Gixen sniper

This is a free and really useful service which allows you to create bids at the last 6 seconds of an auction.


eBay Sniper


eBay Sniper

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5 thoughts on “Gixen sniper

    • True, but this does not affect the usefulness of sniping. You set a fixed figure of how much you want to pay for an item, and that’s that. You are not entwined into the emotional experience of seeing the price increase, inciting you to go beyond what you originally intended.

      You can select a number of similar items, set the same price for each and whichever you win first if yours.

      • >True, but this does not affect the usefulness of sniping. You set a fixed figure of how much you want to pay for an item, and that’s that. < That is not sniping that is eBays automatic bidding. Snipping just places your order closer to the end of the auction. It places one bid one time.

  1. Without sniping in any way you can set a fixed figure of how much you want to pay for an item and place the bid on eBay days before the end of the auction. If your bid is high enough you will still win the auction after all the snipes have been placed. But once you place the bid with eBay if is hard to change it. If you are using a snipe service like Gixen, you can change the bid as often as you like, up or down, until the snip is fired.

  2. As long as you have the maximum accepted bid, it does not matter when you place your bid. To win, your bid has to be higher than the current auction price by a full increment, and it must beat the first losers highest bid by one cent, and it must be first.

    By using mirror servers, with two databases in different places, Gixen reduces your chances of missing your bid because of network glitches, or computer malfunctions.

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