If you shop Amazon on the regular, then you’ve probably come across an item that you really wanted, but wished you could negotiate the price. Don’t worry, it’s totally normal–it’s the deal-hunter in all of us. Luckily, Amazon is finally appeasing all of us diehard hagglers by introducing a new Make-An-Offer section of the site. Much like eBay, you’ll be able to tell a seller what you’d like to pay for a certain item and then the seller can then choose to accept or reject your bid. Amazing, right?
Now the downside is, most of the Make-An-Offer products are kinda random right now. There are loads of sports and entertainment collectibles, plus fine artwork, which is great if you’re into that. But if you’re looking to haggle with Tory Burch on a pair of ballet flats, no such luck. Yet, that is. Amazon has said that it plans to extend the program to more items in 2015, so stay tuned. For now, check out what you can bid on by clicking the link below.
[via Tech Crunch]