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Track sale cycles for items.

One of the flyer search engines I've seen recently (which focused almost entirely on Toronto, which was a dealbreaker for me) included a neat function of tracking sale cycles on items, so you could see what the historical high and low sale prices were for an item during a given time frame. The point behind doing this was so you would know whether something was on sale for a decent price, a really good price, or an OMG-STOCK-UP-NOW price.

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      • Karen commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        To add to that too, allow users to input the price they would buy a product for so when the price of that product is at or lower than a user's buy price, the user gets notified how many items that week are a "buy".

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