"Good luck comes from hard work" is true in bargain hunting, too. Learn how to make your own frugal luck with this collection of deal-hunting tricks.
The early bird may get the worm, but in many cases, it's the late shopper who makes off with the deal.
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It might sound silly, but buying stuff can be a daunting experience — especially when you want to spend little and get a lot. Here's how to do it.
Negotiating can sometimes be stressful, and that stress can make buyers and sellers say dumb things. Learn to score better deals by avoiding these phrases.
Whether you want plush carpet or gleaming hardwood, you can get high-quality flooring without paying crazy prices — just follow these suggestions.
What are the best strategies when negotiations stall? How do you get past the deadlock to seal the deal?
In the right situations, haggling can save you money on everything from cars to medical care. Discover more expenses worth debating.
Terrified of talking price? It's easier than you might think. These tips will help you become the expert negotiator you can be.
What's holding you back from making better deals? Learn to identify and overcome common roadblocks for a lifetime of rewarding negotiation.
Over the past couple of decades, I’ve distilled successful negotiating down to seven key principles.
It is currently a buyer's market for real estate in most of the United States and there are many ways a buyer could negotiate for a deal beyond getting a great price. Here are som
Use these techniques to haggle your way to savings, even if you miss a sale.
I moved to the United States when I was a child from Yangzhou, China. After sixteen years, I could easily pass as an American because I speak English without an accent, and I am w
Sit down, relax, and let me tell you a story. A story about how you get to be a hero, and how to get your cable company begging on all fours like a dog.
I used to really hate haggling. That vain, self-conscious part of me that doesn't want to appear cheap, or worse, stingy, has always had an aversion to haggling. [more]
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