15 Best Browser Extensions for Saving Money

Transform your browser into a money-saving powerhouse with these extensions.

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Updated July 18, 2024
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When you use the internet, browser extensions can help you block ads or check your grammar.

You can also use browser extensions to help you save money shopping online.

Test out a few of these extensions that can trim your costs the next time you shop.

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PayPal Honey

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One of the best-known browser extensions is PayPal Honey, which helps you find the best coupons and apply them to your purchases.

PayPal Honey finds coupons that you can apply to purchases during checkout. The extension is free, and you can use it with more than 30,000 sites.


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Klarna is a browser extension and app that allows you to buy something now and spread out payments over time.

It will also help you find deals or keep tabs on price drops so you know when items go on sale.

Capital One Shopping

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Capital One Shopping can get you earn cash back in the form of Capital One Shopping Rewards.

You can use these rewards to purchase gift cards that help you save extra cash at your favorite retailers.

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Get paid to shop when you download the Rakuten browser extension to your computer.

When you shop through Rakuten, you earn cash-back rewards on items you purchase at thousands of retailers. However, that cash back does not show up immediately; instead, it's issued every three months.


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Cently helps find coupon codes at thousands of retailers.

It also has a special feature that alerts you when you're purchasing a product on Amazon that's being sold at a lower price by another Amazon seller.

Cently says users can save an average of 20% on Amazon purchases with its price-comparison browser extension.


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Ibotta allows you to add offers to your individual “list” and then submit purchase receipts to earn cash back.

Ibotta sends you cash back in $20 increments.


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You may find reviews helpful when deciding whether to purchase a product, but some of those reviews might be fake.

Fakespot uses artificial intelligence to spot fake reviews so you can sort trustworthy reviews from the ones you cannot trust.

The Camelizer

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Waiting for a price drop on a product you want on Amazon? Camelizer has you covered.

The Camelizer browser extension tracks the price of items on Amazon and shows you history charts for the past price of the item.

That information helps you decide whether to buy something or wait for a price cut.


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Pricescout does the work of comparison shopping for you by checking out prices across more than 21,000 online stores to find the cheapest option.

You save money and time because you don’t have to check on all those sites yourself.

Stop overpaying when you shop online

Shopping online has its perks. It's super convenient, but it can be time consuming to find the best deals. Instead of hunting for coupon codes (that don't always work!) and opening tons of browser tabs comparing prices, you can try Capital One Shopping.

Capital One Shopping makes saving money effortless. Just add the browser extension and when you check out, it'll scour the internet for coupon codes to help you save cash. And before you check out at 25+ major retailers, Capital One Shopping will notify you with a friendly pop-up if the item you're buying is available cheaper somewhere else.

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Download ShopSavvy to your iPhone or Android phone and compare prices in your phone’s browser as you shop.

Scan the barcode of an item, and the ShopSavvy app does the work for you to see if it can find a better deal online.


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RetailMeNot is another website that finds coupon codes you can apply to a purchase to save money.

You can also earn cash back, depending on the sites you’re shopping on.

Coupon Cabin

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Coupon Cabin helps you apply coupons for purchases or get cash back from some retailers.

The cash-back option from Coupon Cabin will send you a reward after you reach $10, which is a lower threshold than some other browser extensions.

AI Shop Buddy

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This extension taps into artificial intelligence to help you save cash.

AI Shop Buddy uses ChatGPT to help you save money by answering questions about products or finding deals on different items.

CNET Shopping

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The CNET Shopping browser extension can do several things for you at once.

The extension can find the best price on a product across several websites or the best deals via coupons and discount codes. You can also use it to track your favorite products and receive alerts if there is a price drop on the item you want.


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Slickdeals can automatically apply the best coupons when you check out and help you earn rewards from retailers.

Bottom line

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Browser extensions could be an easy option to help you keep more money in your wallet.

So, try one or more of the extensions on this list and see how much cash you can save in 2024.

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