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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 »

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 »

How Do You Use Your Bid Allowance?

If you have been around the BidGrid site for a while, you will know we have imposed a limit on the number of bids a single user can make in any individual auction. You can place up to 35 bids on each one, with a limit of 10 bids per row if you wish. That means you can cover up to half the bid amounts on a single row. We… Read More »

3 Areas to Explore in Your Account

When you become a member of BidGrid, you’ll see you have an account area to access once you’ve logged in. This will reveal your details (you can change them by following the instructions if you wish), your payments, and your auctions. It’s the latter area we’re going to look at here. This area is split into three sections: My auctions My practice auctions Bid history The two auction areas make… Read More »

Try Some Tactical Bidding in the Final 12 Hours of an Auction

Most people have a few techniques or patterns they use when placing bids on our auctions. The trick is to try and get the lowest unique bid – the lowest one that doesn’t have any other bids placed on it. If you are the first to bid in an auction, you might decide to bid on the lowest 10 amounts. However, if you are bidding in the final hours of… Read More »