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3. Tell me in the Insta comment section – what item you would’ve gone for if you were ever at a fake market

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Fendi Belt – 270,000₫; AUD $16.90
(Bargaining Footage for the Fendi Belt will be up on my Patreon Page soon:

Black Supreme Box Logo Tee – 110,000₫; AUD $6.90

Black Supreme Hoodie – 290,000₫; AUD $18.10

Nike Cap – 130,000₫; AUD $8.10

If you enjoyed this video, make sure you check out Colin Abroadcast’s videos. He bargains all over the world and always keeps the negotiation banter so light and fun:

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When in Ho Chi Minh City, i decided to visit one of the most popular markets in Vietnam, the Ben Thanh Market. This market is one of the earliest surviving structures in Saigon and is an important symbol of Ho CHi minh City. It’s sells a range of different things such as local handicrafts, textiles, coffee, souvenirs as well as local food. What is also sells is a huge variety of fake/ knock off items ranging from fake electronics e.g. fake airpods, fake supreme tees e.g. supreme hoodies & supreme x louis vuitton, fake nike and adidas clothing and even fake yeezys!) The list really is endless and includes things like Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, Balenciaga and much more.

Come along and join me on my shopping spree as i put my haggling & bargaining skills to the test. I said it before and I’ll say it again, the vendors at the Ben Thanh Market hustle really hard, and it’s actually both impressive and inspiring to me; and honestly, they were the ones who made my experience there such a positive one.

Make sure you at least visit the Ben Thanh Market when you’re in Ho CHi Minh City, Vietnam. It really is a very exciting marketplace. Grab some food if you don’t want to go on a fake market shopping spree, or simply experience its hustle and bustle if you don’t want to buy anything at all.

Ben Thanh Market Address: Le Loi, Ben Thanh Ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City

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And if you read til the end of my description – what’s one item you would consider buying when at a fake market?

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45 COMMENTS

  1. WOW!

    I'M EXHAUSTED JUST LISTENING TO THAT SELLER

    "I LIKE YOU!"
    ""I LIKE YOU TOO!"

    HA! HA! HA!

  2. Haha very good I just subscribed me too mostly first time last year I was in market majorca I just looking as I like watches but they persisted and I bought a watch right next door another watch sales stall allready had bought another one because price tumbled down under 50 percent more less same watch the sales techniques I saying this young lady was persistent with you you only looking too why I saying this here my 1st watch just subbed thank you and I going here Vietnam in September I like looking not allways buy buy should be interesting lol thank you very good video as I say I just subbed thank you very good 🙂🙂🇻🇳🇻🇳

  3. AVOID BEN TANH MARKET. We just got back and went there a few times over 3 weeks. The place is an abusive, expensive rip off.
    We've been going to SE Asia for decades and my wife is SE Asian. We're far from spoiled naive spoiled tourists.
    Two basic types like this place; 1) New or naive travelers 2) Travelers who spend like they're in the west.
    A couple wild cards might be; 1) battered wife types who feel they deserve abusive treatment 2) guilty liberals, making excuses for their behavior -like I did.

  4. lol, they start at around 500k-650K VND for an item worth 1/4 of that. I start off at 100-150VND and keep at that price. If you walk off they chase after you and agree to your price.

  5. I'll be in Hanoi and Ho Chin Minh on May 2020 i'm ready to bargain that's my expertise 'cause I used to be a market vendor in Manila when I was a teenager!! ahahaha! Jesse from Glendale, CA

  6. You have to stick to one price and go with it. As soon as you change your own price; you've lost the battle

  7. Good video. U should’ve walked away. They’ll call u back and agree on ur price. I waited for the night market to get under armour shirts for 70k Dong. 🤓

  8. In Vietnam and Thailand, Start at 25% of the first price and dont pay more than 50% off the first price.

  9. That lady who sold you the supreme sweater sold me a t-shirt for 100,000 dong! It's funny that out of all the people you could have filmed, you filmed the exact same lady that I dealt with just two weeks ago!! It's a small world XD

  10. You scum bag foreginers should realize these people earn their life with tears and sweat. You wanna pay your " genuine" douchebag supreme crap buy it at your local freaking store and pay the full price. At the end of the day the fake and the real is all about the price , yes there are good copies and bad ones but the real ones are also made from these countries : vietnam, china, india… Stop cheaping out !

  11. I’ve been there a couple of times: these r the prices that u should buy when it comes 2 these items
    Hats: $2
    T-shirts: $5
    Sweater: $10
    Sneakers: $12-$15
    Belts: $2-5
    Wallet: $2-5
    Purses: $10-20

  12. So stressful to deal with this shit. They r all rib off. All fake merchandises. Wash one time , they shrink into a kid size. Lol

  13. That’s probably the most expensive market in Vietnam, it’s a tourist trap . From £30 to £9 ,,, only for you .

  14. I’m planning on visiting, possibly staying (if I can find a teaching job) in Ho Chi Minh City. It looks like I won’t be buying to many things. I cannot haggle at all 😩😭

  15. Know the price of some items that you may be interested in. Do some brief currency conversions before heading to the market/shop. Say a brand t-shirt is 20 dollars back home & you know you will be needing one. Convert that into the local currency, then subtract a decent bit due to said item being fake.

    Once you go in, you know the price so that when the calculator gets whipped in front of your face you won't look like a mark trying to count things out. Say it's too high & put in your own price to the calculator. They'll usually say too low/you crazy. Just say ok & walk away. They either shout you back or you go elsewhere & do the same thing. If you can't find the item anywhere else, then talk a slow walk past again without looking in & they may shout you back.

    If more tourists would go in prepared, they would never even think about trying to bump prices up to these ridiculous amount.

  16. This is exhausting. I went to a market in Penang and the guy selling the extendable back scratcher looked shocked when I just handed over what he asked.

  17. Hi there, today i visited the same market and bought pretty much the same stuff and got way better prices. Always start bargaining with 1/3 or 1/4 of the price the want. And never pay more than half the price they want. Greetings from vietnam

  18. all those people that vlog are scammed… in the netherlands you can buy an replica gucci shirt for 5 euro… our an cap for 1 euro… if i was there i would buy only for the lowest price…

  19. All that haggling makes the episode interesting viewing but in reality..just go to the op shop if you want bargain clothes without going through the same old conversations every time with the seller

  20. I feel sorry for the clothing industry as well as coffee industry. The labor or the farmer earn so little to make these cheap products. I sometime bargain in the market just for fun, eventually I would buy some goods to help the local economy. Great video!

  21. Now try bargaining at Sydney Paddy's Market. There were so difficult to bargain with. I mean i could get it lower but not as low as I wanted.

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