Who's ready to save some money on some great items from Bids for Bargains?

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We have gathered some of the very best in food, entertainment, and outdoor fun for you to save lots of money and have some fun bidding on some items. Tune in to News Talk 1070 KHMO or 1530 KICK AM for the on-air portion of Bids for Bargains on July 12 from 8 am to Noon, and July 13 from 8 am to 10 am. Starting at Noon on July 12th you will be able to purchase items on the Bids 4 Bargains website.

To see a full list of items go to bids4bargains.com.  Some BIG items include:

VIP Tent at Riverfest Quincy-$4000 Value

Husqvarna Diamond Design Sewing & Embroidery Machine - $6500 Value

Bed Liner from Line-X of Quincy - $569 Value

Mount Olivet Cemetery Plots - $1500 Value

Sam's Club Membership - $100 Value

If you're looking for a few food items we have several pizza options, diners, and lots of tasty desserts. New this year we are no longer offering a Hannibal pick-up option, however, you can choose to either have your certificates mailed to you for a small fee or pick them up at our Quincy location. Some exceptions may apply if the item is too big to mail.

During the live auction if you would like to place a bid you will need to call 866-243-5213. This is the only phone number you will need.

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