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How to track product prices on Google Chrome and save money?

Save more on your purchases by tracking product prices online.

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Pro online shoppers know that tracking product prices can save a significant amount of money. Earlier, you needed to download an extension or plugin to track prices, but now Google Chrome has made it easier to keep a tab on the products you want to buy. You don’t need to download any extension to get an alert whenever a particular product’s price drops. In this article, we show you how to track product prices on Google Chrome and save money!

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Here’s how you can track product prices on a desktop

First, you need to make sure that you are signed into the Chrome browser and have the sync turned on for your profile. You also need to turn on ‘Web and App activity.’ Visit this page to enable it.

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Step 1: Open the product page on your desktop.

Step 2: Click on the ‘Track price’ icon right next to the address bar. Click ‘Done’ in the following box.

Step 2: Click on the ‘Track price’ icon right next to the address bar. Click ‘Done’ in the following box. How to track product prices on Google Chrome and save money?

Chrome will start tracking the product and notify you whenever there is a drop in its price. Here’s how you can manage the products you are tracking.

Step 3: Click on the side panel icon right next to your profile icon on Chrome.

Step 3: Click on the side panel icon right next to your profile icon on Chrome.

Step 4: Click on Bookmarks and select Tracked Products. 

Step 5: You will be able to see all the products being tracked by Chrome. Turn off alerts if you want to untrack a product.

Here’s how you can manage notifications of the products you are tracking on Chrome.

Step 6: Open Google Chrome on your desktop and click on the ellipses (three dots) at the top right corner of the screen. Go to Settings>Sync and Google Services.

Step 7: Scroll down to ‘Other Google services’ and turn off ‘Get price tracking notifications.’

Remember: ‘Track price’ will only work if you are logged in/signed into the Chrome browser.

Here’s how you can track product prices on an Android smartphone

Step 1: Open Chrome on your Android smartphone and tap the ellipses (three dots) at the top right corner of the screen. Go to Settings>Google Services and turn ‘Track prices on tabs’ on.

Step 2: Open the product page on Chrome and tap the three dots (ellipses) at the top right corner of the screen. Select ‘Track price.’

Select ‘Track price.’

Remember: ‘Track price’ will only work if you are logged in/signed into the Chrome browser/Android device.

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Conclusion

This is how you can track product prices on Google Chrome. While tracking a product, Google Chrome will alert you whenever any seller drops the price for the product. You will need to visit the seller list on the product page to see more details. If you do not want to receive email alerts, click on the ‘unsubscribe here’ link in any mail.

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