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Jellyfish is my #1 pick for this reason -- it is a comparison shopping site and a cash back shopping site rolled into one. Not only can you see what multiple stores are charging for the same digital camera, you'll also get cash back on your purchase. Jellyfish sends you a check as soon as your cash back earnings reach above $10.

This is the best place to go for researching and comparing prices on computers & electronics, including cell phones, digital cameras, TVs & MP3 players. They have, by far, the most extensive and thorough product reviews written by both customers as well as CNET'S tech-savvy editorial staff.

Unlike other price comparison sites, which organize their listings based on which merchants pay them the most, PriceRunner always lists the lowest price first. They also list prices from both online and offline retailers. Voted "Best All Around" shopping comparison site by PC World in 2005.

BizRate / Shopzilla
BizRate (now called Shopzilla) features an excellent "at-a-glance" chart which allows you to quickly compare each merchant's customer service ratings.

Like NexTag, PriceGrabber will notify you if the price on a product you are interested in has dropped. The site also allows you to sell your own unwanted stuff by adding your own product listings to its corresponding product pages.

Shopping.com is owned by eBay, and it also powers the price comparison results found at Epinions.com, DealTime, PriceTool.com and eBay Shopping.

One of the nice features of NexTag is its "price history" charts which track a product's cost over time. This way you can tell if you're buying an item at its peak price or if you're getting a deal. You can also elect to receive Price Alert emails which will let you know if an item you are interested in has dropped in price.

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Froogle - Google's comparison shopping site
MSN Shopping
Yahoo! Shopping