I started bidding on www.DealDash.com in September 2012. I had never bid on an auction site before, but I really wanted to try it out. I saw an ad for the site come up on my Facebook page so I clicked the link and began to read all about DealDash. I finally took the plunge and began bidding. Well after I won my first auction and was hooked. I then decided I wanted to see what other auction sites were all about, so I clicked on a couple others. I went to Quibids and Zbiddy. Both were hard to understand  — Read full post
Hello fellow bidders. Some people feel that they are wasting their time bidding on the “small stuff.” Well, it is extremely difficult to win the big stuff…believe me, it is pure luck. Okay, so it’s luck on all of it, but the big stuff is a lot more luck. I see a lot of the same bidders on every large ticket item, including bid packs, on the page.
I’m here to tell you that a deal is a deal, no matter how big or small the item may be. I have won a lot of smaller items and only one  — Read full post
I have been watching and bidding again this week and continue to see the newcomers with intimidating names and bios that are supposed to scare away other bidders. The bios really don’t mean much to serious bidders. I have been bidding on DealDash for over a year now and know very few of the threatening names and/or bios are serious. The “I won’t quit” and “You might as well buy it now, I put 1000 bids on this auction” are just a few of the bios written by bidders who DO quit and who DON’T have 1000 bids on the  — Read full post
With the holidays fast approaching and the site already crawling with hundreds if not thousands of bargain seekers, I am thinking that this is only going to ramp up as the holidays get closer. So, with that knowledge in mind, I have already secured all of my gifts PRIOR to the holiday rush. If I were a newbie to DD, I would certainly start shopping now BEFORE the onslaught of desperate holiday shoppers begin to inundate any and all auctions, especially electronics which are already harder to win than they were even just 3 or 4 months ago.
So, if  — Read full post
I wanted to write here to address some of the comments I see from people who write in their bidder bio. I’ve seen some people write…“let me win and you get your bids back.” Well, letting someone else have the win does nothing to help you get your bids back. Please be sure not to buy into these types of comments people post on their bio. The only way you will get your bids back is to “buy it now” in case you lose the auction. You pay full price for the item listed, and your bids are put  — Read full post