Randi Martin, wtop.com
WASHINGTON – Want to save money on your cable bills or car purchase? It can be as easy as haggling for a better price.
“Haggling is all about being a negotiator, asking for that discount, getting a better price and being a good shopper,” says Teri Gault, CEO of price comparison website The Grocery Game.
Gault says haggling should be done with respect and politeness, but the haggler should not be afraid to “go up the food chain” and ask for a manager or person who can cut the deal.
Sophie Walton, a contributor to Yahoo Finance, says anyone can haggle for a deal, but you need to do your homework.
Here are some of Walton’s tips:
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