While this is in play, when you buy a card, gain a cheaper non-Victory card.
Haggler is an Action card from Hinterlands. Haggler allows you to, whenever you buy a card, gain a cheaper card. This ability is very useful in engines where you want cards at multiple price points; and in Big Money, letting you gain Golds and Silvers when you buy a Province or Duchy. In this setting it functions like a weaker, cheaper Hoard, but Haggler scales much better into the Colony / Platinum game.
 Official FAQ
- While this is in play, whenever you buy a card, you gain a card that is cheaper than the card you bought, but not a Victory card.
- For example, you could buy a Province, and gain a Gold via Haggler.
- Gaining a card is not optional.
- The gained card comes from the Supply and is put into your discard pile.
- Haggler only gives you an extra card when you buy a card, not when you gain a card some other way (such as with Haggler itself).
- If there is no cheaper card available in the Supply (for example, if you buy Copper), you do not gain a card.
- Using Throne Room on Haggler will not gain you two cards per card bought, as there is still only one copy of Haggler in play.
- The bonus is cumulative though; if you have three Hagglers in play, you will gain three more cards for each card you buy.
 Other Rules clarifications
 Strategy Article
Haggler is a very good card. It is helpful when building an engine with parts at different price points. Picking up free components is a huge benefit. Additionally, Haggler allows you to green a little bit earlier as you can buy a Province and pick up a free Gold or other important card for free. You should be careful, however, as the card gain is not optional. If there are no cheaper cards that you want, you'll be forced to pick up a Copper. For this reason, you may want to consider not playing the Haggler on occasion.
In big money, Haggler lets you gain free income, most likely Gold, Silver, or more Hagglers to help build up economy and prevent stalling.
- Cheap engine components
- Lack of above
 Alternate versions
Digital version for Dominion Online
 In other languages
- Czech: Handlíř (lit. trader)
- Dutch: Sjacheraar
- Finnish: Tinkijä (lit. price cutter)
- French: Marchandeur
- German: Feilscher
- Italian: Contrattazione (lit. bargaining)
- Japanese: 値切り屋 (pron. negiri-ya, lit. haggling shop)
- Polish: Przekupień (note: as referred to in Polish Empires rulebook)
- Russian: Торгаш (pron. torgash)
- Spanish: Regateador
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