Syfy (ended 2010)
The less "iconic" outfits went for relatively cheap. The cheapest thing to go at the auction was Doctor Simon's Distressed Black Suit Jacket for $100.00 plus Tigh, Callie, Baltar and Elosha had something they wore go for $200, but other than that it was rare to see anything go for less than like $700, and reached a max of $17,500 (Adama's Cylon War Painting). You can find a complete listing and prices for the auction at http://www.auctionnetwork.com/UpcomingCatalog.asp?ShowId=321&SortBy=-Past
Plus if you really want to take home a piece of BSG at a potentially discounted price, there will be weekly eBay auctions to coincide with each of the remaining 9 episodes (http://shop.ebay.com/merchant/propworx), plus another auction, similar in size to last weeks auction taking place in May.
Watching the Auction was oddly addictive, it got really intense at times. Things would go for way more money then you'd think they'd have gone for, while others went for surprisingly low prices.
Yeah, that was one thing I wasn't too crazy about; for the most part all the money is going striaght to NBC Universal. Though I know Trishia Helfer was given her red dress to keep, but she instead offered to put the dress in the auction and the $13,000 that the dess went for was donated to various animal related charities. Also the $1,900 from Tigh's Liquor Bottle went towards a charity of Micheal Hogan's choosing.
Personally I walked away with Leoben's Red Vest getup from the mini-series/The Road Less Traveled up to and atleast last week's episode, and while I probably spent more money then I should have. As long as I don't spend any more money for the next few months I should be okay. The way I look at it is that this is a one in a lifetime chance to own a piece of television history for a show that's left an impact on my life. I've got no regrets. If I didn't buy it, someone else would have, and NBC still gets richer while others get poorer =P