CNET Shopping shows higher prices than the page I'm viewing

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    Chris Nairne

    Not true. Frequently IH sends me to a page where the price is lower but does not include delivery. Add delivery and the item is more expensive that the original item page.

    Also, a 16gb internal memory tablet will be cheaper than the 32gb version of the same tablet. Every time I have viewed the 32gb tablet I want IH tells me its found the same item cheaper on another site but its the 16gb tablet not the one I want.

    I am tempted to uninstall IH but occasionally it does help.

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    I recently clicked on the link provided by IH but the price IH listed did not match the price listed on that company's site. While I disappointed  I wasn't going to save all of $7.12, I simply filled out the form provided by IH.  

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