I loathe paying full price for things, and I’m sure most of you feel the same way. Therefore, over the past few years I’ve developed a methodology that can typically save me anywhere from 30% to 80% on products that most people buy at brick-and-mortar stores. For example, two years ago, a Microsoft Xbox 360 Pro retailed for $400 at retails stores (Best Buy, Walmart, etc.). However, with only an hour of research, I was able to buy an Xbox 360 Pro system bundle, an extra controller and two games (PGR 4 and Blue Dragon), for $340. So, to summarize: I paid $60 less than the retail price of the Xbox 360 Pro plus I received an extra wireless controller and two games! Additionally, in the last month I’ve saved $210—75%—on a new tennis racquet, 65% on a new Original Penguin button front coat, and $100—75%—on supplements from GNC (including 128 caplets of Gakic Hardcore, an $80 product, for free). So, here’s how I do it.