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Top 5 online auction websites to find the deals (You'll love No. 3)

Top 5 online auction websites to find the deals (You'll love No. 3)
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We here at Komando.com are always looking for ways to save you money and put some extra cash into your pockets. Who couldn't use a few extra dollars?

Maybe you have kids or grandkids that you're helping with college tuition. We all know how expensive that can be these days. Yikes!

You could be retired and living on a fixed budget. If so, you know how difficult it can be at times.

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No matter what situation you're in, saving money on the things you buy can be a big help. Don't worry, we've done some research for you.

Here are five online auction websites where you can find the absolute best deals on the products you want. Be sure to share this article with family and friends so they can join in on the savings.

1. GovDeals.com

GovDeals provides services to various government agencies that allow them to sell surplus and confiscated items via the internet. There are tons of items for you to bid on.

You'll find automobiles, clothing, computers, medical equipment, office equipment, real estate and so much more. To start bidding, simply join the Liquidity Services Network by registering for a free account.

Once you've registered, you will have access to all of the marketplaces found on the site. You can even set up "Favorites" and receive notifications when items are newly posted, or closing soon. Get notified of items by location, category or seller.

Here are a few examples of items up for bid on the site:

Apple MacBook Pro laptop computers - This auction is for one lot of MacBook Pro laptops. There are 30 in total. Starting bid is $6,770.

iMac computers - Here is an auction for one lot of 20 iMac computers. All run on Mac OS 10. Starting bid is $100.

Armoire - This auction is for a 1920's era art deco mirrored armoire with drawer. Breaks down into 2 pieces. It's listed in very good condition. Starting bid is $50.

You can do more than just purchase items on this site. There is a chance for you to become a seller as well. If you are a government entity and want to sell on GovDeals, just fill out the registration form found on their page.

Click here to get started on GovDeals and you'll be saving money in no time.

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