MOBILE BIDDING

Bidding has been made easier with a mobile app. With features such as “Watch this Item” and “Auto Bid,” you will be able to keep a close watch on the auction lots that pique your interest.

MOBILE BIDDING & FUEL THE FUTURE

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HOW TO GET STARTED


STEP 1: To get started with mobile bidding, register by providing your name and mobile phone number. Text Gathering22 to 76278. Credit card information will be required in order to bid on any auction lots.
 

STEP 2: After registering, you will receive your personal bidding link via text message.
 

STEP 3: With your personal bidding link, you can browse and bid on lots and make a donation.

STEP 4: Auction lot descriptions can be viewed by touching the auction lot image.
 

STEP 5: To place a bid, select the “Place Bid” tab and enter the dollar amount you would like to bid. Then, select the green “Bid” button.
 
Alternatively, you can bid by going to the “Auto Bid” tab, which will allow the system to place bids on your behalf up to your designated amount. After selecting the Auto Bid tab, you will be required to enter the maximum dollar amount you would like to bid. You may then select “Bid.”
 
If your bid is accepted, or if you are outbid, you will receive a notification.

 
STEP 6: If you have the winning bid after the auction lots are closed, you will receive a text message with payment instructions. We kindly ask that if your winning bid is over $100,000 that you do not pay via your mobile device.
 

STEP 7: Review the items in your cart and select “Click Here to Pay” to use the credit card entered during registration, or select “Pay with New Card” and enter a different credit card.
 

STEP 8: Upon payment processing, a “PAID” stamp will appear on your digital receipt. You can then select to download or email a copy of your receipt. 

STEP 9: Pick up your lot item or view shipping options in the Pilot Proficiency Center.

STEP 10: Enjoy your experience! We thank you for your help in supporting EAA’s most vital education outreach and advocacy programs.