If you’ve ever bid on a big-ticket item you know that it can sometimes run on for multiple hours. You could always sit there and wait it out, sacrificing eating and sleeping – or you can use penny auction auto-bidding tools.
Auto-bidding Tools For Penny Auctions
Almost all of the major penny auction websites offer some form of auto-bidding tool. It’s a life saver when you need to go to bed or work. This software lets you choose the maximum amount of bids you would like to place during a specific number of hours. When you come back to your computer you’ll still be in the game…beside everyone else.
Here’s a list of the bidding-toll that is used for each penny auction website. We provide a simple description, but suggest you read up on the specifics of each tool on their matching site.
Bid-O-Matic is used for the Quibids penny auction website. It allows you to choose the specific price at which point it will automatically turn on, and the exact number of bids you would like to place there-after.
BidRunner is the software that is used with HappyBidDay. It features an option to enter a specific number of bids, and the price you would like to start and end can be entered.
AutoBeezid is the software used for Beezid. It features an option to enter the total number of bids, starting price and ending price.
BeezidSniper is Beezid’s other auto-bid software. It features the same things as AutoBeezid, but does not discriminate against a winning bid that is lower than your starting price. It will automatically keep you in the auction if the item goes for lower than expected.
BidBuddy is the software used by DealDash. It features an option to enter the total number of bids you wish to place, and then will place bids periodically, especially in the last few seconds of an auction.
EZ-Buddy is the software used by Zbiddy. It features an option to enter the total number of bids you wish to place, a starting price, and an ending price.
AutoBidder is the software used by OrangeBidz. It features an option to set the range you wish to autobid on, and the maximum amount you would like each bid to be.