Jeaper.com Review – Is Jeaper The Next Big Auction Site?

Jeaper.com Review - Is Jeaper The Next Big Auction Site?, 5.6 out of 10 based on 68 ratings
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The new kid on the block in terms of Penny Auction Sites is called Jeaper.com. They have a great sales page, but we still weren’t sure whether or not they actually had great deals. My wife pushed me to give it a try and find out of I could get her a real expensive piece of jewelery for a low price (at least she thought of our finances).

I signed up for the Jeaper bid package and bought a large amount of bids — like we’ve mentioned in other posts, it’s a good idea to get a large amount of bids..

I then went hunting for a really nice necklace. It actually took me longer than expected to find one as there didn’t seem to be as many auctions going on as my favorite penny auction site — DealFun. Eventually though I managed to find a really sweet necklace on Jeaper that had a retail price of over $1000!

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I knew my wife would be super excited if I managed to win it for her so I watched the auction cautiously. Surprisingly, there weren’t many bidders… It seems that because Jeaper is a new site there aren’t many people that use it yet, which turned out to be great news for me.

I waited until the timer dropped to under one minute and then I went all out. I only had to battle two other bidders off; we exchanged bids for awhile until they eventually gave up or ran out of bids. These guys didn’t know what they were doing at all.

The timer hit zero and the necklace was mine (ugh, I mean my wifes). My total cost for it including bids was only $55! This necklace had a retail value of over $1000!!!

They delivered it through Fedex in about two weeks, which is a longer delivery time than I expected (DealFun and GrabSwag are faster). When my wife saw it she was in shock… She couldn’t believe that I was able to get her such an expensive jewelery for $50. In fact, she was so shocked that she took it to an appraiser. Sure enough, they also told her it was worth over $1000!

Now she’s always bugging me to get her stuff from these penny auction sites :( . So, what’s the verdict on Jeaper?

Even though it’s a new site, they deliver some high quality goods. The best part is that you don’t have to deal with too much competition. However, my favorite penny auction site is still DealFun and then GrabSwag comes in close second. Jeaper still rates 3rd or 4th on my list.

Give it a try for yourself and let me know how everything goes…

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4 Responses to Jeaper.com Review – Is Jeaper The Next Big Auction Site?

  1. Charles says:

    I used this website and found it was decent but when I tried dealfun I was able to win a lot more. I’m going to pass this on

  2. Kemia says:

    I actually tried Jeaper not too long ago and I didn’t like it at all. I think you guys should take a second look at it and see if you still think it’s good. I do agree with your review of DealFun though, that penny auction site absolutely rocks!

  3. michael gransberry says:

    Turns out jeapers.com is really jeapers .CON, they took my money and probably yours and vanished from the web. I want to start a class action lawsuit against them any attorneys out there? lets git’em. I know I wont get my $150.00 back ,but they shouldn’t
    get away this easily. I have searched the web for 2 days and no alarms have gone off on these frauds

  4. Toni G says:

    I checked out Jeaper a long time ago and I have to disagree with this review. I hated their website, and I didn’t get ANY good deals! Use other penny auction sites instead – DO NOT USE JEAPER

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