Auction FAQ

How do your auctions work? 

Every Monday, Wednesday, & Friday we post auctions around 12pm MST on the main page of coralscoral.com. Everything starts at $1 and bids go up in $3 increments. In order to bid just login to your account then click on the auction you are interested in, scroll down to see the auction info and bid box. Enter the number you would like to bid and press ‘bid now’. 


How does automatic bidding work? 

Click on the auction you would like to bid on. In the bid box you will see the option 'automatic bid’, this allows you to enter the highest amount you are willing to pay and the computer will automatically bid up to that amount on your behalf. To make an automatic bid click on the


Can I combine my auctions so they ship together? 

Yes! When you are checking out, you can just pay shipping on one order, then on the following orders just select ‘Add to Order’ as your shipping option.


Can I combine my orders into one invoice so I only pay once? 

Yes. Just email customer service at info@coralscoral.com and we can combine those for you and get you a new invoice. 


Do you offer local/in-store pick up? 

Yes. We are located in Draper, UT  and available most days from 11a-5p by appointment only. Please schedule an appointment using this link https://calendly.com/coralscoral/pickup


Are your auctions WYSIWYG?

Yes!


Do I have to pay shipping for each auction I win?

No! When you are checking out, you can just pay shipping on one order, then on the following orders just select ‘Add to Order’ as your shipping option.


What days do you do auctions?

Every Monday, Wednesday, & Friday we post auctions between 12-2pm MST on the main page of coralscoral.com


When do you post auctions? 

Every Monday, Wednesday, & Friday we post auctions between 12-2pm MST on the main page of coralscoral.com


When do auctions end? 

Every Monday, Wednesday, & Friday auctions start ending at 8pm MST and end every 3 minutes until 9pm MST


How long can you hold my winning auctions before they are shipped?

Ideally we don’t like to hold frags longer than 2 weeks.