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    Re: Haggling on used motorcycles

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    Try selling a dirt bike, the scum of the earth come out to play, I do not know why.

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    Re: Haggling on used motorcycles

    Unless you're standing in the driveway with a way to get the bike home you're not really haggling. You're just voicing numbers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boyoboy View Post
    lmao i've haggled at walmart. cheap coffee machine on display- tie wrapped to the shelf w no box. last one. talked to a floor manager $30 coffee maker for $20...
    We'll aways take some money off of a display or open box or deleted item.

    Hell, I've granted discounts to some customers just for being super pleasant and cool to interact with.

    Just don't come at the manager with an entitled "I'm the customer so I'm the boss" attitude...
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    Re: Haggling on used motorcycles

    It does help to ask. I got a lower price at CTC on a pair of snow pants....one strap was shorter than the other. lol

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    Re: Haggling on used motorcycles

    Quote Originally Posted by miggs View Post
    We'll aways take some money off of a display or open box or deleted item.

    Hell, I've granted discounts to some customers just for being super pleasant and cool to interact with.

    Just don't come at the manager with an entitled "I'm the customer so I'm the boss" attitude...
    this^ was just for the asking. was a pleasant experience.
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