comparison shopper

comparison shopper
noun see comparison shop

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • comparison shopper —  Researcher used to investigate marketing practices of competitors.  See also secret shopper …   American business jargon

  • comparison shopper — noun A person who comparison shops …   Wiktionary

  • comparison shopper — an employee of a retail store hired to visit competing stores in order to gather information regarding styles, quality, prices, etc., of merchandise offered by competitors. * * * …   Universalium

  • comparison shopper — noun : a store employee who gathers information through actual visits and purchases about the quality, style, and price of merchandise in competitors stores and about stock assortments, sales service, and customer response to special promotions …   Useful english dictionary

  • comparison-shop — verb To compare prices of something in advance before shopping for the best bargain. See Also: comparison shop, comparison shopper …   Wiktionary

  • comparison shopping — noun The act of comparing prices of something in advance before shopping for the best bargain See Also: comparison shop, comparison shopper …   Wiktionary

  • shopper — /shop euhr/, n. 1. a person who shops. 2. See comparison shopper. 3. a retail buyer for another person or a business concern. 4. a locally distributed newspaper of retail advertisements. [1860 65; SHOP + ER1] * * * …   Universalium

  • comparison shop — intransitive verb Date: 1970 to compare prices (as of competing brands) in order to find the best value • comparison shopper noun …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Comparison shopping agent — Comparison shopping agents, also called shopbots [1], [2], are web based intelligent software applications that can help online shoppers find lower price for commodities or services. Price comparison services were the earliest services provided… …   Wikipedia

  • shopper — n. a Christmas; comparison; window shopper * * * [ ʃɒpə] comparison window shopper a Christmas …   Combinatory dictionary

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