The Bargain Technique

Among the many businesses I had to work in, I’d been able to foresee particulars about how people create bargains for themselves. You would be surprised at how some take their five bucks seriously. Though it can be a shrug to many, to a certain few it may mean their life. Some would even come up to you and directly ask for coupon codes so they could get a discount right then and there.

Below are some of the good ways people search for bargains:
1. Dropping by deals and coupon blogs
2. Asking for a combo at the counter
3. Asking for a bargain in exchange for buying more items
4. Wanting a discount or they wont buy at all.
5. Checking the merchandise for the littlest defects
6. Enterprise Rent-A-Car coupon codes for traveling
7. Saying they only have enough money to pay.
8. Telling you outright your pricing is wrong.
9. Asking for a discount for a lesser amount.
10. Ordering an item and then asking for several additions.

Needless to say, I think these things are usable and it’s only up to people to note if it’s good or bad, or if they do benefit. I would like you though to check out the links on here (for deallocker.com/blog) as it would be good for getting discounts during the holidays. They’ve got a nicely designed website and all the types of coupons you can get.

2 thoughts on “The Bargain Technique

  1. This is a complicated question. 😛 author? yes. published? yes. Even then I’m not convinced you have the right person. There are alot of paolo mendoza’s

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