If you like to frequent markets and garage sales sales, you know there are some great bargains to be found. If a seller is willing to haggle, you can sometimes increase your savings even more by bundling items and asking for lower prices.
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As it gets later in the day, sellers can have a bigger desire to unload their goods. They don’t want to pack things up to carry home or put things back in their garage. Lisa Rowan at The Penny Hoarder suggests you should take advantage of that and try to bundle up the things you’ve had your eye on for a discount. Make note of the things you’re interested in earlier as you walk around and return as the market draws near to a close to try and knock a few bucks off.
Of course, you run the risk someone else will grab the things you wanted first, but that’s a risk you sometimes have to take. Just make sure the seller is up for haggling and avoid doing anything that might aggravate them.
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