DealDash Top Tips Round-Up for 05/25

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Welcome to the next DealDash Top Tips Round-Up for the month of May. As we do every week, we will round-up the top tips for you from the previous week. Read on for tons of useful tricks from DealDash Tips.

Welcome to the May 25th edition of the DealDash Top Tip Round-Up series. In this weekly series, we highlight the best tips from the week before. This series is all about DealDash tips and tricks for bidders on DealDash, newbies to advanced. Read on for a recap of the best tips from last week, from the DealDash Tips Blog.

Bid on Full-Priced Days from the May 19th Blog

The theme of May 12th’s blog was surprising tips to use on DealDash. The top tip of that blog was to remember that bidding on free or half-priced auction days might not yield you the best deal. Here is a great tip from that blog:

“Many bidders wait until DealDash is having a sale such as “Free” or “Half Price” auction days to bid. These promotions can get you a great deal monetarily if you win, but the competition is usually much stiffer on these days. So even though it seems counter-intuitive to get a deal, you might want to consider skipping the sales and bidding on full-priced auction days.”

If you would like to read the whole article, just click here.

Newbie Mistakes from the May 20th Blog

The blog on May 20th was full of suggestions for new bidders on DealDash. There were some great examples of tips and tricks for new DealDash bidders. From the blog, written by Barbara:

New DealDash shoppers might happen to be in the right auction at the right time and beat all odds by winning. However, most of the time, experienced players will most likely win the high-dollar auctions because they know what it takes to win them.”

If you’d like to read that article in its entirety, just click this link right here.

 Timid Bidder Tips DealDash from the May 21st Blog

The blog on May 21st was an article aimed at the more timid bidders on DealDash. There were quite a few tips that could be helpful, but the top tip is to not wait too long to bid and get locked out of the auction. From the blog:

“Next, you might get locked out. Normally, people are locked out of bidding on auctions at $5, however, there are some days when it’s $3. You’ll know when you sign in and read the main page.”

Want to read the whole blog? Just click here.

Search for the Best Auction from the May 23rd Blog

The blog on May 23rd was full of helpful tips for all bidders on DealDash. There were quite a few suggestions, but the best one was to be sure that you are bidding on the best time and day for the auction that you want. Here’s an idea:

“If you see that the very same item that you want is coming up later in the day, or maybe the next day, then take a good, hard look at the statistics on that item. You may find that the one that is coming up for bid now has a tendency to end earlier or later depending on the day that it has been offered in the past.”

Want to read the whole blog and be informed? Just click here.

Thanks for Reading

I hope that you found this DealDash Tips article with some top tips for May 25th fun to read and helpful. Following these tips can really enhance your experience on DealDash. The DealDash Top Tips Round-Up is published every Friday, and it can help you keep up with the blog if you miss a few articles during the week. Don’t forget to check back next Friday!

Remember to check the DD Tips blog daily, because you can never learn too much about DealDash or bidding. And come back here each and every week for the newest edition of the DealDash Top Tips Round-Up. Reading the blogs only takes a few minutes and can save you lots of money and aggravation in the long run.

If you’re done reading the 05/25 top tips round-up, visit DealDash and check out the huge variety of items available. DealDash has electronics, toys, and more! Have a great time on DealDash and happy bidding everyone!

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This sponsored DealDash blog article was written by Dawn E, a mother of 3 who loves DealDash. Dawn was compensated for writing this article. This blog is written by real DealDash customers. The opinions and advice shared here represent our customers’ views and not those of the company. Read even more at DealDashReviewed.com or on her own blog, DawnBlogtopus.

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