Sunday, January 6, 2013

Deal Dash for the New Year

Hi guys. Hope you are having a good start to your New Year. You may recall me discussing DealDash in some previous posts. So now I want to remind you again about this website.

This is a great way to start off your new year. You should really check out this website. In case you are not familiar with DealDash, it is a fair and honest auction site.

DealDash is the longest running penny auction site in the US. It has been running since 2009. They are also the only major Penny Auction to offer free shipping on all items.

How it works is you sign up and buy bids. Then you choose your products. Then you place your bids. You either win your products or you get your bids back! Sounds cool right?

The great thing about DealDash is that they give you your bids back. One of the biggest problems with other penny auction sites, is that you bid on things, and then if you lose the product you walk away empty handed. With Deal Dash you always get your bids back for free.

The other nice thing about DealDash is their Buy it Now policy. If you don't win the auction, you have the option of buying it at it's normal fixed price. So if you are looking for a great penny auction site to start off your new year then you should really check out DealDash!


  1. I remember back many years that I got burned on auction sites and I also found that I get TOO wrapped up and excited and those are not good for saving money.

  2. I've never even heard of this site. My first instinct is to automatically head over to Ebay, although I have to admit that I rarely bid on an aution over there. I mostly do the buy it now option. I just don't have time to sit and watch the aution like I used to.

  3. Getting your bids back is a huge plus!

  4. My first instinct was to comment about how these penny auction sites are just like gambling - throwing good money after bad. BUT. . . when I read that DealDash gives you your bids back if you don't win I saw a ray of hope. I'm going to check out this site.

  5. That giving back bids you don't win is a big plus in my mind. I'm still staying away because I know I'd get sucked in.