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The most things to get cheapest price in traditional market

The traditional market is a shopping paradise where you will find everything including clothing, artwork and crafts, food, antique watches, souvenirs and even classic motorcycles. One of the most special things is that they sell at a cheaper price than the price in a modern store, but only if you know how.

Visiting the traditional market is great fun where a variety of rare and unique items are displayed in every corner of the room. You will find memorable objects, beautiful works of art and crafts, exotic traditional foods and even authentic classic motorbikes.

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These objects usually blend in a market area where you will be around to find objects that you will like and buy or just to see and travel. In the traditional market of course many sellers, many people and many unique activities.

The specialty of traditional markets is that sellers do not have a standard price and they sell cheaper merchandise than in modern stores. The price is determined by the bargaining process between the seller and the buyer. This is what allows you to get lucky, but if you know how.

Here are some tips where you can apply when shopping in traditional markets to get a cheaper price:

1. Build intimacy

As an introduction, you should be able to establish intimacy with the seller. It's very simple where you smile and invite jokes about the little things. This trick can help you get a cheaper price where the point is to make communication and comfortable.

2. Building empathy

If you have been familiar with the seller of course you will try to bargain with tucked in the smile. The seller will not feel harmed in the initial offer you made. Remember, do not bid for items you do not want to buy because this will create an inconvenience.

Bid a third of the price proposed by the seller. For example a bag for Rp300.000, bargain at the starting price Rp100.000 where the sellers will usually lower to the price of Rp275.000 and so on.

3. Shop a lot

You should understand that the more items you buy will likely get cheaper prices. The seller will generally lower the price of the items you buy if you have more total transaction value. The more you buy the more discounts.

4. Come when market starts to open and before closing

These tips are widely applied in various traditional markets where you visit early. Usually the sellers who are opening the shop in the morning will give special attention to the first buyer. Traditional traders in Indonesia have faith that the first buyer will bring abundance of fortune.

You can also come before the market closes. At the last minute before closing the seller does not want to be convoluted in the process of bargaining. So you are more likely to get a cheaper price.
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