The highest amount a user is willing to bid on an item. This amount is submitted in confidence to our Bidkeeper, which will stop once it has won the auction or reached the maximum amount.
This is the highest amount that WWA can bid on behalf of a bidder using the Auto-bid feature. The maximum bid amount is never revealed to any other parties or participants in the Online auction.
The maximum bid is the maximum amount that a buyer wishes to pay for an item. The maximum bid amount is not disclosed to the bidders and seller in an auction.
Your Maximum Bid is the amount you are willing to pay for an item. You can enter this amount the first time you bid, and our proxy bidding software makes sure that your actual bid is the lowest possible winning amount (see the definition of "Reserve Price" for an explanation of how reserve price listings are handled). If you are outbid, your bid will be raised automatically until it has reached your maximum bid and will never exceed that set amount. If your maximum bid is exceeded, you will automatically receive notification by e-mail that you were outbid; providing you an opportunity to place another bid on the item.
The most you are willing to pay for an item. When you are bidding, you enter the maximum amount you will pay for that item. YNotBid will bid on their behalf up to your maximum bid. For example, suppose the current bid is $50 and the bid increment is $10. The next bid will be $60 ($50 +$10 = $60). If a bidder is willing to pay $100, the bidder enters $100. Their bid will only be $60 because that is the next bid, however if another member outbids their $60 bid (by bidding $70 or more), YNotBid will bid for the first bidder again, up to the $100 maximum bid.
a way of protecting yourself against another bid without being present
The highest amount you wish to pay for any keyword - see Smart Bid.
Maximum Bid is Dell Auction's proxy bidding system. SmartBid will bid at the lowest possible increments on your behalf until your maximum bid (the most you are willing to pay) is reached.
The top dollar amount set by a buyer when he is bidding by proxy. The computer then places incremental bids as necessary up to this amount.
The upper bid limit set by the buyer when using proxy or "automatic" bidding.
The upper limit that you are willing to spend to display an ad. In practice, some engines will charge you less than this amount, typically one cent higher than the next lower bid.
the maximum amount the buyer is willing to bid and pay for an item in a specific auction
The highest amount an advertiser is prepared to pay for each click.
The highest price a buyer will pay for an item, submitted in confidence to our automated bidding system to facilitate proxy bidding.