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(09-21-2011 01:34 AM)nolan5000 Wrote: Does it cost anything to use the sniper programs when bidding on eBay? If so, how much? What are some common sniper programs?
Any assistance will be most appreciated!!
(09-21-2011 02:03 AM)agentjak Wrote: ........................The one I like the most and the only one i've been using for the past 5 years or so is http://www.bidnip.com ....and yes it costs about .24 per snipe up to what, .34 per snipe depending on how many you buy..But bidnip starting offering a yearly one time fee..Something like $55 for a whole year, regardless of how many you use..This is a great deal if you buy alot of stuff, which I do..On a personal note, I cannot tell you how much money i've saved using a sniper program..I rarely ever ever throw a bid out there now, until the last few moments and once you start using a program you'll understand what i mean..Hope this helped you somewhat...
(09-21-2011 02:16 AM)jwest1334 Wrote: I use Gixen. not too sure what the cost is after a certain amount of snipes, but it is enough for me to use free so far. I have been using it for about 2 months and have sniped 7-10 items. It works very well, and I agree it will definitely save you some money. They best way for my is to put in my absolute max, set it up on a snipe, and see what happens. If i don't win oh well, It was over my max price. If i do win, then score. It almost always comes in under my max price.
(09-21-2011 03:27 AM)jwest1334 Wrote: yeah, for example if you set a snipe up now, it will bid with about 12 seconds left in the auction regardless of what time you set it up.