I find it better if an auction ends over weekend as more people likely to get bored and check ebay, i tend to let things end sunday evening so it gets exposure on friday evening, saturday and sunday. auctions ending during weekdays and especially during the day will have limited exposure and only appeal to single mums and me as i unemployed!
by BUNGLE!! - 10 hours ago
anytime sunday is good... generally evenings but sometimes if u put something to end when people are normally at work(between 9-5) it will force them to put there highest bid in earlier than they would like, forcing the price up earlier.... so i the answer is, i guess, that u can never know who it is that wants ur item and when they are busy or not...!
by Satch Boogie - 10 hours ago
Hi, Two times work best for me. Sunday evenings - so most people will have had a chance to view the listing and most folks will be in on a Sunday evening so they can watch the bidding and re-bid if required. Monday lunchtimes - people see the listing over the weekend and can't bid 'cause they're at work - so they enter a strong bid last thing Sunday evening or first thing monday morning and hope for the best. Hope it works for you too.
by honey-B-gone! - 10 hours ago
Hi! I've just this minute posted a guitar for my husband on ebay! He was asking me what day is it best to finish it. My recommendation was late on a Sunday night. ALWAYS make sure your auction spans a weekend when there is lots more activity. You'll get far more 'watchers' too if it ends then. By ending it on a Sunday night, you get more chance of people who ARE 'watching' auctions actually making a bid during the last fifteen minutes. Hope this helps!! Best of luck!
by Moofie's Mom - 10 hours ago
sunday evening always the best time to sell items for a 7 day listing to end sunday evening when most people in
by jessibabe1 - 10 hours ago
Sunday evening 20.00
by Gecko - 10 hours ago
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