Honey is a Google Chrome/Firefox extension that you can enable. It pops up when you're checking out at online shopping sites like Amazon or Walmart, among other sites. It curates all of the shopping coupon codes for those sites and, if one is applicable to your order, it will popup telling you about it and then let you apply it to your order.
It's really easy to use and I don't have to worry about those weird coupon/deal sites...you know the ones, where every click you worry about pop-ups and viruses and then the codes don't even work, or is that just me?
So, I decided to write this post about Honey just because I have finally figured out how I feel about it. I have been using it for a few months now and I have reaped the benefits so far, so to speak.
Additionally, what I like most, is that if you're a price comparison shopper like me and are in no rush to buy your item(s), you can configure it to track the price of X item by adding it to your Droplist.
Then, if the price decreases, you'll get an email sent to you (if you use Gmail, the email will get sent to your promotions tab, until you tell it not to), and then you can easily know when you want to purchase said item.
When you check out, you can also check the graph to see the price changes over the past X number of months. It's kind of useful if you want to see what the absolute lowest price for that item was and determine if you want to wait to see if it will drop back to that price again.