As a parent, I think it’s my responsibility to save money where I can (kids are expensive!), but only on things I really want. That’s why we love finding great coupon apps and money-saving tech tools that make things easier. Besides, I never remember to bring coupons to the store with me, and no one needs 20 deodorants anyway.

But a steal on an Anthropologie skirt or a deal on Jimmy Choo shoes? Now that can come in handy with this awesome site.

Think of as a super chic lookbook updated in real time that lets you sort apparel, accessories, home goods and more, from 50+ stores–all by how much they’ve recently dropped in price.

The stores include places you actually want to shop, from high-end retailers like Anthropologie, Shopbop and Yoox, to more affordable ones like Zappos, ModCloth and Gap. Even Cool Mom Picks kids clothing mainstay Hannah Andersson, which is nice.

Instead of combing each store’s online inventory individually, you can check sale items all in one place. Just filter by “newest first,” brand name or product category (or all of those things) to make sure you pull up exactly what you want.

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Prices are tracked, checked and updated more than 10 times a day, should you be click-happy with deals!

The best deals automatically populate at the top, but in clicking around the site, I found that the freshest deals (like a coveted necklace from Nordstrom that’s 75% off right now) are always under the “in the last two days” filter. Anything older than that may be sold out, or have limited availability in terms of color and size. Free trick from me to you.

However, if you want to see what kinds of deals you missed, browse around the “in the last 30 days” filter. It’s also a good way to get a feel for what kinds of savings are featured on the site overall.

As for that necklace? Social media buttons make it easy to drop hints or just flaunt your finds. After you’ve already snapped them up for yourself. Of course. -Pilar

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[h/t designmom]