Getting Haggled: Should Small Businesses Welcome Price Negotiation?

By milo on Nov 30, 2012 | 0 Comments

Haggling for a better deal when purchasing a house or car is expected, but when it comes to smaller-ticket items, shoppers typically keep their negotiation skills at bay. While large retailers offer price-matching guarantees to gain shoppers’ confidence and avoid price negotiation, smaller stores may want to consider setting the art of haggling back on the counter as a key strategy in winning over local shoppers. We take a look at a 2012 survey by CreditDonkey.com to discover how shoppers feel about businesses that are open to haggling.

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