This has been the norm for years and apart from the process of haggling the customer
only has one choice but to buy at the price that has been discounted.
There are many online marketplaces where you either bid on a certain product such as ubid.com or ebay.com but it doesn't guarantee that you will get the product. At Amazon there is no need to bid for the products as they are all purchased for the price stated on the website.
That being said there has never been a better time to introduce people to Amazondiscounts101.com as a 'go between' for the customer and Amazon, where they can actually 'choose' their discounts.
The website is very simple to use. You state the category, subcategory, price
discount range, money (minimum and maximum you want to spend) and how you want the products to be sorted i.e. relevance customer reviews etc. Once you input your variables and hit send you will be sent off to Amazon where you will have the appropriate products fitting that criteria.
Mr Pitcher the owner of Amazon discounts 101 quotes that "people need to shown a way in which they can customize their discounts rather than to waste time trawling through pages upon pages to find the discounts, here at amazondiscounts101 we help people just do that". He goes on to say that "within the electronics/
The site is mainly for American British and Canadian users as it is still in its early stages of development. However people who are not from these countries can still purchase through the site as many of the product manuals are written for the international market.
For further information go to http://www.amazondiscounts101.com