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Tips for Getting the Best Price Every Time on Amazon

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Tips for Getting the Best Price Every Time on Amazon

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Tips for Getting the Best Price Every Time on Amazon

It’s happened to all of us. We see an item on Amazon we are interested in, we go back to see it again (or purchase it) and the price has gone up.

Have you ever wondered why the price changes or if you were getting different prices than others. It has been called price discrimination and Amazon is making suckers of us all.

Amazon can determine who you are, your location, sites you visited, items you have searched for, ads you have clicked on, and your purchasing history the second you land on their site. Amazon can tell how fast you search and how quickly you buy an item. You don’t even need to log in for them to determine this either.

What kind of pricing do you think you will get if you live in a nice neighborhood, own a high end device, visit Macy’s, are an impulse buyer, have searched for or bought this item previously, or have recently logged into a WiFi hotspot in Bora Bora?

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What determines your pricing and what gives you away is YOUR DEVICE.

Deleting your cookies and browsing history, browsing in private mode, using a separate browser, or even using a VPN, does NOT hide your device and thus reveals your identity to Amazon and all online retailers.

YOU can stop being a “sucker” when it comes to online pricing, and finally level the playing field with the world’s largest retailer.

TraceFree is the only private browsing service that hides your identity, device, and true location from every website. This allows you to get unbiased pricing from all online retailers!

Each TraceFree browsing session starts with a cookie free browser. A site will have NO idea what sites you have EVER visited because there is NO browsing history.

Websites like Amazon see the location of the cloud provider, NOT your device. You can see where Amazon thinks you are located in the top left hand corner. With TraceFree, Amazon thinks you are located where the cloud provider is. Believe us, cloud provider zip codes are not known for high median income.

With TraceFree, Amazon is seeing you for the very first time EVERY time you visit.

Although we can’t guarantee you will always get the lowest pricing, we can guarantee you will never experience price discrimination based on your your device, location or previous browsing history.

To see if your device can be identified by Amazon, run a free privacy check If our site can identify your device, you can bet Amazon can too.

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