Win on DealDash by Watching Other Winners

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What strategies do you use to win on DealDash?

What is the secret on how to win on DealDash? Did you ever notice how winners often tend to associate with other winners? That is because winners often learn from each other.  This also works when shopping on DealDash.com. If we pay attention to the most successful shoppers on DealDash we might learn to become more successful shoppers, too. Read about Barbara’s strategies to win below.

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What I Love About DealDash

I’m a long-time shopper on DealDash.com. If I were asked to list five things I love most about shopping on DealDash, I would probably say superb customer service, free shipping and handling, a user-friendly automated bidding system, wide variety of bid packs to choose from and a quick and easy payment system. Here’s why:

Superb Customer Service

DealDash customer support gets great reviews
Customer satisfaction is the top priority on DealDash.

Customer service on DealDash is always superb — better than any other online company I’ve ever used. It is very easy to get in touch with customer service on DealDash. All we have to do is scroll down to the bottom of the home page and click on the huge yellow bar that says “Contact Support.” A window will open up for us to fill out to receive help with any question or concern and the turn-around response time is very reasonable. In fact, if we need an immediate response, we can click on another green bar that says, “Live Support Online.” Many other companies have hidden contact information that makes it extremely difficult to get in touch with them, but DealDash has always made customer service a top priority. Not only is it quick and easy to contact customer service, but DealDash team members are always helpful and courteous.

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Rationing Bids So They Last Longer

When shopping on DealDash.com there are several different ways we can ration our bids to make them last longer.

Bid Saver 1

Experienced shoppers use BidBuddy, the automated bidder, so our bids are not used until or unless they are needed. New customers often waste bids by placing one bid at a time from the home page because they have not yet found or know how to use BidBuddy. Double click on the auction you want to win and place your bids into BidBuddy.

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Earning Free DealDash Bids

One of the things I love most about DealDash.com is the many ways we can earn free bids.

Daily Free Bids

Get bids back from the Daily Returning Bidder Reward on DealDash.com.

Staying active on DealDash rewards itself. If you keep the bidding streak going for consecutive days, you can get up to 30 bids back daily.

On day 1 you get a maximum of 4 free bids. On day 2 the total rises to 6 bids, day 3 you get 8 bids and so on… On the seventh day it’s already up to 30 free bids daily you get back. All we have to do is make sure we consistently place at least one bid daily to keep the maximum reward in place. Remember, if we miss one day, we must start all over from the beginning before we can get back up to 30 bids daily! The amount of bids you get back is at most how many bids you placed the previous day.

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Strategies for Auctions: Plan to Win

Most shoppers who frequently get awesome bargains on DealDash.com do not just place their bids willy-nilly, but they have a plan of action. If we take some time to simply watch the most successful players, we can learn a lot from them.

Early Bird Gets the Deal

You probably have heard, “The early bird get the worm.” In this case, however, the early bidder gets the deal.

Early bidders are DealDash customers who only place bids at the beginning of each auction. That’s a pretty good plan for a couple of reasons.

First, sooner or later, most auctions will close early. If an auction does close early, that means the players who only place bids at the beginning of an auction will always be sure to get the product for a bargain price. By using only a few bids near the beginning of each auction, these shoppers will also be able to stretch their bids and get a lot of bang for only a few bucks. The only real downfall to this early bidding plan is that these players can only win if and when the auctions close early.

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Unknown Factors

When shopping on DealDash.com something that could help us save bids and win more auctions is learning how to consider the unknown factors.

The unknown factors are things we do not know about each of the auctions. Let’s take a look at a few of them:

Unknown Factor No. 1

Whenever an auction first opens for bidding, we do not yet know how many other shoppers will be competing with us. Of course, if we wait until all new bidders get locked out, we can then count the number of bidders who placed a minimum of one bid and, therefore, are qualified to go for the auction win. If we wait for other players to get locked out, we might also miss out if the auction happens to close early. I usually choose to only bid in auctions with 30 competitors or less. That seldom means, however, that all players who are qualified to bid in the auction will continue to play.

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Best Times to Shop

Perhaps the most common question people ask me about shopping on DealDash.com is, “What is the best time to bid?”

What is the best time to shop?

Of course, there is no way I could provide a perfect answer to this question because I do not have access to the statistics. Therefore, I cannot see what day of the week or what time of the day or night the greatest number of shoppers are actively shopping. If I were to give my single best response to this question, I would say, “The best time to shop on DealDash is when we have the most time available with no other distractions.”

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Shopping Blunders

Did you ever make a mistake or use poor judgment while shopping on DealDash.com?  That can happen to the best of us, but what about a shopping blunder?

According to Webster’s dictionary, a blunder is “making a mistake through stupidity, ignorance or carelessness,” so I think making a shopping blunder is worse than simply making a shopping mistake. Either way, it could make the difference between losing and winning.

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