Best Penny Auction Sites
Frank Rozal

Salt Lake City, UT

#1 Oct 15, 2012
I have been investigating penny auction sites and I really want to invite all to comment on this that have info. I get the feeling that they are great and have potential for getting great deals, I have even found a few of the websites...www.pennywizard.com . I am just curious if you all know where the catch is? Thank you for commenting!
Steven

Mill Valley, CA

#2 Oct 16, 2012
Check out Gigazz.com . It is a great site with an incredible selection. You can tell it is not an "out of the box" site. Definitely a step above the rest!
Do Dong Minh

Singapore, Singapore

#3 Oct 17, 2012
Hi all. This is the new Penny auction site, will launch soon.
Register now and you get 5 free bids.
Grab your chances, only 10000 free bids left
Register here
www.funkyshark.com/...
Jake

Dover, NJ

#4 Nov 12, 2012
I use Bidcactus all the time and I get really nice items for extremely cheap prices. Also, the bids are only $.75 a piece so I think that's one of the cheapest out there. For more information go to this link.
http://gan.doubleclick.net/gan_click...
Tommy

Irving, TX

#5 Nov 29, 2012
It does depend what you are looking for I have used all of the sites above and hands down pennywizard.com is the BEST PENNY AUCTION SITE!
BidPit

Glendale, CA

#6 Dec 3, 2012
Hello all-

Head over to BidPit.com and check us out! We are a new Penny Auction Site with plenty of Patent Pending features to experience including User, Interest Only and PitStop Auctions. We are the 1st Penny Auction site to offer User Auctions, allowing you to hold your own penny auctions!

Thank You
BidPit Team
www.BidPit.com
James Tylor

Bangalore, India

#8 Sep 16, 2013
I suggest you to visit website ofBidSerious a brand new penny auction websitewhere you can find awesome deals. It has very simple procedures of bidding with no hidden fees. You can expect great deals every day.
Jerry

Dublin, Ireland

#9 Nov 9, 2013
Has anyone checked out this new cool auction site www.ie.auctions3c.com ?? It appears to have great deals going all the time.
FEDUP

Newport, OR

#10 Mar 29, 2014
BUYER BEWARE the FTC warns consumers that penny auctions are scams

here is an example from one investigator.

I bought $60 in bids and got in on an iPad auction. I bid occasionally, trying to time it when the counter neared zero, but I quickly blew 40 bucks in bids. Someone always jumped in at the last second, usually someone using the automated bid setting. So I signed up for automated bids myself, and I was amazed. My $20-worth of remaining bids flew out in 24 seconds. And I didn't win. My 60 bucks was goners! In fact, I watched the most aggressive bidder make 30 bids a minute for 2 more hours until the auction ended. 3600 bids, at a minimum 55 cents a bid. That's $1980 for a device that costs retail $499, and that guy didn't even win!

I have never and will never fall for the scam of penny auctions.

You have been warned
FEDUP

Newport, OR

#11 Mar 29, 2014
FTC Warnings
The FTC has offered warnings on penny auctions, state consumer protection agencies have filed complaints, and there are class action lawsuits pending against many of these sites. Just as an example: Penny auction site Skoreit listed the retail price of an Invicta Speedway watch as $895 so bidders will really go all out, but when I checked Amazon, I found it for $299.

These sites bill themselves as "entertainment shopping" that's like calling the craps table "entertainment banking." Penny Auctions are thinly veiled gambling and the odds are NOT in your favor.
Nora

United States

#12 Mar 30, 2014
FEDUP wrote:
FTC Warnings
The FTC has offered warnings on penny auctions, state consumer protection agencies have filed complaints, and there are class action lawsuits pending against many of these sites. Just as an example: Penny auction site Skoreit listed the retail price of an Invicta Speedway watch as $895 so bidders will really go all out, but when I checked Amazon, I found it for $299.
These sites bill themselves as "entertainment shopping" that's like calling the craps table "entertainment banking." Penny Auctions are thinly veiled gambling and the odds are NOT in your favor.
. Please be warned. This person is telling it right.
PrivResearch

Skopje, Macedonia

#13 Jun 12, 2014
www.tripleclicks.com/14356274.1010/pbgw
Pricebenders is a great page for penny auction.

Pricebenders™ Auctions deliver brand new (and, occasionally, refurbished), brand name merchandise (Apple, Samsung, LG...), gift cards, and more at prices that are far below typical retail. In fact, prices start at just $.01 (yes, just one cent!). With each bid received, the price increases by just one cent. The final bidder may then buy the item for the ending price (usually a fraction of the normal retail price).
TripleClicks TCredits are used for bidding. TCredits are available in paks of 1, 10, 20, 50, and 200...and for as little as $.29 apiece

Once you've got your TCredits, you're ready to start bidding

Special note: With Pricebenders™, even when you don't win the auction, you still win!...because for every bid, you earn Member points reward (MPR). MRPs can be redeemed on tens of thousands of different TripleClicks products and services and music downloads.

One more thing: Each Pricebenders™ Auction also includes a Pick-The-Price (PTP) contest, in which TC Members may win 100 FREE TCredits that can be used for bidding on future Pricebenders auctions, music downloads, listing no-longer-needed stuff for sale on TripleClicks, purchasing products, and more. It's only 1 TCredit to enter, and you'll also pick up 5 MPR with your entry. Just log in at TripleClicks at the start of each new feature auction and click the Pick-The-Price Contest button. Then, just submit the amount you think will be the winning price of the item. You can enter each time we start a new auction, so you'll have multiple chances to win each day. If no one predicts the exact final price, the person who is closest without going over wins 25 FREE TCredits. In the event of a tie, the person who posted the winning prediction first will receive either the 100 or 25 FREE TCredits prize, whichever is applicable.
Thomas

Bowling Green, KY

#14 Jun 26, 2014
We actually have a new site that we just launched which is http://www.trendipenny.com . We actually have some "No jumper" auctions which help people to ensure they get a good deals and lower competition.
FEDUP

Newport, OR

#15 Jul 1, 2014
PrivResearch wrote:
www.tripleclicks.com/14356274. 1010/pbgw
Pricebenders is a great page for penny auction.
Pricebenders™ Auctions deliver brand new (and, occasionally, refurbished), brand name merchandise (Apple, Samsung, LG...), gift cards, and more at prices that are far below typical retail. In fact, prices start at just $.01 (yes, just one cent!). With each bid received, the price increases by just one cent. The final bidder may then buy the item for the ending price (usually a fraction of the normal retail price).
TripleClicks TCredits are used for bidding. TCredits are available in paks of 1, 10, 20, 50, and 200...and for as little as $.29 apiece
Once you've got your TCredits, you're ready to start bidding
Special note: With Pricebenders™, even when you don't win the auction, you still win!...because for every bid, you earn Member points reward (MPR). MRPs can be redeemed on tens of thousands of different TripleClicks products and services and music downloads.
One more thing: Each Pricebenders™ Auction also includes a Pick-The-Price (PTP) contest, in which TC Members may win 100 FREE TCredits that can be used for bidding on future Pricebenders auctions, music downloads, listing no-longer-needed stuff for sale on TripleClicks, purchasing products, and more. It's only 1 TCredit to enter, and you'll also pick up 5 MPR with your entry. Just log in at TripleClicks at the start of each new feature auction and click the Pick-The-Price Contest button. Then, just submit the amount you think will be the winning price of the item. You can enter each time we start a new auction, so you'll have multiple chances to win each day. If no one predicts the exact final price, the person who is closest without going over wins 25 FREE TCredits. In the event of a tie, the person who posted the winning prediction first will receive either the 100 or 25 FREE TCredits prize, whichever is applicable.
I see the Penny Auction promoters are posting ads here promoting how new and improved they are.I wont fall for it.Take your lies and promotions elsewhere

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