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When a car hits the deal tank, is the minimum offer the highest bid at the time the auction ends? Or is it the reserve price on the car? Thanks
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Just means the deals tanked and any two pennies you can rub together will take it
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It looks like the last bid to me.
It doesn't list the amount as a "Buy It Now" price. It just says minimum offer $XX,XXX.00 Kinda dumb. It is like a never ending auction.
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It looks like the last bid to me.
It doesn't list the amount as a "Buy It Now" price. It just says minimum offer $XX,XXX.00 Kinda dumb. It is like a never ending auction.
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I guess Iíll watch an auction end, and note the high bid, then see where the minimum offer is in the tank. Does seem never ending.
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I believe the minimum bid is one increment over the the final or previous bid. Once you bid, your bid gets sent to the seller and he can decide whether or not to accept it.

That's how I interpreted the rules.
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I believe the minimum bid is one increment over the the final or previous bid. Once you bid, your bid gets sent to the seller and he can decide whether or not to accept it.

That's how I interpreted the rules.
Makes sense what you point out. It sure appears a lot end in the tank, whereas it doesnít seem many go unsold on BAT. No proof, just my observation.
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