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[quote="mario"]$180, unless if multiple item auction, in which case the calculation is more complicated.[/quote]
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Posted: Sat Aug 22, 2009 6:31 pm
Actually, it is slightly more complicated than that. Here are the the possibilities:
1. If $170 is the opening bid and nobody else bids, you will win it for $170.
2. If someone bid exactly $170 and that is the current bid and nobody else bids, then you will win it for $172.50, as Mario indicated.
3. If someone else bid
than $170 and the current bid is $170, then there is no way to know ahead of time what you would win it for if nobody else bid. The winning bidder could have bid $600, for example, in which case you would lose and he would win for $600.
See eBay's bidding help page at
Posted: Sat Aug 22, 2009 5:46 pm
To be more correct, it's the current high bid + bid increment, so in this case it would be 172.50.
Posted: Sat Aug 22, 2009 5:44 pm
$180, unless if multiple item auction, in which case the calculation is more complicated.
Posted: Sat Aug 22, 2009 5:32 pm
Post subject: Bidding Question.
Hi, the current bid of an item I wanted is $170. As the item is quite expensive, I expect the price to soar to >$600. I was wondering if I put in a bid of $600 in Gixen.com and no one actually bidded for this item, will I get it for $180 or $600?
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