Nethaggler Recently Launched an Innovative Shopping Service to Help Online Shoppers Save Money

San Jose, CA (PressExposure) September 04, 2009 -- NetHaggler recently launched a bookmarklet and a companion website to bring price watch, price negotiation and group buying to the retail shopping arena. Powered by an intuitive and user-friendly technology and innovative concepts, NetHaggler is an innovative shopping service, which helps consumers pay less than the list price.

After installing a simple and secure bookmarklet (Hagglet), users will be able to click on the link on the browser link bar and draw a box around the item of interest, which captures the product and price information for merchants within the universe of supported stores.

For affiliate stores, Hagglet allows shoppers to:

* Tag an item with a specific price and monitor for price reductions * Nag with NetHaggler for an immediate discount on the list price * Haggle as a group for volume pricing and bulk deals * Clip the in-context, on-demand coupons

"NetHaggler's mission is to help consumers save money while shopping more, and at the same time mobilize increased revenue for merchants. Our approach is to combine innovative and intuitive tools along with a vibrant community of consumers who want to partake in steals, deals, and bargains," said Satya Iluri, the founder of NetHaggler.

NetHaggler offers a compelling value proposition to both consumers and merchants, making it a win-win for everyone.

NetHaggler provides the Hagglet and the web site free of charge to users. The merchants can directly process any purchases/returns and billing directly making it easy for consumers to interact with their favorite stores while saving money.

NetHaggler is available at

About NetHaggler An innovative online shopping service, which helps consumers pay less than the list price. Just add ‘HAGGLET’ to your toolbar and then negotiate for best shopping deals. Incredible discounts on the top brands and products at

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Press Release Submitted On: September 04, 2009 at 8:52 am
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