Access to Aucmarket Intelligence can help you make effective buying and selling decisions for your business.
Aucmarket offers rich consumer insight data about what is purchased on auction.
See all the metrics like Average Buy it Now Price, Average Bid Price and Savings Percentage so you can make an informed decision about buying and selling options.
Aucmarket will help you to conquer the auction environment in order to get more for your products by highlighting pricing trends and showing you what's popular and in demand.
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You bid up from the seller's starting price along with other buyers to get the best deal. You can watch the item to see how the bidding is going.
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A Bid Auction is where a seller sets an opening price for a product and potential buyers opt to win the product by offering a higher price (bid). This bidding process moves the price up and at the conclusion, the highest bidder wins the item.
A BIN auction is where a seller sets a fixed price for the product and a buyer can choose to pay this price and immediately win the item.
In some instances the buyer can make an offer below the fixed price giving the seller the option to accept and close the sale.