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  • Premier Icon breadcrumb
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    If the winning bidder already had a maximum bid of say £250, and it was sitting at £230 you bid£ £248 and it goes straight to the max bid of the other user.

    Hope that makes sense!

    Premier Icon mucker
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    Yeah, kindoff. I had put my max bid in at 7 this morning they put theirs in 15 mins before the end of auction this afternoon. eBay have sent me an explanation. I’m just pissed at losing.

    Premier Icon bruneep
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    Got beaten by £2

    the other bidder may have had a bid higher than your +£2

    Premier Icon breadcrumb
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    I never bid a round amount, sometimes you get lucky and win by a few pence.

    Junkyard
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    that if i want to say pay £50 I will bid say £52.36

    Its not like i will care about the extra £2 is it

    The other thing is you know what they beat you by not what their highest bid was- they may have been willing to go £15 more for all you know

    Premier Icon mucker
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    Got beaten by £2 on a set of forks today but had to pay £10 more than the next highest bid on the frame I bought, I thought there was a minimum difference dependant on current price?

    Premier Icon breadcrumb
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    Yup, the only way you know what they maximum bid was is if it’s less than the minimum increase of that bid range.

    eg you bid £12.40 but it goes for £12.43

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