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Author Topic: Would it be consider rude to haggle the price?  (Read 15252 times)

Offline finn5555

most in my hot list are 60 and a few 70.. they're genuinely pretty too..

Correct and to be honest anything more than £60 is taking the piss  :thumbsdown:

Most wanting that kind of money have dusty phones

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Generally I think girls use the 'haggling might offend excuse' just to stop you haggling. However some girls see the price they set as a measure of their own personal worth regarding their looks and their figure so in these cases haggling might cause a girl to think you rate her looks of figure far lower than she does, hence this might offend. Of course she might be completely up her own arse and have highly inflated views on her level of attractiveness.

a lot of 1/2 hour prices are high as a way of the WG trying to tell you it's not worth the trouble for less than an hour.

Offline Darwin414

a lot of 1/2 hour prices are high as a way of the WG trying to tell you it's not worth the trouble for less than an hour.

the reason i want good low prices is because in my experience a lot of these girls try to make you finish as fast as possible, so if i book it for 1 hour and usually finish around 30 minutes then it's no point.. if it happens that i really like the way she moves I will add that extra to make it an hour .. win win situation  :drinks:

Offline finn5555

a lot of 1/2 hour prices are high as a way of the WG trying to tell you it's not worth the trouble for less than an hour.

True and to be honest I don't blame them for not wanting to do them.

Back to on topic, why not haggle, my clients haggle on price with me and then haggle over the final payment on some occasions so why should dealing with Pro$$i£s be any different

Offline Lz-129

Depends what you are trying to negotiate.
If its for an hourly few I don't see why you shouldn't.


Never even thought of haggling! Thought it was frowned upon and would lead no where
So, would you be even more likely to haggle for longer periods, say 2 hours for example?

Offline Dani

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Why would you try and haggle  £80 for half hour? That's about standard.

It is normally only standard to charge £80 or more for 30minutes if they dont really want to do them.  £60 is the average price for half an hour for those that are happy to do them. 

As for those charging £100 or £120 on the above list they have these prices as they cannot be arsed doing half hours as they know they do as much work in them as they do in an hour so they charge silly rates to get you to think the hour is better value and that way they can relax during the booking and drag it out and can get more money off the punter for the same work

Offline Louise 100% British

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Never even thought of haggling! Thought it was frowned upon and would lead no where
So, would you be even more likely to haggle for longer periods, say 2 hours for example?

I leave longer bookings to be negotiated and I state that on my sites.
I wouldn't lower my half hour rate as I think it's reasonable and for the amount of work I put in, I think it's worth it.
I wouldn't ever take less that £100ph though and I would ignore a text asking otherwise.

Offline Louise 100% British

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It is normally only standard to charge £80 or more for 30minutes if they dont really want to do them.  £60 is the average price for half an hour for those that are happy to do them. 

As for those charging £100 or £120 on the above list they have these prices as they cannot be arsed doing half hours as they know they do as much work in them as they do in an hour so they charge silly rates to get you to think the hour is better value and that way they can relax during the booking and drag it out and can get more money off the punter for the same work

Well I think £100 plus is far to steep
I guess I am £10 above the norm but according to my actual area I am actually on the lower end of fees.

Offline finn5555

Well I think £100 plus is far to steep
I guess I am £10 above the norm but according to my actual area I am actually on the lower end of fees.

I guess many of the Pro$$ies in your area are seriously deluded  :wackogirl:

Offline Lz-129

I guess by haggling you are open to being gazumped by a reg or whoever with a few extra ££

Not saying every wg would do this but some might

Offline Daffodil

I leave longer bookings to be negotiated and I state that on my sites.
I wouldn't lower my half hour rate as I think it's reasonable and for the amount of work I put in, I think it's worth it.
I wouldn't ever take less that £100ph though and I would ignore a text asking otherwise.

It's in your interests to say that here but I imagine it's not true  :hi:

Personally, I've never haggled.  Most of my punts these days are 1 hour incalls so I look to see girls who charge what I'm happy to pay.  If I feel they're too pricey I just look elsewhere.

I know some people don't have much success with reverse bookings but I've found that they are a good way of getting a cheaper rate on longer bookings if you use them properly.

Offline Daffodil

I guess by haggling you are open to being gazumped by a reg or whoever with a few extra ££

Not saying every wg would do this but some might

You are always open to this possibility. If you're a newcomer the prossie will likely drop you for a regular as she knows he's a sure thing.

Offline smiths

You are always open to this possibility. If you're a newcomer the prossie will likely drop you for a regular as she knows he's a sure thing.

Thats right, i have both been the regular and the newbie to the WG so both gained and lost.

Offline skittish

I tried my luck once with a Polish girl who I'd seen (£70) and kept texting at random times to say she was available. I text back only got 50 quid, never heard from her again.  :unknown:

Offline Daffodil

I tried my luck once with a Polish girl who I'd seen (£70) and kept texting at random times to say she was available. I text back only got 50 quid, never heard from her again.  :unknown:

If I get an unsolicited text I always try my luck and have usually had success.

Either way, it sound alike you got rid of a pest and, if you want to fuck her at her usual rate, you know where to find her  :hi:

Offline Jimmyredcab

I tried my luck once with a Polish girl who I'd seen (£70) and kept texting at random times to say she was available. I text back only got 50 quid, never heard from her again.  :unknown:

No great loss, Polish girls are now ten a penny in London, slowly being overtaken by Romanians.  :hi:

Offline seeker

They know the streets of london are paved in 70hh and 120h tax free plus benifits :dancegirl:
Must be the ocupation of choice back home for them.

Offline Whore Of Babylon

I consider it rude and I don't except lower fees. Unless it's a deal struck with a very close regular.

My reasons are: I do very well with my rates, so don't need to go lower. British culture is not really haggle friendly. You don't haggle with your dentist or cinema. There are plenty of girls who offer their services at all sorts of prices, so find your match.
                         
Don't wish to be snobby but I offer what's advertised at the price stated.

Offline Jimmyredcab

I consider it rude and I don't except lower fees. Unless it's a deal struck with a very close regular.

My reasons are: I do very well with my rates, so don't need to go lower. British culture is not really haggle friendly. You don't haggle with your dentist or cinema. There are plenty of girls who offer their services at all sorts of prices, so find your match.
                         
Don't wish to be snobby but I offer what's advertised at the price stated.

Do you always pay the price you are quoted ------------- with builders, tradesmen, high street shops, cab drivers.

You are entitled to stick to your rates but to suggest that it is "rude" to negotiate is in my opinion total bollocks.  :hi:

Offline Whore Of Babylon

Do you always pay the price you are quoted ------------- with builders, tradesmen, high street shops, cab drivers.

You are entitled to stick to your rates but to suggest that it is "rude" to negotiate is in my opinion total bollocks.  :hi:

Yes, I always pay the quoted price and I would consider it rude to haggle. If I don't like the quote I get another one from a different company/individual. I might tell them I've found cheaper if they ask why I gone elsewhere.
But that's just me. Having said that I don't take offence and I'm polite when rebuffing.

I dislike it at market stalls, even. (I think officially there is some leeway there)
« Last Edit: April 18, 2013, 10:40:43 AM by Whore Of Babylon »

Offline Jimmyredcab

Yes, I always pay the quoted price and I would consider it rude to haggle.


Total cobblers.
People haggle with me all the time, they ask me how much to get to XXXXX, I tell them £50, they say they only have £40, it is then up to me to decide if it is worth my while.

Car dealers always inflate the marked price because they know people will haggle.    :hi:

Yes, I always pay the quoted price and I would consider it rude to haggle. If I don't like the quote I get another one from a different company/individual. I might tell them I've found cheaper if they ask why I gone elsewhere.
But that's just me. Having said that I don't take offence and I'm polite when rebuffing.

I dislike it at market stalls, even. (I think officially there is some leeway there)

I love haggling on prices but I usually save it for expensive things, jewelery, electronics, cars etc. If I am booking a WG directly then I wouldn't contemplate haggling but if I am setting up a reverse booking then it's all about negotiating.

Offline Jimmyredcab

I love haggling on prices but I usually save it for expensive things.

Prostitutes are expensive.

Overnights can come to £1000.       :scare: :scare:


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