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Current Bundle Quantity


 Posted 7 days ago

Hello SFIers There's this "current bundle quantity" that counts under the "BID" icon in price bender, what does it stand for? Does it have any significance to the ongoing auction?
Hello SFIers

There's this "current bundle quantity" that counts under the "BID" icon in price bender, what does it stand for?
Does it have any significance to the ongoing auction?
Hafsah Z.

Nigeria

 
Posts: 47 | Followers: 42 | Joined SFI: Jan 27, 2018

 Posted 7 days ago

[quote=1440986]Hello SFIers There's this "current bundle quantity" that counts under the "BID" icon in price bender, what does it stand for? Does it have any significance to the ongoing auction?[/quote] This information on what total sum of credits is saved up in this package - each rate increases contents of a package
Hafsah Z. posted:
Hello SFIers

There's this "current bundle quantity" that counts under the "BID" icon in price bender, what does it stand for?
Does it have any significance to the ongoing auction?

This information on what total sum of credits is saved up in this package - each rate increases contents of a package
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Igor A.

Russian Federation

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Posts: 730 | Followers: 147 | Joined SFI: Jan 29, 2017

 Posted 7 days ago

Hi Hafsah Z. You are watching a 'progressive' auction, which is an auction for which the winner receives TCredits. These auctions begin with 100 TCredits in the 'bundle'. As the auction bidding progresses, so does the number of TCredits which will be won. The number you see is the number of TCredits the winner would receive if the auction ended at this point. It will continue to increase until the auction ends.
Hi Hafsah Z. You are watching a 'progressive' auction, which is an auction for which the winner receives TCredits. These auctions begin with 100 TCredits in the 'bundle'. As the auction bidding progresses, so does the number of TCredits which will be won. The number you see is the number of TCredits the winner would receive if the auction ended at this point. It will continue to increase until the auction ends.
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Delmage T.

United States

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Posts: 1,030 | Followers: 400 | 10th year with SFI

 Posted 7 days ago

This explains it, the answer was right under the "tip" information. Happy Bidding! ABOUT PROGRESSIVE BUNDLES: This special "progressive" auction begins with a base minimum of 100 TCredits available to win. Once our reserve bid price is reached, the amount of TCredits in the bundle will begin to increase in proportion to the number of bids placed. The special "odometer" on the bundle's auction page will display the current quantity you're bidding on. There is no limit to how high the bundle quantity can go. Win the auction, and you'll get the quantity displayed!
This explains it, the answer was right under the "tip" information. Happy Bidding!

ABOUT PROGRESSIVE BUNDLES: This special "progressive" auction begins with a base minimum of 100 TCredits available to win. Once our reserve bid price is reached, the amount of TCredits in the bundle will begin to increase in proportion to the number of bids placed. The special "odometer" on the bundle's auction page will display the current quantity you're bidding on. There is no limit to how high the bundle quantity can go. Win the auction, and you'll get the quantity displayed!
Twyla W.

United States

 
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 Posted 7 days ago

Hi Hafsah Z; The "current Bundle Quantity" reflects the quantity of TCredits at the particular point on any "progressive TCredits bundle auction". [img]https://i.imgur.com/iF1l0zc.png[/img] I hope this is helpful?
Hi Hafsah Z;
The "current Bundle Quantity" reflects the quantity of TCredits at the particular point on any "progressive TCredits bundle auction".



I hope this is helpful?
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Gabriel E.

Nigeria

 
Posts: 202 | Followers: 105 | Joined SFI: Jan 5, 2017

 Posted 7 days ago

Hi Hafsah ! In one type of auctions - Progressive TCredits Bundle , the bidders start auction for an beginning item - 100 TCredits. As the time goes by and competitors are placing their bids , the biding item (Bundle) grows , at 101, 102., 103. TCredits and so on ... At the moment some competitor wins the auction (remains the last bidder) the curent bundle quantity becomes his winning quantity ! If current bundle quantity was 458 at the moment auction ends - the winner will get 458 TCredits ! Hope it's clearer now ! Best regards !
Hi Hafsah !

In one type of auctions - Progressive TCredits Bundle , the bidders start auction for an beginning item - 100 TCredits. As the time goes by and competitors are placing their bids , the biding item (Bundle) grows , at 101, 102., 103. TCredits and so on ... At the moment some competitor wins the auction (remains the last bidder) the curent bundle quantity becomes his winning quantity ! If current bundle quantity was 458 at the moment auction ends - the winner will get 458 TCredits !

Hope it's clearer now !


Best regards !
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Sead Š.

Bosnia And Herzegovina

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Posts: 3,898 | Followers: 1,003 | Joined SFI: Jun 5, 2016

 Posted 7 days ago

Hello Hafsah, l think Sead gave you the best response regarding bundle quantity. I'm responding because it's a learning opportunity for me. When you're a new affiliate, you look for every opportunity to learn. Sead does an excellent job of explaining the bundle building process.
Hello Hafsah, l think Sead gave you the best response regarding bundle quantity. I'm responding because it's a learning opportunity for me. When you're a new affiliate, you look for every opportunity to learn. Sead does an excellent job of explaining the bundle building process.
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Stephen B.

United States

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