Tag Archives: online auction site

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 »

Grab a Bargain for Christmas: Bid on this Bottle of Paco Rabanne Ultraviolet Today

If you’re familiar with how things work here at BidGrid, you will know we guarantee you can get a bargain from us… win or lose. That applies to this smart, eye-catching bottle of Paco Rabanne Ultraviolet for Men too. Here’s the deal – this bottle usually retails for £47.50. Our price is just £35.99. That price is available to all those who take part in this auction and don’t manage… 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 »

Understanding the Different Types of Online Auctions

  If you’ve browsed the internet in search of online auction sites you’ll probably already be aware there are several types available. Understanding the differences between the various auctions available is a good idea for obvious reasons. You’ll be able to choose the type that appeals most and understand what the potential outcome could be as well. Here are three of the most familiar and most popular online auction types… Read More »

The Advantages of a Touchscreen Laptop

  A few years ago no one had ever heard of a touchscreen laptop. The idea of having anything with a touchscreen would have been weird indeed. Now though we’re all used to the idea of touchscreen tablets and phones. So the idea of a touchscreen laptop suddenly doesn’t seem quite so strange. Personally I think I’d find it a bit odd to start with, since it would be very… Read More »