Narrow your search
shopping, barcode scanning, save money, prices, reviews, gifts, buy
Saving money comparing prices is easy. Do it everywhere on anything you buy with the PriceGrabber app!The PriceGrabber app helps you quickly find...
The power of PriceGrabber.com at your fingertips. PriceGrabber.com's application helps you quickly find the lowest price on millions of products...
Compare and contrast prices between different shopping search engines.
Search and access various online stores.
Submit your products to Froogle and multiple shopping search engines simultaneously.
Compare prices from various online shops.
widget for many different search services
If you have an ecommerce website, online catalog, blog, or list your products on major shopping portals like eBay, Amazon, PriceGrabber, Froogle...
Before you buy: scan the barcode (or type name) and see what it costs elsewhere.
PriceGrabber President Steve Krenzer advises consumers to do their research before pulling the trigger on holiday gifts.
A study from the Financial Times claims that products appearing at the top of a Google search are pricier than those that show up lower in the results.
Popular online shopping Web site PriceGrabber released its first Android application.
The new app links together multiple devices so users can search and access files without sticking them in the cloud first.
A smaller version of the iPad is coming, you say? What is this, 2009? No, really -- we've heard this before.
A full 52 percent of consumers surveyed by PriceGrabber said they'd consider buying a miniature iPad this year.
The next iPad will potentially end up in the shopping carts of 42 percent of current iPad owners surveyed by price comparison site PriceGrabber.
From cashback websites to voucher codes, there's a raft of ways to avoid paying top dollar when buying gadgets online. Here's our guide.
If you're looking for a new TV, gaming console, digital camera, cell phone, laptop, or other electronic device, check out these sites that offer unbelievable deals.
PriceGrabber finds in its recent survey of U.S. consumers that there's a huge pent-up hunger for the next version of Apple's smartphone.