Get prepared for the holiday season with the crazy deals on DealDash this weekend! Fall is here and the holiday shopping season 2020 is upon us! Don’t believe me? Just check out our newest YouTube video below – Jessica has a splashy surprise for you at the end!
The leaves are turning, temperatures are dropping, and it is about time to get ready for the holidays! Start stockpiling candy corn and turkey for Halloween and Thanksgiving, and it is never too early to begin shopping for the gift giving season. Maybe you already have begun by winning (or binning) an auction or two!
We are also getting ready for the holiday season here at DealDash. As the premier pay-to-participate auction site around, the biggest holidays for us are Black Friday and Cyber Monday. These are typically the days when we get even crazier than usual and offer the boldest promotions of the year. However, we are doing things a bit differently to launch holiday shopping in 2020. We are bringing in the action with our first ever Holiday Season pre-sale!
The year is 2009, and a young man just lost an auction. He spent $50 trying to win an iPad, but someone else outbid him and he was left empty-handed. Did he cry about it? Perhaps he even yelled out a few choice words? Maybe. But he also promised that he would never let this happen again—to him or anyone else. He ended up creating DealDash which is now the largest pay-to-participate auction site in the US. DealDash was founded to provide an auction experience where people don’t have to lose the money they spent bidding. This is still our mission today.
DealDash offers two key things to make sure that no one leaves an auction empty-handed. For starters, we offer a 90-day 100% money-back guarantee on a customer’s first bid pack purchase. This means that if you buy bids and decide that DealDash is not for you, we will refund your first bid pack purchase back to you in full! The second feature is called Buy It Now (BIN), and it is an important part of what makes DealDash the best auction site around.
What Does Buy It Now (BIN) Mean in Bidding?
The Buy It Now option (BIN for short) is for people who do not win an auction. It lets you pay the listed price for an item to get it sent to you. The bids you used in the auction trying to win the item are returned to your account instantly when you BIN. This way, you can try again to win a different auction without losing your bids. Auction sites that came before DealDash didn’t have this option which caused frustrating situations. You could spent a lot of money trying to win an item, but without any guarantees.
“I got this mountain bike for only $11!” If you watch any amount of TV, you have probably seen the new DealDash ad that begins with these words. The bike is an Adamant HydroRush H7, and the lucky gentleman who got it for only $11 saved $2,289 off the Buy It Now price —not too shabby! Don’t think that savings like this are scarce on DealDash. Winning a bike for $11 is an amazing result that also happens to be attainable on DealDash. We have auctioned off this bike over 400 times and the average final sales price is over 90% off the Buy It Now price. Winning a DealDash bike auction is the perfect way to get what you need to stay active and entertained in 2020.
Think about the most important moments of your life. Who was standing by your side when you went through your first breakup? How about when you blew out birthday candles year after year? Who helped you get ready on your wedding day? Most likely, you went through these moments and more with your friends. We don’t choose our parents, but we can choose our friends, which is why it is so special when you make a lifelong friend. Some countries like Argentina even have a national Friendship Day which millions of people celebrate with their best buddies. In tough times like 2020, friends are more important than ever, which is why Jess, the star of the DealDash YouTube Channel, wants to meet your friends in this week’s challenge.
Any Kind of Friend Will Do To Get 200 Free Bids in YouTube Challenge
You know the saying, “If it sounds too good to be true, then run away as fast as you can.” If a Moroccan Prince emails you out of the blue and says he is holding millions of dollars in escrow for you, then you probably should click that “delete email” button as fast as you can. The same goes for grand promises made by money managers and fly-by-night investment companies. If they promise to double your money in just days, then you probably are dealing with a classic pyramid scheme. What about DealDash? Is DealDash legit?
Some of our auctions really do seem too good to be true, but we also claim to be fair and honest. So what gives? Do customers really have the fair chance to win brand name merchandise for a tiny fraction of the retail price? Does DealDash deliver on the fun and savings that are promised, or is it yet another entry in a long line of things that are too good to be true?