Occasionally on QuiBids, you’ll see a trend with certain products ending lower-than-usual prices. We noticed one of these trends today (9-13-13) for our handbags. We observed that auctions for these bags have been ending for less than one dollar fairly consistently throughout the day. We figured since these are pretty popular products, you might like to take note, or at the very least you can appreciate some amazing wins from your fellow QuiBidders. Feel free to congratulate them in the comments and don’t forget to pin/repin your faves!
Do you love handbags?
Below are just a small portion of the awesome assortment available on our site. Just click here to browse all the handbags and wallets currently available. Remember if you don’t have time to bid, you can always purchase the handbag from the QuiBids Store and get Free Bids with your purchase.
Five Deals on Handbags from September 13, 2013:
Michael Kors Medium Fulton Chain Hobo Bag
Click here to start bidding on this Michael Kors handbag, or you can buy it from the QuiBids Store for $298.00 and receive 30 Free Bids!
Fossil Marlow Short Shoulder Crossbody Bag
Like this Fossil Crossbody bag? Click here to start bidding on one, or you can buy it from the QuiBids Store for $149.99 and get 15 Free bids.
Neon Purple New Baby Bag from Kipling
There were three auctions for this Kipling New Baby Bag today that ended under a dollar! Check out the awesome deals below.
Looking at these ended auctions, it might be a good time to start bidding on a Kipling bag for yourself. It also comes with 13 Free Bids when purchased from the QuiBids Store.
So there you have it – 5 truly outstanding handbag deals that all happened today. If you want to keep up with other deals happening on QuiBids, the be sure to follow @QuiBidsWins on Twitter or our Pinterest board below. We also love hearing about your wins. So the next time you get a great deal on QuiBids, tweet about it using the hashtag #QuiBidsWins and you might even get a little retweet. 😉
We should mention that not all handbag auctions ended under a dollar today, and rarely do all auctions for a specific type of product end this low. This is why you shouldn’t rely soley on historical data when developing your bidding Strategy. Do you have any additional tips you’d like to share? Be sure to tweet your tip using the hashtag #QuiBidsTips, and don’t forget to follow @BiddingTips for even more helpful advice.