Here’s the 35 most popular online price-comparison sites. Happy deal-hunting. [ProBargainHunter]

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  1. I don’t know about anyone else, but I rarely use these services anymore. The majority of the results are obscure, unheard of online stores that I’m weary of using, and any of the more common results I probably would’ve checked while shopping anyways. I find a site like [www.retailmenot.com] far more useful when shopping online. Just tonight I saved $20 on a business card order and $40 on a Kohls purchase from coupon codees found at RetailMeNot. It almost feels criminal!

  2. Trai_Dep says:

    Pricegrabber’s a keeper, IMO. Not only does it rate, it also polls past customers, along w/ giving the vendor a chance to respond. It also collects the retail price, shipping and handling (thus exposing the dodgy retailers that sell at a loss while making 2x it back from S&H), and allows you to share your experiences.

    Froogle is good to get a lay of the land, and for window shopping.