Affiliate Disclosure

ConsumerJar.com partners with leading retailers to finance the ongoing development and additional content for the platform.

This ensures the following:

  • ConsumerJar.com will remain free-to-use for everyone.
  • ConsumerJar.com is able to constantly improve.
  • ConsumerJar.com remains 100% independent.

How Is ConsumerJar.com Earning Money?

We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn commissions by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites. We also partner with other affiliate programs (see the complete list under “Our Affiliate Partnerships”).

Through our partnerships with multiple retailers, ConsumerJar.com might earn a commission if a user chooses to make a purchase through one of our links. The text-link sending you to this page appears whenever an affiliate link is present on our site, making it easy for you to recognize a monetized link. We strongly believe in this model as one of the best ways of giving you honest and unbiased content, which is what ConsumerJar.com is all about.

Does it affect how much I pay for a product?

No. Your price remains the same. However, part of the revenue will be shared among ConsumerJar.com and the given retailer.

Are your recommendations affected by manufacturers, sponsors, etc.?

No. With this revenue model we’re able to remain 100% independent of specific brands, manufacturers and sponsors. As it should be. All recommendations are chosen by our editorial team, and based on 1) expert knowledge, 2) general user ratings, and 3) thorough research.

Our Affiliate Partnerships

ConsumerJar.com has partnered with some of the leading retailers, in order to finance our work and give you the best experience possible.

Below is a list of our current affiliate partners:

  • Amazon Associates