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Special Auction Services launches new bidding platform

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Special Auction Services has launched its new online bidding platform – SAS Live – which enables buyers to register to bid online and follow the auctions live.

The first auction to benefit from the new technology was the Music and Entertainment sale on 24 April, which attracted a great deal of new online bidders and resulted in a quarter of the lots being successfully sold on the SAS Live platform.

SAS Director Neil Shuttleworth said, “This new platform is part of our continued investment to attract more sellers and buyers to our auctions. Our in-house live auction bidding software will run alongside our current auction house software providers in order to offer maximum choice and flexibility to our customers.”

Both existing, as well as new bidders, are being encouraged to sign up to SAS Live via the website https://auctions.specialauctionservices.com/where they can also view the catalogues for forthcoming auctions.

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