Well, it’s that time of Year again…the presents are unwrapped, the ill fitting clothes are sitting in a corner, devoid of any receipts and the Christmas turkey has finally been thrown out after waking to a slightly off putting smell in the kitchen.
What you may not immediately realise is that this is probably the very best time of the year for bargain hunting on eBay. Those unwanted presents are now being hastily listed on eBay before they become lost for eternity in a bag at the back of the wardrobe. Now is the perfect time to snipe something gift related; and we’re not just talking about reindeer sweaters and those annoying executive toys which are rarely even opened. You’ll find everything from bikes, to consoles; practically new and unwanted gifts.
Think of this time of year as the January sales come early on eBay and to be extra precise, the best day for picking up bargains will land on the 2nd of January as 7 day auctions beginning on Boxing day will come to a conclusion.
Ok, so we’ve established that there are bargains to be had. Now we need to address how to find the best ones. Well, if we think about how hastily people will be listing unwanted goods, given that its Boxing Day and left over turkey is beckoning, there are inevitably going to be many misspelt items being listed. This allows for the perfect opportunity to use the Goofbay Misspellings tool. Use it to discover those lazily listed items which are failing to generate the eBay viewings they probably deserve.
Now, once you’ve identified your item of choice, remember, don’t have a rush of blood and bid immediately. We all know how tempting it is to act immediately, but this is just like showing everyone your hand at a poker table. Wait until the dying seconds of an auction and then bid automatically through our Free eBay Sniper. Just can also rest happily in the satisfaction that some unlucky bidder will be screaming at their screen as your bid lands with a mere couple of seconds to go.
Happy bargain hunting and as if you need an example to get you started, here we have an opportunity for a ‘Playsation‘.