How To Know If You're Getting The Best Price

I'm sure you've come across something you just had to have either online or in the store. Usually, you find it on sale and you're having an interior conflict with yourself on whether to buy it or not. This conflict might include, "Do I really need it?" or "I know it's on sale, but is it at the best price". The first question is really going to be a judgment call on your part. This could be a difficult task. The most important thing you need to question is, "Do I have enough money for this?" If the answer is no...move on and wait until you do because putting it on a credit card negates all sales prices. If the answer is yes, then mental processing can move on to the question: "Is it at the best price". The answer to that question is Frucall. I came across this website the other day and it is so freakin' nifty. This service (which is free) can tell you comparable prices for the item you're looking at. You can be either at home or at the store! They offer 3 ways of contact: phone call via 800 #, text message, or mobile web on your cell phone. All you have to do is provide the barcode number and Frucall does the rest. Right now it seems to cover hard goods like books, cd, electronics, ect. It is definitely something to look at!





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