DealDash Tips: Get the Most For Your Money


Are you getting the most out of your money on DealDash? Read these tips and find out.

Let’s face it, DealDash is a fun place to spend money! With all of the bidding, it’s easy to use up your bidding budget pretty quickly if you aren’t paying attention. DealDash tips is here to help you make sure that you’re getting the most for your money. Read the following tips, and the next time you are using DealDash try to think about them and use them. Read on for more information.

Buying Bids

If you’ve been on DealDash for a little bit you’ll have noticed that the price of bids fluctuates every day. When you buy your first bid pack at .60 per bid you won’t get as many bids for your money as when you can catch a great sale at .13 or .14 per bid. When every new bidder starts they have to buy their first bid pack at .60 per bid. After that, though, they are eligible to take advantage of DealDash’s sale priced bids.

Using BIN to Get Your Bids Back

Using the Buy It Now (BIN) feature is the best way to get the most out of your money when using DealDash. Simply put, if you’re not doing a BIN when you don’t win an auction you’re just throwing money away. Of course, this doesn’t apply if you’re just throwing 10 bids here and 5 bids there. But if you are bidding seriously at 100+ bids, then you should be Buying It Now.

Using BIN is easy! You can immediately do a BIN on an auction that you have been bidding in, even if the auction hasn’t ended yet. On every auction, you will see a big black box on the right-hand side of the page where you can see the details of the ongoing auction. At the bottom of the box, you will see a button that says “Buy this item for ___” When you have decided that you don’t want to bid anymore, just click that box. After you have paid for the item DeaDash will refund all of your bids that you used to try and win this particular item. Yes. Every single one.

This is the best way to get the most out of your money on DealDash. You can recycle your bids as many times as you would like to on DealDash. Just be sure that you are bidding on things that you would normally buy anyway, such as towels, sheets, and other housewares. This way you will make you dollars stretch even further.

Thanks for Reading

I hope that you found this DealDash Tips article on getting the most out of your money helpful. Remember to check the Tips blog daily, because you can’t ever learn too much about DealDash. If you would like to read our other blogs, be sure to check out our other blogs, and

Be sure to visit DealDash and see what you can bid on. DealDash has everything you need for your home and family. DealDash is the site to save. Have a great time on DealDash and happy bidding everyone!

DealDashThis sponsored 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, or on her own blog, DawnBlogtopus.

The Best Deals On DealDash June 10th to 16th

What did you win on DealDash last week? If you are just getting started with penny auctions and haven’t won anything yet, it’s time you get started.  If you are wondering what kind of deals DealDash offers bidders check out the Best Deals on DealDash for June 10th-16th.
June 10th: Do you know how rewarding and exciting photography can be? If you are a budding photography who recently bought or won a Nikon dSLR you may be jealous by this sweet deal on a 50mm prime lens – the Nikon Nikkor 50mm f/1.8G AF-S Lens for Nikon DSLR cameras. A prime lens is the choice of many portrait photographers for the crisp clarity and shallow depth of field giving the background a soft glow. This is the same awesome lens that was won by DealDash bidder Bailey1040 on June 10th for just $0.30 – Seriously, 30 cents!?! for a $200 lens? Yup! Even if Bailey1040 were to be the only bidder placing say 30 bids at $0.15 a bid Bailey1040 would have only spent $4.80 total to win this and we know this winner spent way less in bids.
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June 11th: Speaking of Nikon DSLR cameras. Take a look at this beast of a camera. The Nikon D5300 Digital SLR Camera with 18–140mm VR Lens, Black has a buy it now price of $1,050.. and from the description we will see that this camera combines dazzling image quality with all the modern techy bells and whistles. Plus, 24.2 megapixels ad 100-12,800 expandable up to 25,600 ISO for studio nikon deals
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June 12th: Danny916 will be cool this summer thanks in part to this great deal he got on this brand new AC unit – but it’s not so much the price interests me about this auction, take a look at Danny’s bidding status message: 

“Deal dash is an amazing challenge, each bid takes thought, do it, don’t do it, oh h— just do it. DD is large in teaching patience, don’t have any left. Good luck to all of us.” This SPT 12000BTU Portable AC with Heater sells for a buy it now price of $496. Danny916 won it for just $28.33ac
June 13th: On June 13th we see another status message by bidder Tampobn who says before she bids “”Hope that everyone is having a great day…. Please let me time run down and please stop over bidding and stomping, Have my daughters wedding coming up. so looking for gifts for home and yard.” Intimidation? Possibly. She’s stating intent and telling others not to bid against her. Really not something I’d advise to do. She did however win the Nostalgia Retro Series 60-Can Party Cooler Fridge for $18.01:
June 14th: Forful will most likely be baking up more than cookies this summer with her brand new KitchenAid Onyx mixer won for just $13.70 in collective bids and a final, waived end price. Not too shabby considering the KitchenAid has a $450 value!
June 15th: Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 10.1-inch with 64GB Memory, Black Buy it Now price: $700  sold for only $54.01, plus the winner, desdecker didn’t have to pay anything for the end price because DealDaslenovoh slashed the end price this past weekend for Father’s Day! Hope all the dads out there had a chance to check out the auction deals!
June 16th:
Back to intimidating statuses on bidder’s bios: ”

“I check and see how many bids a person has put in. After I look it up . I play fair and nice and back out . Why cant others be as kind??”
Well, the name of the game is DealDash  – you won’t always be able to score a deal if you are always looking for a deal. But this brings us back to our bid on bid packs and stock up point. This $200 bid bid pack was sold for $0.73 on Amazon.
Did you win this past week? If so let us know what you won and what you will do with it!

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