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How do Yahoo! Japan Auctions’ "Buy It Now" auctions work?

With Yahoo! Japan Auctions, a seller can choose to set a “Buy It Now” price for an item. This means that if someone pays that price, the auction will close immediately and the bidder will win the auction.

If for any reason, you do not want to buy the item immediately, you must bid below the “Buy It Now” price.

Please note that unlike on eBay, the “Buy It Now” price does not disappear if someone places a lower bid. It stays in place until the auction ends or someone meets that price, which means that even if you place your bid early, someone can still use the “Buy It Now” price to win the auction.



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