Guide to Top Negotiating Tips Downloadable Free from

Published: Fri Aug 27 2010, the leading consumer bargain deals website, has launched a free downloadable guide containing hints on negotiating cheap deals when shopping for goods and products. The guide is launched in partnership with Pareto, one of the country’s leading sales and negotiating training companies.

Top 10 Tips – How to Bag a Bargain’ is available for download from the website and has been produced in partnership with Pareto to help shoppers learn new hints and tips for haggling when buying things.

Simon Terry, managing director of, says: "With retail prices in the UK continuing to rise and the promise of a VAT rise in the New Year too, our guide is ideal for helping people get better deals through tips and hints on negotiating."

"The UK’s shoppers don’t really have the experience of bartering as a nation, but people can learn them quickly and easily thanks to our new guide. People can learn how to make budgets stretch further thanks to the tips and hints we have offered with Pareto."

Pareto’s Top Tips include –

*Do your research
Look around and research the best available prices for a product you want to buy, so that by the time you talk to a salesperson about it you know what you are talking about. They will try to get you to pay more than you want to for an item so know about the recommended retail prices and look into alternatives. Be aware too of alternative suppliers so that you are always as well informed as you can be.

*Negotiation isn’t just about price
Getting the best value deal you can mean more than just getting the salesperson to knock some money off the item. When bartering remember to ask the salesperson for accessories or extras to be thrown in so that you can perhaps give someone a gift instead of getting cash off the item.

*Don’t be pressured into accepting the deal
Shop assistants and salespeople commonly put shoppers under pressure to make snap judgements and quick decisions, so try not to feel pressured into making choices and decisions you don’t want to. Be aware of these pressuring tactics and try not to let the shop assistant pressure you into paying more than you really want to for an item. It’s your money after all. features money saving offers from both major high street brands and specialist retailers, including stores such as Tesco, Marks & Spencer, Sainsbury’s, Travelodge, First Choice, and Boden.

For more information and to download the Top 10 Tips visit

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