Auctions held last week through HiBid.com brought in more than $42 million in gross auction proceeds (GAP), with over half a million lots sold. From April 19th through the 25th, 1.03 million bidders placed 1.76 million bids per day, on average, in a combined total of 1,442 online-only and webcast auctions. Items currently up for bidding on the site include luxury cars, motorcycles, antiques, collectibles, real estate, and much more.
HiBid.com brings buyers and sellers together every day with a wide-ranging selection of items across hundreds of categories that appeal to bidders worldwide. HiBid is fully integrated with Auction Flex, providing auctioneers with a comprehensive auction management platform that supports internet-only auctions, webcast auctions, and absentee bidding.
April 19th-25th HiBid.com Highlights
Gross Auction Proceeds: $42,211,166
Gross Merchandise Volume: $71,955,573
Lots Sold: 543,826
Online-Only Auctions: 1,351
Webcast Auctions: 91
Average Bidders Per Day: 1.03 million
Average Bids Per Day: 1.76 million
The following list includes a small sample from the hundreds of auctions currently open for bidding on HiBid.com. Site visitors can click the Find Auctions menu at the top of the page for links to the Featured and Hot auctions, such as those listed below, or use the search box to find auctions nearby.
Rice Trust Online-Only Auction
Motorcycle Online-Only Auction
Vehicles Online-Only Auction
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About HiBid & Auction Flex
HiBid is an online auction platform supporting webcast auctions, internet-only auctions, and internet absentee bidding. It is available as both a private-label solution and a portal. HiBid is integrated with Auction Flex, the market leader in auction software for live auctions, with capabilities that include cataloging, clerking, cashiering, accounting, mailing list management, inventory management, and multi-parcel. HiBid and Auction Flex were built from the ground up to function together seamlessly. They are products of Sandhills Global, the technology company behind AuctionTime.com and numerous industry-focused brands.
Posted On: 4/28/2021 4:45:12 PM