That’s rich! Hilarious texts reveal the most hardened hagglers who know no shame when it comes to asking for a discount
- Bored Panda rounded up online shopping interactions from around the world
- Hilarious messages show some hardened hagglers appear to have no shame
- One person offered just a quarter of the asking price for an expensive piano
- Another haggler pursued a cut in price – despite the object being listed for $2
There’s nothing wrong with a spot of haggling when you’re trying to strike a deal – however these snaps prove some people will go to any lengths to secure a bargain.
Bored Panda rounded up a selection of hilarious interactions between online sellers and buyers from around the world, revealing some customers seem to have more cheek that they do cash.
Among the amusing images is a seller who was shocked that someone who recently bought a $90,0000 car claimed they can only afford $15 for a couch advertised for $400, while arguing they should get a discount because they’re ‘friends’.
One person aggressively sought a discount to a $2 pricetag, while another offered just a quarter of the asking price for an expensive piano.
Here FEMAIL reveals some of the humorous messages from some of the world’s most hardened hagglers…
Bored Panda rounded up a selection of interactions between online sellers and buyers from around the world – including one person who wanted to buy a couch worth $400 for just $15
Less isn’t always more! One buyer in the U.S continued to plead for a seller to lower their price, despite already rejecting their original offer
Another customer accused a seller of wasting their time as they continued to negotiate prices, even after being told the TV has been sold
Guilt trip! One woman, believed to be from the US, hoping to buy a piano worth $20,000 for just $5,000 asked the seller to lower their price because she’s a single mother
One person agreed to reduce their price by $300, however a determined buyer offered a baby crocodile in exchange for lowering the amount further
A buyer pretending to be an FBI agent and threatened to arrest a seller who refused to offer shipping for their laptop
Not good enough! A buyer in the U.S. asked a seller to offer more than their free dishwasher to make collection worth their time
One person was mocked for not agreeing to reduce their asking price by $70 and drive to another city to deliver the item
Another individual who was selling an item for just $2 was stunned to receive a question from a buyer asking them to negotiate the price
A buyer who wanted a seller to sell a smart TV for less than half of the asking price, accused the individual of wasting their time for not agreeing to the deal
Another buyer began arguing with a seller who wouldn’t agree to deliver a chest of drawers that they labelled ‘garbage’