Friday, 5 January 2018

Grab A Luxury Bargain With BidKit For eBay

We all like a bargain don't we, whether that is grabbing a designer coat in the January sales or getting reduced bread in the supermarket. I mean how many of us can resist a bargain?

If you like shopping on eBay, there is a tool that you may find useful to grab those amazing bargains - Bidkit. Bidkit is a website and also an app that makes searching on eBay so much easier. 



On the left-hand side of the website, are the important sections. 



Local Deals, allow you to search for items within a 50-mile radius via postcode. This is a great idea for collection only bargains, often those items that are too big, awkward or valuable to post like bikes, cars and fragile items. You can sort the results by nearest to you, ending soonest or newly listed. Perfect for picking up that second-hand car or vintage china.




Spelling Mistakes. Did you know that there are an enormous array of items on eBay that never reach a high bid because the item is spelt wrong? The Spelling Mistakes section on BidKit helps you use this to your advantage. For example, you may find a Swarovski Crystal necklace, a Tag Heuer watch or Converse trainers for the kids that are listed incorrectly, with a spelling mistake in the brand's name. BidKit allows you to input the keyword and then it will find you misspellings you can use to save you money.




Daily Deals allows you to browse eBay daily deals whilst Unwanted Gifts and Unwanted Prizes searches through these sections for you. A minimum and maximum prize are useful as well as optional keywords.




Like New is a great category as it allows you to search for those items newly listed and tagged 'like new' or 'worn once'. When you are looking for an item that is in super condition but you still want to save the pennies this category is invaluable. Maybe you want to buy that designer handbag but don't have the cash to pay for a brand new one then this is the category for you. 




New Buy It Now lets you search for items that have only just been listed whilst Zero Bids shows you items that have, you guessed it, zero bids. This last category is brilliant when you haven't got the time to wait until the end of the auction, as you can see what's ending soonest too. Being able to search for these newly listed in the Like New category means you can be the first to nab a bargain. 




Nighttime Auction allows you to search for items that finish when most people are asleep. You can search for items finishing 1am to 7am so it's a great way of finding that must have item when most people won't be on eBay. 




Penny Auctions allows you to find auctions that are currently listed as 1p with free p & p whilst Zero Bids allows you to search for items with no bids.



Lastly, Expensive Auctions lets you search for the most expensive auctions on eBay. Did you know that there are a number of villas for sale as well as luxury cars? I found a house for £610,000 and a Porsche 911 for £65,000. 

Bidkit is available from the website online and with the Bidkit app available for IOS so you can bid on the go. It's simple to use, free of charge and of course, it could also save you a fortune! If you are looking for a bargain, check out the website, you have nothing to lose and you could have much to gain. 

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8 comments

  1. I do love a bargain, but never heard of this app before. It'll make my eBay shopping a lot easier now! x

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  2. This sounds interesting. I love finding bargains due to spelling mistakes!

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  3. What an amazing app. I use ebay loads to sell and buy so this will be so helpful for me. i also do the spelling mistake trick and its gotten me some lovely bargains in the past. Thanks for the tip x

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  4. This sounds like a great app, I have not shopped on Ebaty before but this would be very helpful for me when I need to.

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  5. My mum told me the 'spelling mistake' tip too. Love it.

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  6. Bidkit sounds like a great app to get a deal on ebay, I am going to check it out.I am always looking for food props and often loose the bid as its closed or taken before I get to it.

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  7. I haven't heard of this before but it sounds really interesting. i do love a bargain! Kaz

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  8. Ooooo! I love love love this!
    Who doesn't love a bargin - Thanks so much for sharing this hun.
    Off to spend some money I don't have LOL
    Charlotte x

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