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At HAGOOLE shoppers can negotiate prices on the world’s most famous Kitchen and laundry appliance…

Each item has a ‘Make an Offer’ option which enables the consumer to haggle for the best price the market is paying based upon demand.

But you don’t haggle with a human; at Hagoole a robot does all the negotiating, after taking into consideration the markets demand and current availability of inventory by the merchant.

Hagoole is unlike other negotiating sites like where you bargain simultaneously with multiple merchants and where you have to wait for a response to your offer that you have just made, provided you do get a response.

At Hagoole all the haggling is done fairly…..


Haggle For Savings

Haggle and Save

You may have thought that today the big banks were impossible to haggle with, but as many consumers are discovering, it’s completely possible. Haggling now more than ever before has become such an easy thing to do and the best part is that anyone can do it!

Negotiating: A New Mindset

Haggle Negotiate

People have been increasingly empowered to haggle or negotiate like never before. Consumers today are not only looking to stretch their dollars further in these hard economic times, but also can make credible threats to brick and mortar stores and online retailers by shopping elsewhere.

This is exceptionally painful for places like shoe stores, where customers can make sure that the product fits and feels comfortable before threatening to buy it online.

The Great Debate: Is Haggling Worth The Hassle?

Haggle Bargaining

“Don’t most people haggle here?” I asked a woman who was openly selling her product.

“Yes they do,” said the seller. “We expect to negotiate. We have a ‘Buy Now’ price, a bottom line price and the price we paid for it.

We try to get a price somewhere between the price we paid and the bottom line. At least 85 percent of customers haggle. I’m surprised when someone doesn’t.”