An internet analyst just launched a site dedicated to online price matching.
It's called lightningsales.com and it scans the internet for the same product at different prices so that consumers can compare everything in one place instead of searching for the lowest price.
But it's for electronics and we're more interested in shoes than car stereos.
So, we're getting you started with a few comparisons to highlight which sites are making the biggest online price cuts. (Because we've noticed online prices are generally higher than in-store prices anyway.)
So far, Barneys seems to be the best bet and we'd say stay far away from Net-a-Porter until they realize it's silly to sell Phillip Lim Spring 07 for hundreds of dollars.
We could play this game all day, but we're pretty sure they're shooting Gossip Girl on our street and snow will not stand in the way of seeing Chuck.