FoxyPrices Shows You Lowest Prices While You Shop Online [Featured Firefox Extension]
By on September 30th, 2008

Finding the best deals and prices on the Internet is definitely not easy and you have to visit multiple websites to compare prices between them and find the lowest price for buying a product.

Related: 31 places to stop by before shopping on the Internet.

FoxyPrices is a handy extension that shows you non-intrusive alerts while browsing for products, the alerts shown do not contain any spyware or adware links as well as do not link to affiliates.

Using it for sometime I was unable to find any price changes, which would mean that it does not hold a very large database for pricing comparisons, but reading the comments I could definitely say that it worked.

foxyprices-screenshot

The add-on is experimental, so you will require to create a account before you can download the extension. If you do not have a account yet, feel free to use the credentials from below.

username: admin@techie-buzz.com
password: techiebuzz

Download FoxyPrices for Firefox

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  • http://www.onlinemoneybuzz.com online money buzz

    This is a great addon. I have a question for you? I am new to your blog and just got my computer out of the shop a week ago. I cant get my screen size back to normal. When I am viewing websites, I have to scroll across to see the rest of the page. It is too big and I dont know how to put it back to a normal screen. Any suggestions?

    • Jamesy

      Press control(ctrl) and minus(-) at the same time.
      Also ctrl and + works opposite.

  • http://solinkable.com SoLinkable

    The reason I’m sticking with firefox is due to the extensions. Once chrome is released with add-on possibilities, I may have to switch my allegiance…

  • http://EdwardKhoo.com Edward

    Nice plugin, but I will only download after they included more shopping sites in their database :wink:

  • Jamesy

    Firefox already have a similar add-on called invisible hand.
    I have had it about 2 months, maybe.
    Sometimes it works great but it doesn’t always find a better price for you.It’s hard to make out if it’s working at times because it’s so quiet.

 
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