DealDash 10-Year Wrap-up first introduced its penny auction site Feb. 22, 2009, so they will be celebrating a 10-Year Wrap-up Grand Finale. That’s exciting because it means that DealDash and I have something special to celebrate at the same time–their anniversary and my birthday.

I’ve been an avid shopper on this site since Feb. 8, 2012, so I’ve watched DealDash grow and quickly become one of the most popular shopping sites online. I don’t know exactly what DealDash will do to celebrate, but I do know that every year on my birthday I can look forward to DealDash offering some new and exciting special features.

When I first started shopping on DealDash, the auctions were never closed to new bidders. New bidders used to be able to jump in at any time so the bidding could go on forever. Therefore, I was so happy when DealDash implemented their lock-out system after an auction reaches $5 (or $3 during special features) when no new bidders are locked out from joining the auction. That makes it fair and easier to win for all shoppers who start bidding at the beginning of the auctions.

Another change I like that DealDash made over the years is putting a limit on certain products per household. Customers are now limited to only one product each, or one per month of specific auction products. I really like this change because it helps to “spread the wealth” by giving more customers a better opportunity of winning an auction. By providing a list of shoppers who recently won the auction, it allows us to see which power bidders have already been locked out from bidding, which is another great thing to have.

In other words, DealDash is constantly looking for ways to improve to better meet customer needs.  That’s why it’s a good idea to come back to DealDash on a regular basis so we do not miss out on its most recent changes and/or special offers.

DealDash is still an exciting and fun place to shop.

This sponsored blog post was submitted by: Barbara L. Sellers. Barbara was compensated by DealDash for this blog post. Blog posts are written by real DealDash customers. The opinions and advice here represent our customers’ views and not those of the company.