Tag Archives: lowest unique bid

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 »

Minecraft: Explore or Create a New World Today

Most of us have a creative side, even if we don’t often express it. We tend to think of creative people as those who write, take photos, paint, or sculpt. Yet if you have ever played Minecraft or similar games, you know you have a creative side too. Our Minecraft auctions are always incredibly popular. We have lots of people trying to win a copy of the Minecraft game, and… Read More »

3 Reasons Mooncandles are Safer Than Regular Candles

Have you thought about entering our Mooncandles auction yet? If not, now is the ideal time. We have a set of Mooncandles available to send to the person who has chosen the lowest unique bid on our auction when it ends. If you’re wondering whether these could prove a good alternative to regular candles, read on. There are three smart reasons why they are far safer. 1: they’re pet-friendly If… Read More »

Can You Swipe Your Way to Success?

Do you recall playing Simon Says? I remember this from my youth, but since I reached adult age, I haven’t thought about it in years. Not until I saw Simon Swipe and decided to include it as one of our next auction items. It’s live now, so catch it while you can. One bid could be all it takes to win it if you guess the lowest unique bid and… 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 »