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Re: Internet dealer reduction auctions

I bought my planter from an internet auction several years ago.  It was pretty straight forward but you need to check what the auction company charges for their buyer premium.  I knew what I wanted to spend on the planter including shipping so I added all the fees to the price I was willing to pay and deducted all of those from the maximum bid I placed.  It pays to do your homework on these auctions, but they are becoming increasingly popular.  Wait until a couple hours before the posted ending time of any individual item listed on the auction and generally the most bids are placed just before the closing time.  If there are several people still actively bidding at the time of closure, usually the end time will continue to be extended in 5 minute increments.

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