DealDash Tips: Comparing Auctions

 

DealDash Tips Comparing Auctions

DealDash has so many auctions that it can be a little confusing if you are not familiar with the site. Here are some DealDash tips for comparing the auctions.

Are you new to DealDash? If you’re new the site and how it works you might be a little overwhelmed at first, and that’s okay. DealDash Tips blog is here to help you navigate the waters of DealDash. With all of the auctions on the front page, with all of the blinking lights and bright yellow “BID NOW” buttons it can be a little tricky to figure out what you’re supposed to bid on, and how to go about bidding. Here are some DealDash tips for you to try out.

When you first sign in to DealDash you will see the auction home page with 60 (yes, SIXTY!) auctions that are either currently running, or are starting in the next few minutes. New auctions start every minute or 2, around the clock, 24 hours a day, 7 days per week. Isn’t that amazing? That’s actually one important thing to note about DealDash – many other auction sites only run for 12 hours per day, DealDash has auctions for you every minute of the day for your shopping entertainment.

When you look at the main auction page, all of the auctions that you can bid on have theĀ bright yellow “BID NOW” button. The other auctions that you see either haven’t started yet or have already reached the $5 “No jumper” limit. Pick an auction that you like from the auction home page, and click on the picture to open up the product’s individual auction page. Read the description, and decide if this is the product that you are interested in bidding on. But don’t bid quite yet, here is where the comparing comes into play.

Go back up to the top, and search for the item in the search bar. What pops up will be what you need to compare – the current item will show up, along with any similar ones that are starting in the near future, as well as similar items that DealDash carries but aren’t having auctions on within the next day or so.

Click on each of these items, and compare them – look at the starting date and time, the “Buy It Now” (BIN) price, and each items attributes. If you see an item that you prefer that is starting soon that you would like to bid on but isn’t live yet, you can either book at BidBuddy for the item, or click the yellow star and keep it in your saved auctions to come back to later. If the item that you like best doesn’t have a starting time, but has an “Alert me” button instead you can click that button and DealDash will email you when the item is coming up for auction.

I hope that you found this DealDash Tips article on comparing DealDash auctions helpful. DealDash has everything that you and your family need. CheckĀ all of the DealDash categories to see how much you can save. Visit DealDash now. Good luck and happy bidding everyone!

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