Do you like saving money?
I do…mostly. I’m also mostly terrible at doing so, but when you see the numbers jump up as you succeed in saving, you can’t help but be a little excited by it. And there’s nothing like saving money to spend on a goddamn new game, console or gadget.
So it’s lucky we have the likes of PriceSpy to make it easier for us. Considered ‘New Zealand’s biggest impartial price and product comparison site’, they’ve added new features to the site to make it easier for us to CONSUME (my favourite) by improving insights to help us shop, save and compare!
As a user who adopted the site in its early days, it’s impressive to see it continue to innovate the data it provides to consumers so they can maximise their savings. And the first of these features is astounding in what it presents, while also having a dope-as-hell name.
Advanced Price History Graph.
This allows users to see the pricing history from up to two years ago for a product, so that they can see whether they’re getting it at the best possible price!
Also crazily, PriceSpy can potentially PREDICT (magical) the price of an item to see if it may be cheaper in future by using these forecasts and trends. THE FUTURE.
Along with ADVANCED PRICE HISTORY, you can now also…compare. Sorry, I thought that was going to be as exciting a name as the previous feature, but yes!
You can use this by clicking on the scale icon within the main shopping category on PriceSpy! Once clicked, you can then select the products you want to run a side-by-side comparison on, so you can easily see the differences between them! KNOWLEDGE IS POWER FOLKS!
And thanks to knowledge, and these new features, XENOJAY.COM has teamed up with PriceSpy to giveaway the GAMES OF MARCH! (a follow-up banger to The Boys Of Summer).
Despite it’s late launch in March, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice (PS4) absolutely beat the rest of the month easily. Historical data insights also revealed that Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (Switch) rose through the ranks again, claiming the second most searched result.
“We’re extremely pleased to be able to offer shoppers even more benefits that will enable them to continue making informed shopping decisions.” says Liisa Matinvesi-Bassett, the country manager for PriceSpy in New Zealand.
“Even when buying games like Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice (PS4) or Red Dead Redemption 2 (Multi), prices can vary massively from shop to shop, on different days and months. It’s our mission to help make sure shoppers are aware of these differences so they aren’t ripped off.”
To show this, you can look at the likes of Sekiro, where a potential saving of $5.31 can be had, or Super Smash where you could save a WHOPPING $16.31! (yes, I mainly wanted to say whopping).
To enter to win these games, simply use the entry form below and remember to check the T’s & C’s!