I rarely buy anything online without a discount — even if that means putting a beloved piece on the back burner until a promotional code lands in my inbox. And, while I’m usually on top of checking for discounts, sometimes those emails do go overlooked. (It’s easy to miss the good stuff when we’re all getting hundreds of emails a day!) Fortunately, there’s a company called Wikibuy that’s making the process of saving money on your purchases even easier. Wikibuy offers a three-prong approach to saving individuals money. There’s a Chrome extension that finds lower prices from other sellers while you shop on Amazon and will also check to see where else the product is being sold and shows the price (including tax, shipping and minus any coupons that apply) for each of those locations. You can also search the site for products, which will show you all the places the item is being sold and what your cost would be on that site. Lastly, the extension will also test coupon codes automatically at checkout and will find online rebates from participating retailers.
When Wikibuy reached out to me a couple of weeks ago asking if I’d like to collaborate, I jumped at the chance to try their site. I challenged myself to find a discount for the LOFT dress I had been crushing on for a few weeks. Not only did Wikibuy alert me when the dress had a $25 discount, it also found a code for free shipping off of a $50 order. (Much better than LOFT’s standard $125 minimum for free shipping, which just means I buy extra sizes and “ride-along items” to return later.) It’s definitely worth giving it a shot if you’re an avid online shopper like myself! And if you’re in the market for an easy, summer-to-fall dress that you can wear on weekends and to the office: this is it. It’s such a fun little dress to wear!
LOFT dress | Ann Taylor sandals | Rebecca Minkoff bag (old; similar, but I’m saving for this) | Karen Walker sunglasses (c/o Shopbop) | Julie Vos ring (c/o; similar) | Monica Vinader ring (similar) | Hermes bracelet
Thank you to Wikibuy for partnering on this post!