I get a lot of readers asking me how to find the cheapest price on Amazon. While most of you already know how to do this, I figured a short tutorial would solve that problem for the readers who are curious.
First, click here. This will open up a product page on Amazon.
Now that you are on the listing page, there are three primary ways:
1.) Just under the price of the item, you will see “Note: Available at a lower price from other sellers” with the “other sellers” portion as a blue clickable link. Click on that link. That will take you to a list of all the sellers currently selling that item, ordered by price, from lowest to highest. (Total price which includes shipping cost, not just the price of the item).
2.) Alternatively, you can also scroll directly down a few inches to the portion that says “Used & new (xx) from $xx.xx“. Again, this will also be a blue clickable link. Clicking that link will take you to the same list of sellers who are currently selling that product.
3.) A third and final way is to scroll down a few more inches, and look on the far right side. You will have the same link as in #2 above.
Once you get into the page showing the various sellers, you can view the different sellers, the item condition, the price, and shipping cost (if any).
Also on this page, you can view the feedback for different sellers, as well as where they are shipping from. If you are in a rush, generally speaking, the closer they are located to you, the faster you should receive your order.
You can also choose to view different variations of the product; if available. Variations that include size, color, accessories, bundles, etc.
From the far left, you can also filter the choices by shipping method, and condition. So for example, if you only wanted to see the sellers that offer free shipping, just check that box.
Once you find an offer/seller that you are happy with, just click on Add to Cart on the right side, and go from there.