haggle


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Synonyms for haggle

Synonyms for haggle

to argue about the terms, as of a sale

Synonyms for haggle

an instance of intense argument (as in bargaining)

wrangle (over a price, terms of an agreement, etc.)

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Men are more likely than women to say they intend to haggle "very hard", the research from Sainsbury's Bank Loans found.
Nearly one in three people surveyed (31%) have never even tried to haggle in the UK.
One good factor in all cases: in the Middle East, people are not afraid to haggle.
In a survey by the Consumer Reports National Research Center, just 15 percent of electronics shoppers said they tried to haggle for a lower price in stores.
ONE in 10 shoppers routinely haggle for the best deal and save PS1,347 a year.
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Note to self: learn to haggle and learn how to let go of possessions without getting all mushy and sentimental.
London, July 5 (ANI): When it comes to planning a holiday, Britons are always ready to haggle to get the best deal, revealed a study.
Anyway, having little clue about how to haggle u someone advised me to always go for half the rack price u I picked out five watches and promised to buy all if I could get a 50 per cent discount.
Everything I sell is 10,000 Iraqi Dinars (ID) and this gives boundaries as there is no space for haggling, so my customers don't bother to haggle.
Summary: As lawmakers in Washington, DC continue to haggle over the details of a proposed $700 billion rescue plan to shore up financial markets, regulators stepped.