The 2018 Version of Idaho's Largest Garage sale was one of our biggest ever, thanks to the amazing weather we experienced on Saturday. Hundreds of people were lined up at 7 a.m. for the anticipated opening and chances at finding those amazing bargains before anybody else.

There were plenty of bargains to go around throughout the day, and as I've found the later it gets the better the deals.

Unfortunately, if you wait, you can miss out, as was the case with me and a Coors light chair with built-in Ice chest, that I had my eye on. I made an offer of $50 after it had been reduced from the original price of $100 to $80. The owner turned down my original offer but told me to come back and if it hadn't sold by the end of the day, she'd sell it to me for $50.  When I returned, there was a big sign on it saying "Sold to Greg".

She told me "sorry, you snooze you lose"...I responded, that I thought it was Gods way of telling me that I didn't need it.

I did, however, make some other great buys including some Star Wars stuff that you see in the video. The Star Wars Bank is an original from 1996 and it has never been opened.        (I thought I would maybe give this as a gift...but now I'm thinking I may give it to myself).

People in need in the Treasure Valley also did well, with donations to ARC garnering free Boise Music Festival Tickets. By the end of the day, there was a huge pile of bags and bags of clothes that had been donated.

And of course, for the second year in a row, we had a celebrity appearance. There was a long line of fans that got to take pictures and get autographs from Chumlee from the History Channel's Pawn Stars.

Check out pictures from the day below.