What all have you bought online in the past few months?

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  1. Ryan Hupfer profile image60
    Ryan Hupferposted 14 years ago


    I had a crazy idea pop into my head and it made me a little curious about what all of us Hubbers have bought online in the past few months or so. I guess that I'm wanting to find what our community's buying habits are like and how much stuff we actually buy online.

    So, if you have bought something online over the past few months (that you're willing to tell us about), post it up in this forum so that I can get a good idea of what kinds of things we're buying on a regular basic via e-commerce.

    Also, if you bought something, please tell me were you bought it, too. I'm curious about that as well.

    As far as I go, I haven't bought much stuff online the past few months except a few concert tickets and maybe a book or two. Tickets were from Ticketmaster and books were from Amazon.

    How about you? Let me have it! smile

    1. LondonGirl profile image81
      LondonGirlposted 14 years agoin reply to this

      In the last few months, I've bought:

      1. books
      2. CDs
      3. concert tickets
      4. fabric
      5. scissors
      6. shampoo, conditioner, soap, moisturiser, hand cream, aspirin, bath stuff, shower gel, hairbands
      7. a computer
      8. stationary stuff, pens, etc
      9. airline tickets
      10. hotel reservation
      11. hire car
      12. 2 x Victorian watercolours
      13. Victorian map of London
      14. pants, tights, socks
      15. printer ink
      16. a computer
      17. children's clothes and toys
      18. groceries and household stuff

      and a lot more things I've probably forgotton.

      My main online shopping sites are:


      1. profile image0
        Leta Sposted 14 years agoin reply to this

        Wow, LG!  Don't they have regular stores in London?  wink  I thought you weren't a shopper?  Maybe you're just not a CLOTHES or shoe shopper.  But you are a shopper.  lol.  Welcome to the club...!

    2. MissJamieD profile image59
      MissJamieDposted 14 years agoin reply to this

      I'm a tad introverted, so I tend to buy most things online. I use Shopgoodwill.com for most artsy stuff. It's fabulous for all things (except clothing is a rip-off). I also shop through e-bay, Wal-Mart online. I'm hoping to try Amazon soon but Wal-Mart usually tends to have much cheaper shipping, I paid $6 for a brand new spring jacket for my one-year old, the shipping was $0.97, can you believe that? I'm a bargain hunter and I love to share the stuff I buy and prices....should I write a hub about that? I think I just may. Thanks for the idea Ryan:)

  2. Bob Cedar profile image58
    Bob Cedarposted 14 years ago

    I celebrated paying my taxes by buying Hellraiser and Hellraiser 2 on DVD and Genius/GZA "Liquid Swords" on CD from Amazon.com this past Weds. Hellraiser came in today. smile

    1. GeneriqueMedia profile image62
      GeneriqueMediaposted 14 years agoin reply to this

      Oh. My. God. Hellraiser rawks mah sox. Pinhead needs to return!

      I've not bought anything online for awhile...I've closed my bank accounts and I do have a pre-paid credit card but I've not much fun money.


    2. Bob Cedar profile image58
      Bob Cedarposted 14 years agoin reply to this

      I also forgot that I renewed my vehicle registration online if that counts.

  3. Bob Cedar profile image58
    Bob Cedarposted 14 years ago

    There's supposed to be remake in the works.

  4. Rochelle Frank profile image92
    Rochelle Frankposted 14 years ago

    I live in a land of the shopping deprived.
    The closest department store to me has recently been sold to a liquidator. So I am about an hour away from the closest so-called mall.
    I buy a lot of things online, especially gifts, games, toys and books for children.
    I've also bought chocolate, vitamins, ink cartridges for printers, special batteries, some clothing, a water-filter pitcher, yogurt maker, yogurt culture, curtain rods, curtains, blankets, duvets, silverware, some groceries and cosmetics.
    I order most things through Amazon.
    In the past I have bought computers, printers, a monitor

    1. GeneriqueMedia profile image62
      GeneriqueMediaposted 14 years agoin reply to this

      Well, don't fret...I'm sure in the next five years you'll see the economy gradually almost get back to normal. And five years after that, they just might build a new mall around you. smile


      1. Rochelle Frank profile image92
        Rochelle Frankposted 14 years agoin reply to this

        I hope not-- I moved to the woods to get away from malls and traffic. And there's not enough flat land around here to build a mall.

        Actually I'm very happy to be able to find the things I need on line.

        Being in the country AND being able to shop online is the best for me.

        1. GeneriqueMedia profile image62
          GeneriqueMediaposted 14 years agoin reply to this

          Cheers to that, then. wink

          What kind of internet service do you have? Just wondering. I remember years ago cable was barely around, DSL hadn't really even began to catch on, and Satellite (as it still stands today, too) was slow and useless in the grand scheme.

          1. Rochelle Frank profile image92
            Rochelle Frankposted 14 years agoin reply to this

            Got DSL about three years ago-- dial-up before that. Used to be I could floss my teeth and give myself a manicure while waiting for things to load.

            1. GeneriqueMedia profile image62
              GeneriqueMediaposted 14 years agoin reply to this

              Haha, I remember using modems by baud rate. Click, click, click, click...not that it mattered when I was like nine or anything, though, I think it helped me gain patience. wink

              In Ohio our phone lines were so bad I routinely connected at 14.4 even if I had a 56k. It was great. Three hours for a track off Napster. I learned to hone my tastes. wink


    2. profile image51
      winsletposted 13 years agoin reply to this

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      Thanks for this great sharing.

      1. Rochelle Frank profile image92
        Rochelle Frankposted 13 years agoin reply to this

        Thanks- I'm glad you like it that much and it is good for you... but I didn't say anything about water systems. Everything seems fine, so far.

  5. relache profile image72
    relacheposted 14 years ago

    My first shopping preferences are to buy local.  I always try to get what I'm looking for in my neighborhood and then my city before I go online.  But a significant savings will have me shoppping elsewhere.

    Airline tickets - I traveled in December (Hawaii) and February (Vegas and Costa Rica), and I've got trips coming up in May (Vegas) and June (Chicago and OH).  I tend to buy straight from the host airline itself (Alaska, Frontier, United) as they often have the best prices, except for this one amazing deal I found on Orbitz ($100 savings there).

    I've got a handful of eBay purchases:  can't-get-anywhere-else costuming supplies, a rare book and a shoe deal that made my local store just look ridiculous (saved $60).

    I buy all my incense from the woman who makes it by hand, and I adore that she puts in samples and freebies - www.mermadearts.com

  6. AEvans profile image74
    AEvansposted 14 years ago

    Ryan, You asked the question what have we purchased? I am a Victoria's Secret fanatic, I have purchased clothing from ColdWater Creek, Ann Taylor and bought all kinds of goodies from Wal-Mart , BDalton Booksellers, shopping from home is nice at it alleviates the stress in malls and you seem to get many more discounts. smile

    1. GeneriqueMedia profile image62
      GeneriqueMediaposted 14 years agoin reply to this

      Okay, don't crucify me...AE, can I do a photo shoot of you sometime? wink

      I promise I'll even bring my boyfriend.



      1. AEvans profile image74
        AEvansposted 14 years agoin reply to this

        mmmmmm... That could be fun I haven't ever actually did one of those before, oh I take that back I did do one for a salon it was a hair show and I was so shy and stressed, and of course this pic that my ding-a-ling girlfriends talked me into doing with them. Believe it or not it seemed like an eternity because I am honestly shy with the camera, they kept telling me to breathe and relax. lololo but you never know I may take you up on that offer. smile

  7. Bob Cedar profile image58
    Bob Cedarposted 14 years ago

    LOL I forgot one more thing, the other day I order some chicken wings from Pizza Hut online.

    1. Ryan Hupfer profile image60
      Ryan Hupferposted 14 years agoin reply to this

      mmm...tasty. smile


  8. jimmythejock profile image84
    jimmythejockposted 14 years ago

    I haven't bought anything online for quite some time but I am in the early stages of setting up an online and offline business doing something that I should have done years ago, I hope you will all consider buying from me lol.....jimmy

  9. sunforged profile image71
    sunforgedposted 14 years ago

    i buy everything online...its all about the promo codes!

    this month ive purchased rare ac adapters for gadgets, printer ink, condoms, a few books for gifts (used bookstores work better for my tastes)train tickets and home brewing kits...oh yeah and champagne yeast

  10. kerryg profile image82
    kerrygposted 14 years ago

    Airline tickets for other people (I should start charging, really) and some books for myself and my kids from Better World Books, and I think that's it.

    I've never done much shopping online, honestly. I like to see what I'm buying.

  11. darkside profile image71
    darksideposted 14 years ago

    I buy my stuff from amazon.com or bn.com

    I prefer to use Amazon, because Barnes & Noble seem to send their stuff via a slow boat from China. Amazon, in comparison, deliver very fast to Australia.

    I find that I can buy a book, lets say a new release fiction novel, and it'll get delivered to my door cheaper than what it would cost me to buy the same thing in a book store. And that's includes shipping. And I'm not even counting the travel expenses of the 200km round trip it takes me to get to an Angus & Robertson or a Borders on the other side of the equation.

    US$7.99 + shipping (US$5.00?) as opposed to AU$25.00+ that they sell the same book for in Australia.

    Amazon give delivery estimates of between 4 and 6 weeks. And I usually get it quicker than 2 weeks. Barnes & Noble on the other hand... well I'm not sure how long they promise but 8+ weeks is too long a wait. And you've ordered something for the kids and they know it's coming it feels like an eternity. Especially when they ask every... single... day.

    The only reason I use bn.com is that they accept Paypal. Which is convenient for me because I get regular monthly payments into my Paypal account from a site similar to HubPages.

    And here's just a smattering of what I've got over the last few months:

    * Hidden Empire, Kevin J. Anderson
    * Rascal Flatts new album (for my wife)
    * On Writing, Stephen King
    * Starcraft: I, Mengsk (for my son)
    * Mad Men - Season One on DVD (for my wife)
    * How to Write: A Screenplay
    * How Not to Write a Screenplay

  12. indian cooking profile image62
    indian cookingposted 14 years ago

    My last Purchase Online was some jewelry. In fact i did not buy that for myself but send as gift to a friend.

  13. Trekkiemelissa profile image64
    Trekkiemelissaposted 14 years ago

    All my purchases the last few months have been from amazon.com

    I bought 2 books and an amazon kindle.

  14. SiddSingh profile image59
    SiddSinghposted 14 years ago

    Tickets, both airline and railways, and a web hosting plan.

  15. JamaGenee profile image79
    JamaGeneeposted 14 years ago

    Amazon sends me birthday and Christmas greetings.  Just kidding, but I *am* one of their most loyal customers.  Books and DVDs mostly, but unless I have to have it *right now* as I did a certain book the other day (which B&N didn't have in stock, btw, but Hastings did), I'll order it from Amazon.  Even their standard shipping is usually pretty speedy (4 days to a week). Their site is so easy to use - see something you want, put it the shopping cart, go to checkout and bingo! It's on its way to you! Knowing how easy it can and should be makes jumping through the hoops at other online stores a real pain!

    Oh yeah - the question was 'What have I bought online recently?'.  Books of course!

  16. imadork profile image72
    imadorkposted 14 years ago

    None of your business Ryan!  You're with the CIA aren't you!!!  Dammit, I knew it!  Leave me alone!  I bought the plutonium for my flux capacitor!

    1. Ryan Hupfer profile image60
      Ryan Hupferposted 14 years agoin reply to this

      Great Scott, Marty!!!


  17. Lissie profile image67
    Lissieposted 14 years ago

    Interesting question and answers In the past month or so:
    train ticket to pick up broken down car
    eBay SD card and carry case for my netbook

  18. mandybeau profile image59
    mandybeauposted 14 years ago

    I purchased a box of beautiful fabris pieces, described as mostly stretch usual for art type medium.
    I got a bunch of B.S. from a lady that clearly buys those big ripped up bacgs you get for rags. and she separateds them. I only paid $5.00 N.Z. but the postage was well over $10.00.
    for a bag of rags, I could have purchased here at the chain store for $2.00.
    Not impressesd.
    Cheeky Bit e mailed me and asked me to place good feedback......
    I didn't.

  19. Bard of Ely profile image80
    Bard of Elyposted 14 years ago

    CDs by Neil Young and Wreckless Eric and MMS (Miracle Mineral Supplement).

  20. Lisa HW profile image63
    Lisa HWposted 14 years ago

    Fitness DVD's, a couple of sets of hand weights, a kettle bell, cell phone accessories, books, checkbook covers (super cheap ones), a telephone....  generally, stuff that I want to really have a big selection on (rather than just what one or two stores offers); and stuff that's "low risk" as far as being what it looks like it is online.

  21. Zsuzsy Bee profile image84
    Zsuzsy Beeposted 14 years ago

    Let me see nothing this month yet looking for season 4,5,6 of 24, last month audio books, books on audio, and season three of 24, and audio books, in February quilting fabric, season 2 of 24 and you guessed it books on audio, in January a couple of books including Deception point in hard cover and audio, alpaca knitting wool and quilting fabric. Last year about 20 or so books in both hard cover and audio versions, a new engine for the riding lawn mower and the Biggy the 38'RV.
    I'm a bargoooooon hunter extraordinaire and proud of it, it all came from EBay and Amazon. I live in the country and the closest mall is a joke, with stores changing around in there like you should your underwear. I do my monthly trip to the big city where there is a Chapters (book store).
    So my motto is 'if I can't go to it I let it come to me...'

  22. Anamika S profile image70
    Anamika Sposted 14 years ago

    My last purchase online was an ebook.

  23. profile image0
    Leta Sposted 14 years ago

    Hmmm.  Airline ticket to L.A., 3 pairs Christie fit pants from Victoria's Secret, books on web design, books by John O'Donohue, book on drawing the figure, and a lap top.  Currently tracking down lapis lazuli earrings and a duvet cover...

  24. Anna Marie Bowman profile image76
    Anna Marie Bowmanposted 14 years ago

    The only thing I ever buy online is airline tickets, and replacement parts for my carpet shampooer.  Both of which I need to buy soon.

  25. Lady Guinevere profile image73
    Lady Guinevereposted 14 years ago

    I bought seed and plants from Burpee.com.  They have been the only company that ships reliable plants that will not die right after I plant them in the ground.  I also bought those flashlights that need no batteries or light bulbs from Fingerhut.com.

    I also got some used books from Amazon.com.

  26. Rochelle Frank profile image92
    Rochelle Frankposted 14 years ago

    Oh yeah, I bought vegetable garden seeds from Gurneys.

  27. DonnaCSmith profile image81
    DonnaCSmithposted 14 years ago

    I bought a pair of Crocs - from Crocs. I also order prints of my photographs online from mpix.com and matts, Clearbags, and other supplies online from various places.

  28. profile image47
    badcompany99posted 14 years ago

    The TRibe boxsets, ipod, calendars, jeeez loads.

  29. Research Analyst profile image75
    Research Analystposted 14 years ago

    Since  I like to read alot, I like to buy books online, I usually buy them from Amazon.

  30. SEM Pro profile image82
    SEM Proposted 14 years ago

    I pretty much buy everything online and agree with JamaGenee in how easy it is to go through Amazon for much. In the last month: books, CDs & crock through them; seeds/berries Heirloom, Burpee, Park & ediblelandscaping; herbal tonic "XSharp" from Immunotec; clothes mostly from Coldwater Creek but lately from Davids Bridal; bulk herbs, aromatherapy oils & mini olive oils (few suppliers); motorcycle parts (will check if you need)... UPS and FedEx joke if they miss us for a day.

  31. Christa Dovel profile image72
    Christa Dovelposted 14 years ago

    In the past few months I have bought my garden supplies from Gurneys and wool yarn from Bartlettyarns.com. 

    I was going to order some grade completion tests, from Alpha Omega Publications, to see how my kids were progressing in school, but found that the site had a free download on the ones I needed... it cost me as much in ink as they would have charged, but there was no shipping cost or wait.

  32. Ryan Hupfer profile image60
    Ryan Hupferposted 14 years ago

    p.s. we buy a lot of stuff online, don't we?


    Anyone else? Thanks for chiming in, everyone -- this is really interesting!

  33. Uninvited Writer profile image79
    Uninvited Writerposted 14 years ago

    I bought a CueCat scanner to scan books into my Library thing. I also "bought" a new website.

  34. Raven King profile image61
    Raven Kingposted 14 years ago

    KORG DS-10 for my new DSi. I really like this software. I had to buy it online because Gamestop stopped carrying it locally. This KORG software is soooooooo COOL because it turns your DSi into a mini synthesizer that you can hold in your hand.
    The software is intuitive you can form chords just by pressing D and A keys and it presses F  key to complete your chord! You get to work with patches, modulators, sequencing, and the Kaoss pad is included!
    I just love the Kaoss pad!!!!!!

  35. mohamedhmm profile image60
    mohamedhmmposted 14 years ago

    Government madness, and same sex madness

    1. Rochelle Frank profile image92
      Rochelle Frankposted 14 years agoin reply to this

      I didn't know you could get different kinds of madness online.

      1. profile image0
        Leta Sposted 14 years agoin reply to this

        I don't think he's a very selective shopper, Rochelle.  Probably would buy anything, smile.

      2. mohamedhmm profile image60
        mohamedhmmposted 14 years agoin reply to this

        The madness is a part of our daily life; so i got new shoes may be i could kick these madness away...

        1. profile image0
          Leta Sposted 14 years agoin reply to this

          Good job!  I know English is not your first language, smile  So, excellent use of metaphor.

      3. Raven King profile image61
        Raven Kingposted 14 years agoin reply to this

        Bravo! Patented humor delivered on a silver platter.
        Dude, the Korg DS-10 costed $28 and it was part II of my birthday present.
        This humor almost reminds me of a story I once heard. A little boy went to kinder garden and when he went there it seemed everyone had something to brag about. A little girl had a new bow and another boy had new black shoes. So the boy didn't have anything new. The boy then said," you may have new black shoes but I have beautiful black eyes."  Fact, the boy didn't have black eyes, they were brown but  he displayed spunk!
        P.S. That boy is now a grandad.

  36. LondonGirl profile image81
    LondonGirlposted 14 years ago

    The computer and watercolours were both for my mother. I dislike shopping, I didn't say I never buy anything...

  37. Whitney05 profile image83
    Whitney05posted 14 years ago

    Shopping online is much more fun than shopping at the store. My dad and I actually discussed this topic this weekend while I was buying shoes. We decided it's so much more fun to open the package and try it on instead of trying it on at the store. Even if you don't get the right size online, it's still more fun.

    In the past few month's I've bought WAY too much online.
    * Clothes- dress shirts and casual shirts mostly
    * Shoes
    * Crickets and super worms on multiple occasions
    * Leopard geckos
    * ASUS a626 (for my boyfriend for work since he broke his last 1)
    * Mary Kay face deep cleaner, toner, and facial cleaning wipes
    * Something from amazon, I forget what

  38. Cris A profile image59
    Cris Aposted 14 years ago

    DVD of the 2008 Wimbledon Final - Nadal v Federer cool

  39. Herald Daily profile image58
    Herald Dailyposted 14 years ago

    Nothing....ever.  Maybe it's my age, but I don't like to put my cc number online.

  40. waynet profile image67
    waynetposted 14 years ago

    I bought a lot of how to books online for writing, affiliate marketing and blogging...oh and Howard the Duck on dvd, such a classic!!!

  41. Lgali profile image58
    Lgaliposted 14 years ago

    usb $10 for 5GB

  42. PaulaShaftoe profile image58
    PaulaShaftoeposted 14 years ago

    My primary online purchases are electronics (digital camera, computer accessories and the like) and I shop for best price & availability and then choose based on "trust". I usually end up buying from Amazon.

  43. waynet profile image67
    waynetposted 14 years ago

    Recently bought Labyrinth, such a Jim Henson classic.....the bog of enternal stench!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  44. Ryan Hupfer profile image60
    Ryan Hupferposted 14 years ago

    I wonder what would happen if we all told each other what we're wanting to buy and then a few Hubbers could then create Hubs about those types of things we're looking for.

    Then, if the person looking sees what they want, then they would buy it directly from the Hub via Amazon or Ebay Capsules.

    It would be like a cool, little HubPages marketplace and we could all support one other.

    I mean, if we're going to be buying something anyways, why not buy it from another Hubber and support our community?

    Is this crazy (or against the Amazon/eBay TOS)??

  45. waynet profile image67
    waynetposted 14 years ago

    Nope sounds legit!

    Maybe there is some way of incorporating the hubtivity into something like this with the questions and answers....

  46. habee profile image92
    habeeposted 13 years ago

    I've bought fishing licenses, Celtic jewelry, and clothes and boots for me and for the grandkids.

  47. PurpleOne profile image81
    PurpleOneposted 13 years ago

    I usually by my airline tickets online from orbitz.com and I also love buying jewelry - unique stuff that I can't find in the stores here.

  48. camlo profile image85
    camloposted 13 years ago

    loads of MP3s and a computer programme.

  49. profile image0
    cosetteposted 13 years ago

    i bought a Casio keyboard. it is still in the box! once i got my iPad i lost interest wink

    maybe i will give it to one of the kids in the family for Christmas...

    oh wait...i forgot...apps! and music from the iTunes store, duh. i was thinking real stuff, not intangibles.


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