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Dynamite Deals plugin in action (Google Chrome). Clicking on the little dynamite icon in the address bar will bring you up a listing of the three lowest priced merchants on the web.
Dynamite Deals plugin gives you the lowest pricing on products in realtime

When looking for the lowest prices on tech on the web, many folks may go to a price engine beforehand to scope out the best prices on products. However Dynamite Deals is promoting its new browser plugin which allows you to skip a few steps in the price comparison process.

After viewing a product on just about any merchant's website, the Dynamite Deals plugin will alert you to whether the price listed is the best available on the web. If the merchant you're visiting doesn't have the lowest price, you can click the plugin's icon to see a listing of the top three lowest priced merchants on the web with requisite links to those merchants. The plugin is unobtrusive and only springs into action if the browser lands on a product page that is tracked by Dynamite Deals.

There are currently over 85 million products pages (and counting) tracked in the database and pricing is updated in real-time every day.

The Dynamite Deals plugin is currently available for both Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox.

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By tjr508 on 10/6/2010 2:19:28 PM , Rating: 2
You could go to a single reputable website with good customer service and maybe pay $0.50-$2.00 more while keeping all of your purchase histories, accounts, receipts, CC#'s etc. all in one place as well as having a good idea about when you're actually going to receive the item in question.

RE: OR...
By JakLee on 10/6/2010 7:26:12 PM , Rating: 2
Or better yet you go to Best Buy & purchase everything in store purchase with cash while in disguise so no one knows you have that playstation 3 (with $30 firmware update, curtesy of GS) at your house....

RE: OR...
By kingius on 10/12/2010 7:04:33 AM , Rating: 2
Actually, yes, many brick and motor stores are actually better than online ones, even without factoring in delivery charges, you just have to know where to shop.

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