- by Firefox user 16853311, 2 months agoRated 2 out of 5I got Honey because all my favorite youtubers are shilling it. I have given honey 5 chances to save me money. It either didn't work, or gave me a coupon code that didn't save me as much as a coupon I easily found on my own. You'd think with millions of other users sharing codes it wouldn't be so easy for me to find a better code... well... Honey is a business.
I can't wait for someone to do an investigation into Honey and blow the lid on how they are making money by SHARING your data with third parties, and having partnership with these sites to make sure you use a coupon that is less beneficial to you so they can make even more money.
Nothing is free in this world, and inb4 some community manager copy pastes some generic response about how great Honey is. Go to https://www.joinhoney.com/privacy and read how they share your data, lol. They don't call it selling, they call it sharing with businesses they cooperate with. Nice loophole!
If you care about privacy and saving money, Honey isn't for you. If you don't care, honey will probably save you a dollar here or there. 2 stars and uninstalled.
- by TrisBis, 2 months agoRated 5 out of 5Has actually gotten me quite a few discounts since I downloaded it. Even when I haven't gotten discounts it has coupons to try for every place I've shopped so far. Is unobtrusive and easy to work.
- by Sven, 2 months agoRated 2 out of 5It has saved me a little here and there. It's better than nothing, but their point system (honey gold) needs a rework. It literally took 2 years for some point gains to be confirmed. I'm not really sure it's worth it since they're definitely tracking your internet habits and selling the data. but hey, what service isn't these days?
- by Dave, 2 months agoRated 1 out of 5website states "Click on the Honey button during checkout and Honey will automatically apply the best coupon codes to your shopping cart at over 10,000 stores" however i rarely every get a coupon code or a coupon code that even works. defeats the purpose of trying to buy online products cheaper if you dont get a code towards an item or a code doesnt even work