Keepa - Free Amazon price tracker for Chrome
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Keepa - Free Amazon price tracker for Chrome

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Found 10th Jun
I take no credit for this, and don't know why the post from October 2017 was expired. It has proved so useful and just wanted to remind everyone. I ditched camelcamelcamel in February for this as it automatically gives you the price history on the page of every Amazon product you look at. The thread from i_have_crabs is here hotukdeals.com/dea…827 which also mentions a very useful contribution from crazyhorse69
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Cheers for this.
Is this the same as the cameliser?
yes
i have it already its a great addition to amazon keeps me updated as to the recent prices so i can tell if a deal is as good as it looks.

thanks for posting heat added
Brilliant add-on, alerts are spot on (Even warns of upcoming lightening deals for your tracked product).
Also has RSS feeds and Telegram alerts as well as an Android app.

The only real downside is that it's hard (impossible?) to see graphs and stats on the go.
Keepa > CamelCamelCamel
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Geez, why didn't I look into this before. Looks very good!

Cheers for the heads up!
lastjunkie10 m ago

what makes it better?


I guess because it automatically injects the product price history graph straight into the page as opposed to having to click on the CCC button to see the same.
Nice, thanks. Does this track lightning deals?
Avoid this potentially dodgy extension that harvests god knows what data, instead;

1) Install either [Greasemonkey] if you're using Firefox or [Tampermonkey] if you're using Chrome.
2) Once the above is installed visit [here] and click install.
Edited by: "Turret" 11th Jun
Is that chart a profile of Thomas the Tank Engine or some other locomotive?
Why not just download the amazon app? and then add the item on your wishlist?

I always get notifications if the item price drops or goes on lightning, but of course you'll still need to check the price history via third party.. but not too hard right? :P
Turret10th Jun

Avoid this potentially dodgy extension that harvests god knows what data, …Avoid this potentially dodgy extension that harvests god knows what data, instead;1) Install either [Greasemonkey] if you're using Firefox or [Tampermonkey] if you're using Chrome.2) Once the above is installed visit [here] and click install.


Can you elaborate on the difference please?

Your post actually looks more dodgy with a "visit [here] and click install"
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