With the holiday season just days away, Christmas shopping is at the forefront of everyone's mind. With so many gifts to buy, the hustle and bustle of shopping malls and Wal-Marts all around the nation will most likely be the most stressful part of the season. And it shouldn't be. Wouldn't it be great if you could buy things from home? Wouldn't it be great if you could buy things from home AND buy them at a cheaper price? My friends, what a glorious day and age that we live in, where I can tell you that it IS possible. Welcome to the Internet.
As an online shopper, you have access to 10 times the sales and savings provided by your weekly, regular ol' flyer. (There's a pun in there. Bonus points if you can find it.)Â And those flyers are a hassle. They are a waste of good ink and paper, because half the time they're thrown out. And anyway, should you cut coupons, inevitably that coupon will find it's way into the trash can. It doesn't make sense, when you have the Internet (something that doesn't even necessarily exist, but can produce the goods you're looking for almost immediately) right at your fingertips.
From Best Buy to Target, you are bound to find the best bang for your buck by price tracking online. Not only is it cleaner for the environment, but you can save significantly more by shopping online. The infographic below examines the major companies of the holiday season and shows you just how much more you can save by price tracking via the webernet. And as this will be my final infographic before this Thursday… Happy Thanksgiving! [TrackIf]