Posted on:24 November 2022 1:00 PM
Our continental collection auction has now ended. If you won one of the lots, you will have received an email giving details of how to pay, and once paid you will receive a further email giving contact details to arrange for collection of your bird(s). Please note that ongoing carriage costs are your own responsibility.
The auction of four RPRA One Loft birds ends on Sunday evening. You need to be registered on the site to be able to bid online – see the detailed instructions below right. By registering/bidding you agree to accept and abide by the Auction Rules. The usual site terms & conditions apply.
A new auction for 25 Spencroft Busschaerts and Kirkpatricks from Kevin Glover of Suffolk opens on Wednesday morning – see outline details here.
If you have a group of pigeons to sell, or are having a clearance sale, why not contact us to discuss us hosting your sale? There are two ways to set up an auction: either we enable you to upload your own lots, along with supporting images and pedigrees, OR we will do the necessary preparatory website work, from the information supplied by you. Contact us on 01452 713529 or at [email protected]
The bidding procedure is virtually the same as using eBay: each bid you place will be treated as a maximum bid, and the system will automatically make minimum bids for you up to your maximum bid amount.
(There is no need to enter the £ sign or any pence when bidding, just the appropriate digits, e.g. 20 for a £20.00 bid.)
Click the refresh button in your browser to view the most up-to-date bids on a particular lot.
The List of Posted Bids is underneath the Description panel, and the person currently winning the auction appears top of that list.
The minimum bid amount you will need to place is £5 more than the current leading bid up to £100; then £10 more up to £250; and £20 more for bids over £250.
Bids placed within the last 10 minutes of an auction will trigger a 10 minute extension to that auction. The extension will continue if a further bid is received in that time. This will continue until no additional bids are received.
You will be notified by e-mail if
– you have placed a bid
– you have been outbid
– you have won an auction
– you have lost an auction
Once you have been notified that you have won an auction, you can pay on-line. Either follow the link in the e-mail or go to MyAccount on the Home Page, select Buyer Menu and Outstanding Payments (you do not have to use PayPal, as the system accepts one-off payments by credit/debit card).
Your confirmation e-mail will also give details of how to pay directly into the RPRA bank account, or by cheque. If you choose either of these methods please contact the RPRA by phone to advise us of this, and make sure you include the lot number(s). You can also call the RPRA office and pay by debit/credit card.
Once you have paid you will receive an e-mail to confirm this.
Collecting your bird
Your confirmation of payment e-mail will also give details of how to make arrangements for collection of your bird. Please note that onward carriage costs are your own responsibility.