Rated 4.6 out of 5
4.6 Stars out of 5
- by Kroit Barabek, a month agoRated 1 out of 5Useless, but very intrusive. This extension makes its presence unmistakably known by turning every store page into a minefield of pop-up tabs that spring up and cover the screen as you are browsing. Some of the tabs stay on screen until you find a way to close them, which isn't always obvious. When the time comes to buy, however - not once was it able to save me a single cent!
- by kem3535, a month agoRated 3 out of 5Generally works well, but in my most recent purchase it tried to match me with an in-house code (HONEY15) which would give me $4 off, when an earlier code it tried would give me $8 off. I ran the matching again and copied the bigger discount code myself and applied it, but it seemed odd it chose the Honey code to apply over the actual best code.
- by Mia, a month agoRated 4 out of 5Has saved me money on a number of purchases, however does not appear to have much coverage of Australian retailers - most savings happen from large, international websites.
- by Firefox user 15231032, a month agoRated 1 out of 5Uninstalled the add-on, am now getting spammed by them asking me to come back and re-install honey. I have unsubscribed from their e-mail list multiple times and yet the next day there's a new e-mail asking me to come back.
- by FireFoxNewbie, a month agoRated 1 out of 5After downloading this I found it very difficult to learn how it functions. I couldn't find the "button" described by honey to discover what savings it might provide. I used an Epson ET-7750 printer as an example, and all the savings were of the "refurbished" type. I didn't consider this any savings, but rather having to deal with problems that might come with a "refurbished" product.