Why Pay More – An initiative to help you Buy the Best at Minimum Price

How often does it happen that you think you have bagged the best bargain on the product you buy, only to realize that there is an even better price available??

The “Why Pay More” campaign started by e-commerce industry’s new buzz, http://www.minrp.com/ aims to precisely help you avoid that awkward situation.

Started by a group of young professionals, the website aims to make a difference through this initiative and help India buy not at the traditional Maximum Retail Price but at the Minimum Price available.



Buy Best, Pay Minimum


The campaign is a simple concept that works as below:

Whenever you have to buy any product or for that matter check the price of the product, go to http://www.minrp.com/ and search for your product by typing the name, brand or price range in the search box. MinRP.com then populates a list of websites where the product is available starting with the Minimum Price available throughout the web.

If you are satisfied with the price, go ahead and buy. If not, you also have the option of setting a price alert for your desired product. You can mail to becausewecare@minrp.com with your product name and expected price. The team will look into various other options and revert back to you as and when the price hits your expected price.

MinRP.com gets you the Minimum Price across multiple websites including Flipkart, Snapdeal, HomeShop18 and Infibeam among others.


To get started, hit: http://www.minrp.com/

To know more about the initiative and save on your purchases, visit: https://www.facebook.com/MinrpDotCom


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3 Responses to “Why Pay More – An initiative to help you Buy the Best at Minimum Price”

  1. Derek

    Aug 07. 2012

    I guess it depends on what you’re buying, but sometimes the time it takes to compare prices looking for the best deal isn’t worth it. Maybe I’m just not much of a shopper and just like to find what I’m looking for and be done with it. Usually the price difference between sites isn’t enough to get me excited anyway. I’ve found Amazon is almost always competitive for just about everything.

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  2. Nick

    Aug 19. 2012

    I think this is an great initiative. Keep going. Good work. :)

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  3. neha

    Sep 26. 2012

    Really NIce post…This is very Initiative. Its totally depend on you that what are you buying. Maybe I’m just not much of a shopper and just like to find what I’m looking for it. it takes the time to best dealing..Well thanks for sharing it..

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