Another 75,000 Items Sold; Plus bidStart Recommends Auction Hunters Tonight on SpikeTV
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Another 75,000 Items Sold
With just under 75,000 items being sold in March, bidStart has concluded another stellar month. As a member of bidStart, we'd like to thank you for your continued business and for continuing to make bidStart the top marketplace for collectibles. We'd also like to remind you that bidStart is known for our unrivaled customer support, so if you ever have a question or comment, feel free to contact us. You can even reply directly to this email if you'd like!
bidStart Recommends Auction Hunters on SpikeTV
As a member of our community, we know that you enjoy collectibles as much as we do. Which is why we'd like to share with you one of our favorite TV shows: Auction Hunters. Auction Hunters hits the road and returns for a second season Tuesday, April 5 at 10PM/9c on SpikeTV.
What's the show about? Just click below to watch a 30 second trailer, and/or read their official description below:
Every year in America, 50,000 storage facilities hold auctions for abandoned storage units and, at these auctions, over $1 billion worth of goods changes hands. Each unit has the potential to be a goldmine or a bust for those who make their living hunting unclaimed property. "Auction Hunters" cuts the lock and opens the door into the high stakes, financial risks and potential rewards where the right purchase can bring in serious cash. The series follows Haff and Jones in their quest to win auctions, dig for abandoned historical treasure and sell them for a profit. This season they uncover high-valued items including a Winchester model 1912 shotgun valued at $1,500 and the exact scale remote control replica of a $3,000,000 luxury Viper Fan Jet plane valued at $11,500.
Allowed only a brief glimpse inside the unit before each fast-paced auction begins, skill and strategy are paramount as Haff and Jones have only seconds to estimate the value and determine how high they're willing to bid to beat out the completion. Each episode will also feature "the dig," a process by which our hunters literally dig into the contents of the unit and assess every item within as well as "the sell" where they consult experts, establish value and negotiate a sale with collectors and dealers.
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