Winning Tips, Tactics, and Strategies

DealDash Tips

21 thoughts on “Winning Tips, Tactics, and Strategies

  1. mal42

    the actions do not show a time or date when the auctions end or begin. some of the auctions that I have bookmarked or bid on tell me an end time and date. I have to go to my dashboard to see the times and dates. how does one keep track of begin and end times ??? forgive me, I am new at this. can anyone help me with theses issues ?? thank you.

    1. Hi There. The time left for an auction to begin is always shown on the auction page, where you will see a countdown with hours, minutes, and seconds left for the auction to start. As far as the ending time goes, what makes DealDash exciting is that the auctions may end after any of the bids placed!

      As soon as no bids are placed before the timer hits zero, the auction ends and the highest bidder wins an incredible bargain on the auction item. Shipping on DealDash is always free, and the auction winner will only have to pay for the final auction price to claim the win.

      DealDash has no control of the duration of the auctions, and it is solely up to the bidders and their placed bids to determine when an auction ends. That’s what makes it so exciting – there are no reserve prices regardless of the value of the item, and any bid can truly be the last one. We have seen $3,000 TVs or $2,200 Macbooks get sold for just a few bids, and many other similar deals are made on DealDash every day.

      Sometimes auctions can last for longer durations, and this is why we have a tool called the BidBuddy which you can utilize to bid on the auctions even when you’re not on your computer. It will automatically place Bids for you within the last seconds of the auction. In fact, most auctions on DealDash are won with the BidBuddy.

      I hope this answered your question. Have fun bidding in the auctions!

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    1. sorrymyturn

      Double click on the item you are bidding on. A new window opens up and that’s where you will find “Bid Buddy” and that’s also where you can place your bids into the automated bidder.
      If you were attending a live-stage production, it’s like being able to see what’s happening behind the curtain. By using “BidBuddy,” you increase your chances of winning.

    1. Hi! You can see who’s on their win limit by gaining access to the win limit list. This will let you see what bidders have hit their winning limits!

      All you have to do is go to the dashboard, and then just beneath the “Dashboard Home” option in the menu there’s an option that says “Who’s on their limit?”

      All you need to do is click on it and then exchange 1 bid for access!

      If you need anymore help please contact DealDash customer support! They’re available 24 hours a day to help customers just like you learn about the site!

  3. David

    It is good info. I think bid stompers are necessary to the process. While I hate that I lose the bonus bids, I like the fact they scare folks away. They usually run out of bids quickly and usually leave 2-3 ppl in the auction. I’ve won plenty of auctions by stomping at the end when it is only two of us. I know they have their bids placed, I just keep bidding to make the clock run out faster removing the chances of another bidder swooping me.

    1. Hi Richard,

      The term “Bid Stomper” is commonly used by bidders when referring to someone who outbids others immediately. On DealDash, you are able to collect Time As Highest Bidder (TAHB). Whenever you are the highest bidder you collect time which advances you to different levels. With each new level you reach, you are rewarded with free bids! Therefore, “Bid Stompers” or “Bid Jumpers” are frowned upon by other bidders because they are taking away “time collection” from other players. Hope this helps answer your question. Please feel welcome to contact our support team with any other questions you may have.

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