and tricks from inside Amazon.com over the last 5 years of writing this little blog of mine.
I hope I can show you a few new “Inside Amazon.com” tips to help you to stretch your dollars and keep more of your hard-earned money!
12 Tips for Saving Money on Amazon.com
Amazon has a daily deals section called “Gold Box deals“. There are new deals every day and you can sign up to receive these deals via email. You will also see their “Lightning Box Deals” on the same page.
Gold Box deals are valid for a day and Lighting Box deals are valid for a short time, usually a few hours until they are sold out. The Lightning Box deals will be for different categories throughout the day such as Health & Personal Care, Sports and Outdoors deals, and Software deals.
2. Camel – Camel- Camel – What a strange name for a website!
This is a free price tracker site. Set up a price watch and get an email alert when the price drops.You can also search the price history to research the best prices. Look under popular products to see current price drops.
Type in the Amazon category such as books or electronics and the % discount from 50% – 90% and you will instantly see the new markdowns. I love this free tool!
Did you know that Amazon has an online warehouse with markdowns and returned items? You can often find deep discounts here.
Find organic and healthy food along with common grocery items at amazon.com. check for sales and coupons and spend less time in the grocery store.
Anyone can join Amazon.mom and the discounts are for more than diapers and baby items. They also offer special coupons just for Amazon Mom members.
Trade in items you bought from Electronics, Movies & TV, Textbooks, Video Games, Music and more. Items ship for free.
Split the cost, get Prime Two Day Shipping and Save. This post will walk you through the process.
If you see a blue sign with an arrow, check out suggested Add On Items. They are usually marked down and can ship for free with Amazon Prime orders of $25 or more or qualifying orders of $35 or more.
Are you familiar with Swagbucks? I use this site and earn Swagbucks which I convert into Amazon.com gift cards. I explain how to use Swagbucks in this post.
Popular cash back sites like Ebates offer cash back on Amazon.com purchases. I compare the popular cash back sites in this blog post.
Anyone can create a wish list in Amazon.com. If you have a birthday or special occasion coming up, share the items in your wish list and get what you really want!
Do you have any “Inside Amazon.com” savings tips to share? I would love to hear them!