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The British invented the idea of the fixed price. This was to avoid the embarrassment caused by haggling. We don't like bargaining for things and we do not like pushy sales assistants, which is why shopping in hot countries can be such an ordeal for Brits. Far from trying to beat down the price of an article, the visitor to Britain should even offer to pay a little more than the asking price:

VISITOR : £10? Are you sure? Don't do yourself down. You've got to make a living too! Look, I'll give you £20. It must be worth at least that.

BRIT : That's very good of you, but I couldn't possibly accept more than £15 for a second-hand radio that doesn't even work.

VISITOR : Never mind. In my eyes it has historical and cultural value. Why don't I give you £18? etc.


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It was worth every penny! Keep the change!

Avoid saying
These are much cheaper in my country.


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