Just in case you did not get everything you wanted for Christmas, I found a new Online Auction site.
Sam’s Club is now online with Sams Club Auction. Click here to visit their new online auction site.
A couple of things to know before placing a bid at Sams Club Auction:
You need to be a Sam’s Club member in good standing with an approved credit card on file. You will not be able to bid if the credit card associated with your account has expired or is invalid. Members can securely add or modify a payment method at any time when logged in.
If you buy something and want to return it, you cannot go to your neighborhood Sam’s Club. You have to follow their Sams Club Auction instructions to return any online merchandise.
One feature I did like since this happened to me on EBAY.com before is Popcorn Bidding.
Popcorn Bidding gives all bidders an equal chance of winning an auction by extending the end time of the auction if a last minute bid is placed. Any bids placed in the last five minutes before the auction ends will extend the auction by three minutes. Popcorn bidding is used to simulate a live auction and prevents other bidders from “sniping” an auction at the last second without giving all interested bidders a chance to win.
Here are just a few of the items featured on Sams Club Auction:
10,000LB Winch Kit
70 inch 3D Sharp TV