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IPL merchandises to be auctioned online







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As the competition for the sixth Twenty20 title heats up, Collectabillia.com has added to the excitement with a series of week-long auctions of T-20 merchandise.

pepsi ipl auction 300x208 IPL merchandises to be auctioned onlineWith new items being added to the list every day, the highlights of this week’s auction include a personally autographed jersey of Adam Gilchrist, a personally autographed ball by Dale Steyn and a Mumbai Indians team autographed jersey.

India’s first celebrity commerce website and the sole platform for the sale of sports memorabilia in India, Collectabillia.com began its auctions of T-20 collectibles at the beginning of this season, with a catalogue of merchandise that allows for new items to be added to the auction portal every day.

This week’s auctions will feature a ball personally autographed by Steyn. Last year’s champions Kolkata Knight Riders’ team autographed jerseys are also up for grabs online.

“Collectabillia.com was started with the vision of bringing the fans closer to their idols. While they zealously cheer their teams to victory, fans can now own personally autographed merchandise from their favourite stars this cricket season allowing fans the opportunity to enrich their T-20 experience,” said Anjana Reddy, M D Universal Sportsbiz Pvt. Ltd.

With the auctions being conducted exclusively online, fans have an equal opportunity to bid for their favourite team’s merchandise from the comfort of their homes or office desks.



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