I'm still trying to find my way around the LL site. I do look at lots of auctions and enjoy dreaming - theresorts are fabulous. I would find it moretempting to click on through if the bid price were on the first page. Sometimes I think it's such a high quality resort that I skip over it......but expecially early on in when the price is still being "bid-up" it would entice viewers and myself to click on through and enter the bidding process.
Welcome to LL Community. Don't go through all the destinations available, because it is just takes to much time. So first of all try to make a decision on where you would like to travel, and focus on that. Once you know where you are going then check every auction submitted for the destination. You will be very surprised at all the great deals available. Good luck!
cantin2...if you have one or moreproperties which hold interest, why not start a new post and ask for community member input? If there are members who have traveled to the properties, we might be able to assist by providing details regarding our experiences at the same property....or, if you have a destination in mind, we might be able to offer our impressions of the specific properties we have visited.
Another idea would be marking properties which appeal to you as 'favourites' -- that way you can easily monitor the offers available for those properties. One of the great things about LL is that even the most luxurious properties can have excellent offers, so don't be put off by how posh they are -- you may be surprised!
I'm 100% with you on this. If the current auction bid price or the "Buy Now" amountwas listed prominently on the first page, together with the name and location of the property in question, it would make looking through all the available auctions or "Buy Now" deals a lot easier and quicker, even if you know the destination you want to visit,than it is now (which forces you to click on the property to find the price). Also, if the bidding history was available to look through somewhere on the page for each auction, that would help see what's likely to happen on the run-up to the close of the auction and who is likely to be bidding.