We're in the process of adding convertible cars, jewelry and even vacation packages
Cheyenne, WY (PRWEB) October 22, 2008
BidsTick.com launches a revolutionary Mystery auction site selling Sony Playstations, Apple macbooks and Ipods for only a penny. If you thought that getting the latest electronics for pennies was impossible, think again.
With consumer confidence at it's lowest, Bidstick.com Mystery auction concept allows consumers to get a bargain at a much needed time.
Following in the footsteps of widely successful European auction websites, Bidstick.com is now launching in the US market at 12PM EST on October 21st, 2008. While traditional auction websites allow to set a reserve on the final price, the Mystery auction and penny auction concept has no reserves.
Featured at the time of launch were an Apple Airbook valued at $1999.99, Sony Playstations, a Canon camera and a 42" Samsung 42" Lcd tv, all for only a penny. Unlike regular auction websites the duration of the auction is dictated by the users. To win the user must place the final bid.
Unlike other bay auction, bidstick focuses exclusively on high end Electronics, luxury goods and high ticket items.
"We're in the process of adding convertible cars, jewelry and even vacation packages," says Keven Moore marketing director for BidsTick.com
With the Holidays just around the corner and consumers purses tightening the mystery Auction concept is quickly taking off. Penny auction websites started a craze in Europe with sites like Bidster in the UK and Fiksuhuuto in Finland. Those auction websites generated over $20MM in sale within the first year in operation.
For additional information on Bidstick.com launch contact Keven Moore or visit bay auction.