The roller auction in Las Vegas is just about to get a lot more interesting, thanks to the auction ninja.
Auction ninja Jason Brown and partner John Ralston are offering a pair of roller auction items for $2 million each, including a pair to buy at a roller auctions at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Cruces, New Mexico.
Roller auction items are basically the same as auctions, except that they can be purchased in advance of an auction and typically sell for $500,000 to $1 million.
These items are sold as part of a big iron auction that is scheduled for Monday.
If the bids go through, the item might end up on the auction block at the Great American Ball Park in Las Colinas, California, which will be held on Friday.
According to the website, the winner will receive a gift certificate, which can be used for up to $20,000 worth of purchases.
In addition, auction ninja Jason will also auction off a pair that were previously part of the Big Iron Auction.
The items, both of which have the word “BOT” engraved on them, are one-of-a-kind roller auction pieces that will sell for up from $1.5 million to $3.5 and are the only ones of their kind on the market.
They will be auctioned off on Monday at 7 p.m. at the auction site, with the winning bidder getting $100,000.
Ralston said the roller auction is not necessarily the cheapest way to spend your money, but it’s a good way to get an early start.
“We’ve gotten a lot of inquiries from people who want to get into roller auctioning, and they just love the excitement of it,” he said.
“The best part about it is you get to start your day before you get on the plane.
We’re hoping this will become more of a regular thing for roller auction buyers in the future.”
The roller auction at the hotel is scheduled to end Friday.
The first auction will be Tuesday at 6 p.g.
Auction ninjas Jason Brown, John Ralson and John E. Williams will hold their first big iron auctions in the new year.
It’s expected that the sale will be the first roller auction for sale in the country, according to auction ninja, John E Williams.
You can view more photos of the items below.