With online shopping at its peak this week, an
Internet alert called Jungleninja is helping holiday shoppers quickly find the
best deals being posted by Amazon.ca.
As its unique name suggests, at www.jungleninja.com a ninja monkey stalks
the Amazon.ca jungle 24 hours a day, constantly looking for discounted
products. The site is updated automatically when any Amazon item is reduced by
20 per cent or more.
Consumers can organize these discounted products using selection criteria
that sort results by sales rank, percentage of savings, price or title.
“Shopping on Amazon is really like a cyber jungle with huge discounts
hidden all over the site,” said Evan Falk, a Web developer in Winnipeg,
Manitoba. “With the economic downturn, my colleagues and I created this free
alert so consumers, including ourselves, could find the best bargains fast.”
With a simple click, shoppers can instantly view thousands of deeply
discounted items on Amazon.ca – like Microsoft Office 2008 for Mac. Originally
listed at $629.99, the Amazon price is $319.99, giving consumers a whopping 49
per cent discount. Other bargain prices include a 40 per cent discount for a
12-inch Aluratek Digital Photo Frame. From books to DVDs, music and
electronics, Jungleninja does the searching for price-conscious shoppers this
Online shopping is a growing trend, with Statistics Canada reporting last
month that sales increased by 61 per cent from 2005 to 2007. More than
one-third of all Canadians over the age of 16 now purchase items through the
There is no fee to access www.jungleninja.com and the site does not
contain any spam or advertising. Jungleninja is not affiliated with Amazon.ca.