Get the Auction Advantage: Register for Victoria’s biggest online auction, enter to win $500

Pre-registration begins May 15 for the at auctionadvantagevictoria.com

Do you like saving up to 50 per cent off retail?

How about the chance to win $500, just for registering for Victoria’s biggest online auction?

If so, the Black Press AuctionAdvantage online auction – June 2 to 11 – is what you’ve been waiting for.

Hosted by Black Press’s Greater Victoria community newspapers at auctionadvantagevictoria.com, this year’s auction offers bidders everything from sports and activity packages, home furnishings and appliances to nights out at some of the region’s best restaurants and even a private concert with popular local tenor Ken Lavigne.

Hundreds of items in all will be on offer, all offered at huge savings – up to 50 per cent off.

Excitement is building as exceptional local businesses are adding new items every day. Pre-registration begins May 15, and those who sign up by Thursday, June 1 will be entered to win $500.

The auction goes live June 2 – watch for an auction guide in your Greater Victoria Black Press newspaper or view all the items online.

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