Have you ever become carried away bidding on an item that you wanted on DealDash.com and had the “I’m going to win this attitude come over you?”
I have. I was obsessed that I wasn’t watching how many bids I was using and then I noticed that I had spent 74 bids and the item was only $11.99 and the bidding continued.
After I did the math of how much the bids had cost which was $13.32 on an 18 count Keurig Telly’s Hawaiian Blend K-Cups coffee I was very surprised that I had invested that much money in bids for that item because “I was going to win it”.
I dropped out of the bidding before I lost money and bought it for $11.99 and ended up saving $1.33 AND I got my 74 bids back which is always nice when your running low on bids. With this said, keep in mind that bids cost money. If you exceed the manufactured retail price with bids, may I suggest that you keep track of your bids and if you can afford to BIN then do so. You end up getting your item and ALL of your bids back. Not all bidding sites offer this and then it turns into a lose/lose situation. DealDash guarantee’s their merchandise and if you are not satisfied you can return the item.
Thanks DealDash for being a fair and honest bidding site!
About the author
I live in Michigan, I have 2 grown up kids and 2 animal kids; one being Chloe the Beagle/Shepard and Milo the Fearless Feline. I also am a Registered Nurse but currently retired. My favorite activity is when the wind is up enough for me I love to go and fly my 8 foot kite. I usually get it to go up at least 500 feet and my record was 1250 feet when I lived in Florida. I have become somewhat of a DealDash addict but limited on how much I can spend do to the limited income but I do enjoy watching other people bid.