Fakespot rates the user reviews of products on Amazon. You enter the URL of the product on Amazon and the site analyzes the reviews. It awards the product reviews a letter grade from A to F based on its algorithm and there is a pretty good explanation of the rating after the analysis.
Respond.com You tell them what you are looking for and they send your request out to a bunch of sellers who will contact you.
Product Mentions is a site that collects and reports on products that have been mentioned on the Redditt discussion site and which are available on Amazon.
Shopzilla is a mall site. You can get comparison pricing, reviews, etc.
Google Product Search is a beta project that helps you find products on the Web.
Shopping.com is a mall site. You can get comparison pricing, reviews, etc.
PriceRunner does comparison shopping to find you the best prices on the Web.
PriceGrabber does comparison shopping to find you the best prices on the Web.
Become.com does comparison shopping to find you the best prices on the Web.
Buzzillions - shopping site with user reviews built in.
Infomercials has links to all that good stuff sold on TV.
SpaceShots for Sale "...you have the opportunity to enjoy an astronaut's view of our world. Spectacular, brilliant satellite images taken from 450 miles up in space. These poster size digital images are out of this world..." .
UPS allows you to track your shipments.
America's Charities is a federation of non-profit, charitable organizations. Charitable giving is an important facet of American life, more than anywhere else in the world. This site details charitable organizations and workplace-giving campaigns.
TraderOnline is classified ads divided into 10 to 12 categories.
Farmer's Market Online tries to pattern itself after a farmer's market.
Consumer Reports - not much for free here. They also have some blogs.
Netmarket - variety of products, well designed site, good prices
Walgreen's DrugStore Buy everything you need online.
Unclaimed Baggage where you can buy the lost shoes of others.
Custom Jigsaw Puzzles from your photograph.
SmartHome has electronic gadgets for the home.
Improvements for things around the house and garden.
Carparts.com - you enter your make and model and you can buy parts for your car (as well as accessories).
Underwriters Labs - certified electrical products and the companies that make them.
SalesCircular shows sales that are going on at local brick and mortar stores. You select the product category and state.
iOffer - you post the price that you're willing to pay for a specific product and sellers start bidding for your bucks.
Edmund Scientific has geeky scientific products but also has cool stuff to tinker with.
ThinkGeek has cool stuff for your geeky side and for thinking kids.
The Science Company sells science stuff like weather stations.
Christmas Place sells nothing but Christmas decorations.
The Unemployed Philospher's Guild sells stuff like Freudian Slippers and the fabulous Light-Up Starry Night Pillow.
TravelSmith sells bags, gadgets, and clothing for the traveler.
Johnson Smith Co. - has a small collection of sites that sell gadgets and unusual gifts.
Dealtime will find the book, music, or movie you want and compare prices, including shipping, at a bunch of online stores.
Gift Certificates sells gift certificates for about 200 big name stores and restaurants. You buy 'super certificates' that the receiver can then trade in for a certificate for a specific merchant. Small charge for service.
Give Anything sells gift certificates for about 200 big name stores and restaurants. You buy 'super certificates' that the receiver can then trade in for a certificate for a specific merchant. Small charge for service.
Craig's List is a mish-mash of stuff for sale, job postings, services offered, etc. Separate listings for a small number of metro areas.
Minimus sells small size stuff like samples and travel size stuff.
Archie McPhee sells ... well ... librarian action figures, meat air freshener, windup hopping lederhosen, etc.
Uncrate - a shopping blog for men who like to buy 'stuff'.
- Amazon Books has books for sale, short interviews with authors, books in the news, etc. They will send you e-mail notification when your favorite author publishes or a book about your favorite subject is published. Best of the big three book sites.
- Barnes & Noble Books Their prices are not as good as Amazon's but they seem to have a larger, if not different, inventory.
- Powell's Books is big and cheap - maybe bigger and cheaper than Amazon.
- Alternative Book Outlets is an article about a few book outlets other than Amazon.
- Book Outlet has gotten good reviews and sells books cheap.
- Que Books - technical books.
- AddAll searches for book prices in thiry online book stores.
- AllBookStores does an excellent job of searching for book prices in online book stores.
- Audible.com is a large site handling books on tape.
- Book Finder finds books for sale on the Web.
- Strand Bookstore - new and used books for sale.
- Abebooks - New and used books along with reader reviews. The site has a search feature that finds books at other sellers and compares prices although the results have a lot of hits that are duplicates or are just not useful.
- 10 Best Sites for Trading Books and CDs is an article on the Make Use Of site.
- Title Trader allows you to trade books and other stuff with others. Not sure if the system works since you have to send your stuff to someone else before you get credit for it on the site.
- NewEgg sells mostly computers and parts but also sells other electronics.
- Tiger Direct sells mostly computers and parts but also sells other electronics.
- PC Mall (don't buy anything without a manufacturer's guarantee or PC Mall will not accept returns.)
- Computer Discount Warehouse
- Toshiba Computers
- Fry's sells computer products as well as other unrelated mechandise.
- Monoprice - electronics, computer and peripheral equipment. Its USB and HDMI cables were highly rated (Wirecutter 2019) along with Anker and Amazon Basics.
- LiveWire Reviews - reviews of computers
- Cyber Guys sell all kinds of computer parts.
- J&N Computer Service sells parts, CPU/motherboard bundles, etc.
- Motherboards.org reviews motherboards.
- PC Power and Cooling sells power supplies and cooling fans.
- Guru3d reviews video cards and has some troubleshooting information.
- Everything USB sells stuff that you can attach to your computer via its USB ports.
- TechBargains - great site for computer related bargains on the Web - coupons, percentage discounts, free shipping, etc.
- Dealsplus is a collection of current deals on tech goodies and computer equipment. The layout is not as good as TechBargains so it takes longer to find anything..
- Software Voucher finds coupons and discount codes for software.
- AntiRebate - has discounted stuff that doesn't require use of a rebate. Mostly electronic stuff.
- Dealnews.com lists current bargains - mostly computer related.
- TechForLess has a rapidly changing inventory but the prices are worth checking out.
- Catalogs is dedicated to catalogs.
- CatalogMonster is dedicated to catalogs.
- iVillage has items from various catalogs in many categories with links to the catalog site.
Coupons and Savings: (moved)
- Art.com This site lets you pick posters and reproductions of paintings which you can frame and mat using their interactive tools. Very nice site although it can be tedious to browse since they only show 6 pictures at a time.
- Vintage PosterWorks where you can buy posters from days of old.
- Metropolitan Museum of Art Store
- Poster Shop
- eBay is the largest and includes a person-to-person auction.
- GetItNext - is a very nice eBay front-end that makes it easier to use eBay.
- Last Minute Auction - eBay auctions with less than an hour to go.
- Priceline Bid on airline tickets, groceries, gasoline, loans, etc.
- The Bank Rate shows you credit card rates at various institutions and has a search engine to help you find one that meets your criteria.
- The Credit Info Center has information about credit cards in general. Also, has a search engine for credit cards and rates plus news on credit unions, credit companies, etc. It also has best credit cards with frequent flier miles, best with rebates, best platinum, etc.
- American Express
- Privacy.com This site lets you use temporary credit card numbers. You can set limits to how much can be charged on them and how often they can be used. They are connected to your real credit card but vendors that you use online never see the real number. This protects you from fraud and evil-doers who might steal your info from vendor databases.