Today, we dive into the Pearl Market of Beijing to bargain and haggle with the best of them. We seek out brands such as G-SHOCK, Diesel, Under Armour, Adidas NMD and much more! So come along for the ride!
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Actually in China, virtually any form of card payment is NOT accepted for the most part unless you’re in the bigger cities like Beijing and Shanghai, but even then you may run into places where it is not accepted. Always best to have Alipay or WeChat pay. Other alternative is cash, but if you really want to pay like the Chinese do, then download those apps.
I went china for an entire month with my gf and met my possibly future in laws, I completely understand what you meant by a bargaining culture I went to the Shanghai markets and even after Iv already said I’m not interested and start walking away the prices were going down without me having any input 😂 I feel China is very misunderstood country my time there was pleasant
Jesus christ. Usually when I watch these videos, or if i experience it myself (I’m Mexican, go to mexico sometimes but look a bit whiter than most so i also get hassled a bit) i don’t mind paying extra because i know some people need that money to live. But these people are straight up robbing foreigners by a disgustingly huge amount.. i wouldn’t bother buying from them at all in most cases. Like going from $200 to $19? Seriously?
Hey collin, I'm half chinese and half filipino. I lived in china and the G-shock, Lacoste 2 polo shirts, and the lady's bag onlu cost $2 to $5 once you give them a $19 price they still going to get a high profit. Try this advice "hey I can buy that for $4 and if you try to give me high price because I look like a dweller here, I might record this and pull off your store immediately." Collin you can do that because it's a customer's rights so try doing that and they will agree and beg to not getting reported for it. Trust me
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