London, United Kingdom, April 26, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Let’s Haggle is the first UK-based online interactive haggling site, allowing individuals to shop for unique deals on a wide range of exciting new products from leading brands at the price they want to pay.
The first and only platform of its kind, shoppers can use the fun haggling element and their savvy negotiating skills to shop for the best possible deal on any of the brand new products offered, from electronic gadgets and home wares to designer fashion accessories and beauty products. There’s no catch, hidden costs or charges; just good old-fashioned haggling on brands like Tiffany & Co., Mandarina Duck, Panasonic, Ethos and more.
Shoppers who are watching their budgets but still want their favourite branded products will be greeted on the website by an online shopkeeper who knows all the insights about the products and will advise you if you should offer a higher or lower price to have your deal accepted.
“Let’s Haggle shifts the conventional e-commerce model by using game dynamics to provide a fun, entertaining and social shopping experience for its users,” says Madhur Srivastava, Founder of Let’s Haggle. “Let’s Haggle is reshaping the ancient art of haggling and bringing it to life online, in a fun and interactive way, enabling users to pay less than the original asking price on a range of products.”
Members register free of charge, choose a product they like, haggle with the online shopkeeper to determine their final price and then place their offer to secure the product. Users do not pay if their offer is not accepted.
Hagglers can save anything up to 86% off the RRP if they negotiate right. The savings depend on the product demand, time the offer was placed, the price and the number of products in stock. Recent deals include: Nikon Coolpix P100 Digital Camera for £135.47, 61% less than RRP; Elsa Peretti for Tiffany & Co Open Heart Earrings for £92.50, 68% less than RRP; and sets of Ethos bar stools for £65.34, 75% less than RRP.
To allow users to share their favoured products easily with friends and family, the site is also launching with an interactive Facebook app, with which shoppers can share particular product information directly from the Let’s Haggle website.
To grab yourself a bargain, visit LetsHaggle.com