Naked Wine Auctions Help Customers Bag The Best Bottles At The Right Price

England, United Kingdom (PressExposure) April 07, 2009 -- Online wine retailer Naked Wines is offering its customers access to price busting bargains by hosting online wine auctions.

As the economic climate continues to turn us all into price conscious bargain hunters, Naked Wines has recognised the need to offer customers more cost effective purchases whilst enhancing their wine buying experience.

A Naked Wines employee explained: “We wanted to add an extra element of enjoyment to the way consumers can buy wine, whilst still enabling them to bag some real bargains - and without having to endure the time painstaking task of scanning the supermarket shelves for a dubious money-off offer.”

“Our wine auctions offer bidders access to a number of amazing wines produced from a whole host of suppliers around the world, which may otherwise be unavailable or far too pricey for their pockets. You only need to look at the RRP prices of some of the wines to see the huge savings customers are making.”

Taking part in the Naked Wines' wine auctions couldn’t be simpler. Bidders just follow a few simple steps:

Log-on to the Naked Wines' site – either login as an existing customer, or create an account if you are new to Naked Wines

Get bidding - find the auction you like the look of and decide how much you are prepared to pay. Enter your bid and hit the bid button!

Check your emails - they will email you to let you know whether you're the winning bidder or not – so you decide whether to keep on going or to try again next time.

Next Day Delivery applies to most of the auction cases - the standard delivery service for all Naked Wine orders - and bidding starts at just £1 for 6 bottle cases.

To check out what cases Naked Wines currently has on auction – and to bag a bargain - visit

About nakedwines

Sackville House
44-48 Magdalen Street
Norwich NR3 1JU
England 06672317
Phone: 01603 281 800
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Press Release Submitted On: April 02, 2009 at 11:42 am
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