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Penny Auction Auto Bidding

There are many things that last a very, very long time.

The helium in the sun.

Boring movies.

Penny Auctions.

Yup, penny auctions can last a seriously long time. This is actually one of the biggest factors in determining whether many people win or lose their penny auctions. Let’s say that you start bidding on something that you really, really, really want at 7pm.

Let’s say it’s an iPad for little Johnny. Before you know it, it’s midnight and the auction doesn’t show any signs of slowing down. You have work in the morning and you’re presenting the BIG presentation first thing.

What are you going to do? Stay up and keep bidding or go to sleep like a normal person? In all reality, this auction could still be running in the morning when you wake up. You just don’t know.

So what’s the solution?

Penny auction automatic bidding tools.

Sanctioned Auto-Bidding Tools for Penny Auctions

Believe it or not but most penny auction sites offer their own automatic bidding tools. Actually, it’s not that hard to believe at all. The sites want your money. What better way to get it than to get it automatically?

In general, you can set different rules and conditions for your bids and then you can walk away from your computer, catch a few zzzz’s and the auto-bidding program will take care of it all for you.

So let’s revisit our earlier scenario. It’s midnight and you have to go to bed because you have the aforementioned BIG presentation to deliver in the morning. You can set up your bidding tools to make 100 bids over the next two hours. The auto-bidder will do exactly what you tell it. This gives you a chance to win the auction.

See the problem? It also gives everyone else out there who needs to go to bed the same chance. Most likely, you can kiss those bids goodbye.

Here’s a rundown of all the different tools for the different sites:

Auto-Bidding on Quibids

Bid-O-Matic is the name of Quibids automated bidding tool. Bid-O-Matic is started when a user sets a ‘bid from price’ which is the price at which the auto-bidder will turn on and the number of bids to be placed.

  • When it bids: During the last 20 seconds (although you can’t control exactly when)
  • How many bids can it place per campaign: Minimum of 3, maximum of 25
  • How many can be set simultaneously: 1 per auction, as many as you want in total
  • Can it be deactivated? Yes (at any time)
  • Restrictions: Cannot be activated when there are less than 2 seconds on the clock and some auctions don’t allow it at all.
  • Try Bid-O-Matic

Auto-bidding on HappyBidDay

BidRunner is the name of HappyBidDay’s auto-bidding tool. BidRunner is started when a user enters in a ‘bid from’ (the price at which it will turn on) amount, a ‘bid to’ (the price at which it will turn off) amount and the total number of bids to be spent.

  • When it bids: Randomly during the final few seconds
  • How many bids can it place per campaign: Up to 400 bids
  • How many can be set simultaneously: 1 per auction, 2 at any one time
  • Can it be deactivated? No. Once it’s started, it cannot be stopped
  • Restrictions: New customers cannot set more than 50 bids at a time
  • Try BidRunner

Auto-bidding on Beezid

AutoBeezid is the name of one of Beezid.com’s automated bidding tool. Like HappybidDay, AutoBeezid is started when a user enters in a ‘bid from’ (the price at which it will turn on) amount, a ‘bid to’ (the price at which it will turn off) amount and the total number of bids to book.

  • When it bids: During the last few seconds
  • How many bids can it place per campaign: Varies but usually 50-100 bids per campaign
  • How many can be set simultaneously: No restrictions
  • Can it be deactivated? Yes
  • Restrictions: None
  • Try AutoBeezid

BeezidSniper is Beezid’s other auto-bid tool. The reason BeezidSniper was put into place is to account for the fact that many bidders would miss out with AutoBeezid because the ‘bid from’ price was never met. With snipers, the bidder simply determines the number of bids to place and Beezid will place them at any price, as long as the auction gets down to just a few seconds.

  • When it bids: During the last 3 seconds
  • How many bids can it place per campaign: Up to 10 bids except during turbo auctions where it’s 20 bids (this is noted on each auction page)
  • How many can be set simultaneously: Any number
  • Can it be deactivated? Yes
  • Restrictions: None
  • Try BeezidSniper

Auto-bidding on DealDash

BidBuddy is the name of DealDash’s auto-bidding tool. On DealDash, BidBuddy is initiated by entering the number of bids and hitting ‘start’ (no start and stop points are needed). The tool will then place bids for you in the final few seconds of the auction.

  • When it bids: During the last few seconds of the auction
  • How many bids can it place per campaign: No limits
  • How many can be set simultaneously: Any number
  • Can it be deactivated? Yes
  • Restrictions: None
  • Try BidBuddy

Auto-bidding on Zbiddy

EZ-Buddy is the name of Zbiddy’s bidding tool. Simply set a start and stop price range and the number of bids to place and EZ-Buddy takes care of the rest.

  • When it bids: Either randomly or it can wait for 10 seconds on the clock
  • How many bids can it place per campaign: 2-25 per auction
  • How many can be set simultaneously: Any number
  • Can it be deactivated? Yes
  • Restrictions: None
  • Try EZ-Buddy

Auto-bidding on OrangeBidz.com

AutoBidder is the name of OrangeBidz’s approved automatic bidding tool. AutoBidder is built into the website works like this:

  1. Set the range that you wish autobidder to bid for you
  2. Set max bids amount you want to use

When you buy new bids on OrangeBidz, Autobidder must be refreshed. Try OrangeBidz.

Unsanctioned Auto Bidding Tools

As with anything that has to do with computers and programs, there are multiple programs out there that can do things that aren’t exactly allowed. The same goes for automatic bidding programs. These are NOT permitted for use. Some of the tools offer the same exact features as the sanctioned tools but without all of those pesky restrictions. Other programs will actually offer advanced logic that will give the bidders an advantage.

It’s clear to see why they are not allowed.

We do not believe that these programs should be used for two main reasons:

  1. They can cause higher prices for everyone by creating an unfair bidding environment.
  2. These tools rarely work as intended or as advertised. Most penny auction sites know enough that these programs are out there and they implement their own strategies to make third party automatic bidding programs and tools not work.

We’ve tried them out as part of our research and we do not believe that they are reliable.

2017-05-18T18:37:11+00:00