If you’re reading this as a seasoned DealDash veteran, you know how easy your first few wins on DealDash can be. If you’re a Newbie here, let me tell you all about how easy it is to win.
Your first few wins are going to be remarkably easy for you! As long as you pay attention and start small with a $10 gift card or a small item then it will be very easy for you to get a few wins under your belt. This doesn’t apply, of course, if you decide to “Go big or go home” and try to win an Xbox One or huge TV as your first win. Winning a really big and valuable prize can take a lot of time, effort, and research. However, if you are new and just starting go ahead and jump right in! DealDash has a satisfaction guarantee with your first bid pack, so there’s nothing to lose.
If you’re interested in the money back guarantee, here are the details, straight from the DealDash Terms of Service page:
Bidders on DealDash are entitled to a No Questions Asked 100% Money Back Guarantee on their first Bid Pack purchase. Should a bidder be unsatisfied with the service for any reason, they are entitled to get their entire first Bid Pack purchase fully refunded. Simply email email@example.com within 90 days and request for the refund. The refund will be credited back to you in 7 days. The refund will be granted regardless of if you have won or lost auctions, or whether you have bids left on your account or not. Only 1 refund per person.
If you have been around DealDash a little bit longer than a total Newbie, and you’ve won some easy auctions, maybe it’s time for you to branch out and try some more challenging ones. If you have found an auction that you’re interested in winning, the best plan for you is to open the actual auction page itself up and check out it’s statistics. When you are looking at an open auction page it will tell you a lot of the information that you need to know. On the left side, from top to bottom you will see the BIN (Buy It Now) price, the previous winners and what the auction ended at, and then below that you will see the bidders currently bidding on the auction.
Once you have seen the BIN price you can decide if you’re ready to go “all the way” and BIN if you don’t win, you can see if the auction seems like it’s going to be on the higher or lower final value, and finally you can see if there is some really tough competition. Use this information, and it will help you decide if you’re ready to bid!
Good luck and happy bidding everyone! See you on DealDash.com!