We all push our luck a little bit from time to time with regards to both buying and selling domains, so I thought I would share my recent experience with you. On 9th June I stumbled across correct.co.uk listed for sale on Sedo. I liked the name and submitted a £500 opening bid. They countered back £750 to which I was surprised, as I personally valued it at £1500-2000 to the right person even in the reseller market. Foolishly I didn't accept the £750 counter offer, and instead decided to try my luck and bid £575. The seller then proceeded to push to Sedo auction and I was gutted. No other bids were made on the name, until the day before auction ended (which I was fully expecting, and the main reason I was gutted) and it was for £625 On the final day, in the last 20 minutes of the auction I decided to counter bid again, and was winning again at £800. Cue a couple more bids from both of us, and we were now on £1,500 with me being the winning bidder. Then a bid of £1,550 was placed and I decided to let it go (one of the reasons being, I was convinced I was being shill bidded at the time) Auction History here I then watched the whois over the next few days, and it did change to someone not connected to the original seller. I kicked myself as I could have bought it for £750, if I hadn't have tried to squeeze that extra £175 down, and even more gutted as I knew it was a good price at that price. The lesson I learnt here, and the reason I am telling others - if you REALLY believe something is worth the asking price, then don't hesitate and just buy it or you will end up regretting it.