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10 Online Shopping Tips To Save Money While Scoring Major Discounts

10 Online Shopping Tips To Save Money While Scoring Major Discounts BY :Elena Prokopets  Freelance Writer Online retailers seem to be becoming more and more creative these days to score big with shoppers. However, if you are a smart deal hunter or would just love to get major discounts without a lot of efforts, try using these ten clever online shopping tips. 1. Outwit the dynamic pricing trap Dynamic pricing is a sneaky strategy online merchants offer use to show different prices to different customers according to your location, your browsing and spending patterns and current demand of the product. Have you ever found dirty cheap airfare that went 30% higher when you checked on the next day? That’s dynamic...

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Advantages Of Shopping Online

Dick Fuller .  September 14, 2016      Shopping Modern consumers are attracted to online shopping by numerous advantages it offers. Experts say the overall revenue of online shopping will significantly increase in the coming years. This is due to reduced prices and greater choices. Below are the main advantages you will get when shopping online: Advantages Lower prices The main advantage of online shopping is that it enables reduce your monthly expenses. Most online stores offer lower prices, as opposed to offline stores, as well as offer various bargains that help save even more money. The easiest way to pay less is to compare prices. Online shopping makes price comparison simpler and quicker. The Internet is crammed with websites which offer automated...

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The retail revolution: How mail order changed middle-class life.

By Tim Harford Presenter, 50 Things That Made the Modern Economy     "Beware! Don't patronize Montgomery Ward & Co. They are deadbeats!" That was the warning issued by the Chicago Tribune on 8 November, 1873. What had Aaron Montgomery Ward done to convince the Tribune's editorial staff that he was running a "swindling firm" preying on "gulls" and "dupes" in the countryside? Ward's flyers were offering suspiciously "Utopian" prices on more than 200 goods. And what's more, Montgomery Ward & Co didn't display those wares in a shop, or employ any agents to sell them.   "In fact," the Tribune said, "they keep altogether retired from the public gaze, and are only to be reached through correspondence sent to...

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