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Is there a way, within ebay to snipe a bid at 30 seconds left or is that a feature of the non-ebay bidding tools?

 

What is the best ebay sniping tool for last minute bidding?

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56 minutes ago, Canada EH said:

Is there a way, within ebay to snipe a bid at 30 seconds left or is that a feature of the non-ebay bidding tools?

 

What is the best ebay sniping tool for last minute bidding?

sit on a bid until time runs out, if the price gets too high move on?

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There is some Software who I try to used but sadly I believe the use there own Tracking Code so I cant get a Cashback.

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Why not set a notification in your calendar? I often watch eBay listings nowadays, and I pay attention to when an item ends, as the end of the auction date is shown down to the exact minute. Free up that exact hour that the item auction is going to end, and you're golden.

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Just plan to be looking at the auction when it ends. Preferably from a desktop computer, as the eBay Android app now adds 5ish seconds every time there's a bid near the end of the auction. There's a couple of different apps I think, I've never bothered using any of them. I also believe they're against eBay's CoC, and they've become much more strict with how you become a member; so if you jeopardize your account, you might not be able to make a new one.

 

On 10/27/2018 at 9:20 PM, Canada EH said:

That is what I did, waited 5 days, almost forgot about it LOL

Why not just set a reminder in your calendar?

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At 30 seconds, I wouldn't bother. There have been so many times when an auction item price starts shooting up the last minute of the auction due to 2 or more watchers in a bidding war or one person poking at someone's bid instead of just putting their highest bid in. Very likely you'll be outbid every single time if you try to "snipe" the auction at 30 seconds. When I "snipe" an auction, I login and place my bid in the last 5 seconds. I count to 2 then hit the "bid" button. Typically it will go through with 1 to 2 seconds left. I don't even bother placing a bid any earlier. I don't get a "thrill" out of paying more for an item than necessary.

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create 2 accounts. 

 

bid with primary account and make the bid a that amounts to a  reasonable amount.

 

use the second account to bid way to high. once asked for payment, dont pay. the seller is then forced to restart the action or take the second highest bid. 

 

repeat

 

 

its evil and dont do this. 

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5 hours ago, GoldenLag said:
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create 2 accounts. 

 

bid with primary account and make the bid a that amounts to a  reasonable amount.

 

use the second account to bid way to high. once asked for payment, dont pay. the seller is then forced to restart the action or take the second highest bid. 

 

repeat

 

 

its evil and dont do this. 

Doing this will get you terminated in eBay pretty fast and you usually end up with losing your PayPal account too.

eBay takes this kinda stuff seriously, they don't like those 3rd party bidding tools either.

 

 

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22 minutes ago, campy said:

Doing this will get you terminated in eBay pretty fast and you usually end up with losing your PayPal account too.

eBay takes this kinda stuff seriously, they don't like those 3rd party bidding tools either.

 

 

Gee, i wonder why you use 2 accounts. 

 

Also you dont need a payment option to do an offer last time i checked.

 

Ebay knows of the issue. They cant do anything about it though.

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