We decided to be generous today and mete out two clues in our Win an iPad Competition.
To get the clue number three (on the winding path leading to the mystery item that may land an iPad in your hands) you need to solve the riddle tweeted on the bidorbuy Twitter page.
(Tip number one: you will recognise the right post because it will feature the #winipad Twitter thingy.)
(Tip number two: The listing is not an auction, and not a classified.)
Since we trust that you will solve the riddle without any difficulty whatsoever, weâ€™ll talk here about something entirely different.
Did you know?
That bidorbuy was established in 1999 as an exclusively online auctions site. On auctions, the prices of the items listed for sale are not fixed. The auction format of trading is considered well suited for the items whose inherent value is subjective, like collectibles (antiques, stamps, rare coins, etc).
In 2001, bidorbuy introduced buy now format for selling items at fixed prices. This format is regarded as more suitable for mass-produced merchandise (computers, home electronics, tools, etc).
In 2005, bidorbuy introduced classifieds section where sellers can display items that may not lend themselves easily for sale on the internet, like second-hand cars, property and services.