- Penny Auction The final price will increase by $.01 each time that a bid is placed.
- 2 Cent Auction The final price will increase by $.02 each time that a bid is placed.
- Beginner Auction SportsBidding.com created Beginner Auctions to offer our new users the opportunity to get their first first win win while becoming comfortable with the bidding process. If a user is currently the winning bidder of a beginner auction, they will not be able to place any bids in other beginner auctions. Once a user has won a Beginner Auction, they will no longer be eligible to participate in beginner auctions.
What to Do After You Win an AuctionCongratulations! First, you will confirm and pay for your winning auction item. When the auction ends, you will be re-directed to a page where you'll be asked to confirm that you won the item. This page also provides details on how to pay for the auction item. Keep in mind that you will never pay more than $25! SportsBidding.com will confirm your win and then you will authorize payment - regardless if it is your first win or 100th win. Once you confirm and pay for item, we’ll send you a confirmation email and ship your item to you. In that email we will provide you with tracking information on your shipment. If the item hasn’t arrived within 14 days of our confirmation of your payment, please contact us at email@example.com. You must confirm and pay for your win within 7 days after the auction has ended. If you don't confirm within this time frame, we will assume you no longer want the item. Back To Top When Does an Auction End? Each auction ends when the timer reaches zero on the SportsBidding.com servers. Back To Top Why is Time Added to the Auction Clock? We add time to clock every time a user places a bid. This gives enough time for someone else to make the decision to bid if they are interested which is similar to the “Going once, Going twice, SOLD!” approach of traditional auctions. The amount of time that will be added to the auction timer varies depending on the particular auction in increments of 10, 15, or 20 seconds. This increments made aware by the label that is located on every auction page to the left of the timer. Back To Top Can I Bid If I Live Outside the US? Absolutely! We have quite a number of international members that participate in SportsBidding.com. Back To Top How Can I Watch an Auction? If you see an auction you want to watch, you may click "Add Auction to Watchlist" located in the "My SportsBidding.com" section of the website. What's the Difference Between the Auction Ending Price and the Value Price? Auction End price The auction end price is the price of the auction item when the timer reaches zero. The winner will purchase the auction item for that price.
Value price The value price is listed as an indication of the market value of the product.