Offer Table

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You can use the table below to better understand your recommended first offer and the final price you can expect to pay for it. Just enter the seller’s listing price at the top (i.e., what the seller advertises the product for), and you’ll see immediately what the recommended first offer and expected final price are.

You can also see how your recommended first offer and expected final price change depending on 1) your willingness to risk an impasse, and depending on 2) how uncertain you are about the objective value of the product (specific mobile phone models are usually low in price uncertainty, but antique pieces of furniture or art pieces are high in price uncertainty).

This table can help you better understand how your recommended first offer and final price change depending on these factors.

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