Shopping for Christmas gifts online this year?

Of course, you are. It’s 2017.

Not that we judge anyone who dares to walk through Target’s door in December.

Personally, we prefer spending our time with clients or seeing what you guys are up to on Instagram . So, it’s all online shopping for this team!

But, the truth is, online shopping can be as time intensive and stressful as hitting the mall.

How do you know you’re getting the best deal?

How do you find juicy promo codes to get free shipping?

Questions like these can make “one-click buying” seem like a wish in the well.

Which brings us to this: to save time and money, we rounded up 4 browser extensions that will do the sleuthing for you.

First, here’s how it can help your business:

You’ve spent all year keeping your finances in order, tracking your spending, and sticking to your budget. Don’t let the holidays ruin all your hard work.

The bills don’t stop because you took some time off for the holidays. So, don’t drain the bank. Instead, shop around to ensure you’re getting the best price.

As a reward for taking the time to find discounts, consider using the money you saved for your business. Is there an ads funnel course you want to buy? Or could your emergency funds need a little more cushion?

Keep track of how much money you saved and then give it back to your business — it deserves some holiday cheer too!

Now to the goods…

Ebates

Ebates Cash Back helps you earn money back at over 2,000 (popular) online stores, such as Macy’s, Overstock, Amazon, and Etsy. It’s truly incredible because unlike traditional rebates, you don’t have to complete any forms or do anything, really. Just click on the link I just gave you and sign up and since that’s my affiliate link you’ll get $10 JUST for signing up.

Install the extension on your Google Chrome browser, and Ebates handles the rest. When you shop at a qualifying store, a button that says Activate Cash Back will pop up. After you’ve made a purchase, Ebates will send you a check in the mail or transfer the money to your PayPal account. I choose the Paypal option and get a payout each quarter – it’s great. I’ve already made $272 this year!

Honey

Another Google Chrome Extension, Honey searches for every code on the web. When you go to checkout on a website, the extension automatically prompts you to apply a coupon or promo code. You save time in not only searching for discounts but testing out various codes to see which ones work.

Amazon Assistant  

Amazon Assistant works on several browsers, like Safari, Google Chrome, and Mozilla.

As you shop on retail websites, Amazon will show you products from their site so you can compare prices without any extra legwork. If you have Amazon Prime, it’s a double win because you can quickly see if Amazon has the product you want but with free shipping.

Retail Me Not

While it’s not an extension, RetailMeNot is a reliable website to find promo codes and coupons. If you don’t use Google Chrome, you can keep this one saved in your Favorites list on your preferred browser.

You can also download the app on your phone and find coupons while shopping in a brick-and-mortar store. If you always forget to bring your 20% off coupon to Bed, Bath, and Beyond, then you’ll adore this app!

Did we miss any? What are your favorite browser extensions for finding deals online?