Timed online auctions on BidSpotter.com use an auto-extension function for lots. This means that if a new bid is placed within the extension period (between 1-10 minutes), time remaining on the lot automatically resets to the defined time remaining. The lot extension period is set up by the auctioneer and can vary from auction to auction.
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- I registered for an auction and the bid button is grey?
- What is a max bid?
- In a timed online auction, can the end time of a lot change?
- How do I bid in a timed online auction?
- What is a competitive autobid?
- What is a pending autobid?
- How do I know when I have successfully bid for a lot in a live auction?
- When is it too late to register for an auction? Can I register and participate in an auction after it has already started?
- How do I bid in a live webcast auction?
- How far in advance should I register for an auction?