An important key to winning auctions on DealDash is persistence. Read on for more information.
Are you a person who doesn’t “take no for an answer”? If so, you should have no trouble winning auctions on DealDash. After all, you are in control. If you truly want to win an auction, you just have to keep bidding until the others have dropped out. Persistence is an excellent trait to have in life and is especially helpful when bidding on DealDash. Want to find out more? Keep reading.
You can be the Winner
If there’s an item that you are absolute, 100% sure that you want, you can win it! Simply put in as many as many bids as it will take to reach the BIN (Buy It Now) price of the item. You can figure this out by following a simple formula, which I will outline down below. If you don’t end up being the winner of the auction, you can then do a BIN on the auction. You will then receive the item that you wanted, along with free shipping and you will get all of your bids back. You can use them right then or wait until another day. It’s your choice, totally up to you!
There are two different formulas that you need to know when thinking about doing a Buy It Now on a DealDash auction. The first one applies when it’s a “Free Auction Weekend”, and the other one applies when the auctions are regular price. DealDash has Free Auction Weekends so often that it’s worth mentioning the formula to follow to figure out how many bids you need.
Free Auction Weekend – Price of the item divided price per bid that you paid. I/PPB
Regular Priced Auctions – Price of the item minus the price you THINK the auction will end at (Auction Final Value), divided by per bid that you paid. I-AFV/PPB
Using the BidBuddy
So you see, it’s really easy to find out exactly how many bids that you need to place to reach the BIN value of any auction. Luckily, DealDash offers the BidBuddy to use on each and every auction. When using the BidBuddy you are assured that you don’t waste your bids. When you do single-bidding it’s possible to accidentally bid “out of order”, which means that you are placing more bids than you need to place. When you use the BidBuddy, each of the BidBuddies in the auction take turns bidding with each other, in order. The person who has placed the most bids into the BidBuddy will be the final bidder (unless someone single bids), and will be the winner.
Thanks for Reading the Tips Blog
I hope that this article made you realize how important persistence is on DealDash. Go ahead check out the auctions on DealDash. Visit DealDash now to see what’s up for bid. DealDash has everything you need. Have fun on DealDash, and happy bidding everyone!
This sponsored blog post was written by Dawn E, a mother of 3 who loves DealDash. Dawn was compensated by DealDash for this blog post. Read even more at DealDashTips.com, DealDashReviewed.com, or on her own blog, DawnBlogtopus.