Our bidding system is set up to ensure a non-discriminatory structure is followed by all bidders; bid precedence allows us to follow a set order to determine who has won the item(s) in an sale.
To decide who has won, bid precedence is as follows:
If there is only one quantity, the highest bid price will always win. If there are multiple quantities available and two or more customers bid the same price, the person with the highest quantity will be successful at that price.
For example, there are 3 cases of wine available for sale.
- Joe bids on 2 cases at $24 a case.
- Mary bids on 3 cases at $24 a case.
Joe was outbid & Mary is the winning bidder because she has the higher quantity even though the bid price is the same.
If you have further questions about bidding on Grays, please contact our Customer Service team Contact Us Form