Bargain could mean some of the following:
- The process whereby buyer and seller agree the price of goods or services. See bargaining.
- An agreement to exchange goods at a price
- Such an agreement where one of the parties thinks the price is very favourable.
- On a stock exchange, an agreement to buy or sell shares
- A notorious spyware also known as Bargain Buddy
- "Bargain" (The Who song) a song by the rock band The Who
- Bargain is the registered trademark of a Tribute Band dressing like and playing the music of The Who
Other articles related to "bargain":
... A live performance of "Bargain" from San Francisco on December 12, 1971 was included on the 1985 The Who album Who's Missing ... Pete Townshend included solo recordings of "Bargain" on his albums Scoop and The Lifehouse Chronicles ... "Bargain" was used in a Toyota commercial, emphasizing the lines, "I call that a bargain, the best I ever had" in reference to the value of an automobile ...
... district selling various consumer goods at bargain prices, including Colombian gold and emerald jewellery, leather goods and other distinctively Colombian wares ... San Andres has become such a byword for bargain shopping in Colombia that many towns and cities have a bargain shopping area known as a San Andresito ("little ...
... Bargain Buddy is an Adware program developed by Exact Advertising ... Bargain Buddy software monitors Internet usage and displays advertisements based on the websites a user views ...
... of Rolling Stone Magazine described "Bargain" as one of "Townshend's most beautiful songs." Author John Atkins praised song's strength and melody as well as The Who's performance of the song ... Atkins goes on to say that "'Bargain' radiates sheer dynamism and excitement, and the brilliance of the playing turns the song into a masterpiece." Allmusic critic Tom Maginnis ... Sputnik Music's review refers to "Bargain" as "another hit off the album." ...
Famous quotes containing the word bargain:
“No one should drive a hard bargain with an artist.”
—Ludwig Van Beethoven (17701827)
“Generally speaking, we would make a good bargain by renouncing all the good that people say of us, upon condition they would say no ill.”
—François, Duc De La Rochefoucauld (16131680)
“Eyes, look your last.
Arms, take your last embrace, and lips, O you
The doors of breath, seal with a righteous kiss
A dateless bargain to engrossing death.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)