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How to Get Alerted When Items in Your Wishlist Drop in Price

Dave LeClair 02-09-2016

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That’s where the new Chrome extension called Slice Watch comes into play. Once installed, you can tag an item and add it to your shopping list, and it’ll monitor popular shopping sites and let you know when the best deals come around on the thing you want.

When you’re on a site supported by the extension (major retailers like Walmart, REI, Amazon, Best Buy, Target and Nordstrom are included), it’ll turn teal. When you’re shopping on a site that isn’t, the icon is gray.

Slice Watch Chrome Extension Screenshot

If you come across an item you want to buy, but not at the current price, just click the extension’s icon, and click Yes on the window that pops out. It’ll save your choice and alert you the next time the price drops. It doesn’t get much easier than that!

How do you keep track of the deals you want online? Let us know in the comments!


Related topics: Amazon, Browser Extensions, Online Shopping.

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  1. Peter Fitzsimmons
    September 2, 2016 at 7:04 pm

    I'll be giving this a good go.

    I've never used a price checker before. I have always relied on manually checking my wishlists and buying at my own set prices, but I think this might be worth experimenting with.

    • Peter Fitzsimmons
      September 2, 2016 at 7:11 pm

      Just installed and it doesn't seem to work on damn.