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We’ve included a list of common questions about penny auctions and penny auction bidding.
Beezid FAQs (2)
Auto-bidding on Beezid AutoBeezid is the name of one of Beezid.com’s automated bidding tools. Like HappybidDay, AutoBeezid is started when a user enters in a ‘bid from’ (the price at which it will turn on) amount, a ‘bid to’ (the … Read review —>
Beezid.com’s Buy It penny auctions allow penny auction losers to apply the value of lost bids on any auctions towards the purchase of the product for retail value. … Read review —>
BidCactus FAQs (2)
Auto-bidding on BidCactus AutoBidder is the aptly-named auto bidding tool used on Bidcactus.com. AutoBidder can be set simply by determining the number of bids you want it to place for you. When it bids: You set the bidding time How … Read review —>
BidCactus offers Buy It auctions where any auction loser can apply the value of lost bids (on that auction) towards purchasing the product for retail value. … Read review —>
Bidz.com FAQs (3)
Bidz.com is not a penny auction. While Bidz.com promotes huge savings similar to that of penny auctions, bidders are not required to pay for bids on this auction website. The end user only pays the final auction closing price plus … Read review —>
Bids do not cost anything on Bidz.com. Bidz is not a penny auction or pay-per-bid auction.
Bidz.com often offers free shipping on items over $59. Each auction page has shipping details on the auction page. Click the link and a pop-up window will display any shipping charges that apply. … Read review —>
DealDash FAQs (2)
Auto-bidding on DealDash BidBuddy is the name of DealDash’s auto-bidding tool. On DealDash, BidBuddy is initiated by entering the number of bids and hitting ‘start’ (no start and stop points are needed). The tool will then place bids for you … Read review —>
DealDash has Buy It auctions where auction losers can get all their lost bids (for a given auction) replenished if they pay for the item at retail value. … Read review —>
HappyBidDay FAQs (6)
Yes, HappyBidDay.com offers Buy It on almost every auction. HappyBidDay’s Buy It works like this- Let’s say you spend 300 bids on any given TV auction and lose. If you choose to the buy the TV at their listed price, … Read review —>
HappyBidDay offers Happy Auctions, a free-to-participate auction type. Basically, they give you tons of ‘Happy’ bids (free) which allow to to participate in their free auctions. In general, they only auction lower-end products and bid packages in these auctions but … Read review —>
HappyBidDay offers a number of different ways to get free bids. First, they give you a bunch of Happy Bids (50) when you sign-up. They also give you a pretty heavy discount on your first bid package if you use … Read review —>
Auto-bidding on HappyBidDay BidRunner is the name of HappyBidDay’s auto-bid tool. BidRunner starts when a user enters in a ‘bid from’ (the price at which it will turn on) amount, a ‘bid to’ (the price at which it will turn … Read review —>
HappyBidday offers Buy It auctions where auction losers can get all their lost bids (for a given auction) replenished if they choose to pay for the item at retail value. … Read review —>
First, there is a slideshare presentation of this HappyBidDay Review here: HappyBidDay Reviews from BestPennyAuctionSites Next, there is a Youtube Video review of happybidday available as well: … Read review —>
OrangeBidz FAQs (4)
OrangeBidz.com is stingy with free bids, just like Quibids is. Currently, you can get 2 free bids for signing-up at OrangeBidz but there are no coupon codes. … Read review —>
OrangeBidz.com offers Buy It auctions where auction losers can get all their lost bids (for a given auction) replenished if they choose to pay for the item at retail value. Since shipping is free, this feature makes auction bidding a … Read review —>
AutoBidder is the name of OrangeBidz’s approved auto-bidding tool. AutoBidder is built into the website works like this: Set the range that you wish autobidder to bid for you Set max bids amount you want to use When you buy … Read review —>
OrangeBidz does not have a great search utility. The only way to really find auctions is to scroll through the upcoming auctions.
Penny Auctions (6)
The question about whether or not penny auctions are scams is one of the most commonly asked questions about penny auctions that we’ve ever heard. In our opinion, penny auctions are NOT spams, just by being penny auctions. That is, … Read review —>
Penny auctions typically get their merchandise from the same places that most other retailers do. Penny auctions are able to sell merchandise at lower prices because they make their money on bid sales.
Penny auctions make their money by selling bid and bid packages. While they lose money on each auction, a successful penny auction makes it back plus some on the bid packages sales.
Winning penny auctions takes a bit of strategy. As a new bidder it’s really important to do some homework before jumping into penny actions and having a bad experience. Some quick penny auction tips to consider as a new bidder: … Read review —>
Understanding how penny auctions work is pretty simple. Penny auctions are an online auction format where users have to pay to participate in auctions. This typically means that penny auction participants need to purchase ‘bid packages’, each of which contains … Read review —>
This is a great question. Like many other traditional auctions, a penny auction does not an official end time. Rather, the first time that the clock approaches 0:00 is actually technically called the beginning. Each time a bid is placed, … Read review —>
Quibids FAQs (6)
Quibids is a penny auction site which offers Buy Now, a feature which allows penny auction losers to apply the value of the bids they lost to the purchase price of an auctions. Here’s how it works- Let’s say you … Read review —>
Yes, according to their help documentation and our bidding experiences, Quibids only auctions brand new, factory-sealed auction items.
Quibids bids are $0.60 each, almost always. Quibids is the only penny auction website that we know of which sticks very firmly to their bid prices. We rarely see any sort of discount on Quibids bids. In fact, the only … Read review —>
Auto-bidding on Quibids Yes, Bid-O-Matic is the name of Quibids auto bidding software. Bid-O-Matic is started when a user sets a ‘bid from price’ (the price at which it will turn on) and the number of bids to be placed. … Read review —>
Quibids offers Buy It penny auctions where auction losers can apply the value of lost bids on any auctions towards purchasing the product for retail value. … Read review —>
Every new bidder should consider these tips when bidding on Quibids auctions: Quibids Tip 1: Watch several auctions before you start to bid Quibids Tip 2: Review the “Statistics” tab on your items before entering in an auction. These are … Read review —>
Zbiddy FAQs (4)
Zbiddy provides a number of great tips for beginners. Some of the best are: Be patient and watch each auction and pay attention to bidder behavior (we actually recommend this for all penny auctions!) Keep an eye out for the … Read review —>
As with any penny auction, bidders always want to know how to get free bids on Zbiddy. Here are a few ways we know of: Sign-up and get a free bids with your 1st bid package puchase Once your a … Read review —>
Auto-bidding on Zbiddy EZ-Buddy is the name of Zbiddy’s bidding tool. Simply set a start and stop price range and the number of bids to place and EZ-Buddy takes care of the rest. When it bids: Either randomly or it … Read review —>
Zbiddy offers Buy It Now penny auctions where auction losers can apply the value of lost bids on any auctions towards purchasing the product for the stated retail value. … Read review —>