Every once in a while DealDash.com has an “Inventory Liquidation Week” to make room for more new products?
All of products designated for inventory clearance are marked with a round blue circle with box in the middle. They also have a yellow and black stripe across the top and bottom of the auction. It may be a good idea to check all of these auction items first because it might be our last opportunity to win them. Once they are gone, they may never come back.
Let’s take a look at some of the DealDash auction products that are now designated for clearance.
This pair of black and white boxing gloves has a BIN of $220.00. So far, some of the best deals past winners received are:
- August 21, these boxing gloves sold at $1.38 and the winner paid a total of $1.98 including the cost of the 3 bids placed;
- August 21 again, these boxing gloves sold at $1.03 and the winner paid a total of $3.03 including the cost of the 10 bids placed; and
- August 21 again, these boxing cloves sold at $2.16 and the winner paid a total of $8.56 including the cost of the 32 bids placed.
The glove weight runs from 12 to 18 ounces, and each weight is designated for specific fighter weights. The 12-ounce gloves are for fighter weights of 120 to 140-pounds; the 14-ounce gloves are for fighter weights of 140 to 160 pounds; the 16-ounce gloves are for fighter weights of 160 to 180 pounds and the 18-ounce gloves are for fighter weights of 180 to 200 pounds. Therefore, this is something shoppers will want to check out when shopping for these gloves.
The glove dimensions are 12-inches by 6.5-inches by 5-inches, and the materials to make them is premium cowhide leather. Each pair of boxing gloves also comes with a carry bag.
So far, based on 12 customer reviews from past winners, these boxing gloves received an overall rating of 5.0 out of a possible 5.0, so that’s as good as any rating can get, which says a lot about the quality of these boxing gloves. One customer with past boxing experience wrote, “The gloves are good quality with a safety feature where the thumbs are attached (making it) less likely to get a thumb in the eye.”
A stunning gemstone
Did you ever shop for a gemstone? This square 0.08 CT (DEF – Colorless) gemstone has a BIN of only $35.00 so we could easily use the BIN if they don’t win, and get all our bids back.
Nonetheless, this gemstone has been selling at bargain prices. So far, some of the best deals past winners have received are:
- August 21, this gemstone sold at only 16 cents and the winner paid a total of 36 cents including the cost of the 1 bid placed;
- August 21 again, this gemstone sold at 49 cents and the winner paid a total of only $3.89 including the cost of the 17 bids placed; and
- August 21 again, this gemstone sold at 95 cents and the winner paid a total of $4.75 including the cost of the 19 bids placed.
Therefore, if we want to win a gemstone at a bargain price, we might want to shop for this gemstone before it is no longer available.
Poetry and short story book
Hey, this is my book and now it is part of this Inventory Liquidation Week, too. Oh well, at least my book got some very good reviews. Based on reviews by 15 past winners so far, my book received an overall rating of 4.93 out of a possible 5.0.
So far my favorite book review from a past winner wrote, “I’m a hard core tech guy, and cranky. Nice work, Barbara, you went and made me happy for a spell. Thank you.”
If my book made at least one reader happy, it was well worth writing.
Half of my book is poetry and the other half is short stories. Nine of the 11 short stories are true. A few of them include humor. The poetry is divided up into sections of love poems, religious poems, family poems, seasons, character sketches and that’s life. Each section of poems includes photos and each short story includes photos, too. Many of my poems are humorous and most of them are easy for anyone to understand.
The bottom line
If you want to win any of the Inventory Liquidation Week items, you better shop now before they are all gone. I’ve already won a few auctions at the same time I was writing this blog. Thank you, DealDash!
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.