XSTIG: Bid and Win All You Want at Yoobids.com (And Get a Free Code Here!)

Want to shop for awesome gadgets with only P1.00 or less? Yes, YOO can! At Yoobids.com, shop, bid and take home the item that you want for impossibly low prices. Yoobids.com is an online bidding site that gives you the biggest value for your money. Your spare change can definitely go places.

How? It’s as fun and easy as playing you favourite game online. Compete with other shoppers across the nation by bidding on gadgets, gift certificates and other good deals on your favourite brands and other establishments.

It’s an auction unlike any other because here at Yoobids, you can win awesome prizes for a much lower cost than the ones in any existing stores. All you need to do is to grab a seat at the auctions via Seat Points that are converted from their purchased value: the conversion of 1 peso = one Seat Point. So there’s really not much to lose because your peso can get you a great deal.

But how does this work? Well, dear Yoosers, it’s all in your hands. Each Yooser is given an equal amount of bid points when the clock starts ticking. The last person to place a bid before the time runs out gets to win the prize. So remember to bid wisely! Book your seat way ahead of the auction and make sure to bid down to the last second. It’s a race to the buzzer. You can log on to www.Yoobids.com and take your bidding luck for a spin and join the General Auctions where anybody who has registered can join for free, yes, free auctions everyday just for registering. And if that’s not enough, bigger and better prizes await at the Premiere Auctions.

And as a treat to readers of Manual To Lyf and XSTIG, we give you a free code you can use at the website that gives you 10 Free Seat Points from Yoobids. These codes can only be redeemed once per account. 

Readers Code: manual2lyf

So come on and take a seat! Life’s a game, play it.

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