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Americanauctioneers.com – Save Money, Shop Auctions

If you have a interest in auctions you should know that you can save a lot of money on some great items or you can sell the items that you bid on and hopefully make some money. A lot of people are getting into that these days. They bid on auctions and then they sell the items and make money on them. If you are interested in auctions or you just want to go to a storage auction then you should check out americanauctioneers.com and see...

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TickPick.com – Buy Cheap Tickets

Standing in line for three hours just to get a ticket is no longer needed. A new marketplace named TickPick has just been launched, and it lets you get quality tickets for reasonable prices, while saving you all the hassles. On TickPick.com, tickets are listed based both on price and quality. You can search the site by event, by artist and by date, and once you’ve found anything you like then you can either place a bid or get...

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BidMyBill.com – Get A New Phone Contract

Why spend hours looking for the perfect phone contract when you can have companies approach you instead, and vie for your attention? That’s what this new website is here for. Named BidMyBill, it lets you upload information like your data and text usage for companies to try to outbid each other, and become your new phone providers. In practice, the whole process resembles an eBay auction in more places than one. Users (IE, people...

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Uknowa.com – Make Contractors Come To You

Uknowa aims to become the one-stop resource on the Internet for people who are looking for contractors. Here, they can list their exact home improvement requirements and have contractors bid for the job. That is, they won’t have to look for contractors themselves. Rather, it will be the other way around. Contractors will vie for their attention. This is certainly interesting, if only because of the time one can save. No more...

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Deal-Umpire.com – Bid For Daily Deals

The way things stand right now, merchants have gone from the obvious enthusiasm and interest that went hand in hand with the ascent of Groupon into a somehow wary (or less fervent at the very least) stance. Many have tried selling their wares on daily sites only to come out of the experience disenchanted. They end up selling nowhere as much as they expected to sell, and (in some cases) they wind reaching the wrong public. These are...

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