haggle over

(redirected from haggle with)

haggle (with someone) over someone or something

 and haggle with someone (over someone or something)
to argue with someone over someone or something. I don't want to haggle with you over Tom and whose team he's going to be on. Let's not haggle over the price. There is no point in haggling with her.
See also: haggle, over

haggle over

v.
To bargain or negotiate over something, as an item or a price: The merchant and the buyer haggled over the price of the damaged towels.
See also: haggle, over
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The 10 companies you are most likely to successfully haggle with over the price of contracts have been revealed by Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis.
You can say you felt it was too expensive and then haggle with customer service in their chat room to get them to take some money off.
People in Scotland were the least likely to haggle with just 58% describing themselves as hagglers, according to the research among 2,000 people.
And don't think the amounts are trivial either, here are just some of the successes people have tweeted me in Sky's current round of price hikes "Just saved PS315 a year with a good old haggle with Sky, cheers Martin.
You can use this figure to haggle with Sky or Virgin.
And they claim this success is down to their no-nonsense showrooms, where buyers are shown the exact price and don't have shown the exact price and don't have to haggle with a salesman.
UK holidaymakers are also anxious to negotiate the best deal before travelling, with almost 80 per cent prepared to haggle with their travel supplier, reports the Scotsman.
We are happy to haggle with people with items that have already been reduced, but not on the full-price items,'' she explains.
THREE American investment banks will haggle with bond holders at NTL to justify a pounds 40million bill to sort out the cable group's financial mess.
The men argue over space, instruct each other on what prices to demand, haggle with customers, harass women, and the like.
STEP 3: HAGGLE WITH YOUR EXISTING PROVIDER If you find a cheaper deal but prefer to stick with your existing provider, try calling (or use web chat) to haggle down what you pay with a bit of polite, charming, financial flirtation (never use aggression).
ILEGAL: "(left and below) Hopeful passengers haggle with, a cabbie before he ' agrees to take a fare
The most telling part of Ford's announcement is that buyers are still able to haggle with the dealer for an even better deal.