How To Set Targets For The Whisky Of Interest
Targets List - allows you to track all targets of interest in live whisky auctions.
Now you don't have to waste your time searching and tracking down the whisky you're interested in from all the active auctions.
Now simply mark the bottle you want as a target on your Watch List and as soon as it appears in our live lots database you will see it in your Targets List. You will also receive emails when any of your auction targets end today.
When adding or editing an item to your Watch List tick the Set as target box:
1) Optionally set the maximum price you want to pay for the whisky (not including the auction fee)
2) Tick the Set as target box
As soon as your targets appear in our live lots database - you will be able to track them on Targets List page.
You also have access to a target output management form. You can select a specific target from the list or all at once. Output only those that end today. And so on.
A few more things to be aware of:
- We update all information daily, but the current bid at the auction may be different to what we have listed.
- Whether or not the bottle in question ends up in the target list depends on your search query, which you set in Watch List.
Q: How do I turn off target notifications that come to my email?
A: You can unsubscribe from targets notifications in your profile settings.
Q: I get target notifications almost every day. Why so often?
A: You are notified of all your targets that end today. If you have many targets for each day, it might be worth describing the targets in more detail and not just putting the name of the distillery as a target (e.g. Macallan or Ardbeg, etc.).
HowTo Target List Whisky Hunter
Updated: Nov. 24, 2021
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