Tony would like to serve delicious fresh lobster at his family reunion; he and Codfish head to the shore to dicker for it. Clint, Nate and Bruce agree to clean up a hoarder's barn, hoping to buy some of his precious keepsakes.
Tony, Codfish and Duke go out to get their hands on nine acres of prime land that they can turn around quick. Mitch turns up with empty jam jars; he wants Yummy to make a batch of his famous jam and find a place to sell it for fun and profit.
In order to raise the property value, Tony, Codfish and Duke use their bargaining skills to remodel their old hunting lodge. Clint and Bruce have a bet going to see who can find and fix up the coolest vintage vehicle.
Tony and Codfish pick up a few musical instruments they find in Uncle Henry's and resell them to their music-shop buddy Mark for a fair profit. Yummy's accepted a letter from the town council kindly asking that he clean up the mess in his yard.
Yummy and Mitchell make a deal to sell prized motorcycles while Tony and Codfish bargain for antique horse-drawn sleighs. Clint barters his way into building a custom staircase railing for an old buddy.
When Tony's favourite truck breaks down, he and Codfish are forced into an escalating series of haggles to stave off a big repair bill. At the Dickering Days swap meet, Bruce and the Morin Brothers go head to head in a dickering prank.
Tony's streak of unsuccessful dickers takes a turn for the better when his partner, Codfish, returns from vacation. Yummy and Mitchell find creative ways to dicker their way out of debt, and Speedy and Tinman do an odd job.
With birthdays approaching fast, Tony, Codfish and Duke haggle to organise a money-making birthday extravaganza at the local racetrack. Meanwhile, Clint's keen to please one of his favourite friends after arranging a big trade with her.