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Welcome to SaskSurplus, the Government of Saskatchewan’s surplus asset sale Web site.

COVID-19 Update

To support safe SaskSurplus Sale operations during the COVID-19 pandemic, new measures have been introduced for clients to follow. These include online-only viewings of sale items, a pre-pickup screening checklist, and SaskSurplus Sales - Pick-up Guidelines.

The safety of SaskSurplus clients and employees is our top priority, and we thank you for your cooperation with these new measures. For general Government of Saskatchewan information related to COVID-19, please visit

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Disposal Process Overview

The Ministry of Central Services is responsible for the disposition of supplies for the Government of Saskatchewan.

Vehicles and Equipment

Central Services typically conducts vehicle and equipment sales on a monthly basis opening on the second Wednesday and closing at 10:00 A.M. sharp on the third Wednesday of each month. Items are sold using a bid process. Sales are typically advertised in the four major Saskatchewan daily newspapers with additional details included on the SaskSurplus Website. The public is invited to view the items for sale and if interested in bidding on an item they should complete a “Bid Form” in accordance with the terms and conditions of that sale. The vehicles and equipment are available for viewing at designated sites (per advertisement) or bidders can view a photo on the SaskSurplus Website.

Office furnishings

Office furnishings and typical office equipment no longer needed by government organizations are donated by the Government of Saskatchewan to community based organizations in the province through the Community Donations Program. The program enables government organizations to recycle useful furnishings and donate them to assist community organizations in the valuable work they do to strengthen our communities and our province. Community organizations can find free furnishings that are available in their city or local area and easily pick them up without incurring expensive delivery charges. Visit the Community Donations Website ( for complete details and to register your organization for this program. Some surplus office furniture and equipment is also sold through the SaskSurplus Sale program.

Other surplus items

Other surplus items and equipment is also sold using a bid process. These items will be advertised on the Central Services Website ( Occasionally, if required, the government may use other sales methods such as an auction, which will be advertised in a number of Saskatchewan based newspapers.

Navigating the SaskSurplus Web site

Anyone can navigate to the site ( and browse the current list of surplus assets by clicking on the link (Click here to seach surplus items). Items which are for sale will display during the sale period designated for that item. If no items are displayed, there is not a current active sale.

In most cases the Website will include a digital photo(s) of the items (if available). Any internet browser should have the ability to display the pictures by selecting the associated document link.

Should you have difficulty navigating or accessing the Website, please feel free to contact Central Services, Disposal Program at (306) 787-2062 or (306) 787-2238.

How do I submit a bid for items I wish to purchase?

Should you find something that you are interested in bidding on, click on the “Bid Form” button to download and save or print the “Bid Form”. Complete the bid form including the item number or numbers for each of the items you want to bid on. Bids should be submitted in accordance with the detailed terms and conditions included on the bid form prior to the closing date and time for the sale. PLEASE NOTE ALL BID FORMS MUST BE RECEIVED BY 10 AM SASKATCHEWAN TIME ON THE DATE OF SALE CLOSING. Bid Forms can be submitted electronically ONLY if the “Bid Form” is sent as an attachment to an email sent to . Bid information included in just an email only cannot be accepted.

Place your bid(s) by the item number. The bidder’s name, item number and the bid price is data entered. If submitting a hand written bid form, please ensure handwriting is legible. Include a brief description of the item to help minimize errors. Complete your contact information; address and phone number(s) (an email address if possible) so that we can contact you should you be the successful bidder. A deposit is not required. All applicable taxes will be collected in addition to the successful bid price. Bidders are responsible to apply for tax exemptions by checking off the appropriate box on the bid form.

If you are bidding on multiple items but you do not want them all, please identify your preference of items within the group and the number of items wanted within that group in the next column on the bid form. If you have a preference listed, but forget to include how many you want of that group of items, you will only be awarded 1 item from that group.

Once the bidding closes, Central Services staff will examine all of the bids submitted and determine who the successful bidder is for each item. We will then be in contact with the successful bidder to finalize the sale.

How will I know if I am the successful bidder?

At the conclusion of the bidding period, Central Services staff will examine all of the submitted “Bid Forms” to determine the successful bid. We will then contact the successful bidder usually the day following the sale close date. A summary list of items including the sale price results will also be posted the SaskSurplus website at the same time.

When successful bidders are contacted, Central Services staff we will complete the payment details if paying by phone and confirm a pick-up date. Payment is accepted as per the terms and conditions. Government of Saskatchewan reserves the right to reject any or all bids received.

For sale results or inquiries, phone (306) 787-2062 or (306) 787-2238 or send an email to

Do I have to register to use the SaskSurplus Web site?

No. There is no registration requirement and there is no cost associated with accessing the Web site. The Web site is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week at

What does it cost to access the SaskSurplus Web site?

There are no costs to access the Website. All that is required is access to the Internet through any of the popular web browser such as Microsoft Internet Explorer or similar web browser.

Terms and conditions

Please review the bid form and the sale listing for the terms and conditions associated with the item listed. The following are some general terms and conditions for items sold by Central Services:
  1. By placing a bid, bidders accept the following terms and conditions and any additional terms and conditions that may be identified on an individual item. This includes any disclaimers identified.

  2. All bidders must be 18 years of age or over to place a bid.

  3. All sales are Final. No bidder shall retract his/her bid(s).

  4. Every effort has been made to accurately describe items; however items may not be complete or exactly as described. Bidders are deemed to have relied entirely on their own inspection and evaluation prior to bidding.

  5. Items are sold “AS IS, WHERE IS”. There is no implied or express warranty as to the condition or fitness for a particular use of any items. Items may have safety hazards or contain hazardous material. Bidder accepts full responsibility for items purchased.

  6. No action or claim may be brought by any person against Her Majesty the Queen in Right of the Province of Saskatchewan or their designated custodian representative for any loss or damage of any kind whatsoever arising from the use of SaskSurplus or from the possession, ownership, transportation or use of any goods purchased through SaskSurplus.

  7. Successful bidders must make full payment within 5 business days of notification or as mutually agreed. Failure to make payment will result in cancellation of sale. Items may be re-sold to the next bidder, re-sold in the next SaskSurplus sale or discarded.

  8. Central Services, SaskSurplus reserves the right to ban bidders from bidding for non-payment.

  9. Successful bidders are responsible to remove items from premises within 5 business days of notification or as mutually agreed. Failure to remove items from premises may result in forfeiture of goods and all money paid.

  10. Province of Saskatchewan reserves the right to charge an administration/storage fee for items that are not removed.

  11. Successful bidders are responsible for the loading, packing and shipping arrangements for the removal of items from premises. In some locations assistance may be provided. Contact local disposal contacts to make pickup arrangements.

  12. All applicable taxes will be collected in addition to the successful bid price unless otherwise stated on bid form.

  13. Personal Information provided is for our use only and will not be disclosed to a third party unless required by law. Personal Information is used to contact bidders and to complete the sale of goods.

  14. Bid ties will be settled by a coin toss by two staff members.

  15. Offer To Purchase, Bid Forms are accepted by:
    • depositing in the bid box at SaskSurplus Sales Lot, 500 McLeod Street, Regina SK, submitted by fax (306)787-2092;

    • phone (306)787-2062 or (306)787-2238,

    • mail to the address below; please allow sufficient time for bid to be received.

    • attaching a completed bid form to an email sent only to Central Services is not responsible for emails not received for any reason, SPAM filter, wrong address, etc. Acknowledgement of email received will be sent by return email.

  16. Bids MUST be received at SaskSurplus Sales Lot by the closing date and time as displayed at SaskSurplus.

  17. Central Services, SaskSurplus reserves right to have unadvertised minimum selling prices on items.

  18. The highest or any bid may not necessarily be accepted.
    • Central Services reserves the right to reject any or all offers to purchase received or withdraw any item from the sale.
Methods of Payment

  1. Visa or Master Card - Maximum allowable payment is $10,000 including tax. Payment by phone accepted if paying by Visa or MasterCard: (306) 787-2062

  2. Interac/Debit - Maximum payment amount is dependent on your card limitation. (In Person)

  3. Bank Draft, Money Order or Certified Cheque - (no personal or business cheques), Payable to “Minister Of Finance"
    Payment accepted at: Ministry of Central Services, SaskSurplus, 500 McLeod Street, Regina SK S4N 4Y1

  4. Cash – Will ONLY be accepted in the Exact amount at 500 McLeod Street, Regina SK S4N 4Y1

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