Winning on DealDash is sure to be a delightful time. Here are some delightful tips to win on DealDash.
If you’ve been playing on DealDash for a while I’m sure that you’ve picked up some of your own tips and tricks to get nice wins on DealDash. There’s no harm in trying some different tips and strategies every time you play though, so try these delightful DealDash tips from me.
Avoid Known Power Bidders
DealDash along with other bidding sites have their share of Power Bidders. These are the bidders that bid until they win, no matter what the cost. Power Bidders are the type of bidder that will bid more than the retail price of the auction just to prove a point to the rest of the bidder in the auction. The point is, of course, “don’t bid against me again and think that you will win.” These are bidders who will bid 2,000 bids on an item that’s only worth 1,00 bids, just to show everyone that they won’t back down from a challenge. The Power Bidders are bidders that you really should avoid if you can. Personally, I keep a list of the Power Bidders and make it a point not to get involved in auctions with them.
This is why setting your BidBuddy to bid just 1 bid in any auction that you’re interested in can be a smart move. That way you won’t get locked out of the auction, but you will be able to see who else will be bidding in the auction with you. If there is a Power Bidder that you know also interested in the item, well, you can just walk away spending only one bid.
Pick a Favorite Category – and Stick With It
I like to bid in all of the categories, but it’s smart to pick a single category that you spend the majority of your bids in. This way you can become familiar with the other bidders that also like that category, and what price that they are willing to spend to get a win. For example, if you like to hang around the Bid Pack category, you will get to know the bidders that are also fond of that category, and what they are willing to spend on each bid pack. I actually have a spreadsheet on my computer with bidder names and what price certain auctions closed at. This way I can really get a good idea if someone truly is “in it to win it”, of if that’s just all talk. Give it a try and make your own spreadsheet, all if will cost you is a little bit of time!
Thanks for Reading the Tips Blog
I hope this article has encouraged you to think about new and different strategies to use on DealDash. Go ahead check out the auctions on DealDash. Visit DealDash now to see what’s up for bid. DealDash has everything you need. Good luck and happy bidding everyone!
This sponsored DealDash blog post 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.com, DealDashReviewed.com, or on her own blog, DawnBlogtopus.