DealDash Spells Savings B-I-N

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Everyone loves to WIN an auction for pennies on the dollar, but it’s also nice to BIN when you don’t win.

The great thing about bidding on DealDash  is you never walk away empty-handed. You will win plenty of auctions if you follow the suggestions on all of the DealDash blogs, but no one can win every auction that they enter. DealDash wants you to feel good about bidding, whether you win or lose – that’s why they created BIN – Which means “Buy It Now.”

Buy It Now – BIN – is your safety net. No matter which auction that you are bidding on, no matter how many bids that you have used you can always BIN the auction. The BIN price is always clearly labeled at the top of the auction description, and as a bonus, each and  every auction and BINned auction includes free shipping. After you have paid for your BIN auction you will receive all of your bids back that you have placed in the auction.

Let’s look at an example. If you are bidding on a Blu-Ray disc that has a BIN price of $20, and you have already placed 125 bids, assuming you paid around .16 per bid, it would make sense for you to BIN this auction and get all of your bids back, because .16 x 125 = $20. So if you BIN this Blu-Ray disc for $20, you will receive free shipping as well as all of your bids back to try again on a different auction. So you see, if you are willing to BIN an auction you will never lose, because you will get all of your bids back!

In addition to getting all of your bids back, you will also get to keep the “clock time” that you accumulated while bidding on that Blu-Ray disc. Once you have collected enough clock time then you will receive FREE bids from DealDash. No catches, no strings, just free bids to use on whatever you like. This is the reason that gift cards are so popular on DealDash, because as long as the gift card is for a store that you shop at anyway, there’s absolutely nothing to lose by bidding in the auction and possibly getting that gift card for an awesome deal!

I hope that you have found this article helpful in learning some useful information about DealDash. Now use your newly acquired information and go check out the auctions! See you on DealDash everyone! Good luck and happy bidding.

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BIN to WIN on DealDash

Image result for BIN dealdashBeing a great bidder on DealDash is easy, it just takes a little time, knowledge, and willingness to BIN!

When you think about bidding on DealDash, what are the most important things on the website? The products? Sure, those are great, but the real gems on DealDash are the bidders! DealDash loves all of it’s bidders, and wants to give you some tips on how to be an awesome bidder and win more auctions.

The first thing you need to do is be sure that you have enough bids to work with. To be a great bidder you need to have lots of bids in the bank so that you can be sure that you have enough to bid until you reach the BIN (Buy It Now) price. If you have enough bidding power to BIN, then you can bid confidently, and that will shine through, and people will begin to recognize your name as someone who’s willing to “go all the way” in an auction. It’s a great thing to be known as a bidder who will bid until the BIN price, because if someone recognizes your name and isn’t willing to bid until BIN price, they will usually drop out of the auction.

Another way to be an awesome bidder is to use your BidBuddy. The BidBuddy is a great auction tool that DealDash provides to all of the bidders to use for free. It just isn’t feasible to bid one-by-one if you are participating in an auction that is likely to last for hours or even days. And as we discussed before, it’s important to be willing to BIN each auction that you are in, so if you don’t win you can always pay the retail price and get all of your bids back.

Personally, I only bid on auctions that I am willing to BIN, that way I am not losing any money if I lose the auction. I love the BIN feature on DealDash, because it’s like an insurance policy for your bids.

I hope that you have found this article helpful in learning some useful information about DealDash. Now use your newly acquired information and go check out the auctions! See you on DealDash everyone! Good luck and happy bidding.

Be the Best Bidder on DealDash

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Learning how to be the best bidder on DealDash is a challenge since there are 8 million registered users on the site.

Since  DealDash has so many registered users, there is always plenty of competition on the site More competition means it’s harder to win auctions. Luckily, the more that you learn about DealDash the more likely you are to win. Here is some helpful information that you should think about while you are browsing and bidding on DealDash.

Don’t get distracted while you are bidding on DealDash. If you try to participate in too many auctions, and you aren’t paying full attention to any of them there’s a good chance that you won’t be a winner. The only way that I personally feel safe in bidding on more than one auction at a time is by using my BidBuddy. The BidBuddy is a great auction tool that DealDash provides for everyone to use, it helps you bid consistently and helps you win. I wouldn’t ever bid without it. If you are interested in more than one auction that are running at the same time, then using the BidBuddy is a must.

Speaking of distraction, you should hone your focus on a particular product or category. If you can hone your focus on a particular product or group of products you can see who’s bidding, and you will start to recognize names and bidding patterns. If you have been paying attention, you can figure out if it makes sense to go “all in” , or bide your time and wait until a different auction. Pay attention to bidder names, bidders tend to bid in the same area frequently. If you pay attention to their patterns you might be able to snag yourself a bargain.

Don’t forget to take some time to browse around and get to know DealDash before you start bidding. Luckily, they have a “Tips and Tricks” section that you can read and study before you try your hand at bidding. Once you have educated yourself on the “ins and outs” of DealDash, then you can feel confident in placing your bids.

I hope that you have found this article helpful in learning some useful information about DealDash. Now use your newly acquired information and go check out the auctions! See you on DealDash everyone! Good luck and happy bidding.

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Learning the Ropes on DealDash

Learning the ropes at DealDash is very easy when you have the help of all of the handy information that is spread across the site.

When you’re new at something it can be really confusing, and sometimes it can make people frustrated. DealDash realizes this, and has tried to make things clear and easy to understand by making tons of information available to anyone who cares to read it. Let’s look at the different ways that you can gather information to learn more about DealDash.

First, you should definitely check out the site itself. DealDash has a “Tips and Tricks” section that you can see right at the top of the page when you visit DealDash. Once you click on the link (which is right here by the way,) it will take you to a list of different handy tips about subjects such as booking a BidBuddy, Buying It Now, checking out the winners, and more. Also, if you look back at the top of the page there is another link that you can click on (right here) called “Help”. If you click on the help link it will take you to a section that explains things such as bidding, shipping, and how to pay for your auctions.

Another way to gather more information about DealDash is right here on the official DealDash Blog! There are at least 3 different blog articles posted here weekly with information about bidding, winning, DealDash itself, and more. Some of you might be interested in the articles for Newbies, but others might be interested in the handy facts and information about changes to the site that are posted here. This blog is really a mixed bag of information, so it’s a good idea to check back frequently to see if there are any changes and updates to DealDash that you should be aware of, such as the recent changes to weekly winning limits.

DealDash has another blog called DealDash Reviewed that you can find at this link right here that is more of a “lifestyle blog” with articles on featured brands, product reviews, current events, and a lot of fun stuff in between. There is a new blog posted here daily, and it is really a mixed bag of DealDash-centric articles and general fun facts, information, and ideas for projects. There is a third blog called DealDash Tips that can be found right here that has some great articles on strategies and other helpful DealDash advice.

Lastly, another great place to gather information on DealDash is FaceBook! DealDash has their own Facebook page which is located at this link right here where you will find up to the minute breaking DealDash news, photos from winners and their prizes, and much more! Additionally on Facebook there is a page called DealDash Secrets located here that will alert you to when there are new blogs posted as well as sometimes giving you a sneak peek into the cost of future bids. Both of these pages are worth “liking” so you can get all of the information that is out there regarding DealDash!

 

I hope that you have found this article helpful in learning the different ways that you can find information about DealDash. Now use your new information and go check out the auctions! See you on DealDash everyone! Good luck and happy bidding.

Be Kind to the Newbies on DealDash

Everyone was a newbie at DealDash at one time, so let’s try and make our new arrivals feel welcome.

Once upon a time I was a newbie on DealDash, and while I felt intimidated by all of the other thousands of DealDash members that bid on auctions each day I was lucky enough to never run into anyone that made me feel unwelcome.

Quite the contrary, I actually was “given” a few auctions when I was new. I didn’t realize it at the time, but looking back I now realize that older, wiser bidders conceded a few auctions to me when I was fresh on DealDash and they could see that my sign up date was within the past few days. I wish I had caught their DealDash user names so I could thank them publically, but that was years ago and I have a terrible memory. So instead I try to “pay it forward” when I get a chance to help out a newbie that has only been bidding on DealDash for a few days. I would hate to be the person that scared off a DealDash newbie.

If you are a newbie and are reading this blog in hope of learning some DealDash tips, let me give you an important tip to take away with you – give respect to other bidders and they should give respect back to you. If you are a total newbie to DealDash one of the biggest ways to show respect to your fellow bidders is to not “jump” on other people’s bids. Jumping on someone’s bid basically means to bid immediately after someone without letting the first person’s “time clock” run down to a couple of seconds. You see, not all newbies know this, but DealDash does a wonderful thing for their bidders – for every second that someone is the highest bidder in an auction they earn “free time” that is shown at a bar on the bottom of the screen. When the bar is filled up then DealDash will give you however many free bids that you are eligible to “claim.”

When a bidder “jumps the clock” and bids right away after someone else does it usually makes the other person very annoyed, and depending on the person they may overbid on the auction just to win to spite you. Two wrongs don’t make a right, but when a bidder feels disrespected on DealDash a lot of them tend to retaliate by overbidding. It’s also possible that they might remember your user name and re-pay the bid jumping in a future auction. Just to be on the safe side I would wait until there are only 2-3 seconds left on the time clock before you throw in your bid if you are bidding manually instead of using the BidBuddy.

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Let’s all try to be kind to each other and show respect to the other bidders. Now go check out the auctions and pick something awesome to bid on! See you on DealDash everyone! Good luck and happy bidding.