For certain lots that do not reach their reserve price, we ask the seller if they would like to sell these lots for the highest bid placed. This option is given when the highest bid falls just below the reserve price set for that lot. This gives sellers the chance to make an immediate sale, rather than having to resubmit their lot for auction. It is also a great opportunity for the buyer to purchase the lot at a reduced price.
Articles in this section
- I'm interested in a lot that wasn't sold. Can I get in touch with the seller or still bid on it now?
- Can I personalise the Catawiki app?
- How is it possible that someone won the auction with a bid placed after 20:00 CET?
- How is it possible that someone won a lot when I saw the auction had ended and the reserve price was not met?
- Can I change my preferred currency?
- Why do some bids increase irregularly?
- Why are bidding times for some lots occasionally made longer?
- I'd like to place a bid, but the shipping costs seem too high.
- How can I find and be notified about items I'm interested in?
- How does the Catawiki app work?