Ok, guys can tune out now. That's what they did anyway when the girls wanted to go shopping. With the exception of the beautiful Turkish carpet factory and the "Chez Galip" pottery factory, most of us just bartered our way through thee bazaars and markets. Yes, you can barter in Turkey and it is usually quite easy as they will barter in Turkish lira, US dollars or Euros. They aren't very aggressive barterers, and there seems to be a set rule: they start high, you go to half, they make a little fuss, then you usually get it for half or 1/3 of the asking price. In the towns and stores, the prices are usually set, but out in the markets and small places, you can have some fun.
Cappodocia region and were quite expensive. Some people bought examples and had them shipped home.