Haggling on holiday can be awkward. Recent research claimed that Brits miss out on savings worth £500 a year just because they are too embarrassed to ask for a discount. Throw in the ethics of whether you should haggle too hard in a relatively poor country when you can afford to pay and you definitely have a dilemma on your hands.
Telegraph columnist Lucy Denyer discusses this thorny issue on the latest episode of the Moral Money podcast. The fifth episode also features a listener who has been keeping a rainy day fund secret from her husband and is beginning to feel guilty about it.
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The Moral Money podcast is based on our popular column of the same name and you can read the original articles here. Earlier episodes of the podcast, which is hosted by Lauren Davidson and Sam Meadows, have featured Bryony Gordon and Tim Stanley as guest ethicists.