Gixen: Free Auction Sniper for Ebay

Azim Toktosunov 10-10-2009

On eBay, when folks want to win an item at the auction, they usually place their bid in advance and set it to the maximum amount they are willing to pay. However, as eBay experts point out early bids increase the item’s value to other participating bidders and therefore drives up the final value of the item. Also, folks who usually bid at the very end of the auction know that continuously refreshing the auction page is tiresome, unreliable and often gets the person to irrationally overbid the item’s worth.


Gixen is a free auction sniper for eBay, which automates the whole bidding process and can automatically place bids on your behalf in the last minute. You simply sign in with your eBay login, enter your maximum bid and quantity and click on the “Add” button.

Gixen places your bid 10 seconds before the auction ends, which in turn gets you a lower final bid price. You can schedule up to 10 multiple simultaneous last-minute auctions, even with your computer off.

auction sniper for ebay


  • Auction sniper for eBay to automatically place bids in last 10 seconds of the auction.
  • Schedule up to 10 snipes at the same time.
  • Nothing to download. Simply sign in with your eBay login.
  • Basic service is free (99.5% reliable).
  • Premium service (Gixen mirror):  Pay 6$/ year and you get 100%  reliability, bids are sent from multiple locations, no ads, wider choice of snipe times and other features.
  • Similar tools: eBaySpy.

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  1. Jalley
    October 18, 2009 at 12:02 am

    From Gixen FAQ:

    Is it safe to just give away my eBay credentials?

    Yes. is using SSL both to transmit your password from your browser, and to authenticate it with eBay. Furthermore, your eBay password is not kept for long after auction ends - after your bids are submitted to eBay, your password is deleted within 48 hours to minimize the risk of it being compromised in the future. This also means that you have only 2 days after auction ends to view status of your bid on If you choose to do so, you can delete your bids even before that.

  2. Peter
    October 12, 2009 at 7:25 am

    "While using eBay sites, services and tools, you will not: [...] transfer your eBay account (including Feedback) and user ID to another party without our consent;"

    Using such sniper tools apparantly is a violation of the eBay User Agreement.

  3. Manu_just
    October 11, 2009 at 5:47 am

    Isn't it a bit risky to trust gixen with your Ebay pw?

    I mean, I can understand it requires to log in for you... But how the hell do you know they are trustworthy or even have a high enough level of security not to get their (and therefore your) data stolen.

    I think you should be very careful when recommending such a site, I bet most readers are not techies and might not understand the whole risks of giving up there login credentials to just any site...