DealDash.com is a legitimate and entertaining shopping site, but it’s important to read how to play first before you begin to shop so you do not waste bids.
It is also important to be careful to read only the legitimate blogs and information provided by the DealDash team and other legitimate sources. Not all videos about DealDash on YouTube provide accurate and/or complete information.
Some blogs about DealDash are posted by people who never shopped on DealDash themselves and/or never yet learned how to play smart. I recently viewed two videos about how DealDash works and they were not accurate. For example:
- One video presenter based all of his findings on 60 cents per bid. Yes, it is true that bids might cost up to 60 cents per bid, but most DealDash shoppers do not pay that much. After becoming a registered member of DealDash, we can buy bid packs when they go on sale for as low as 11 or 12 cents per bid.
- Another video presenter advised shoppers to place bids rapidly–one after the other–to improve their chances of winning. This is really bad advice because all that would do is cause a shopper to lose all of their bids very quickly. The video presenter obviously did not know anything about the automated bidder, BidBuddy. Experienced and wise shoppers who bid on DealDash auctions will place their bids in BidBuddy. That way BidBuddy will save our bids and they will not be used unless or until they are needed.
Therefore, new players should make sure they are getting their information from the DealDash team members themselves. If you scroll down to the bottom of the home page, you will be able to see many helpful tips on how to play smart.
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.