Guests can chose to pre-register their card at check-in and breathe easy for the rest of the evening, knowing that their check-out and item pick-up will be fast and effortless. Auctionpay automates many of your check-in and check-out tasks, so staff and volunteers can be more welcoming and relaxed with event guests.
You can choose between USB or mobile card readers. Each type creates a positive first impression and will help your organization project a professional image.
The Auctionpay Mobile Card Reader is a small card-swipe device, which plugs into the audio port of a tablet. The Auctionpay Card Reader (USB) is a card-swipe device attached to a mouse pad, which plugs into a USB port of your laptop or PC. You may only use the Mobile Card Reader in conjunction with the Greater Giving Event Software (App) downloaded from either the Apple iTunes Store or Google Play.
Our secure card readers are designed exclusively for nonprofit auctions and fundraisers. Registration, cashiering, and post-event reconciliation are all automated with Auctionpay.
"One of our past event challenges were items left over after the auction due to guests not picking them up or having incomplete contact information to contact the high bidder. After using Greater Giving, all of our items were sold the night of the event. And our attendees have been really happy with the streamlined process - much shorter check-out lines."
—San Francisco 49ers Foundation
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