Tag Archives: bidding

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 »

Are You Ready for Some Festive Bidding?

Are you making plans for the festive season yet? With December just around the corner, Christmas suddenly seems a lot closer. While your mind is probably on buying gifts, making plans, and buying outfits for party season, it’s good to get some downtime as well. BidGrid has some treats in store for you this festive season, so make sure you stay close and see what we’ve got in our stocking.… Read More »

3 Reasons Why You Should Bid Before You Buy a Bid Pack

As you may know, our bid packs come in five convenient sizes. You can select a £5 bid pack or go all out and purchase a £100 bid pack. Discounts are given for bid packs worth £15 and up. The more you buy, the bigger the discount. It takes just a few moments to buy the bid pack you’d like. Whichever one you choose is then instantly deposited into your… Read More »

Hurry Ending Soon! Are You Going to Place any Last-Minute Bids?

When you visit our active auctions page, you’re likely to notice a few things. Firstly, there are often 20+ auctions taking place – live auctions you can bid on now. Secondly, some of those auctions have less time to run than others. We use a series of coloured banners on our auction items to indicate which ones are finishing soon: Green banner – indicates those auctions with less than 24… Read More »