Hey new bidders! Read this article with some tips, tricks, and ideas to get you started on DealDash.
Is today your first day on DealDash? Welcome to the best bidding site around! DealDash is also what is called an “Entertainment Shopping” website, which means that you can play around and have fun on the site, but you can also order some great products as well. If you’re not familiar with all of the inner-workings of DealDash, then please do read on to get more information and some tips on how to use the site effectively.
What is a DealDash Bid?
For starters, DealDash is what’s known as a “Pay to bid” site. The way this works is you buy the bids before you are ready to bid, and then use the bids as you like on different auctions.
You can place as few as 1 bid on an auction, all the way up to as many bids as you have purchased. So in other words, if you were to buy a pack of 100 bids you can place 1 bid on 100 auctions, all 100 bids on 1 auction, or anything in between. With DealDash, it’s up to you how you would like to spend your bids.
What is the Price of Bids and Auctions?
When you first sign up with DealDash, you need to buy your first bid pack. The bids are usually discounted, around .12-.15 per bid.
The auctions are a different story. They might be full price, half price, or even free! It all depends on if DealDash is running a special promotion that day or not.
- If the auction is full price, then the final auction fee will be whatever number that the auction ends at – it could be as low as 1 penny if there was only one bidder, or it could get up into hundreds of dollars if it’s a more expensive item like a TV or computer.
- If the auction is half price, it means that whatever the final auction fee is listed, it will be half of that price. DealDash often runs half off promotions.
- If the auction is free, it means that there is no final auction fee charged. You will just be charged .01 as a processing fee.
BIN it or WIN it!
You might remember earlier in this article when I mentioned that DealDash is an Entertainment Shopping website. Essentially, what this means, is that you can bid on items on DealDash, have a good time, and if you don’t win then you can buy the item at retail price and get back all of your bids.
Say you’re bidding on an item for your home. If you aren’t the winner of the auction then you are eligible to do a “Buy It Now” or “BIN” on the auction. When you BIN the item for the retail price you get every single one of the bids back that you placed, as well as getting free shipping. When you don’t win an auction it just makes sense to do a BIN and receive your bids back. This way you can use them all over again in a different auction. Give it a try!
Thanks for Reading the DealDash Blog
I hope this article on tips for using DealDash as a new bidder has been helpful. I always want to encourage new bidders to learn more about DealDash. If you’d like to read more, you should definitely check out DealDash’s “Tips & Tricks” section on the official site. It’s full of wonderful information to help you win on DealDash. Just click this link right here and you can check it out.
In addition to the DealDash’s “Tips & Tricks” section, there are two other blogs that DealDash sponsors where you can get more information on your favorite bidding site. These other blogs are located at DealDashTips.com and DealDashReviewed.com. Check them out and have a great time on DealDash, and happy Bidding, everyone!
This sponsored DealDash blog article was written by Dawn E, a mother of 3 who loves DealDash. Read even more at DealDashTips.com, DealDashReviewed.com, or on her own blog, DawnBlogtopus. Dawn was compensated by DealDash for this blog post.