haggle

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haggle

verb argue, bargain, beat down, bid for, chaffer, deal, dicker, dispute, drive a bargain, higgle, make terms, negotiate, palter, quibble, stickle, underbid, wrangle
Associated concepts: arm's-length bargaining, bickering over price
See also: barter, cavil, dicker, negotiate
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Consumer help website MoneySavingExpert compiled a list of the top 10 major retailers where people are most likely to have successfully haggled, after asking around 2,500 people about their experiences in negotiating a more favourable deal.
The items most people flirted or haggled for a discount on were cars, holidays, TVs, houses and clothes.
Since I had no idea how low I should go, I haggled for the lowest possible price: Dh700.
Only ten per cent said they haggled on a regular basis.
Bannatyne says he even embarrassed his kids on holiday in Zambia when he haggled for some cheap bracelets in a local bazaar just to get a few quid knocked off.
The bashful barterers could save pounds 1,585 each or a collective pounds 675 million if they haggled on cars they plan to purchase, in the period up to February 2008, figures from Sainsbury's Bank showed.