1. Make it a habit to register for price alerts. It goes even for purchases that you've recently made. Price alerts will let you know when a product has dropped to a price you want. And if you've recently purchased at full price, it is possible to ask for a price adjustment to satisfy the new deal.
2. If you are looking at purchasing from the seller for the first time, take a moment to carefully examine their past customer reviews. As a general rule this will give you an approximate idea of what sort of goods and services you ought to expect yourself. Anyone who has been rated lowly time and time again ought to be given a wide swerve.
4. Do not spend too much cash on shipping. Shipping charges can really add up. Many sites offer free shipping, free shipping once you spend a certain amount, or use a coupon code that allows you to get free delivery. Instead of paying your hard earned money on shipping, look for a store that ships for free.
5. If a website is not secure, do not make a purchase. Simply look up at the web address when you are shopping. If you notice an "https" instead of an "http," you can feel confident enough to insert your charge card information. However, if there is no "s" in the address, move on to a different site to be on the safe side.