Category Archives: BidGrid

Could You Net Up to Nine Auction Prizes Per Week?

You could if you were fortunate enough to scoop nine auctions at BidGrid. Think about that – nine items won via our auctions. That would be an impressive amount over a seven-day period. It would mean winning something at least once a day, with two prizes on a couple of those days. Most people would be delighted with that outcome. Our bid limits were implemented a while back to make… Read More »

How Big is the Difference Between the Retail Price and Our Price for Auction Items?

Depending on how long you’ve been with our site, you may not have thought about this yet. Truth is, every item we put up for auction on our lowest unique bid auction site has two prices. There is the retail price, which is the amount the manufacturer suggests it should be sold for. The second price is our price, and this is always lower than the retail price. But how… Read More »

Which of These Two Board Games Would You Rather Play?

If there is one thing that we know for sure at BidGrid, it’s that our members playing board games. All the auctions we run for board games tend to be very popular. That might make you wonder whether it is worth taking part. It is, of course, because in every auction one lucky player will put in the lowest unique bid to win the item on offer. However, as with… Read More »

5 Unusual Things You Should Know About BidGrid Online Auctions

There is plenty you should know about bidding on our online auctions. You can certainly find out a lot of information simply by reading through the various areas of our site. However, it is easier to find everything in one place. That’s why I’ve put together a few useful points for you here, so you can see the essential things you need to know about taking part in BidGrid online… Read More »

Which Bid Pack Auction Should You Enter?

At the time of writing this, there are several Bid Pack auctions you could take part in. Most are for £5 bid packs. Now, maybe you never bid on these auctions, preferring instead to bid on tangible items that would be posted to you if you won. Or maybe you’ve spotted something you’d like to get anyway, so you bid on it first to see if you can win it.… Read More »