Wikibuy Featured in Built In Austin’s Annual Top 50 Startups to Watch

Wikibuy Featured in Built In Austin’s Annual Top 50 Startups to Watch Dave Menzies Editor Publisher Startup TechWire
AUSTIN, Texas -- Wikibuy, a shopping assistant, powered by the crowd of more than 1.5 million users, is pleased to share that the company was selected as one of Built In Austin’s Top 50 Startups to Watch. An easy-to-use browser extension, Wikibuy helps users make better buying decisions by automatically performing comparison research, testing coupon codes and notifying shoppers of price drops, allowing you to shop smarter with the power of the crowd behind you. Wikibuy also announced 11 new partners joining more than 500 partners that benefit from Wikibuy driving new customers and incremental orders. These accomplishments jumpstart a strong 2018, following a successful 2017 holiday season in which Wikibuy shoppers found more than 7 million better prices on searched items and saved more than 70 million dollars.

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“Wikibuy is thrilled to be recognized in Built In Austin’s Annual Top 50 Startups to Watch,” said Wikibuy CEO Jonathan Coon. “As our company continues to grow with the ongoing additions of partnerships and users, Wikibuy is becoming smarter to provide consumers with the best deals the market has to offer and achieving its mission to help people make better buying decisions.”

Wikibuy is built with love in Austin, Texas. Kindly referred to as the Waze for shopping, it allows shoppers to shop normally with the power of the crowd behind you. For more information on Wikibuy’s mission and offering, please visit

Wikibuy is an online shopping assistant powered by the crowd. The Google Chrome extension automatically performs price comparison research, tests coupon codes and notifies you of price drops to ensure users get the best price every time you shop. Wikibuy searches across more than 500 online retailers with the option to purchase directly through the site with a money back guarantee using secure payment partners, such as PayPal, and rewards shoppers with credit to shop at their favorite stores. Learn more at

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