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I found a question from April, with 0 answers. I would really like to see the solution of it. I've starred it and upvoted it, and even left a comment, but I don't think it's being bumped.

I want to offer a bounty, but for some reason there is no link at the bottom of the post on my screen that allows me to do so. What is going on here?

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possible duplicate of Missing "start a bounty" link on stackoverflow – ChrisF Jun 25 '10 at 11:25
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To offer a bounty:

  • You must have at least 100 reputation
  • The question must be at least 2 days old
  • You have no other bounties active

If you pass all those critera, there is a bug related to bounty offering.

If you add a bounty on a question which gets deleted before the bounty expires, then the bounty is still "active". This needs to be fixed by a moderator or super-admin.

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