Like Sports? So Does DealDash!

DealDashDo you love sports? DealDash has sports in the  Hobbies, Toys, Outdoors, and Games Category.

The DealDash Hobbies, Toys, Outdoors, and Games category is a fun category with many sports items up for auction. There are not only sports items up for auction for kids, but also for the parents and other adults in the household as well. If you love sports and the outdoors, then you definintely need to check out the Hobbies, Toys, Outdoors, and Games category ASAP! Just click this link right here and see what DealDash has to offer.

Love Exercise? Check DealDash Today

DealDash has always been a lot of fun, and if you love to exercise, then you should check out all of the exercise items up for bid. Do you need equipment to make your own gym at home? DealDash offers different types of exercise equipment to make your home gym dreams a reality. Try their treadmills, bikes, indoor bicycles, elliptical machines, and also yoga mats, water bottles, and yoga balls.

Swim on Over to DealDash

Another favorite in DealDash’s Hobbies, Toys, Outdoors, and Games category are swimming pools, pool cleaners, and other swimming supplies. DealDash has been offering swimming pools in different sizes, perfect for any size yard. If you or your kids would enjoy a swimming pool in your yard, check out Dealdash‘s Hobbies, Toys, Outdoors, and Games category.

 

Want to Bid on Sports Equipment? Buy Bids

Bids are the things that you use to take part in the auctions on DealDash. Bids are for sale in different amounts of bids. The original price of each bid is 60 cents, and your first bids purchase will be charged at .60 per bid. However, DealDash offers bid sales every day of the week where you can purchase bids for .13-.18 cents per bid. Typically on special days, such as Christmas, the prices will be even lower. It’s a smart idea to check in and see what the price is every day, then buy bids or wait for another day when the price is lower. I am to purchase bids between .13-.16 each.

 

Thanks for Reading the DealDash Blog

I hope this article on using the DealDash tutorial has been helpful and encouraged you to learn more about DealDash. If you’d like to learn more, you it would be wise to check out DealDash’s “Tips & Tricks” section on the DealDash site. It’s full of informative tools to help you win on DealDash. Just click this link right here and you can check it out. Good Luck and Happy Bidding, everyone!

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

All DealDash Newbies, Start Here

Welcome to DealDash! If you’re just getting started, read on to find how DealDash works.

Welcome to DealDash. If you’re thinking of joining, or just joined recently, then here is a quick instructional blog article on how to get things started. It’s easy and fun to win great prizes and get awesome deals on DealDash. You can’t win if you don’t bid, though, so here are some simple instructions so you can get off bidding on the right foot. Read the rest of this article to find out more.

Think of a Name, Get Registered

Before you get registered on DealDash you’ll want to think of a username. You might find it a little trickier than you thought it would be – but that’s because DealDash has over 8 million registered users! But don’t worry, there are still plenty of names to choose from. Personally, I would suggest not using a username that you use on other websites, because sometimes it’s nice to go into “stealth mode” and not have anyone know who you are.

Getting registered takes just a couple of minutes. Just put in your username, your email, and a password, and you’re good to go. Later on you will fill out your other information such as your shipping address. After you have gotten registered then it’s time to buy bids.

Buy Bids

Bids are the currency that is used in the auctions on DealDash. Bids are for sale in a variety of amounts of bids. The regular price per bid is 60 cents, and your first bid pack purchase will be charged at this price. However, DealDash offers bid sales every day of the week where you can purchase bids from .13-.18 cents per bid. Typically on holidays the prices will be even lower. You just have to be check in and see what the price is every day, then buy bids or skip buying and wait for another day when the price is lower.

Search for a Product that You Need or Want

What do you want to win today? DealDash has so many different products that it would be impossible to list everything that is up for bid. However, I can tell you that there are kitchen items, outdoors and garage items, art, home decor, kid’s items, and gift cards.

All items sold on DealDash are brand new, sealed in the package, and come with manufacturer warranties. All of the items are clearly displayed on each auction page, some even have multiple pictures for you to check out. All of the items have excellent descriptions, and of course, you can always google the item you’re interested in to get consumer reviews or more information. DealDash prides itself on being honest and transparent, and always offers plenty of information on all of the products that are available for auction.

Bid, Bid, B-I-D

All auctions start at $0.00. Each time that a bidder places a single bid it adds one penny to the final price of the item. Each bid from you or anyone else restarts the timer to 10 seconds and allows people to place bids until the timer reaches 0 or is reset again by someone bidding. You can bid by clicking your cursor on the BID button, or use the free bidding tool that DealDash provides called the BidBuddy.

The BidBuddy is something that everyone should take advantage of – you can program it to bid as many times as you like, and you can watch it bid against the competition or step away from the computer, or even turn it off and go to sleep! This will come in extremely handy when you realize that some auctions can last days, depending on the popularity and retail price of the item.

Did You Win or Will You BIN?

Eventually, all auctions must end. The last person to bid is the winner of the auction and will pay the final auction fee that is displayed on the bidding screen. Sometimes DealDash offers half-off of all auctions or even FREE auctions. When you start bidding in an auction you never know if it’s going to be over in a matter of minutes or even days!

If you are planning on bidding on an item that you plan on buying anyway, you will want to think about going “all the way” and be willing to BIN (Buy It Now) if you don’t win. When you BIN the item for the retail price you get ALL of the bids back that you placed, as well as getting free shipping. BINning items are a great way to get “perpetual” bids, because if you only bid on items you’re willing to buy, then you will always get your bids back if you lose.

Thanks for Reading the DealDash Blog

I hope this article on using the DealDash tutorial has been helpful and encouraged you to learn more about DealDash. If you’d like to learn 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. Good Luck and Happy Bidding, everyone!

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

 

Have You Taken the DealDash Tutorial?

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Have you taken the DealDash tutorial yet? It’s a fun way to learn the ins and outs of bidding on DealDash.

You didn’t learn how to walk or talk overnight, and winning auctions isn’t something you can learn to do overnight, either. However, DealDash has made the process so much easier and more fun by implementing a DealDash tutorial so you can see how the auctions work before you use up any of your bids playing against real bidders. In this DealDash blog article, I am going to show you how the DealDash tutorial works.

Find the Tutorial

First, you will want to find the tutorial. Check in the “Help” section on the site.

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How to Bid With the DealDash Tutorial

The tutorial will enter you into a pretend auction for a bid pack of 10 bids. You will see that your bids are being used to participate in this tutorial, but DealDash will return them to you after the tutorial, and you will get to keep the bid pack of 10 bids that you “win” as well. Even if you know how to play DealDash, you should take the tutorial anyway so you can snag your 10 free bids. Every little bit helps!

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How Does the Tutorial Work?

The tutorial is an easy to understand game that takes you through a fictional DealDash auction and tells you exactly what to do, and also tells you what the other “players” are doing. These other players are not real people, they are just there to show you how other people bid in auctions. At first, the tutorial shows you how to bid by placing single bids with the “Bid Now” button.

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Also Learn About BidBuddy

The DealDash Tutorial will also teach you how to use the automated bidding tool, BidBuddy. Most auctions are won by using the BidBuddy, so this is an important skill to learn.

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Yay! You Win!

At the end of the tutorial, you will see what happens when you win an auction on DealDash. Here’s a hint – it’s explosive!!

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Thanks for Reading the DealDash Blog

I hope this article on using the DealDash tutorial has been helpful and encouraged you to learn more about DealDash. If you’d like to learn 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. Good Luck and Happy Bidding, everyone!

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