Buyers must be registered before bidding. To register you must fill out the form at the office, and you will be given a bidding number. Internet bidders register online, follow the link from our website: www.bargainhunt.com.au
All lots are open for inspection up to the point of sale, and are sold with all faults if any, unless otherwise stated by the auctioneer. If any electrical items are stated as working, you have until the Friday after the auction to bring the item back if it is not working, and we will give you a full refund.
Lot descriptions and estimates are intended as a guide only, and any discrepancy between the catalogue description and the items/s will not be cause for cancellation of sale or adjustment in the price. Buyers need to fully satisfy themselves as to the condition & quantity of any lot prior to bidding.
If there is a dispute, genuine in the auctioneer’s opinion, the lot shall be put up again and re-sold. The auctioneer’s decision shall be final.
There are a few lots in every sale with reserve prices, if we do not reach this price, then the highest offer shall be referred to the consignor, we shall endeavour to get a result for you as soon as possible.
Once lots have been sold, please do not touch the items, even if you are the successful bidder.
Successful bidders are able to pick up lots during the sale and for 30 minutes after the sale finishes, we will also be open on Sunday 10am to 4pm Monday from 9am to 5pm.
All lots need to have been paid for and picked up by 5pm Monday. Failure to do this may result in storage charges being levied of $5 per lot per day. If you are unable to comply with this time frame please inform the office at time of purchase.
Do not forget there is a buyer’s premium of 20.9% (including GST) on top of the hammer price.
Payment is by direct deposit, international wire transfer, cash, eft, and credit card – Visa and Masterdcard (2% fee), Amex (3% fee). We cannot take credit card details over the phone or via email - to pay via credit card you must be in the auction room.
Please see a staff member before collecting goods, there is no self service. Our staff will be on hand to supervise and assist with removal of purchases.
Don’t forget that if you can’t stay here for the sale, you can leave an absentee bid at the office, and we can bid for items on your behalf. The forms to do this are available at the office. We also do phone bidding and live internet bidding.
When bidding, please make your bids clear to the auctioneer or porter; don’t be afraid to shout out, it is your responsibility to make sure your bid is seen.
We do supply postage to intra state, inter state and overseas customers. We do not post to Sydney buyers.
Please email us as soon as the auction is finished to let us know how you intend to pay, when you plan to collect or if you need a postage quote