Have you ever checked out a surplus auction? If not, you are missing the chance to get good deals on a wide variety of useful items. A surplus auction is when a municipality or organization holds an auction to get rid of property it can no longer use. In order to clear inventory and raise funds, they will often hold an auction. The reasons for the sale can vary. Sometimes the municipality ordered too much of an item or had leftover materials after a project was completed. For buyers, these types of sales—such as the Phoenix surplus auction—can be a great way to find a wide variety of new or usable items at great prices.
At the Phoenix surplus auction, you will have the opportunity to buy a wide variety of items, which can include school supplies and equipment, restaurant equipment and a large assortment of other items.
Remember, just as with any other type of auction, the surplus auction items are sold on an “as is” basis. There are no guarantees and no refunds (except in the event that a description of the product is incorrect). Prior to the Phoenix surplus auction, you will have a chance to browse and inspect the items for sale at the pre-auction preview.