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Buying at Irish Machinery Auctions couldn`t be easier. With 4 great ways to buy, you`ll never miss another auction.

Physical Bidding Onsite

Register to bid on the day of the auction and enjoy the excitement of the live auction atmosphere. Raise your bidding number to bid and if you’re the highest bidder you win the lot.

Phone Bidding

Register to bid by phone at any of our auctions by calling us on 045 988 799. Enjoy the freedom of receiving a call when the lot / lots of your choice enter the live auction ring. Simply tell your personal auction clerk when to bid and they`ll do the bidding for you, leaving you free to enjoy the rest of your day.

Online Bidding

Register to bid online through our website and enjoy the live auction event with live video and audio feed from the comfort of your home. Simply click bid when you are ready and your bid will be sent directly to the auctioneer and hall bidders in real time.

Proxy Bidding

Register to bid by proxy either through our website or by calling us on 045 988 799. Relax, breathe, we`re here to do it all for you. Simply let us know what lots you want to bid on and what the highest price you`re willing to bid on each lot is, and our Auction Support Team will bid on your behalf at the auction so you don’t have to drive, log on or even take a phone call.

Registering to bid for any of our auctions requires that a Deposit of €1000 Cash, Debit Card, Bank Draft or Bank Transfer is left with us. This deposit is fully refundable after the auction if no purchase is made, or used as part payment and deposit against your invoice if you make a purchase. For more information on registering to bid at Irish Machinery Auctions contact us on 045 988 799 or email support@irishmachineryauctions.com

** Due to the increased activity of our office on the day of auction it is recommended that absentee bidders register to bid no later than 20 hrs in advance of the auction start time. Absentee bidding is a service provided for those who cannot attend the auction but due to outside forces such as internet strength and phone reception Irish Machinery Auctions recommend physically attending the auction to ensure that the bidder has the best chance of winning the lot(s) of their choice.