MSN Shopping

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MSN Shopping
Web address
Commercial? CPC
Type of site
Shopping Comparison
Registration Optional
Owner Microsoft, Inc.
Created by MSN, Microsoft

MSN Shopping was an online comparison shopping site in competition with and eBay. It was a part of the MSN web portal. It aggregated millions of product offers from thousands of retailers. MSN Shopping allowed users to search or browse for products. Searches could be sorted by relevance, popularity or by price (either ascending or descending). Refinements were available to allow the user to narrow the results set.[1][2][3][4]

MSN Shopping has been replaced by Bing Shopping. It was available in the US, Japan, Canada, Australia, UK, France and Germany at its closure.


  1. ^ Carr, Lisa (14 November 2005). "MSN Shopping Adds Comparison Shopping.". Direct Marketing. 
  2. ^ Rothberg, Deborah (21 July 2005). "Testers Check Out MSN Shopping Portal Beta 2.". PC Magazine. 
  3. ^ Gupta, Shankar (29 November 2006). "MSN Shopping Surges 21% Thanksgiving Weekend.". Media Post. 
  4. ^ Kane, Michelle (13 June 2005). " Announces Strategic Alliance with MSN; PriceGrabber's Alliance with MSN Provides Consumers Expanded Selection on MSN Shopping.". Business Wire. 

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