With online shopping at its peak this week, an Internet alert service from Winnipeg is helping holiday shoppers quickly find the best deals being posted by Amazon.ca.
JungleNinja is a ninja monkey that stalks the Amazon.ca jungle 24/7 looking for discounted products and updating the website automatically when any Amazon item is reduced by 20% or more. Consumers can organize these discounted products using selection criteria that sort results by sales rank, percentage of savings, price or title.
“Shopping on Amazon is really like a cyber jungle with huge discounts hidden all over the site,” said Evan Falk, a Web developer in Winnipeg, Manitoba. “With the economic downturn, my colleagues and I created this free alert so consumers, including ourselves, could find the best bargains fast.”
Even cooler for the price conscious shoppers who are always eager to hit the Free Super Saver Shipping threshold of $39. JungleNinja will help you tip the shipping scales in your favour with a search tool to find items closest to a given value. So, if you’re $1.25 short of the $39 minimum order, JungleNinja will suggest an item to get you over the hump. Smart idea!
JungleNinja was developed by Winnipeg-based web developer Tipping Canoe. It’s great to see the entrepreneurial juices flowing at a web development company – they’ve taken their development skills and knowledege of the Amazon API to create a cool tool that will make them a little Amazon affiliate revenue at the same time.
JungleNinja is not affiliated with Amazon.ca.