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Example sentences for haggle
The prospect of a pay-off gives officials an incentive to haggle over regulations.
However, prices at the market aren't fixed, so don't be afraid to haggle.
No matter how valuable your merchandise or how reasonable your terms, there's always someone who wants to haggle.
Your correspondent's grandfather taught him always to haggle.
In the past, two parties would haggle over a pound of wheat.
Now it is migrating to the service, attracting lawsuits and leaving users to haggle among themselves about what will be tolerated.
And doctors have long had to haggle with commercial insurers over their rates.
Bargains can be had as long as you're prepared to haggle.
Maybe the two are one and the same, our way to parley and haggle with time.
It's also the best place to haggle for an inlaid backgammon set.
Under his plan unions would not be able to haggle with the state or local governments about benefits or working conditions.
Trade negotiators haggle over the latter, but exporters care more about the duties they actually pay.
Head for one of the yellow cabs and be prepared to haggle.
How ungrateful and even risky, they may feel, to haggle over salary when the unemployment rate is so high.
Most of the foundations have been laid and now the residents are starting to haggle over the design.
After finding the perfect room, people still had to haggle with the hotel to actually get it.
Implicit mode offers fewer interoperability problems because there are almost no options to haggle over during the connection.
If you haggle about a price with one customer, others will want to as well.
When your neighbor's house is on fire, you don't haggle over the price of a garden hose.
Some of the auto superstores are publicly-owned national chains that offer a huge selection of vehicles and no-haggle prices.
Feel free to haggle, and offer a lower price than that requested as reasonable offers are usually accepted.
Often, the producer or feed yard operator and the buyer from the packing plant haggle over the price.
If you need a kidney transplant, for example, you are not going to shop around and haggle over price.
Everybody wants flowers, and wont haggle so closely for a cent or two.
They do not haggle about special grades or particle sizes or bag sizes.