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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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Spokesman Steven Baillie said: "Our research suggests that, with stereotypical British reserve, many of us just don't haggle hard despite the big savings that can be made.
THE recession has led to a rise in the number of shopkeepers willing to let people haggle over prices, a study claimed yesterday.
After all, we effectively haggle when we buy a house, trying if we can to knock a bit off the price.
Motorists should be prepared to haggle to get the price of a new car down, according to esure car insurance.
The most popular item to haggle was a car, followed by an entertainment package, holiday, mobile phone plan, and house, respectively.
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When I did have a car, I would haggle but not on a daily basis.
You don't even tip cab drivers or tuk-tuks - the three-wheeled taxis - but you should always haggle and agree a fare before starting your journey.
The book simply and directly explains how to decide whether a lawyer is necessary, how to find a lawyer, how to comparison shop and negotiate, how to haggle over bills, and how to dismiss, sue, or discipline your lawyer should things go badly.
ILEGAL: "(left and below) Hopeful passengers haggle with, a cabbie before he ' agrees to take a fare
Dealers expect buyers to haggle and usually have room for manoeuvre within the official list prices.
Motorists are missing out on new-car bargains because they are not happy to haggle over price.