Buyer's Premium: Please check each individual auction for its buyer's premium.
Sales Tax: Unless the auction is an estate auction for one person only, as opposed to a consignment auction, sales tax will be charged. Please check the involved auction to see if sales tax will be collected.
Resellers: If you are a re-seller, you must present us with a Tax Exempt form AT THE TIME OF PAYMENT to avoid paying sales tax.
High bidders will receive an e-mailed invoice by 12 p.m. the day after the auction closes. We will also have a copy of the invoice at the pick-up location. Invoices will also be available to be viewed in your account online.
Type of Payment
Payment is made at the time of pick-up. Unless other arrangements have been made with AAA Auction.
We accept cash, good checks, cashier's checks, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover. Two forms of ID are needed for checks, with at least one being a photo ID. No out-of-state checks. AAA Auction reserves the right to postpone shipping any item until the Buyer's check clears the bank. There is a $30.00 fee on all returned checks. Credit cards will be accepted up to $5,000. Unless prior arrangements are made, coins must be paid for with cash, and titled items must be paid for with cash. Credit card payment will also have a 3% convenience fee added to the total.
Also, payment to AAA Auction in cash of $10,000 or more requires the buyer to complete the IRS form 8300.
Guns and Coins: Unless prior arrangements have been made with the auctioneer, we will accept cash and debit cards only.
AAA Auction reserves the right to ask for and obtain credit card information from any bidder to guarantee any check written for $500 or more. Common reasons are out-of-the-area bidders and bids over $100. Failure to provide credit card information when requested to do so may result in the cancellation of your bid. Winning bidders may still pick up their items at the regular pick-up time and use cash or a good check to purchase their items.