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Ok ya’ll it’s finally here!! I’m so excited. Have you ever lost an eBay bid? *Raises both hands, jumping up and down* and I know I’m not the only one! How great would it be to win that bid back? Well now you can! Ok, want to know how?
Liberty Mutual has brought it to us!
Lost your most recent bid on eBay.com? Get a second chance to win that item with the Liberty Mutual Bid Protection Sweepstakes on eBay.com (within Cars & Trucks or Home & Garden)! Now, putting your dream car in your garage just got easier. Liberty Mutual Insurance already protects your life, home and auto, and now, they protect our eBay bids, too! With the Liberty Mutual Bid Protection Sweepstakes, the eBay items that got away, just might end up back in your hands. Imagine finding out you actually won that item you were dying to have your hands on Free to sign up. So get out there, and get bidding. Happy eBay bidding everyone!
Let me tell you how great this would have been when I was bidding for homeschool stuff a few months back. Since we are getting on the road to travel really soon, heck we are already living in our RV as many of you know. Because of this I was on the hunt for homeschool curriculum to help us teach each kid about the states we visit and the areas we visit. I found Which Way USA and wanted both the books and the maps and was SO excited to find a lot of all 50 books and maps. I was bidding and was winning until the last 2 minutes then there was a bidding more. During this time the price more than doubled and in the end I lost.
It would have been great to have the Liberty Mutual Bid Protection Sweepstakes then because i spent the next 2 months piecing out the set lot by lot, I have to buy a few double books just to get the maps i needed and in the end it was a pain in the butt but i have my full set!
* Eligible entries are losing bids in the cars & trucks category between $15,000 and $30,000 placed by June 15, 2015, as well as any other losing bids on items in the cars and trucks or home & garden categories between $500 and $1,000 placed by September 1, 2015.
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