December 23, 2009

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This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Bidazzled. All opinions are 100% mine.

I recently found Bidazzled on twitter, an auction and bidding website which was launched in early November this year, is redefining the online auction market by offering savings of up to 90% on branded merchandise all while funding a lung cancer charity (The Ruch Foundation: ).

I was pretty impressed with their website and the user interface. The products they had on offer were also pretty impressive. I did not waste time and joined straight away.

There are some major players on that site already.....I think you are going to need A LOT of bids to win any high ticket items, considering how high the lower ticket items went tonight and how many bidders were bidding like crazy...The Kodak Easy Share went for $76.32, the Cuisinart Hand Blender ended at $14.22, the Wii Resort ended at $30.96, the 8 gig SanDisc Cruzer thumbdrive thingy went for $14.40 and the 4 gig Ipod Shuffle went for $27.54..these are really high end prices,but the site was created to fund a charity, so I hope it continues to do well. No shill bidders that I could see...a lot of the people there tonight were also beta testing and many I recognized from other sites. I think they have a huge following through the charity.

At Bidazzled, if you don’t win, you may apply your investment in that auction towards purchasing that item. In addition Bidazzled give bids back in the form of Bonus Bids. Currently Bidazzled are running a promotion where everyone receives 25% of their normal bids back in the form of bonus bids (Max of 50 per auction). To help bidders from spending too much, they show how many paid bids a person has used so they can see when to exit the auction so they can purchase the item for less than winning the auction.

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