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Mac Buyer's Guide
Recommendation on when to buy Apple products
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Compare Apple product prices in different countries

The Mac Index indexes Apple website and compare prices of Apple products in different countries, against recent currency exchange rate. It’s like The Big Mac Index of Macs (and iPhones, and iPads). Useful when you're traveling somewhere and wanted to check if they have your favorite Apple product cheaper than if you buy at home.

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Noteworthy - The Journal Blog
How to get the prices ⛏ Like in previous version, I rely on Structured Data (JSON+LD) that's embedded on Apple website to get the prices. Basically, if you need to know prices of any products, you can use Google Shopping to search for the product, follow the linked shop page, and use Google Structured Data Testing Tool to see if they have info that you need … See more
Plugged | The Next Web
Ever wondered if different countries get better deals on Apple products? Or regretted not buying that new iPhone abroad? Well, thanks to the Mac Index, you can know for sure. This site - created by Wafiq Rodzuan, a Malaysian software developer - has a simple concept: it shows you the prices of different Apple products across the world.
Buy Apple products cheaper while traveling If you're like me, chances are you want to compare which country should you buy your latest Apple product slightly cheaper, that coincides with places that you would visit on your next trip out. If not, well, look at you, top 1-percenter.
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Price tracker/alerter for Amazon, Best Buy & Newgg

Camel Camel Camel is a price tracker that makes sure you're getting the best deals! You do not even need to make a registration to track your desirable products' prices, you can do that if you want to get alerts. And if you have created a Wishlist in your Amazon account, it watched the price history of all the items that you have not purchased yet.

Ryan Hoover
Ryan Hoover- Founder, Product Hunt
Check out Camel Camel Camel (I know, ridiculous name 🐫). The best part is its Wishlist Synchronization tool which tracks price changes for anything added to your Amazon Wishlist.
Sam Haseltine
Sam Haseltine- Pre-sales solution consultant at Adobe
For less time-sensitive products, this is perfect
Joshua Talley
Joshua Talley- Sales Operations Manager, Grundfos
Feels a bit like Craigslist, but the alerts and settings are just right!
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Recently I've been rewatching the beloved sci-fi series "Firefly" and thinking how great it would be to own on Blu-ray. Like many shoppers, I started my search at Amazon--where "Firefly: The Complete Series" on Blu-ray sells for $49.99. Ouch. Too rich for my poor blogger blood.
Getting the best deal on the things you want to buy can take effort, but there are tons of great price tracking tools to help you choose when to jump and when to wait. Last week we asked for your favorites, then looked at the top five price tracking tools and put them to a vote.
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