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Penny Bid Index, The Newest Retail Auction Website Features Affordable, High-End Items and Provides an Interactive, Multi-Media, Entertainment Experience

Penny Bid Index also offers BidTV, an online, interactive experience—featuring entertaining, original content, the only auction site currently offering this feature.

Nov 15 2013, 6:12am CST | by PR.com

Los Angeles, CA, November 15, 2013 --(PR.com)-- PennyBidIndex.com is the newest online retail auction site that promises to provide a more user-friendly and entertaining alternative to its customers’ online shopping experience. Penny Bid Index has revolutionized online bidding by including the latest products, while creating interactive, multimedia entertainment content. Penny Bid index is offering 51 free bids for registering.

Penny Bid Index features the latest high-end items at discount, retail prices and prides itself on being Bid Bot free–allowing consumers the power to bid as they wish, without the interruption of unscrupulous bid bots.

Once the registration process is complete, customers can purchase bids through BidMart, an interactive store for their anticipated auction experience where Bids are worth $.60 each. Penny Bid Index also includes Bid Pack options—giving customers the opportunity to select a bid pack that suits their online shopping needs.

Penny Bid Index provides customers two options when it comes to bidding; The first option is the Bid button, where a bid can be recorded, displaying the customers’ username as the current highest bidder. To maintain the highest bid, customers must continuously click the Bid button whenever a competing bidder out bids that customer.

The second option is the Penny Pilot feature, which automatically places a bid for the customer based on the users pre-set limit. This enables users to participate in an auction with the option of leaving their computer.

Penny Bid Index also offers a Buy Now feature to ensure that customers never walk away empty handed without purchasing a coveted item – by subtracting the cash value of the bids a customer has placed from the value price of the item and paying the difference.

Penny Bid Index also offers BidTV, an online, interactive experience—featuring entertaining, original content, the only auction site currently offering this feature.

All auctioned items are new, factory-direct, brand name products and offers shipping within 7-10 business days. Penny Bid Index accepts Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover and Paypal, the most trusted names in online retail purchases.

About Penny Bid Index:
Penny Bid Index is the premiere retail auction site that provides a fun, user-friendly alternative to online shopping. Penny Bid Index has revolutionized the online auction experience by offering major brand name products, all while creating an interactive multimedia experience.

Contact Information:
penny bid
Nicole Villanueva
818-839-0732
Contact via Email
www.pennybidindex.com

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