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ATX Auctions Pflugerville
Date(s) 11/17/2022 - 12/1/2022
This auction is online only and will take place on Thursday, December 1st. It will start to close at 1:15 PM on the 1st and will close at a rate of approx. 4 lots per minute until all lots are sold.
Welcome to our Pflugerville December 1st auction! We have over 700 lots from Amazon and our usual cast of consignors! - Hardware - Tools - Home Furniture - and the usual collection of unique consignments! General preview for this auction will be on Wednesday November 30th from 10 am to 3 pm at 309 North Railroad Ave., Pflugerville, 78660. You can also book a different preview time by emailing Steve@Atxauctions.com This auction is online only and will take place on Thursday, December 1st. It will start to close at 1:15 PM on the 1st and will close at a rate of approx. 4 lots per minute until all lots are sold. Pickup will be available Friday and Saturday (Dec 2nd & 3rd) between 10 am - 6 pm. ALL INVOICES MUST BE PAID BY 6 PM ON SATURDAY DECEMBER 3RD. You will be able to pay your invoice online or in person at pickup (cash or card accepted at pickup). Any invoice not paid by 6 PM on December 3rd will be billed to your registered card on file. Contact Steve at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions! ONLINE ONLY - ONLINE ONLY - ONLINE ONLY If you are not already on our text list you can join by texting "ATXPVILLE" to 289289. There is no cost to you to join and we never share your information with anyone else. We send text messages only twice per auction (once when it goes up and another 2 hours before it starts to close). We will NOT be offering shipping for this auction. All pickups MUST be made in our Pflugerville location on the designated days. Thank you for bidding with us in this exciting auction.
Bidding Notice: NO SHIPPING OFFERED - LOCAL PICKUP ONLY
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