Do you bargain when you go to market?
20 Feb 10
Yes I will bargain if there is any possibility because we can not bargain in all the place coz in some places, it will be fixed price, where we have to pay the bill amount and in market places we can bargain, whether it is apparels or veg and fruits or any fancy goods items,
20 Feb 10
I always bargain when I go to the market. Vendors are already aware of people making bargain so I dont think that they dont profit from what they sell. I just think that if we dont bargain, then it would be a rip off on part to purchase the product without asking for a bargain. I usually dont buy the item if I cant get it with the price I wanted. But most of the time they give it to me. I dont feel shy at all. I know I have the right to do that. :D
20 Feb 10
I think it's customer's right to bargain the price when the shopkeeper had increased the price of certain item. Since i had been doing the shopping for my family for years, so i am familiar with the prices of almost every item that i want to buy. So, when i saw the shopkeeper had increased the price of that certain item, i will tends to bargain for it. I am trying my best to spend my money wisely. I think it's not wrong for us to bargain, when there is a chance to get the item that we wanted at a suitable price.
3 Mar 10
The concept of outdoor market is still there in my region.. And in fact,there are also markets where we can find second hand items.. I don't like going to these places most of the time as they are very crowded,noisy and populated..The most interested part in these market is bargaining.Customers who comes over here bargains a lot.I am a shy person.I am not good at bargaining. But still I will try to bargain if there is any chance of lowering of the price by the shopkeepers.It is not possible to bargain in all places, because there will be fixed price of every product,like apparels,food items,technical goods,ornaments or etc.. To me,it is really interesting and a time consuming activity.I even notice people arguing with the shopkeepers.