Save big on a summer of fun with Victoria’s biggest online auction

Pre-register at auctionadvantagevictoria.com by June 1 for chance to win $500

Whether your summer passions lean to travel, fun on the water or even trail rides on horse-back, it’s all possible through Black Press’s Auction Advantage.

Hosted from June 2 to 11 by Black Press’s Greater Victoria community newspapers at auctionadvantagevictoria.com, this year’s auction offers bidders plenty of ways to while away a summer day.

Bidders will have the chance to secure travel vouchers – trip to Tahiti, anyone? – cycling shop gift certificates, fishing gear, paddling tours and plenty more to keep you busy having fun this summer.

Looking for something a little different? How about a dream baseball package for the HarbourCats fan or a gift certificate for a freighter cruise?

New items are being added every day and hundreds of items in all will be on offer, all posted at huge savings – up to 50 per cent off.

Pre-registration is underway, 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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