How do you haggle?
Haggling is the opposite to the just one price policy found at
most stores these days. Haggling has largely disappeared in most
parts of the western world. However, for expensive goods such as
automobiles, haggling can remain commonplace. Also when buying
directly from someone (a neighbor or a street vendor rather than a
store) Ideally, you should know the product's worth and maybe the
price they charge for it at different places. That, your purse and
your eagerness to get the precious object will direct you in
offering the dealer a reasonable amount for both of you. Start with
a low amount (not *too* low or you'll hear "Nah, thank you. Have a
great day!" Not too high either because, of course, you want to
save yourself some cash. Suppose a car is worth US$ 6000 Start by
offering $3500. Dealer will ask for say, $5500 and in that way you
may be lucky and strike a bargain. Hope this helps!