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Woman reveals useful Amazon hack she 'unearthed' that helps people save money while shopping

A loyal Amazon customer chances upon a hidden page on their website that contains all kinds of discounts and deals on various products.

Woman reveals useful Amazon hack she 'unearthed' that helps people save money while shopping
Cover Image Source: TikTok/@newboozenshoes

It's always ideal to look out for deals, especially if one is into shopping. Good deals can allow individuals to save up quite a bit and allow them to gain more value for the money that they do spend. TikTok user Cyndi (@newsboozenshoes), a self-proclaimed "Amazon addict," recently shared a video where she showed viewers a way using which they can make savings on Amazon with coupons. She also shared the video on her Instagram


 
 
 
 
 
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A post shared by Cyndi Mazouri ❤️ Amazon Fashion Finds (@newsboozenshoes)


 

She starts the video by stating that she "unearthed" something that she had no idea existed before. Cyndi congratulated the people who knew about the hack before. She goes on to say, "I feel like I thought I knew almost everything about Amazon. Apparently not." The video then cuts to a screen recording where she opens up the Amazon app on her phone.

Image Source: TikTok/@newboozenshoes
Image Source: TikTok/@newboozenshoes

Cyndi states how the page she was on was a certain section on the online store where people could find all their coupons. She says, "So if you're looking for different things, you can see much off they are." The page has coupons from different sections like home fashion and electronics. So, the page is a very useful place to be able to locate the best possible deals for different products.

Image Source: TikTok/@newsboozenshoes
Image Source: TikTok/@newsboozenshoes

The woman is very happy to have found the page and mentions that she would now be spending a lot of time on it looking for good discounts. She hilariously remarks, "My husband's gonna love it." She concludes the video by saying that she would put a link to the page on their story so others could check it out. You can go to the page by searching "coupon" in the search bar on Amazon.

Image Source: TikTok/@newsboozenshoes
Image Source: TikTok/@newsboozenshoes

 

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@mirandas_nailcreations made the work easier for fellow shoppers and commented, "Since she didn't share any details. All you have to do is search "Amazon coupons" in the search bar on the App or on Google and there you go." Another individual, @nurseknowitall, suggested, "Always filter your search results to "all deals" and it will show coupons for whatever you're shopping for. Also, the outlet."


 
 
 
 
 
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Such deals and the ease with which one can place orders on the shopping site can have many people spending a lot of money on mundane purchases. In what was a hilarious incident, a 5-year-old child used Alexa to purchase a hot tub and toys worth $1000. Tucker Bohman (@toystorydad_) shared the video on TikTok as a PSA for other parents. The man posted a series of screenshots of the long list of toys his kid ordered and talked about how he did it.

 Image Source: TikTok | @toystorydad_
Image Source: TikTok | @toystorydad_

He warns others, "Parents, make sure to disable voice purchases on your Alexa app so this doesn't happen to you!" The incident had many individuals sharing similar stories in the comments section. @brennelballard said, "My grandson put over $3000 worth of toys in my cart on Amazon. Luckily, he didn't check out. About a week later, he asked where his order was."

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Image Source: TikTok/@katpixels

 

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Another user, @bypassedrnaudrey, commented, "My kid ordered $11,000 worth of stuff from Amazon. That included 90,000 nerf darts." @customerservicesupport11 mentioned, "I work for Amazon. We get these calls a lot. Most times, they can be stopped and returned in transit."

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