Following the recent leak about the new Samsung phone release, many people are excited to splurge on the latest technology that Samsung has to offer. However, new electronics come at a price and according to the Telegraph, parents were spending £3 billion on tech gadgets in 2014, with this number predicted to have skyrocketed in the last four years.
As the amount we spend on electronics continues to increase, many are wondering if there is a way to save money on electronics without missing out on the next big product release. With this in mind, PIWoP, shopping deal experts, reveal the top three ways you can purchase your favourite gadgets, without breaking the bank.
Buy Refurbished Models
As a society, we often feel a drive to buy brand new electronics straight from the store. But did you know that many stores such as Apple, offer the latest electronics at a discounted rate? This is because these models have been returned and fixed by the company to be sold on at a cheaper rate. If you’re looking to buy new discounted electronics, make sure to check the refurbished section before you buy brand new!
Check The Sales
Black Friday, Cyber Monday and Boxing Day are just three of the best sales to find your coveted gadgets at a discounted rate. There are also plenty of sales throughout the year; summer sales, especially during September, are a good time to buy discounted electronics as brands will want to get rid of last year’s stock before Christmas.
Price Tracker Apps
When it comes to finding the best deals on electronics, using a price tracker app is a great way to find the latest gadget at a price you want to pay. Price tracking tools are able to track the item of your choice by monitoring well-known retailers and alerting you of when it changes to the price you want to pay.
Here at PIWoP, we provide a bespoke price drop alert tool that tracks the price of your favourite electronics so you can pay the price you want to pay. If you would like more information about PIWoP, get in touch with our team today via our contact form.