While Honey did save me some money, it could often lead to price increases during checkout and then you had to redo the cart to get back to the original prices. This is most pronounced with Swanson Health online store. I also had problems with the extension spuriously triggering at non-retail survey sites. It leads to extra attention to dismiss those unwanted pop ups. When I contacted Honey support, they were quick in response and worked diligently to absolve themselves of responsibility. These guys are parsimonious and not your advocate and seeing how they've been in business for over 5 years, not very capable.
I used Honey as a browser extension for quite a while, most notably on Amazon. Shopping over a great variety of items, I found that the savings that Honey finds for all of the items is either the same savings as Amazon, Walmart, Target etc, and when it does find a difference, it doesn't seem to be more than 25 to 50 cents cheaper. I believe that Honey takes up some unnecessary computer/tablet/phone system resources, which can slow your device down. Not worth it to me.
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