View price history, set price alerts and compare prices for millions of products across hundreds of Australian stores.
When shopping online have you ever wanted to see the product's actual price yesterday? How about last week? Or on the 12th of April last year? Have you ever wanted to set an alert so you get an email when the price of the product drops below a certain value? Have you ever wanted to check the prices of the same product at other stores with the click of a button? You can do all those things and more! Introducing the Price Hipster Shopping Companion. This extension adds a bar to the top of supported websites to supercharge your shopping experience. You can also post deals directly to OzBargain. As a bonus, whenever the extension finds a link to a product on Price Hipster an up-to-date price history chart will be automatically inserted into the page (see screenshots). There are more great features on the way, too. Sign up at pricehipster.com and select to receive "Price Hipster news" to find out when new features are available for you. Note: this extension is still in development and presently supports Amazon, Big W, Bunnings, Coles, David Jones, Harvey Norman, Myer, Target, The Good Guys and Woolworths, with many more on the way. Also, the "compare prices" feature is still in development.
- (2020-09-22) Dennis Bareis: It doesn't often pick up savings. It doesn't have a way to get to their main site
- (2018-06-20, v:1.2.1) Michael Wolf: Toolbar blocks some web page functions
Hi I like using this tool, however, when enabled, it interferes with functions some web sites/pages. Like online chat with buttons at the top. The tool bar doesn't work on those pages so it serves no purpose but it blocks the top row. It would be great to be able to hide the tool bar on those pages, if even temporarily, instead of having to disable the extension just to be able to use some pages.
- (2017-12-19, v:1.1.0) Mark Mason: On supported websites there will be a thin bar at the top of the page
I dont see any thin line at the top of the page using chrome extension?