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Auction Sniper

Auction Sniper

AuctionSniper

Snipe and bid to win eBay auctions with Auction Sniper using automatic bidding!

4.3 Ratings 2K+ Reviews 50K+ Downloads
Snipe and bid to win eBay auctions with Auction Sniper using automatic bidding!
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2.0K+ Ratings
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  • Ebay Cost Control Aug 7, 2017

    By MajorHavoc
    This is a great app to snipe, the act of putting in a higher bid in the last few seconds in the hopes that no one can put in one later than your bid. It works for the very well. It also lets you creat bid groups. This is a VERY powerful feature that groups all bids for items you want to bid on, but only win a fixed number. For example, buying an iPad, and there are 12 available. Here, you set the max bid on each item you are willing to bid, and then group them. Then say how many you want. Say two. Auction sniper will keep bidding at the last moment until you have won two, and then toss out the rest. Because you have not ever bid on the others, no fear of winning too many. Lastly, Auction Sniper let's you set your maximum bid way in advance (plus a few bids over if close as an option) and then you look away. It helps YOU not spend more than you wanted because the item keeps getting bid up. You don't get sucked into a bidding war. It also tends to lower the price because there are no early on bidding wars by you upping the price. I highly recommend this for all three reasons, but the last reason is my favorite.
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  • Jul 25, 2020

    By Tyronne Rumbelow
    Awesome I always use it if I'm bidding for an item on ebay. That way I know exactly what I'm prepared to go up to and don't get caught up in a bidding war, and I win the item most of the time.
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  • Bids still fire as designed; GUI needs work Dec 8, 2019

    By LAX20531
    I first used AS right at its infancy—where bid-based auctions were plentiful, seller’s & PP fees were cheap, and those that understood bidding were handsomely rewarded. The auction site today is the antithesis of it’s original self. Stated-price (or BuyNow) formats appear to dominate the high-traffic categories and the speciality/rare items continue as they have. It’s been well over a year since AS was updated and the most noticeable issue is its non-conformity with the mega-sized device generation, followed by the broken Bid Category feature (that cancels other auctions once one is won) that perhaps only a few use. That being said, the app still works as confirmed this morning. It isn’t visually appealing and browsing auctions via its interface is on a YMMV basis, but it still does work and given the incredibly cheap fees it provides great value. As a primarily free site I suspect this is more of a hobby to the developer than a commercial interest but I wanted to write this review to ensure he/she was aware that it still provides value to me at least.
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  • Jul 30, 2020

    By Elise Langer
    I've won every auction I've bid on through Auction Sniper. If you really have to have something this is the best app to get it.
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  • Legit App / Sorta $$$ May 7, 2018

    By Douglas Butabi
    I have never had an issue with losing an auction due to app malfunction. Seems like I’m always adding $ to my account. I don’t understand what the unpaid balance is, I always add 10 or 20 $ and once I go through that amount there is also an “unpaid” balance- it’s like, I swear they are just finding a way to charge extra. Seems like if I add $10 then that’s how much money I should have to use in there app, when I am down to $0 I should add more. But once I finish my $10 there’s another balance that I have to pay before I can use the app again? It’s confusing and makes me feel like the app is trying to nickel and dime me - like be simple
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  • Ebay Cost Control Aug 7, 2017

    By MajorHavoc
    This is a great app to snipe, the act of putting in a higher bid in the last few seconds in the hopes that no one can put in one later than your bid. It works for the very well. It also lets you creat bid groups. This is a VERY powerful feature that groups all bids for items you want to bid on, but only win a fixed number. For example, buying an iPad, and there are 12 available. Here, you set the max bid on each item you are willing to bid, and then group them. Then say how many you want. Say two. Auction sniper will keep bidding at the last moment until you have won two, and then toss out the rest. Because you have not ever bid on the others, no fear of winning too many. Lastly, Auction Sniper let's you set your maximum bid way in advance (plus a few bids over if close as an option) and then you look away. It helps YOU not spend more than you wanted because the item keeps getting bid up. You don't get sucked into a bidding war. It also tends to lower the price because there are no early on bidding wars by you upping the price. I highly recommend this for all three reasons, but the last reason is my favorite.
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  • Jul 25, 2020

    By Tyronne Rumbelow
    Awesome I always use it if I'm bidding for an item on ebay. That way I know exactly what I'm prepared to go up to and don't get caught up in a bidding war, and I win the item most of the time.
    more
  • Jul 30, 2020

    By Elise Langer
    I've won every auction I've bid on through Auction Sniper. If you really have to have something this is the best app to get it.
    more
  • Legit App / Sorta $$$ May 7, 2018

    By Douglas Butabi
    I have never had an issue with losing an auction due to app malfunction. Seems like I’m always adding $ to my account. I don’t understand what the unpaid balance is, I always add 10 or 20 $ and once I go through that amount there is also an “unpaid” balance- it’s like, I swear they are just finding a way to charge extra. Seems like if I add $10 then that’s how much money I should have to use in there app, when I am down to $0 I should add more. But once I finish my $10 there’s another balance that I have to pay before I can use the app again? It’s confusing and makes me feel like the app is trying to nickel and dime me - like be simple
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  • May 26, 2020

    By B Wengenmayr
    Love it, can win bids even when I am busy doing other things. App works reliably and is easy to navigate.
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  • 5 star Snipes, 3 star App Jan 20, 2020

    By Jasonlovesjazz
    Been using this for years. Love it for what it is, but let’s be honest, the app is merely fine. It’s functional but far from great. Many 5 star reviews tout the bid groups that are only on the website, not in the app. There are tons of other little user interface things that could be improved in the app: like sorting snipes by time remaining instead of the order they were entered, and showing shipping cost for watches and snipes, etc. So, the sniping service is great: reliable and inexpensive. The iPhone app is ... spartan. If you’re looking for a fancy app, look elsewhere. But for me, as an infrequent user, if that’s why it’s so cheap, I wouldn’t change a thing. I can flip back and forth with the eBay app just fine, thankyouverymuch. It’s clunky but solid and works just fine.
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  • Disappearing credits / money grab! Oct 7, 2019

    By Roll Tide Cuz
    The app worked great for sniping, but after paying for credits at $5 minimum, the credit disappeared after app update. No response from company email. Money grab! Also, the support page doesn’t work and the help email isn’t monitored. Good luck getting anything resolved even though a response was posted here from the company. ****October 2019 Update - the app developer provided a new email contact and corrected the balance issue. Since then I have been able to successfully use the app as before. Upgraded review to 4 stars, thanks for clearing this up. ****
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  • May 25, 2020

    By andy chandler
    Very good for checking on my snipes....but unable to add things to my "bid" groups.
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  • Actually 3 1/2 Stars Nov 24, 2018

    By RichLee77
    I would give it 5 stars but for one thing. I have to stand my iPad up on it’s head in order to use it. While the portrait view works fine for a phone, most iPad users operate in Landscape mode. Almost all iPad protective cases provide a way to stand the iPad up in Landscape only, making it convenient for setting it up on table, or on a book in your lap, etc. How hard could it be? All my other apps do it..at least the ones I use. But so far, the app hasn’t caused me to lose any auctions. Yay for that!
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  • Bids still fire as designed; GUI needs work Dec 8, 2019

    By LAX20531
    I first used AS right at its infancy—where bid-based auctions were plentiful, seller’s & PP fees were cheap, and those that understood bidding were handsomely rewarded. The auction site today is the antithesis of it’s original self. Stated-price (or BuyNow) formats appear to dominate the high-traffic categories and the speciality/rare items continue as they have. It’s been well over a year since AS was updated and the most noticeable issue is its non-conformity with the mega-sized device generation, followed by the broken Bid Category feature (that cancels other auctions once one is won) that perhaps only a few use. That being said, the app still works as confirmed this morning. It isn’t visually appealing and browsing auctions via its interface is on a YMMV basis, but it still does work and given the incredibly cheap fees it provides great value. As a primarily free site I suspect this is more of a hobby to the developer than a commercial interest but I wanted to write this review to ensure he/she was aware that it still provides value to me at least.
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