When haggling, there are plenty of ways to point out that you would like to spend less money. It may help to highlight how much more money the seller will make in the long run by working with you.
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If you’re haggling over anything that’s worth your time, chances are you’re looking at something that’s going to make the seller plenty of money over time. Buying a car means you’ll be coming back for repairs. Your doctor knows you’re going to need more appointments in the future, so they may be willing to work with you there. Haggling is an art of compromise, and the more you can make the deal seem beneficial to the person you’re buying from, the more likely they are to agree to your terms.
8 Tips To Hone Your Haggling Skills [The Consumerist]