Haggling is an important life skill that many Brits just don't learn. Perhaps it's because a lot of people see it as being cheap. Perhaps it's because the British reserve means that most people just don't want to make a fuss. Whatever the reason, if you aren't haggling, you are missing out. My dad is a master haggler. Probably the best example of this is the fact that he managed to marry my mum! But that's another story. He's always looking for a better deal, whether he is on the phone with an electric company or looking for cool new gadgets for his car. And usually, he gets it. In other countries, haggling is part and parcel of daily life. In fact, it is even considered to be bad form if you don't haggle when buying goods in the markets of Morocco. And it isn't just a case of saving money. The 'art of the haggle' teaches you many other things. So, if you are tired of getting ripped off and are looking to get a better deal in almost every area of life, then read on. This guide will tell you exactly why you should learn to haggle, and give you some tips on how to get started. Let's get this show on the road.