The deals have always been great at www.internetactionauction.com but this weekend they get even better.
For the first time, in the history of the auction website, 900 CKBI, Jim Pattison Broadcast Group and the auction’s participating businesses are doing something completely different; bidding on every single item starts at just $1.
Plus, there are no reserve bids. It is a great incentive for newcomers to the online auction site, according to 900 CKBI senior advertising consultant Kalen Kovitch.
“This makes it easy for anyone who may be interested in an item to participate,” he said.
Starting on Nov. 24, auction-goers will have four days to place their bids on great items for their home, yard and farm or on retail clothing, automotive, furniture, health and beauty products and so much more.
“We wanted to give local retailers and consumers the ability to be part of the ‘Black Friday’ and ‘Cyber Monday’ holiday online shopping frenzy and support local retailers from Prince Albert and area at the same time,” Kovitch said.
There is another reason for people to visit the online auction website and check out the deals. Any new bidders who register between Nov. 24 and Nov. 27 will be entered to win a $1500 travel credit – just in time for Christmas.
Remember, a $1 bid gets you into the game and you can make up your mind later if you are willing to raise your bid. Don’t miss out on amazing deals and incredible savings on items you use and need every day. Bidding is open right now and it is free to register at www.internetactionauction.com.
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