HOW TO BID!

You will be able to begin placing bids from your smartphone or mobile device starting September 10th. The process is easy and if assistance is needed, volunteers and bidding assistants will be available throughout the evening of the event, or you can bid from home too!

How it works:
  • Register online at https://www.501auctions.com/honeybash/register
  • Browse our selection of incredible auction items in our online Auction Items catalog and choose which items you would like to bid on.
  • Place your bid on the selected item. You have the option of setting a maximum bid.
  • You will be notified on your smartphone if you have been outbid.

Registering online is the easiest way to place bids in the auction! You can register at anytime. Click "Sign In" on the top right corner of the event page and click on the register now link if you have not yet created your profile. Enter your name, contact information, and payment method*. Registering online will help us ensure a quick check-in and check-out process at the event. 
 
Your Personal Bidding Center


 
View All – See all auction items
Categories – Browse items by category
My Items – Items you have bid on or are “watching”
Donate – Make a tax-deductible donation to Family Lifeline
Sponsors – Information on event sponsors
Items Without Bids – List of Items with no bids
Item Number or Keyword – Enter your item name or
number and hit Search, which will take you to the item
page to place a bid
 



 

 

How to Place a Bid   
                          


Place Bid – Automatically enters the next minimum bid
amount; you will be asked by pop-up screen to confirm
your bid
Change bid amount – You can manually enter any
amount that is greater than the “next bid”
Set Maximum Bid – So that you don’t risk getting outbid
at the last minute, everyone is encouraged to set a max
bid. The auction software will automatically raise your bid
by a pre-determined increment until your maximum bid
has been met or the silent auction ends
Watch Item – Adds items to your “My Items” list for easy
reference later