I’m a huge fan of bagging a bargain on eBay, I’ve bought some amazing items over the years at really great prices! I’m particularly keen on buying high-end items for the kids on eBay that I wouldn’t otherwise fork out for. These items will often sell at a fraction of the price you’d find them for on the high-street.
But did you know that there’s a way you can easily save even more money on your eBay purchases? Bidkit is a fantastic eBay tool that could completely change the way you buy and save you a fortune too!
What is Bidkit?
Bidkit is a search engine to use alongside eBay. It allows you to quickly and easily search for:
- Local Deals
- Spelling Mistakes
- Daily Deals
- Unwanted Gifts
- Unwanted Prizes
- Like New
- New Buy it Nows
- Night-Time Auctions
- Penny Auctions
- Expensive Items
How Bidkit can save you money on eBay
The problem with eBay is that often popular items will draw in lots of attention, this inevitably bumps up the prices as more and more people place a bid. Sometimes though, items slip under the radar. This is where Bidkit really comes into it’s own and can help you to bag a bargain.
Spelling mistakes – if a seller lists an item and misspells the item name, the product won’t show up on a normal search and so won’t attract many buyers. By using this handy search function to hunt for misspelt items, you can find amazing bargains. I found some great prices on Harry Potter items using the Bidkit mobile app.
Night time auctions – There are key times when eBay items tend to attract the most bids and often experienced sellers will set their items to end at these times in order to reach the highest possible price. Items that end in the middle of the night won’t sell as well because inevitably they will attract fewer buyers. This means that by searching for night time auctions, you’re far more likely to find a bargain!
Bidkit for resellers
Reselling is something I really want to get into more (I just need to find a few extra hours in the day), it can be a great extra income source. Resellers will often buy job lots on eBay to sort through and sell on in the hope that they’ll make a good profit. I can see how a tool such as Bidkit would be really useful for finding bargains to make a huge profit from!