🉐 Meaning: Read as ‘toku’ in Japanese and ‘de’ in Chinese, this kanji character is printed in white on a bright red circle. The 🉐 Japanese ‘Bargain’ Button emoji signifies a bargain and the act of gaining, advantages and profits based on the letter used here.
How and When to Use the 🉐 Japanese ‘Bargain’ Button Emoji
- Also known as ‘haggling’, bargaining is the act of negotiating the price for little. If observed closely, this interpretation could be used metaphorically too. For instance, “Gotta pay the price for whatever you want in life, son 🉐”.
- You could also use 🉐 while informing that this mode of shopping transactions will not be entertained (or will be) at any given event. Like, “Bargain pieces of art is offensive in my opinion🉐”.
- The kanji character, however, means ‘gain’; the act of gaining, genuine gains, profiting, or even just the essence of gaining. For example, “It’s depressing that people celebrate victories by causing death 🉐” or “Endure the pain, enjoy the gain 🉐”.
- If you’re a pro bargainer, you may use 🉐 in your social media profiles or bios that are bound to gain attention, like your public profile on a dating app. It also acts as a great ice-breaker.
- 🉐 Gain
- 🉐 Bargain
- 🉐 Japanese Button For Bargain
- 🉐 Toku (Japanese)
- 🉐 De (Chinese)
- 🉐 Acquire/Acquisition
- 🉐 Japanese Sign Meaning ‘Bargain’
- 🉐 Circled Ideograph Advantage