I stumbled onto this purse at eBags.comÂ that I like while I was looking for something else. I don’t really need this bag. But it is awfully sweet. I sure would like to have it. And if it wasn’t so expensive, I might buy it. Since eBags.comÂ is a Web merchant, though, I can’t exactly haggle with the shop girl. (Not that I do that.) But I’m in no hurry to own it. I can wait for it to go on sale. The problem with that strategy is that I’ll forget to check if it went on sale. And then six months from now, I’ll realize my current purse is falling apart and I do need it. And, of course, by then it will be gone.
This site keeps track of information, goods, prices, and all sorts of stuff for you on the Internet. It’s a bit like a Google Alert but it can get very specific â€“ right down to the price of a particular item at any of the merchants that work with Trackle. For example, instead of paying full price for this bag, I asked Trackle to tell me when the price of the bag drops to something I want to pay. Trackle will keep an eye on it and send me an email when the price tag comes within striking distance.