NZ Auction Sites: List of ALL The NZ Online Auction Websites

Here is the list of all the NZ Auction Sites and Classifieds Websites.

Have I missed your favourite? Add it to the comments below.

List of ALL The NZ Online Auction Websites

  1. www.TradeMe.co.nz
  2. www.ListSellTrade.co.nz
  3. www.Sella.co.nz
  4. www.EzyAuctionz.co.nz
  5. www.GraysOnline.co.nz
  6. www.ebay.co.nz
  7. www.nzoab.co.nz
  8. www.TurnersOnline.co.nz
  9. www.SellaBook.co.nz [Books]
  10. www.Lixtor.co.nz
  11. www.Bananas4Free.co.nz
  12. www.SuperDeal.co.nz
  13. www.U-Sell.co.nz [Cars]
  14. www.Bid4It.co.nz
  15. www.OneWay.co.nz
  16. nz.ebid.net
  17. www.SellShed.co.nz

“Buy and Sell Anything” Facebook Groups

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CRAP NZ Online Auction Websites

  1. www.WeddingAuctions.co.nz (Completely empty)
  2. www.4TradeIt.co.nz (Almost completely empty)
  3. www.Drip.co.nz (“under redevelopment” yeah, right)
  4. www.HalfPrice.co.nz (almost completely empty)
  5. www.AuctionMe.co.nz (almost completely empty)
  6. www.MotorBikeParts.co.nz (pretty much empty)

Gone

  1. www.iNeed.co.nz (dead)
  2. www.TradeFree.net.nz (now an Otago local business directory)
  3. www.Wheedle.co.nz (dead 10 July 2014)
  4. www.SellNZ.com (now doing real estate instead)
  5. www.SellBidAndBuy.co.nz (dead)
  6. www.SoldByMe.co.nz (dead)
  7. Gumtree.co.nz (pulled out of NZ)
  8. MyClassifieds.co.nz (dead)
  9. www.olx.co.nz (pulled out of NZ
  10. www.Geta.co.nz (dead)
  11. www.Trade-Exchange.co.nz (purchased by Sella.co.nz)
  12. www.OpenAuction.co.nz (dead)
  13. www.FoxyHub.co.nz (dead)
  14. www.KiwiBidz.co.nz (dead)

27 thoughts on “NZ Auction Sites: List of ALL The NZ Online Auction Websites

  1. Hi,
    I am getting a new boat auction online that is based here in New Zealand but will allso cover most other countries.
    Its being setup to buy and sell boats and all boating related services as well as holiday packages, fishing charters and whatever else can be included to get boating people worldwide more interrested in what we hav here in New Zealand.
    it would be a big help if you could include us in your directory.

    Cheers, Gav.

  2. A new Auction site, only $3.95 membership and once a member everything is free. You must take a look and tell everyone about it. Is site will rock.

  3. Bargains4u is up and running now! Its now a wholesaler store – you wont find these prices in the shops -many of our customers buy our products to list and sell on ebay or trademe

  4. You know, One thing I hate is when people put up lists then can’t be bothered keeping it upto date. It really is pathetic. Thinking you are a hero to the world with such lists, maybe so if the information was correct and UPTO DATE. As it stands you are just some imbecilical, half witted idiot waffling on about something you obviously know nothing about. Get it up to date or take the site down.

  5. Still not up to date… suggest you put a date when you last visited… kiwibidz for example has no virus on site and alot of the dead ones should be removed completely. No dead ones showing means I won’t visit them to see if you are right :)

  6. Now how do I persuade you to drop the aussie owned sites like trademe and sella to the bottom of the list. Trading in NZ but not true kiwi sites

    • Haha I agree Paul, no underarm bowlers allowed…. its not a kiwi site when fairfax media own 51% of trade me, and most of the public shareholders for trade me are australians… hmmmm not very kiwi now is it…

  7. Hmmm his is getting even more interesting, Now I really do think that you have shares in the site wheedle, even though it has major problems with the script and legalities you still put it at number 2 AND it is not even trading… how much did they pay you to fiddle the numbers?

  8. kiwibidz is not dead, just undergoing a makeover I am told, I am also told it will be alive again this weekend. And just as a point of interest even though you keep plugging it SELLA is dead !!

  9. Looks like Wheedle is back up and running again, and it looks not too bad. Perhaps give them another chance, seeing as they are kiwi owned and operated and all.

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