Learning About DealDash is Exciting!

Image result for dealdash old logoClearly, you enjoy bidding on DealDash if you’re reading this. Do you know how DealDash got it’s start? Read on…

DealDash is the longest running “pay-to-bid” auction site around. Before DealDash was founded on February 22, 2009, your only choices were a handful of sites that offered you absolutely nothing for your money if you didn’t win. Most of those other sites are out of business now, and with good reason. The whole idea of DealDash was thought up by company’s founder, William Wolfram. If you’re interested in learning more about DealDash’s history and some fun facts and tips, then read on.

The Difference With DealDash

DealDash is so very different from all of the other sites out there. Not only does DealDash offer a “safety net” for when you don’t win, they also offer many other unique perks. For instance, this safety net that I mentioned is called “Buy It Now”, or “BIN”. This means that you can recover each and every bid that you spent on a particular auction if you take the BIN option. Doing a BIN just means that you buy the auction for it’s retail price, and DealDash will give you back your bids. It’s that simple.

Another example of the DealDash difference is the fact that you can get your money back if you don’t enjoy using DealDash! DealDash is completely risk-free to try, because they will offer you a refund if you don’t want to continue being a member of the community. Please do remember, though, that your first bid pack is refundable, but not any subsequent bid packs.

DealDash Offers Free Bids – That’s Different

Something that’s definitely new and different to the auction world is that DealDash gives free bids. The other sites wouldn’t dream of giving free bids, but when William Wolfram started DealDash he thought long and hard what would make his customers happy. The result that he came up with was free gifts for his customers in the form of bids and free shipping.

As you’re bidding on DealDash your bid meter will start to fill up. Once your bidding meter has been filled your account will be credited with free bids right away. Remember when I told you about doing a BIN? After you’ve paid for your BIN and receive your bids back you’ll get to keep all of that time that you saved up as the highest bidder.

There are other ways to get free bids as well such as coming by daily to bid on DealDash, and also by sending in pictures and videos with your wins. So you can see, our founder William Wolfram really cares about his customers, and wants to make DealDash the best bidding site out there.

Thanks for Reading

I hope this article has encouraged you to learn more about DealDash. It’s fun to learn about our favorite web site. You should definitely check out DealDash’s “Tips & Tricks” section on the site. It’s full of great information that you will find helpful when bidding on DealDash. Just click this link right here and you can check it out.

Thanks so much for reading this DealDash Blog article on DealDash history today. Don’t forget to check back often for new articles here are well as on our other blogs, DealDash Reviewed and DealDash Tips. Learning is power, and you want all of the power that you can get when you’re up against a Power Bidder!

Let’s get some free bids by using the time clock! DealDash has some awesome products up today! Visit DealDash now to see how much you can save. Have fun on DealDash, and happy bidding everyone!

Always BIN WIN DealDash

This sponsored DealDash blog was written by Dawn E, a mother of 3 who loves DealDash. Dawn was compensated for writing this blog. Read even more at DealDashTips.comDealDashReviewed.com, or on her own blog, DawnBlogtopus.

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http://www.dawnblogtopus.com - Mom of 3 small kids living the dream in Massachusetts. Fan of sewing, crafting, cooking, reading, and blogging.

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