What is PriceBenders Auctions?
If you are looking for items to buy for bargain prices (like me) it’s a good idea to take a look at Pricebenders auctions. iPad mini’s, Samsung Galaxy smartphones even Chromebooks and lots of other stuff go for a fraction of the original price. Pricebenders auction is like a regular auction, the difference is you need TCredits to bid. Al PriceBenders Auctions are digital and take place at TripleClicks.
How do I start bidding?
At first, you need:
- SFI / TripleClicks account. Go here to get one for free today.
- You need to buy some TCredits.
- Check for an item you wish to buy here.
Once the item auction starts you can bid as long as you have TCredits in your account.
Steps to follow
Step 1: go to TripleClicks.com
Step 2: go to the Auctions tab
Step 3: choose one the desired items, or click ‘Remind me’ if it is not available yet.
Step 4: check the price. Still low? Just wait and keep an eye on it for a while.
Step 5: bid when the timer reaches zero over and over again, use the Autobidder (just fill in the numbers, piece of cake)
Step 6: Win the auction, Succes!
- Use the Auto-bid tool
- Look for regular item auctions or consider some of the less-expensive items. Generally, fewer people bid on cheaper items and, again, fewer bidders mean your chances of winning are higher.
- Determine a bid budget and stick to it.
- Watch the auction timer. If the counter almost reaches zero again and again before starting over, it means that there are probably not very many members bidding on that item and that means your chances of winning are higher.
- time your bids wisely. This is a vital factor to winning. Bidding right after the start of an auction, for example, is usually a waste of TCredits, Protip: wait until the price is ‘high’ enough to bid, do some research on closed auctions.
- purchase your TCredits for bids in bulk if you can. In this way, you’ll minimize your cost per TCredit (as low as $0.29 each) and ensure you’ll have as many as you need to complete an auction. Running out of TCredits at the last moment can be costly…and heartbreaking!
If you have any questions feel free to ask or post a comment,