One of the best ways to save money when shopping on DealDash.com is by getting free bids. Shoppers on DealDash can get free bids in many different ways.
By shopping on DealDash every day, customers can win up to 15 free bids. For each day we open the site and place a minimum of one bid, we automatically receive free bids, starting with just a few until we reach a maximum of 15.
If we want to keep our daily free bids, however, we must make sure we open the site within the same 24-hour window each and every day. I have such a crazy schedule that I often lose my daily free bids. When I fail to check in the same time every day, it starts all over again. Do not make the same mistake. To get the maximum free bids every day, it is best to keep a set schedule to ensure you do not miss that 24-hour window.
Submit a photo
If we submit a photo with an auction product worth $200.00 or more, we can get up to 350 free bids. All we have to do is take a clear, close-up photo with the product we won, along with some basic information like our name, the name of the item, the Buy It Now price and how many bids we used to win it. We can also add a brief comment about how we felt about winning it. Then submit the photo by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. DealDash customers are allowed to submit up to one photo per week.
Earn Time on the Clock
Every time we place a bid in any auction on DealDash, we earn up to 10 seconds on the clock. If we look on the bottom left-side of our computer screen, we will see a green line. Every time we place a bid, our time line moves to the right. Once it gets all the way to the right, we will win free bids. How long it takes for our time line to move all the way to the right and how many free bids we receive depends on what level we are at. The higher the level, the longer it takes, but the more bids we receive. Every time our green time line gets to the end, we move up a level.
Blog posts are written by real DealDash customers. The opinions and advice here represent our customers’ views and not those of the company. This sponsored blog post was submitted by: Barbara L. Sellers. Barbara was compensated by DealDash for this blog post.