Today, we are proud to share that Paribus is joining forces with Capital One.
Within 16 months since our launch, more than 700,000 people have joined Paribus to get money back when prices drop. Now Paribus is taking the next step on its journey. Continue reading Paribus is joining forces with Capital One
Introducing a stunning new interface optimized for iOS 9, including 3D Touch, Apple Pay, native sharing, and more. Available for download now on the App Store. If the world’s most powerful companies have algorithms and bots to set what you pay online, it’s only fair that consumers have the finest on their side too. Paribus is … Continue reading Introducing Paribus 2.0 for iOS
In a previous article, the Paribus data team investigated how holiday shopping differs between rich and poor shoppers. We’ve also told real-life stories of poorer shoppers being discriminated against. And after analyzing almost one million purchases made in the last three weeks, the data is clear: poorer shoppers are at least twice as likely to overpay on their holiday purchases. In other words, poorer shoppers … Continue reading Getting Scrooged: Poor People Pay More During Christmas
In April 2011, a biologist at UC Berkeley noticed that a classic book listed on Amazon.com, The Making on the Fly by Peter A. Lawrence, was priced at $23,698,655.93, plus $3.99 shipping and handling… Usually, this book sells for around $100. Continue reading How did the price of a book crash by $23 million overnight?
Last month, The Economist published a column 1 which alleged that store “guarantees to match competitors’ prices” actually hurt consumers. Paribus.co begs to differ. See our response. Continue reading A Startup Responds to The Economist