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Clark County to hold first surplus auction of the year

Posted at 9:55 AM, Feb 12, 2019
and last updated 2019-02-12 12:55:05-05

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Clark County’s first government surplus auction of 2019 is just around the corner and the preview and pre-registration begin next week.

The auction will be held at 8 a.m. on March 2 at 4320 Stephanie St., off Flamingo Road near Dog Fancier’s Park.

A three-day, preview and pre-registration period will be Feb. 27 through March 1, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Anyone planning to participate in the live auction to bid on vehicles or miscellaneous items must register as a bidder on site at the TNT Auction trailer set up on the auction grounds. To become a registered bidder, participants need to present a valid ID. There is no cost to register.

The auctions, held three times a year, feature items used or acquired by area police and government agencies including cars, trucks, computers, office equipment, electronics and other lost and found items from McCarran International Airport. The County contracts with TNT Auction to manage the sales.

Catalogs listing vehicles and miscellaneous items being sold are posted on TNT’s website and get updated regularly as the date of the sale approaches.

Upon winning a bid on auction day, payment is due in the form of cash, cashier's checks, credit cards, debit cards, traveler's checks or money orders. YouTube videos in English and Spanish are posted on the County’s website at to walk interested participants through the process.

An exception for on-site registration is if you plan to participate in the online portion of the vehicle auction, which is conducted at the same time as the on-site vehicle auction. Anyone who plans to bid for vehicles online must register in advance of the sale online through TNT’s website. If you register online for the vehicle auction, you must bid online.

Auctions also will be held at 8 a.m. on May 11 and Nov. 16, at the same Stephanie Street location.

In 2018 the auctions raised $6.9 million for participating governmental entities, including $4.4 million for Clark County agencies. Each auction drew an average of 1,927 bidders.