Godaddy Expired Auction Picks Ending 2020-05-30

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House searching, buying and renting agency, interior design and home essentials. Currently bidding at $347.

One-word brandable name with current bid price $500.

Skin care essentials and make-up products. Current bid price is $206.  

Now you might think what could possibly relate to a shrew (for those who are not familiar, shrew is a mole like animal)? Well, if Rabbit can video-conference, Shrew can surely dig some mountains too! One-word brandable name, turn it into anything you want. Current bid price is $420.

In your fate to brew, eh? Brew your coffee, brew your beer, currently bidding at $85.

Build solar buildings, install solar panels, maintain them, repair them – just like Bob the Builder! Currently bidding at $155.

Affordable emergency ambulance service – air and road transport modes. Might as well include memberships to boost relevance (yeah, we give start-up ideas too). Currently bidding at $167.

Plumbing services, supplies and distribution, fittings and fixtures. Currently bidding at $470.

Online auction portal for classic, vintage items or things you don’t use anymore but could surely be of use to someone else. A good pick for selling second-hands. Currently bidding at $510.

Good one for everything natural – ice-creams, food products, cosmetics, personal care essentials or just naturally and organically grown fruits and veggies! Current bid price is $12.

P.S. : The prices mentioned here are of the time I was writing this up. For real-time stats, kindly visit auctions.godaddy.com .

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