14 Browser Extensions to Hack Your Shopping & Save Big

Are you seeking ways to save money when shopping online? Browser extensions offer a solution. These convenient tools automatically locate and apply coupon codes, compare prices, and even provide cash back. Join us as we explore the best browser extensions that make saving money effortless.


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Available for Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Opera, and Safari.

Honey by PayPal is a renowned browser extension that finds and applies the best coupons on over 30,000 sites during checkout. It offers features like price comparison on Amazon, tracking price history, and providing cash back rewards at over 4,500 participating sites. Honey also has a referral program where users can earn bonuses. Additionally, it offers a rewards app, the Honey Smart Shopping Assistant, which allows access to all your favorite stores at once.

Capital One Shopping

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Available for Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and Safari.

Capital One Shopping is a versatile browser extension that uses real-time data to find the best deals and working coupon codes. It offers price checking across various retailers, automatic application of the best coupon codes, and price tracking for potential sales. Additionally, it functions as a rewards app, allowing users to earn credits at partner stores, which can be redeemed for gift cards. As a mobile app, it also offers cash back in the form of Capital One Shopping Rewards.

The Camelizer

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Available for Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Opera, and Safari.

The Camelizer by CamelCamelCamel is a valuable tool for Amazon shoppers, allowing them to track the price histories of products and determine if the current price offers good value. It also imports your Amazon wish list and sends alerts when the price of a listed product drops. While it currently only tracks Amazon prices, it has covered other retailers in the past and may do so again.

Rakuten Cash Back Button

Available for Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and Edge.

The Rakuten Cash Back Button provides cash back and coupon codes at over 2,500 stores. It alerts you about cashback opportunities while shopping and automatically applies the best coupon or promo code at checkout. The cashback you earn is credited to your Rakuten account, which can be cashed quarterly or donated to charity through the Cash Back for Change feature. The extension also notifies you of Groupon offers for local businesses searched on Yelp or Google Maps.


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Available for Chrome, Safari, and Firefox.

Cently, formerly known as Coupons at Checkout, is a browser extension that helps users find coupon codes at numerous retailers and automatically applies them at checkout. It features a price comparison tool that alerts users to lower prices from other Amazon sellers, potentially saving users an average of 20% on Amazon purchases. People prefer Cently for its non-intrusive nature.


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Available for Chrome, Firefox and Safari

The Klarna browser extension primarily serves as a coupon finder, working with thousands of online stores, hotel chains, car rental services, and deal sites. It automatically applies the most savings coupon code at checkout. It allows you to buy something now and spread payments over time.

Unique to Klarna is its ability to find special deals at hotels, making it an excellent tool for frequent travelers. Additionally, Klarna offers a cash back feature at over 6,000 stores, automatically sending a check once the account balance reaches $25.


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Available for Firefox and Chrome

Ibotta extension works with over 1,000 online retailers and grocery delivery services like Instacart, displaying cashback offers for eligible products. Users must set up an Ibotta account, after which they can activate rewards at the point of purchase and see the cashback in their Ibotta account within 24 hours. Once the account balance reaches $20, users can cash in their earnings via a bank transfer, PayPal deposit, or gift card through the Ibotta app on their mobile device.

Coupon Cabin Sidekick

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Available for IE, Chrome, Safari, and Firefox.

The Coupon Cabin Sidekick extension works with over 1800 websites like Amazon, Kohl’s, Best Buy, and Target. It notifies users of the available cash back percentage and applicable coupons when shopping at an eligible website. The extension also displays relevant cashback offers and coupon information directly in Google search results, aiding in-store selection. It is unobtrusive, with no pop-ups or annoying ads, although it requires visiting the Coupon Cabin website to view available coupons.

Invisible Hand

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Available for Chrome, Firefox, and Edge.

Invisible Hand is a browser extension that tracks prices while you shop, linking you to the lowest price on a product you’re viewing. It’s particularly useful for finding travel deals and alerting you to cheaper flights, hotel deals, and rental car offers on various websites.

A unique feature of InvisibleHand is its ability to uncover hidden prices on retail sites, showing you the actual cost of a product. It also informs you of the best price for a product across the web and alerts you to any current coupons at the retailer you’re shopping at. However, unlike some other extensions, coupon codes must be entered manually.


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Available for Chrome

Earny offers multiple ways to save money on your purchases. It provides cash back on up to 5,000 brands. You also get extra cash back when you share links with friends. Earny offers up to 90 days of price protection on purchases at 15 major retailers and notifies you when your Amazon package arrives late so that you can request compensation.

Additionally, Earny checks your email inbox for electronic purchase receipts, tracks the real-time prices of your recent purchases, and files claims at the retailer on your behalf when it detects price drops. You can get up to 20% cashback on purchases and join Amazon sweepstakes to win up to $4,000.


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Available for Chrome, Firefox, and Safari.

PriceBlink helps you find the best price for a product by comparing prices across thousands of sites. When viewing a product, PriceBlink searches over 4,000 other sites for the same product at a lower price. It also helps you find the best available coupon codes on a retail site and allows you to copy and paste them at checkout. If you’re unsure about a product, you can use PriceBlink to view user ratings from various sites. The toolbar stays hidden most of the time and only appears when it finds a deal on the product you’re viewing.


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Available for Firefox or Chrome.

Fakespot analyzes reviews on various platforms like Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy, TripAdvisor, Sephora, Steam, and Yelp. It identifies suspicious patterns in reviews, grades the product from A to F based on the trustworthiness of the reviews, and provides a detailed analysis of the reviews. Fakespot checks ratings for eBay and third-party sellers on Amazon, recommending alternative sellers if the reviews suggest a seller is unreliable. It offers several user-friendly features, such as displaying Fakespot grades on Amazon product pages and sorting Google search results based on Fakespot grades. To use Fakespot, users must have a Google account or create a Fakespot account.


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Available for Chrome

Mulberry is a browser extension that offers product protection plans for items purchased through over 5,000 online retailers, including Amazon, Wayfair, and Best Buy. It provides a free plan offering 12 months of protection without hidden fees or confusing contracts.

For those seeking more extended coverage, Mulberry also offers paid plans. Regardless of the plan chosen, the claims process is simplified with automated approvals and round-the-clock support. This eliminates the need to ponder over the worth of a paid product protection plan, especially when you are unsure of its usage.

Avast SafePrice

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Available for Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and Opera.

Avast SafePrice, developed by the reputable antivirus software creator Avast, is an extension that focuses on safe online shopping by finding the best deals across multiple websites. It offers the lowest prices from reputable dealers and is compatible with various websites, including Amazon, eBay, Best Buy, and Groupon.

If it finds lower prices, it displays them at the top of the website you’re browsing, allowing you to click on the lowest offer to go directly to the page. It lists all lower prices and automatically finds and adds coupons if available. The extension is efficient, typically taking about three seconds to show a better deal after the page has loaded.

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