You can save products in a wish list in order to find the lowest priced suppliers of all the products in a wish list, compare products and share the wish list with others
Place a product in a wish list
On the right side of each product page you will find „Add to wish list“. Subsequently you can choose the wish list you want to place the product in.
Create a wish list
Account wish lists: this type of wish list is linked to your user account and can therefore be displayed, edited and shared on each of your devices.
Further advantages of having an account:
Local wish lists: this type of wish list is saved locally (in a cookie) on your device and the browser in use. Not all functions are available for this type of wish lists (e.g. calculating the price difference).
- submitting reviews for products and merchants
- setting up price alerts
- saving your searches
Share the wish list
Account wish lists can easily be shared with others. Sharing is only possible if the wish list has been made
publicly visible beforehand.
Edit the wish list
Here you can change the name and the type (account or local) of the wish list, as well as make it public.
Delete the wish list
Your wish list including all products saved to it will be (irrecoverably) deleted. The wish list set as the default one cannot be deleted.
Copy wish list
The selected wish list will be copied with all the products it contains.
The price difference since your last change will be displayed here. Price differences will only be shown for account wish lists. Calculation is not possible if there are no offers for any of the products in the wish list.
You can change the order of wish lists using drag & drop.
The number reflects the amount of different products stored in a wish list. It doesn't matter whether the product quantity is 0 or 100, it will be counted as one.
Create a price alert
Price alerts can be created for both single products and wish lists. The functionality is however reserved for account wish lists.
indicates that there are no price alerts for the particular wish list or product.
indicates that there is an active price alert for the product or the wish list.
indicates that there is a price alert for the product or the wish list, although inactive.
The trend indicates how the total price changed since the wish list has last been modified. A trend can only be shown if all products in the wish list have offers available. Unsorted products have no price history data and are not shown in the overview.
This is where the complete price history of the wish list is shown. Grey areas represent time frames with no offers for one or more products.