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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Three-quarters (77%) of mobile phone users who haggled secured a better deal - and an average saving of PS72 a year.
According to the survey of 2,000 adults, pushing for a better deal has seen nine out ten broadband and pay TV customers who haggled, offered a discount or incentive to renew their contracts.
Some 47% of people have haggled with market traders and 41% have bartered with car salesmen, but just 7% of people have ever tried to get money off their shopping while at the supermarket and 15% have asked for a discount in a clothing store.
Some 47% of people have haggled with market traders and 41% have bartered with car salesmen - but just 7% of people have ever tried to get money off their shopping while at the supermarket and 15% have asked for a discount in a clothing store.
Cars and motorbikes topped the list of goods and services people had successfully haggled over, followed by electrical products and furniture.
Most of the things I've got I've haggled for but it was the first time I'd done so in Welsh.
Only ten per cent said they haggled on a regular basis.