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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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In Northern Ireland, 72% of people are hagglers, while in Wales, two-thirds (66%) actively haggle.
And the best bargainers will win big prizes with a really special prize for the region's top haggler.
There's the price haggler, and the multiple-surgeon shopper and then the paranoid personality.
My mate Tommy Staunton is a professional haggler with a typical Liverpool sense of humour He recently inquired about a phone the guy behind the counter said he had brought from America and had altered to our system.
I asked Fabiana whether she would always entertain the high-street haggler.
The embarrassment factor alone when asking for a discount is generally enough to deter the would-be haggler.
The veteran haggler says you must insist on seeing the manager or the head of that department before you start negotiating on a product.
For the 27-year-old is not only a premier league haggler, talking his way to discounts often worth thousands of pounds, but he also has the enviable knack of persuading shop staff to give him more than they bargained for.
Even if you're not a seasoned haggler, a bit of barter and banter will net you some brilliant bargains.
And if you fancy yourself as a bit of a haggler, all the better for Icmeler market.
For the 27- year old is not only a premier league haggler, talking his way to discounts often worth thousands of pounds,but he also has the enviable knack of persuading shop staff to give him more than they bargained for.