The holiday season is upon us and it’s time to start thinking of the perfect gifts for your friends and family.  What to get for the families who have everything?  A subscription to Kids-n-Bids! is the first and only online auction site for children ages 5-9, and we proudly promote learning through fun adventures!  Children play education games in Math, Language Arts, Science and more.  Each game they complete earns them virtual currency, called Goodles, which they can spend in REAL brand name toy auctions through the site. The toys ship for free, and the only cost to you is a very affordable monthly, quarterly or yearly subscription.  A Kids-n-Bids membership is the best idea for your friends with kids – it not only promotes self-directed play, but immediately rewards children for learning and hard work! Learn More by taking a tour!

Affiliates can sign up for the program in Linkshare and check out our latest and greatest Holiday banners today to start promoting Kids-n-Bids to your consumer base – invest in the future of your children the fun way! Current Auctions at include great name brand toys including: Transformers, Fisher-Price, Thomas & Friends, Hot Wheels, Nickelodeon & more!

Commissions (Lead Based per 7 day free trial that converts to sale):

$1.00 per Monthly subscription of $7.95
$3.00 per Quarterly subscription of $19.95
$5.00 per Yearly subscription of $79.95

Cookie Duration: 30 day cookie

PPC Terms:
Direct linking your traffic to is approved
Use of domain in display URL field is OK
Please NO bidding on trademarked terms, brand + term, or variations thereof

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Start by completing our KidsnBids Affiliate Program application in Linkshare. Membership is absolutely free! Once approved, you can choose the links you want to use and begin earning money instantly.

Your marketing efforts will be rewarded with a fantastic $1.00 – $5.00 per lead commission rate and pro active affiliate management by the PMG team. If you have any questions please contact us at [email protected]

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