Dubli Auctions-How Dubli Reverse Auctions Work





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http://www.DealsAtDubli.com- Dubli Auctions, How dubli reverse auctions work

You may or may not have heard of Dubli. If you haven't you surely will. If the founder, Michael Hansen, has anything to say about it this could be as big as Ebay or Amazon. The company launched in Australia and NZ in 2009, following its success in the USA starting in 2008. It's worldwide launch was in 2010. Dubli originally began in Germany in 2003 and expanded to the rest of Europe in 2006.
Dubli is a web based shopping portal with a unique twist that guarantees that it has the lowest prices anywhere on line. If you find a product anywhere cheaper on line or offline Dubli will match the price plus give you 10%.

How does Dubli guarantee this and still make money? It uses an innovative reverse auction system where the price of a popular item starts off low and everytime somebody bids it goes lower. It costs .80 cents to bid and everytime someone does the price drops by .25 cents. The customer has the option of buying the product immediately at the already low price, or they can wait for it to go even lower. This has resulted in people savings of anywhere between 20-95%+ off of the retail prices.

These are not used, refurbished or over stock items either, but brand new in the box products from name brands like Apple, Samsung, Sony, and more. Furthermore all of them come with a warranty card and you will only ever have to pay local shipping on your products.

Even better you can actually get a discount on cash. What this means is that you can purchase a $200 debit card from Visa, Mastercard or American Express for prices as low as $50 or $100. What this means is that you can use these cards anywhere and get big savings on everything that you buy with it since you paid less than the face value. Can you imagine walking into a bank and asking the teller to exchange your $100 for $200?

Dubli actually makes the process of shopping fun and even exciting because you know that every time you go to the site that you will save a ton of money. Remember you are already guaranteed the lowest prices. But many find that the shopping can actually be addictive because it becomes a bit of a game to see how low the price will actually go before some one hits the buy button.

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