Before bidding at any Allsop auction you must first register to bid. Once registered, you'll then need to know how to bid on auction day.

At a live streamed auction bids can be placed via the internet, by phone or by proxy.

You will need to select your bidding method when registering to bid.

Upon successful registration, you will receive an email from Allsop with your Unique Bidder ID which is required to be eligible to bid. Your Unique Bidder ID will be accessible in your Allsop account and you will also receive a reminder e-mail on auction day. 

Bidding methods

Via the internet

On auction day you need to:

We have created a short film to guide you through the steps of bidding via the internet at a live streamed auction.

By phone

On auction day:

By proxy

When the gavel falls...

FAQs: Bidding at an Live Streamed Auction

Yes, we are here to help. If you have any questions or need other support, please call:

Residential Auctions +44 (0)20 7494 3686

You can watch the auction live online to check progress. We usually offer around 20-25 lots per hour. 

  • If we cannot reach you on the preferred contact number provided when registering, we will also try any other numbers provided
  • When registering to bid by phone you are also given the option to leave a proxy bid, so if we cannot reach you Allsop will bid on your behalf up to this amount

  • At a live streamed auction you can only place an internet bid when the Auctioneer opens the bidding on a lot you have registered for
  • The Auctioneer will regulate the bidding and either accept or decline your bid according to other bids being made

Yes, as long as you have already added these lots to your registration to bid prior to the auction.

Please call the Residential Auction team on +44 (0)20 7494 3686 and we will assist you where possible.

Please call us immediately and one of our team will do all they can to assist you. However, please note that we cannot guarantee being able to approve your registration to bid at such short notice.

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