Wikibuy helps you save money and is used by more than 1 million people.
With Wikibuy you can:
- Compare prices on millions of products.
- Get notified automatically when prices drop on products you view.
- Earn credit on purchases from more than 10,000 stores and restaurants - both instore and online.
- Search for the best coupons and offers shared by all Wikibuyers.
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Ratings and Reviews
Too many don’t follow instructions.
There are a lot of bad reviews because people have probably had bad experiences and have developed attitudes which they stick to because they are afraid that putting their credit cards in before trying out the program is too risky. They are certainly correct in keeping their guard up, with all the problems that are present on the internet. BUT, they can go to the upper right corner and click on “skip”, which will skip the cc sign in and allow them to run the program to test it. That wii allow them to test the software rather than become irate over what the software seems to be trying to do, ie, get them to “risk” getting in trouble by putting their cc info in without being cautious. It is understandable that they are being careful, but they are missing out on some pretty decent software.
Worthless. Can’t attest to the app, considering it would never let me log on, but the platform is plain wrong and will cost you money, guaranteed. I searched ten diffferent common products (kraft Mac and cheese, laundry detergent, soap, etc) through Wikibuy and several big box retail websites and the largest online marketplaces. In every instance, wikibuy returned “lowest price” recommendations that were higher than any other retailer searched on their own, some by as much as $3-5. My favorite was when wikibuy recommended buying an item from an retailer that was $5.23 higher than the same item was on that same retailers own website (and yes, this is accounting for the taxes and fees as well.). Save your time, skip this.
Upper right has the skip button
While I don’t think this finds the best deals. Many people are uninstalling because they feel they are forced to link a CC. If you look in the upper right there’s a link to SKIP that screen. It’s light grey, hard to see and done shadily to give the option but keep most people from seeing it. That’s why 3/5 stars. Just be honest and don’t try corralling people into linking a CC if they don’t want to by hiding the option.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.