The shopping choices we make while playing on DealDash.com usually determine whether we win or lose. Of course, some other factors will make a difference, too, but for the most part, the better choices we make the more auctions we win.
When it comes to winning high-dollar auctions, such as one of the three vehicles DealDash now has up for auction, the competition will definitely be tough. Therefore, we will have to play smart and put our best shopping choices to work.
Plan Ahead, Save up Bids
More than likely, anyone who decides to seriously compete to win one of the three vehicles has already planned ahead and saved up bids. There are several ways DealDash customers could do this: purchase bid packs, exchange products won on DealDash for bids instead, win bid packs, and by earning free bids. My guess is that anyone who is seriously trying to win a vehicle most likely had several thousand bids already saved up before the auctions even started.
Choose One Vehicle
Experienced shoppers will most likely choose which vehicle he or she wants to win and then focus on using all of their bids on just that one. DealDashers who bid on all three vehicles will most likely run out of their bids rather quickly.
Use Bids Wisely, Sparingly
Experienced shoppers will most likely place some bids at the beginning of the auction and then save the rest of their bids after most of their competitors drop out. Since the bidding is open for all new shoppers to join the auction at any time (or for the truck, up to $1,000.00), we would not have to place bids early. However, placing some bids early is like having an insurance policy just in case it closes early.
Most experienced bidders will monitor the bidding closely and wait until the bidding gets down to the last five or six serious competitors. Others might add a certain number of bids every hour or every day, with the hope they will be there when the auction closes. Still others might wait until the bidding gets up to a certain dollar amount.
Whatever you choose, win or lose, I hope you have fun.
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.