eBay auctions are like real auctions – bidding wars can drive prices up
By Dennis Bandy
Ever wonder how people win eBay auctions by slipping in at the last second with a winning bid? They can easily win the item that you stayed up late to bid on. If this has happend to you, you’re not alone. I’ve been frustrated more than once when I lost an auction or spent time watching one, only to see the price driven up higher than regualr price. I learned about auction snipe software several years ago. I probably would have never tried it, because of the fear of giving my user name and password to a third party.
But luckily I knew someone that was very trustworthy who used auction sniper. He had used it several years, winning more than his fair share of deals on eBay. He never had an issue using the auctionsniper.com software. So I tried it and was hooked! It places your bid for you on the item you want, one second to several seconds prior to the end of the auction. I’ll never manually bid on another eBay auction. With this particular bidding software, free snipes are given out every-time someone you refer by email signs up. If you’re out of free snipes, the fee is only 1%. That’s only $1 for a hundred dollar purchase! Best of all, if you don’t win you don’t pay.
I was an eBay power-seller at one time and I could always tell when a person used a sniper software. Anyone could really tell if they knew about this great bidding tool. One of the advantages of auction sniper is that you don’t drive the item’s price up by trying to stay the top bidder during the auction. The best way to buy cheap is to swoop in at the last possible second and WIN! Who wants to stay up late waiting for an eBay auction to end so you can try to manually drop your bid in? Also what if the auction you’re interested in, ends during the day while you are at work? Many great buys can be had by taking advantage of poorly timed auctions. Auctions that end in the early morning hours, late at night, on Friday night when many people are out or during the day when most people are at work. This type of bidding also allows you to insert a MAX bid ahead of time so there’s no chance of getting caught up in a bidding war and possibly giving in to the urge to pay more than you would normally. If you haven’t tried it, you should. You can snipe on eBay and win at the last second!