10 NOV 2014

High Society – Online Bidding Guide

Bidding on lots in the 'High Society' auction is quick and easy. There is NO buyer's premium on any of the lots. All the lots are hosted by Fairfax on their Getstuff Facebook page. We've made a small guide to help with the bidding process, please see below:

You can access the bidding platform in a couple of different ways: Through our digital catalogue (Click Here) Once the catalogue has loaded you can flip through the pages. Click anywhere on the page to zoom in our out. Click on the < or > sign to turn the page Choose the lot you would like to bid on and hover over that page. At the bottom left of each auction lot you'll see three buttons. Click on the far right button to go straight through to the GetStuff bidding page Feel free to comment on or share the catalogue too, using the other two links Directly through the GetStuff page (Click Here) -------------------- Bidding on a lot with GetStuff To bid on a lot, you need to have access to a Facebook account. Alternatively feel free to email us an absentee bid at hello@mrbigglesworthy.co.nz 1/ Once you are on the GetStuff page you can scroll through and click on the lot you would like to bid on 2/ If you haven't bid before Facebook will ask you to accept the auction terms 3/ The app will also ask for your personal details to confirm the bid is authentic 4/ Enter the amount of your bid 6/ Clicking the 'Autobid' box means you will bid up to that amount. Your bid will be placed at the lowest bid amount possible, not the full amount of the autobid. Another bid will only be placed if there is a counter bid from someone else. 7/ If you are outbid, an email will be sent to the Facebook account holder

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