See discounts while you browse

Capital One Shopping, which comes as both a browser extension and an app, can potentially help you save a bundle every time you click "Buy."

When you’re browsing on Amazon, Capital One Shopping will instantly search thousands of other sellers to see whether there’s a better price somewhere else.

For example, if you’re planning to buy a Nintendo Switch for the gamer on your list, using Capital One Shopping could save you more than $37.

Nintendo Switch price comparison on Amazon
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Savings found on November 16, 2020. Savings may vary. Sample results shown.

Still too expensive? Set up a price-drop alert, and if the item goes on sale in the future you’ll be the first to know.

Once you’re ready to check out, Capital One Shopping will automatically try to apply coupon codes gathered from its database of millions of other online shoppers.

And as a final perk, you’ll earn Capital One Shopping Credits when you buy from stores that are partnered with the extension. These Credits can be redeemed for gift cards at places like Macy’s, eBay and Barnes & Noble.

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Treat yourself to some savings

Capital One Shopping has helped people save over $160 million in the last year, and with just a few clicks, you can save too.

It’s free to use and only takes a few seconds to set up, so download Capital One Shopping today and start getting better deals.

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Shane Murphy

Shane Murphy

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Shane is a reporter for MoneyWise. He holds a bachelor’s degree in English Language & Literature from Western University and is a graduate of the Algonquin College Scriptwriting program.

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