Can you negotiate the price for me?
Can we negotiate prices for you?
Yes, we can contact the seller on a fleamarket site and try to negotiate the price if the seller mentions on the item page or profile that they are open to negotiation. Prices set by licensed stores are non-negotiable.
How do I request negotiation?
To have us contact a seller for you, please submit your order first. You can provide any inquiries you'd like asked or details in either the order itself (optional details field) or in a follow-up reply to your order confirmation email.
What happens to my money during negotiation?
Don't worry, we won't charge you until you decide to go ahead with the purchase after we've negotiated for you.
What should I keep in mind when asking for a price negotiation?
- Time: Negotiating will take time as both we and the seller are not always available to reply immediately. If you don't want to risk losing an item, we recommend avoiding negotiation entirely.
- Item Availability: Some sellers may make a dedicated listing for us, but others may just drop the price. If they just drop the price we are not guaranteed to be able to secure the item before someone else purchases it. Please note that even if the seller makes a dedicated listing for us, someone else can still purchase it.
- Discount Expectations: The more you try to negotiate a price down, the less likely the seller is to accept. Please note that we will not assist if you attempt to negotiate prices down significantly, as this can result in our account being blacklisted. We recommend no larger than a 20% discount, but it is recommended to go no higher than 5-10% discount.