Why didn't I win my auction?
Although you were the highest bidder at the end of an auction on Go Daddy Auctions®, you may not have won the domain because the reserve price may not have been met or Go Daddy Auctions extended the auction and another bidder won.
If the seller sets a reserve price and the auction ends without meeting the reserve, the domain does not sell to the highest bidder. You can tell whether a seller set a reserve price, but you cannot view the price. To win auctions that include reserves, you must meet or exceed the reserve price.
Go Daddy Auctions may extend the length of an auction if several bids are submitted in the final moments before the auction is set to end. By extending the auction time, Go Daddy Auctions allows potential buyers the opportunity to bid on the domain before the auction ends. A clock-shaped icon displays next to domains for which the auction time was extended.
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