8 Amazon Price Trackers Reviewed – Which is Best?

By Christopher Grant

May 27, 2024

There's a lot of talk about Amazon price trackers, so in this guide I'm going to give you a small insight to 8 of them!

There's a lot more out there, but they are all so similar that it just doesn't make sense to try each and every one of them.

Before we start, it's important to know that there are a few different uses for price trackers.

  1. Price trackers for Amazon sellers (to find profitable products to sell on Amazon)
  2. Price trackers for bargain hunting online shoppers (deals of the day etc)
  3. Price trackers for cashback or rewards

All three of the above use types overlap of course, so they aren't three definitive categories of price trackers. It's just how I see it.

Let's take a look at 8 price trackers and explore what they are all about.

1. Keepa

Keepa Product Finder

I'm going to come straight out of the gates here and say that Keepa Product Finder is the absolute best you'll find in terms of Amazon price trackers, if you're an Amazon seller.

What it Does

To harness the full power of Keepa's price history data, you will need to learn how to read a Keepa chart. It's easy once you get the hang of it.

Keepa helps sellers find (and track) profitable products to sell on Amazon based on criteria such as price range, sales rank, review ratings, discount levels, buy box data, and more.

Keep is both a web-based software and a Google Chrome Extension.

If there is one price tracker you need to have in your arsenal, it's Keepa.

Keepa Pricing

Keep has a free, but limited, plan. The best option is to go for their 19 € ($21 USD approx) plan and use the full features.

2. CamelCamelCamel

CamelCamelCamel Extension

CamelCamelCamel was recently acquired byAmazon Software company Threecolts (owners of Tactical Arbitrage, amongst many others).

CamelCamelCamel is a free alternative to Keepa, but to be completely honest it's not as good. Nowhere near as good, in fact. But if you have literally zero budget, it's better than nothing.

What it Does

Camelcamelcamel helps users monitor the price history of items sold on Amazon, providing detailed charts and alerts for price drops. Users can set up notifications to be informed when a product's price falls to a specific level.

CamelCamelCamel is a web-based software and it also has a Google Chrome Extension called The Camelizer.

CamelCamelCamel is probably more commonly used amongst buyers on Amazon who want to land themselves a bargain, rather than sellers.

CamelCamelCamel Pricing

This software is free to use. They make their money via affiliate links and onsite ads on their website.

3. Honey

Honey Price Tracker

Honey is a popular coupon and discount app, but it also has some price tracking capabilities. This one might be more suited to consumers rather than sellers, but it still has some great uses for sellers.

What it Does

Honey helps users claim discounts when shopping online, all through a simple extension. This feature is fantastic for Amazon online arbitrage sellers that are sourcing products online. The cheaper you can get your inventory, the more profit.

You can also use Honey's tracking feature called Droplist to alert you of price drops for products you are looking to purchase. While it's not ideal for large scale tracking, it is handy for newer users on a budget.

Honey Pricing

Honey is free to use

5. Earny


Earny is a handy little browser extension that helps you track prices, earn rewards, and get cash back on your purchases.

What it Does

Earny is a great cashback and rewards for online shoppers, in addition to being a nice little price tracker for Amazon.

To track prices with Earny, you can simply add products to your Watchlist as you are browsing online.

Aside from having the ability to track prices, Earny actually scans your inbox for purchase receipts and will let you know if there has been a post-purchase price drop. This is a very cool feature.

Earny Pricing

You can use Earny for free, but to get use of the full benefits then you need to pay $4.99 per month.

6. PriceSpy


PriceSpy is a UK based daily deals and price tracking software for a whole range of online marketplaces, including Amazon.

What it Does

PriceSpy makes it quite easy to track price history and look at historical pricing of products right on their website. As mentioned, it also looks at other marketplaces and online retailers besides Amazon. This comes in handy if you are sourcing products to sell on Amazon.

Bear in mind that PriceSpy is UK based, so there are no US base retailers for you to choose from.

PriceSpy also has a mobile app so you can check prices on the go.

PriceSpy Pricing

PriceSpy is a completely free tool

7. Pricebefore


Pricebefore is very similar to many other sites I've reviewed here, but I need to be honest and say it is pretty horrible. It purports to show prices from Amazon, Flipkart, and Snapdeal, of which the latter two are Indian ecommerce sites.

My experience was simply full page ads continually popping up and when I could finally get rid of the annoying ads, all of the prices were shown in Indian Rupiah for Flipkart only. No price history for Amazon was shown.

So if I were you, unless you want to source products and track prices on Flipkart, give Pricebefore a miss.

Pricebefore Pricing

Pricebefore is free to use, but you probably couldn't pay me to use it!

8. Glassit


Glassit claims to be another free Amazon price tracker, but I had issues using it.

What it Does

If you try Glassit yourself, you might run into the same issues that I am. Firstly, it's only free to check price history, not to actual track and get alerts for price changes. And that is totally fine, they're a business after all.

But what I had issues with was the free price history checker. It just didn't work. Now I don't know if there was a system clash with one of my Chrome extensions or what, but I could not get it to show me the price history charts for a product URL I was entering.

If it did work, then it appears to be much like all of the other price trackers in this guide. Simple, straight forward, nothing fancy.

Glassit Pricing

You can see price history for free, but if you want to track products and get access to other features then you are looking at paying anything from $1.90 per month up to $90 per month to track 500 items.

Which Price Tracker is Best?

You may have noticed that a lot of the software I have reviewed in this guide are more geared towards cashback and rewards, or they are very simple price trackers that may not even give price drop alerts, they simply show you price history charts for individual products.

And the sad truth about a lot of them is that they don't even work that well. They are either completely riddled with ads or they are buggy. Or, they're just super basic. Which is fine for a free or low cost tool.

This is why I still hold my hand on my heart and say that Keepa Product Finder is the absolute best price tracking tool you will find. For the measly 20 bucks per month, you can't go wrong. In fact I'd pay a lot more than that for it, but don't tell them I said it. We like the price just how it is.

Let's quickly recap on the best price trackers for different uses.

Best Price Tracker for Amazon Sellers

This one goes without saying. Keepa. Hands down. Read my full Keepa review for more information.

Best Price Tracker for Bargain Hunters

If you're a prolific Amazon buyer and want to get yourself some bargains, I personally like CamelCamelCamel. It does a decent job and you can find some nice deals on the daily if you're shopping obsessed. Just to be clear though, I don't love this software as a seller, but you can learn more about that in my CamelCamelCamel review.

Best Price Tracker for Cashback and Rewards

This is a tough one. I personally use many cashback and reward sites, and I like to use my own creation for this... RevROI. Yep, shameless plug. But this gives you the best of both worlds by scanning lots of different cashback and reward sites to get you the best deal. Check out my RevROI review.


There's not much more to say about Amazon price trackers. There's a lot out there. Some do a great job, many do a terrible job.

Take some time to review all the options I have presented in this article and choose for yourself. But do me one favor. Pick Keepa if you are a seller and you want to find profitable products to source and sell on Amazon. You won't regret it.

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