The penny auction site HappyBidDay is a great penny auction site with fantastic deals. But how do you win? Every penny auction site is different and thus you should have a different winning strategy at every different penny auction site. Happy Bid Day is growing in popularity but still does not have a massive customer base. For that reason, it is still relatively easy to win at HappyBidDay. Below are some winning tips for Happy Bid Day.
Maximize your bids:
You can maximize your chances of winning by taking advantage of free bids and coupon codes. Happy Bid Day currently has multiple coupon codes. If you are a new customer use the code HAPPY (click to activate) to receive 20% off your first bid pack purchase. If you are a returning customer you can use the coupon code 30PERCENT (click to activate) for 30% off the purchase of a 100 bid package. Happy Bid Day also gives more bids than any other penny auction site at registration. You will receive 50 free bids when you register. This is more bids than at Quibids, BidCactus, Bid66 and Pointnbid combined.
Don't Bid During Peak Time:
Your competition is greater and thus you have a lower opportunity of winning when you bid at peak time. The peak time at HappyBidDay is in the evening and late evening. This logically makes sense that people will be bidding at night when they return from work and in the late evening hours when they have free time. The best time to bid is early in the morning when people are getting ready for work.
Bid On Items that Give Back:
Like Quibids, HappyBidDay has some awesome auctions that feature a brand new item and free bids. They typically auction a gift card along with additional free bids. These are Win-Win auctions. If you win not only do you get a great brand new prize but you also get free bids that can be used on other auctions. You can use your free bids to win even more great products.
Understand your competition:
Unlike most penny auction sites, Happy Bid Day starts their auctions at different monetary values. Most penny auctions start the bidding at $0. At HappyBidDay the starting price varies, but it is usually $1. Thus, if you see an auction currently at $1.01 there is only 1 bid on that auction. Don't shy from auctions thinking that there are already 101 bids on an auction of $1.01. Like I've mentioned in my other blog posts, the best advice I have is to research the penny auction site before bidding.