Shopping From Home While Having Fun on DealDash

Do you have fun shopping on DealDash? I know I do! Let’s compare DealDash shopping versus regular shopping.

Let’s imagine something for a moment: You are in the mood to do some shopping. So you get dressed, go out into the snow, drive to the mall, drive around the parking lot for 10 minutes looking for a spot, then walk and walk and walk. You come home exhausted! That’s not my idea of fun at all! What if there was a way to get all of the items that your family needs and wants without even getting out of your PJs? I have the answer, it’s DealDash!

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Do you know why DealDash is frequently called “entertainment shopping?” Because it’s fun and entertaining! It gives you a rush to be in competition with other bidders, and when you win…What a thrill!!! Seeing those fireworks on the screen is usually the best part of my day. Have you ever gotten a thrill by shopping at a “big box” store? I doubt it. The only thing that going to big box stores does is frustrate me.

The beauty of DealDash is simple – not only do you get to stay at home in your PJs and shop online, but you also have the possibility of getting the item you want for an awesome deal if you’re the winner. And hey, if you aren’t the winner, you can always BIN (Buy it Now), get all of your bids back, and get free (and fast) shipping on your item. Remember, if you have ever “over bid” just hit the BIN button, pay retail price for the item, and DealDash will when refund all of the bids you used on that item, and you can try again another day.

Bidding online is not only fun and entertaining, but for some people it just makes life a little easier for them. For example, I have 2 small kids, and I am 9 months pregnant – doing the parking, walking, waiting in line thing just doesn’t work for me right now. My situation is temporary, but for a lot of people such as the disabled, the elderly, or people that simply don’t drive DealDash is an awesome way to shop and have fun!

So if you would like to have some fun and entertaining shopping, check out the auctions on DealDash. It’s a great way to get what you need and have a great time bidding as well. See you on DealDash everyone! Good luck and happy bidding.

Getting a Little Help From DealDash Customer Support

DealDash customer support is always ready to help you quickly and with a (virtual) smile.

Raise your hand if you have ever used DealDash’s customer support! I know I have! You can contact DealDash’s customer support anytime you have any sort of question, comment, or problem. There are a few ways that you can contact support. You can send them an email through the DealDash website, but they also have a live online support button as well. Here is the link where those are located here.

You might think to yourself “I don’t need any help!” Well, there are a few different reasons that you might like to speak to DealDash’s customer support, here are a few common reasons:

  • You might want to inquire where your package is
  • You’re new and need a little help understanding the site
  • You would like to know how to connect with DealDash on Facebook
  • You would like to report someone for fraudulent bidding (i.e. Team Bidding)
  • You might have a general question about buying bids or paying for your won auctions

Here is a great YouTube video featuring DealDash’s customer support:

I myself have contacted DealDash for quite a few reasons – last Christmas I won 3 DVDs, and for some reason they were showing delivered…To a different state! I contacted DealDash’s customer support and after looking up the tracking numbers they immediately dispatched me out 3 more of the DVDs to my address, and I received them within days. There was no argument or attitude or anything else that you might have experienced with other company’s customer support, just a friendly person on the other end who was happy to help me. 

Do you have a favorite DealDash customer support story? Leave it down below in the comments section. Also, be sure to check out the auctions and see what you can win today. See you on DealDash everyone! Good luck and happy bidding.

1000 Free Bids go to…

The best photo of the week goes to Lilianne Blanchard. Congratulations! You just won 1000 free DealDash bids for posting this great photo of the Fisher F5 METAL DETECTOR (valued at $538.00) that you won for only $102.68.


Have you collected your free bids for your posting your winning photos to Facebook? If not, you’re missing out on hundreds of free bids and a chance to win 1000 bids awarded weekly for the best photo.  Learn about how you can claim your free bids here.

Looking forward to seeing your photos!

Taking a Look at Different Bidding Styles

If you’re just getting started at DealDash you might be puzzled at all of the different ways that people use to bid on items. Be mystified no more, here is a handy guide to a few different bidding styles.

I know when I first got started with DealDash a few years ago I was seriously confused…When you think of bidding in an auction you might picture an auctioneer raising the price higher and higher as people commit to paying a certain amount of money. Well, online auctions are totally different. Not only do the customers dictate the price by raising the price of the item by 1 Penny every time they bid, bidding is not as straightforward as you might think. Here are a few different ways that people bid:


The Newbie: The Newbie tends to be overexcited about their first few times on DealDash, and they bid like crazy on every auction on the home page, without even opening up the item page or doing any research whatsoever. This bidding style very rarely wins anything, and just leaves the bidder frustrated.

The Stomper: Everyone hates The Stomper. The Stomper picks an auction, and rather than bidding politely and waiting for the timer to go down to 2 or 3 seconds they bid immediately after a person, therefore cheating the person out of their “clock time.” The Stomper is not the best way to bid, because it usually ends up making people angry and they will just keep bidding til the BIN (Buy It Now) price any possibly even beyond just to spite The Stomper. However, occasionally being The Stomper can win you an auction, especially if you are bidding against The Newbie, because as we talked about above The Newbie is easily frustrated and will move on pretty quickly.

The Bid it and Quit it: The person who uses “The Bid it and Quit it” style tends to spread out small amounts on bids on many different auctions in the hopes that they might get lucky and have one of the auctions that they picked to The Bid it and Quit it are one of those magical auctions that ends for just a few cents. This bidder tends to do some research on when is the best time to bid, as well as picking lower value auctions that might not be as popular. On first glance you might think that The Bid it and Quit it and The Newbie are the same, but they are really very different – The Newbie is surprised and frustrated when they don’t win, and The Bid it and Quit it doesn’t really expect to win, they just like the thrill of possibly winning something for pennies. The Bid it and Quit it treats DealDash as if it’s a virtual scratch ticket, tossing away $5-$10 in bids in hopes of a big payoff.

Those are just a few of the ways that people like to bid on DealDash. What’s your favorite way? Please stay tuned for future blogs where I will discuss more advanced ways to bid. For now, check out the auctions and see what you would really like to bid on, and try my tips to save bids. See you on DealDash everyone! Good luck and happy bidding.

More Suggestions on How To Conserve Your Bids

We’ve talked about conserving bids before, but here are some other ideas that can hopefully help you save bids and money.

Well, there are a few different ways to try and conserve your bids for another day, and I will try to teach you about some of the easiest ways to save your bids for later.

One of the best ways to conserve your bids is to use the BidBuddy! When I very first started using DealDash a few years ago I was so confused by the Bid Buddy. At first, I thought that the BidBuddy was some kind of trick or bid waster, but really, that thinking was all wrong. The Bid Buddy is the BEST way to save bids, because when you are putting in single bids it’s very easy to lose track of the order that people are bidding in, and therefore wasting a bid by bidding too early.

The BidBuddy is a wonderful tool that DealDash provides to every single bidder, free of charge, to help them win more auctions. We all know that the majority of auctions on DealDash are won by using the BidBuddy. The BidBuddy waits until the last second to bid. You can put in as few or as many bids as you like into the BidBuddy, and it will tirelessly bid for you until your bids have run out. The BidBuddy is an awesome tool to use to conserve bids, especially if you are bidding on an auction that seems like it’s going to last late into the night, long after you have gone to bed.


We’ve talked about this before, but I feel that being willing to BIN (Buy It Now) is such an important way to conserve bids that we need to talk about it again. If conserving bids is important to you and your family, then you should probably only bid on things that you need and can use in everyday life instead of “taking a chance” on something that’s completely out of your price range if you don’t win. If you want to conserve bids, practice your DealDash math so you know when to stop bidding to break even with your bids + final auction cost, then stop bidding! After you do your math calculations and realize that you have reached the BIN price, use the “Buy it Now” option and pay retail price for the item. DealDash will when refund all of the bids you used on that item, and you can try again another day.



I hope that these simple tricks help you to save your bids and get the most out of your bid pack purchases. Pay attention to what you’re doing, check out the auctions and see what you would really like to bid on, and try my tips to save bids. See you on DealDash everyone! Good luck and happy bidding.