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Is there a plugin or script to sort Amazon wishlist by lowest Prime-eligible price?
October 5, 2011 3:05 PM   Subscribe

Is there a plugin or script to sort Amazon wishlist by lowest Prime-eligible price?

Amazon lets you sort wishlists by "price" but it only sorts by the new, Amazon price. When Amazon doesn't stock the item new, it just considers the item to be $0.00 and, when sorting, it only sorts by the Amazon new price, even when there is a Prime-eligible used copy, shipped by Amazon itself, for less.

So, I'd like to sort my wishlist, which has hundreds of entries, in such a way:

* If there are no Prime-eligible copies, don't even show me the book on the list.

* Sort the books by the lowest Prime-eligible price, utterly ignoring all other prices

This one is a long shot but this topic is remarkably hard to Google for some reason.
posted by yesno to Computers & Internet (6 answers total) 5 users marked this as a favorite
 
There's am awesome MeFi Project, Amazon Deals, that does most of what you ask for. It can sort a wishlist by total cost including shipping. Give it a try!
posted by zsazsa at 3:23 PM on October 5, 2011 [1 favorite]


Before performing your search, click on the Prime Eligible check box in the left column. After performing your search, click on the drop down on the right-hand side of the page that says "Choose Department to Enable Sorting." Sort. Profit.
posted by mudpuppie at 3:34 PM on October 5, 2011


mudpupple, thanks--that's a good way to find Prime-eligible results, but it doesn't seem to apply to sorting your wishlist. Basically I've been adding books to my wishlist for many years and am looking for a way to sort that.

zsazsa, I will check this out. Thanks.
posted by yesno at 5:21 PM on October 5, 2011


camelcamelcamel.com maybe what you want.
posted by mumblingmynah at 5:28 PM on October 5, 2011


I've used this: http://slickdeals.net/slickfillers/
posted by lankford at 5:44 PM on October 5, 2011


Great tools one and all, but I haven't found a way to filter down to third-party Prime-eligible, fulfilled by Amazon results.
posted by yesno at 6:29 PM on October 5, 2011


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