A Mandarin Corner YouTube video shows a woman haggling over a scarf in Hong Kong.
A snippet from their dialogue:
Zhège liùshí kuài qián, kěyǐ ba?
Liùshí kuài, yào bùliǎo.
Yào bùliǎo a?
Wǒ juédé yībǎi wǔ yě tài guìle! Suànle, suànle. Nà wǒmen jiù zài kàn yīxià ba.
(She eventually gets the shopkeeper down to 65 yuan! Impressive.)
I don't understand what 要不了 (yào bùliǎo) means here. It turns up in various sentences in Jukuu.com (e.g. 要不了多久 (yào bùliǎo duōjiǔ) seems to mean "it won't take much time", and this was raised in another question) which doesn't seem relevant to the dialogue above. Youdao gives "otherwise the", which doesn't make sense.
Question: What does 要不了 in the above dialogue mean?