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Topic # 151481 27-Aug-2014 09:50
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I love pricespy.co.nz and i keep a "wishlist" of items that when the price chages i get an email to notifying me , so i can then make a decision as to buy or not to buy

I wonder if a similar system could be setup with trademe?




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  Reply # 1137099 25-Sep-2014 08:46
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There was an article in nzherald about a car dealer who managed to get an app which was generating him every morning the list of every car he was interested in - pricewise and other info.
There were no information of whether that app was available for anyone else.




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  Reply # 1137109 25-Sep-2014 09:02
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I just use my trade me 'favourites' searches, set to email daily.

With a decent specific search phrase it'll find stuff I want.

As they use an auction process, comparing pricing only works with ' buy now' listed items..

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1137680 25-Sep-2014 17:37
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There is this which is pretty handy don't if any of you use it or not.

http://www.bidbud.co.nz/




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  Reply # 1137726 25-Sep-2014 18:36
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I would thoroughly recommend bidbud.co.nz. It's a great tool even if you only occasionally buy things. And Andrew just keeps adding to it. (No, I don't have any affiliation with it.)

All the things you could possibly want from an auction app.

(Hmm, perhaps I shouldn't sing it's praises as it will make it harder for me to win auctions!!)



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  Reply # 1138142 26-Sep-2014 12:08
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notesgnome: I would thoroughly recommend bidbud.co.nz. It's a great tool even if you only occasionally buy things. And Andrew just keeps adding to it. (No, I don't have any affiliation with it.)

All the things you could possibly want from an auction app.

(Hmm, perhaps I shouldn't sing it's praises as it will make it harder for me to win auctions!!)


I second that the man deserves an ....... what do you award techs/geeks who develop a neat piece of software?




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  Reply # 1144130 30-Sep-2014 12:07
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I like to use gearbot.co.nz myself. It's a little less clunky than pricespy.

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