Type, Click, Done. Internet shopping is one of the most convenient developments of the century; however, it's not always the best way to shop. A positive effect, such as comparing items at different stores online is incredibly simple and proficient. It is also a plus to be able to shop at any given time. The downside on the other hand, is that the quality might not be what you had expected, which gives you the hassle of returning your unsatisfying product through the post office.
For all the bargain shoppers out there, e-commerce web sites such as the renowned amazon.com are a great tool. The ability to use the click of the mouse, instead of your foot on the gas to compare similar items at different stores is a great time saver. Even if you find the same item with no price difference, you could still save by checking the shipping costs.
There are also many discount codes you can find on the internet to get a decent percent off your purchases. Instead of the conventional coupons that need to be cut out with a pair of scissors, online codes are simply copied and pasted into the discount box, with your price difference shown immediately. Many people have gone through the hassle of incorrect ring-ups while checking out their order because of coupons. Even if you're not the one with the coupon dilemma, you could be behind someone who is. When shopping online, there are no lines, price checks, or incompetent cashiers.
Another great thing with online shopping is that it doesn't matter if it's 3am - while in your pj's; or if you're in the tub with a laptop beside you. You won't have to be bothered with stores closing early on Sundays, or not being able to shop...