Smart DealDash Shoppers

Are you a smart shopper? 

Do you do what smart DealDash shoppers do?  Let’s find out by taking a look at some of the things smart DealDash shoppers do.

Smart shoppers look for discount bids

Smart DealDash shoppers always purchase more bid packs when they go on sale for as low as 11 or 12 cents per bid. Smart shoppers take advantage of the bid pack sales and make sure they maintain plenty of bids in their account. 

By watching for the bid pack sales, smart shoppers never allow the number of bids in their account to ever get too low. They want to always have plenty of bids on hand to “go for the win” when they see an auction product they really want or need.

Smart auctions choose auctions wisely

Smart DealDash shoppers do their homework and carefully choose their auctions. Before shopping they most likely look at the “Winners’ List” to see which auctions have been selling for the least amount of money and using the fewest number of bids. 

Smart DealDash shoppers know some auctions that sell early one week will sell high the next week. They know that trends often change so they check the featured wins on a daily basis. 

They also check to see how many bids previous winners placed to win an auction. By doing the math, smart DealDash shoppers usually know ahead of time how many bids they will need to place in each auction to have the best opportunity to win.

Smart shoppers know their competition

Smart shoppers become familiar with the screen names of the most high-powered shoppers. Even new shoppers can easily identify who they are. We can find out several different ways and make our own list of competitors to avoid.

We can open several high-dollar auctions and look for repeat screen names. If the same screen name won more than one high-dollar auction in the last 30 days they are most likely a pretty serious and tough competitor. We can also look at the “Winners’ List” and write down the screen names of everyone who won two or more auctions in the last 6 hours. Doing this is a fast and easy way to know our competition. 

Smart shoppers avoid getting into bidding wars with their strongest competitors.

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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.