Best Ways to Track Amazon Price Drops – Let’s face it, we all enjoy a good deal when it comes to online shopping. Whether you’re shopping or selling on Amazon, keeping track of product prices is how you score the best deals.
Keeping track of the price drop of a product can be a nightmare, but instead of hitting refresh on a page every few minutes, you can use a price tracker app to do the work for you.
This guide will list the four best Amazon price trackers you should have on your list of Amazon seller tools.
If you’re a frequent Amazon shopper, CamelCamelCamel.com is a must-know site. While it isn’t much to look at, it’s a fantastic resource. The site’s primary function is to track the price history of nearly any product.
Copy the page URL for the item in question and paste it into the search tool at the very top of the page. Hit the search button and watch the CamelCamelCamel magic.
You’ll see info about the product and a purchase button, and a detailed price history going back months or even years.
You’ll get email notifications whenever there’s a price drop on the item you’re tracking. Add in a browser extension for Chrome and Microsoft Edge, and this may be your new favorite resource for Amazon shopping in the future.
Use Keepa to Track Amazon Price Drops
Keepa is the other big name for the best Amazon price trackers. It has a friendly interface with shades of Google stylings to it.
One reason to pick Keepa over CamelCamelCamel is you can use it in other countries where the latter isn’t available, like Brazil, India and Mexico (but not China).
You can sign up for Keepa for free with a nearly-full use of its features, or you can subscribe monthly to use all features with much higher caps on the number of products you want to price-track.
No matter which option you choose, you can add it to your browser — extensions are available for Firefox, Chrome, Opera and Microsoft Edge.
Use Honey to Track Amazon Price Drops
Honey is a great tool that delivers price updates from Amazon, eBay, and over 10,000 other online stores.
This product price tracker is available as a browser extension for Chrome, Edge and Firefox. Once installed, you can either register with an email address or click ‘I’ll sign up later’ at the bottom of the page.
Along with price tracking and price drop alerts, Earny lets you know if price drops are even possible for a particular item you’re watching. It’ll also scan your emails to look for previously-bought products so you can price-track items off of Amazon and on other online stores, like Walmart, Nike and more.
One of the most fantastic things about Earny is you’ll get a refund on the difference for something you’ve already bought if Earny sees its price has dropped.
Earny isn’t entirely free, but the subscription costs are more than reasonable. It’s only $4.99/month or $39.96 for the whole year. And if you get an alert for a price drop on something you’ve already bought, Earny takes a 25% fee and refunds you the rest.
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