In this type of auction, buyers bid until the auction ends. The item will sell to the highest bidder at the end of the auction period. Bidding starts at just $1, and the seller must sell the item to the highest bidder.
To identify a No Reserve auction, check the bidding panel for a "Reserve Not Met" Sticker. If the item DOES NOT have this sticker, then it is a No Reserve auction. Please see the examples below.
You will notice there is no "Reserve Not Met" sticker so it is a No Reserve Auction
You will notice there is a red "Reserve Not Met" sticker which means the reserve has not been met. You can read more about reserve price auctions here.
How do our No Reserve Auctions work?
In this type of auctions, buyers bid until the auction ends.
Bidding starts at $1. The item will be sold to the highest bidder.
Are you ready? Take these easy steps and start your bidding journey:
First, head to our no Reserve category.
Find the item you wish to bid on.
Set your maximum bid.
Don't have time to watch the auction closely? Relax. Our system will bid for you up to your max bid.
If you're the highest bidder, you're the winner.
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