I feel if you don't bargain you are paying too much.
about 22 hours
Most things are priced for much more than the seller will actually take.I love a good bargain.
about 1 month
I did this when I went on vacation. I wanted to buy some t-shirts for my significant other and I knew there were a lot of stalls that sold t-shirts. I told the guy I didn't need to buy it, he wanted $40.00 for 2 shirts!! (They were actually tank tops!). He ended up giving them to me for waaay less.
Sometimes if you want to survive in life you got to grab the bull by the horns so to speak
I honestly believe that companies price items with the intention making bargains. Like 20% off
Electronic shops often do this. You can usually get a discount on large items like TV, washing machine or reduced warranty price.
car dealership is a good one. dealerships add all kinds of things to pad their commission. i bought a new car once and they tried to make me pay $500 extra for detail work. i refused saying that i didn't ask for that. the guy told me since it was already on the car i had to pay. i told them take it off the car then or i'm not buying. he dropped the $500 and left the detailing on. then, he gave me a high interest rate after i'd already qualified for 0% if i paid the car off within 2 years. i had to make them draw up another contract. sometimes, capitalism really brings the worst out in people.
Salesman are trained to be cheap, fast and fake. I honestly wonder if I could even tolerate such a job for more than a week, nowadays....
I like to bring my .44 mag for bargaining :)
i buy what it selling for
local car salesman tried the whole "support my family" etc. story line, for every one he came up with I countered that I knew his family, his children I and went to school together, needless to say after awhile he grew tired of me and accepted my offer, never saw a salesman with such a frown on his face after a sale
I love to talk at times so I like to get good prices for what I pay for. EW
"private sellers including CraigsList ads" needs to be a choice for "2. Where do you haggle/bargain?"
Well money does talk. If someone wants $10,000 for a car and you go there with $8,000 in cash, I'm willing to bet they will take it especially in this economy. I see people all the time online selling phones for $200 or more and people will get them talked down to much lower.
barter is a word I live for. I feel like its all priced up and the right person will most often come down if you just ask..gg
There is room to bargain on just about everything. Stores have this factored into their prices.
The difference between the MRP and retail price or margin is too much.
I love a good bargain - it never hurts to try. So far I have saved many thousands of dollars on vehicles, campers and boats by negotiating.
i haggle at swap meets or yard sales to get a rock botten price especially on new stuff or something i really want
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