Search for Zero Bids on eBay

Search for zero bids on eBaySaving Money on eBay

We all love a bargain, and quite often some of my best bargains have come from eBay. There are lots of manuals and blogs out there giving great tips on how to maximise your selling potential on eBay. However in this blog post of mine I want to introduce to you a way of bagging a bargain on eBay.

Mistakes on eBay that Saved Me Money

One of the best purchases I ever made was for a pair of Dr Martens shoes. Seriously I only paid a couple of quid for a new pair of DM’s. The main reason that I got them so cheap was that the seller was not a seasoned eBay seller. They had actually made two fundamental mistakes when it came to selling. Firstly, they had the starting bid set at zero with no reserve. Secondly they had actually made a spelling error. So because of these two errors I really did bag a bargain!

Zero Bid Finder for eBay

Now I do know that there are tools out there that will do an eBay search for spelling errors. However today I want to introduce you to a tool that will help you to find eBay articles within a certain price range i.e £0 and upwards.

Search for zero bids on eBay

Search for Zero Bids on eBay is just such a tool. So whatever item you are looking for, you can search for it using the price parameters that you would be willing to pay for it. Tips: Search broad, search often, Search in the middle of the day & late at night, Search for brands. Eg. “Lofthouse Clothing”. You choose the Country, Category, Minimum Price and Maximum Price and finally enter the Keywords for you item, then hit the “Search” Button. After a short period the results will be displayed lower down the page. You can then click on the item to view it on eBay.

This search tool is also available as an app.

I think that this tool will be a great tool to assist you in finding great bargains on eBay.


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Search for Zero Bids on eBay — 2 Comments

  1. Over the years, sniping eBay auctions has become a thing of the normal rather than the exception. So many buyers are in the popular categories that bid on every item each day at competitive prices as a means to acquire product in bulk and then turn around and resale it. With that said, it’s defiantly a advantage for the “every day Joe/Jane” to also use a sniper application to win an item and keep the price down. It’s worth mentioning that because auction sniping has become somewhat saturated, newly listed “Buy-It-Now” only listings are a great source to get low priced items. It requires a constant refresh/searching for new items and sitting infront of the PC (different from sniping) but the reward is big because you’re purchasing before others can even see the item and not leaving an auction up for days and allowing many snipers and normal users compete for the same item.

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