, the state’s vendor for marketing personalized and specialty license plates in Texas, is holding their 2-character license plate auction now through May. The auction will showcase 25 two-character license plate messages that will be sold to the highest bidders. These easy-to-remember messages include a mix of two-letter, two-number and two-character combos to bid on.

Looking for two digits? My Plates has got that with seven pure number messages available, including 15, 26, 31, 48, 66 and 86.

Looking for two letters? My Plates has got that too, with CJ, HA and FE, or you can even own a state abbreviation like FL, DE or GA. The auction also offers unique repeating letters too like MM and WW.

Maybe you’re from KC or, like most Texans, prefer the AC on? Looking for car-related messages? Try on VW or X5. My Plates has got those, too.

Two-character plate messages are exclusive, unique and extremely limited. Winning any of these 25 plate messages is an incredibly rare opportunity.

All plate messages are offered for a 5-year term, with first right to renew and are fully transferable. Winners can display their own message on any of the 100-plus eligible My Plates Select designs.

“This event is an outstanding opportunity for someone to secure one of these unique and easy-to-remember plate messages as their official Texas tag” said Steve Farrar, president of My Plates.

The auction is now active and bids are being accepted. Texans wishing to bid can register at The auction will close on May 26.

Auction Details:

My Plates 2-character auction dates: April 15 — May 26, 2021.

Unlike other Texas license plates, plates sold by My Plates at auction are legally transferable. The plate owner then has the right to sell the plate message to another person with the same ongoing rights or gift it to a family member or friend. Transferability also means these plates could make great investments.

To find out more information about the auction, simply visit the My Plates homepage or

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