Category Archives: BidGrid

Points to Consider When Choosing a Pattern to Help You Place Your Bids

We’ve spoken about pattern bidding on our tips page. This is the process of choosing certain bids that form a pattern on the grid. For example, you might begin with a bid on the 1p amount, choosing to proceed with bids placed at 10p intervals. So, you would then bid on 11p, 21p, 31p, and so on. There are some points to consider here though. For example, will you keep… Read More »

Should You Try the Same Amounts on the Grid in Every Auction?

Our grids are always the same. In every auction we run, we give you a grid with 20 positions running horizontally across the screen and 15 positions vertically. That means you have 300 potential spots to bid on when trying to win an auction. Of course, most auctions see a concentrated mix of bids placed at the lowest end of the bid amounts. Everyone is trying to win the auction… Read More »

3 Revealing Reasons a Last-Minute Bid Might be a Good Idea

Have you ever thought about when you place your bids on our auctions? You can place them whenever you wish, of course – when the auction goes live you can place bids to start things off. You can also place them at any time during the auction, right up to the moment it ends. However, some players prefer to place bids early, while others prefer to leave things until the… Read More »

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 »