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  • For the harder to find items, there are used items available and usually at a lower cost, so if there is something you don't want anymore, you have a market to sell it as well
  • You bid on the items you want and whoever puts in the best bid by the time the auction is over gets said item
  • I've used it several times myself and I have yet to be disappointed
  • If you want to venture into the online shopping experience, I can't think of a better site to do it than Amazon


    • by David Finniss

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      When online shopping first emerged, there were two titans in the industry, Ebay and Amazon. Both have proven themselves to be reputable and successful to this day. I’ve long considered getting an eBay account, but I haven’t yet, that’s mostly because I’m more than happy with Amazon.

      Whether it be a book, DVD, CD, or even a piece of furniture, odds are that you can find what you are looking for on Amazon’s website. For the harder to find items, there are used items available and usually at a lower cost, so if there is something you don’t want anymore, you have a market to sell it as well.

      The big difference between Amazon and eBay is the fact that Amazon operates more like a store where eBay


      is more akin to an auction house. You bid on the items you want and whoever puts in the best bid by the time the auction is over gets said item. It’s great if you want to sell stuff, but for the buyer it can be frustrating.

      Amazon has one set price on the item, unless it’s used in which case it varies depending on who’s selling.

      Amazon also has the benefit of a “wish list” this allows you to search for items that you want and to store them in a list so that you don’t have to go back and search for the item again later. It’s fun to build, but can be frustrating in that you spend a lot of time ...


      • trying to cut the list down, only to see it skyrocket back up after only a few minutes of wandering the site.

        It’s especially fun when you find items that are far, far out of your price range. You can put it on and use that to motivate you to save up so that you can have that unobtainable item, whatever it may be.

        Amazon takes all major credit cards and is quite secure so you don’t need to worry about theft or fraud. I’ve used it several times myself and I have yet to be disappointed. The products always ship promptly and arrive in good condition.

        The only downside is that they don’t take paypal. If they could fix that one

        flaw, it would improve the site exponentially. I’m actually surprised that people still go to the mall to do their Christmas shopping. With the massive crowds and hassle, you would think that people would just sit at their computers and get it all done in a matter of minutes without stressing out over it. I guess it’s a good thing as it keeps people employed, but from a frustration standpoint, it’s quite bizarre.

        If you want to venture into the online shopping experience, I can’t think of a better site to do it than Amazon. It’s easy to use, it’s safe, secure, and you can almost always find an item at a lower cost than you would at a retail store. I highly recommend this site.




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