Don’t waste your money here. You’re better off buying by the product at cost as the system that runs this will ultimately make you end up paying more. I wasted $60 and came out with NOTHING TOO SHOW for it. NOTHING!!!!!!!!
Why I feel like you’re playing Fraud ?
Keep trying 5/5
By Bad App 00000000
Never give up. The prize is at the end of the rainbow.
By Bharath Navaneethan
In a dog eat dog world, the house always wins. I was very reasonable and now became one of the mad dogs. Reasonable purchase and bidding has to rely on Lady Luck, which is then a LOTTERY. Not many people purchase or play Lottery, which is just a dollar in most of the state run programs. Calculated bidding is never possible without Lady Luck again as suggested in your website tips. The numbers of seconds for calculations are not sufficient for a normal. Definitely my IQ is way higher than many bidders on DEALDash. One must be an autistic person counting cards or by a look solve the puzzle. Even such a capable person cannot predict the madness that is going on. I learned my lessons in a hard way spending over Eight Thousands dollars since I fell attracted to this craziness. I don’t know what is the company doing with 90% of the products are crap, especially, Ashlynn Avenue jewelry. Now-a-days good products like Monolith, Robert Matthew, New Haven, are being rare instead crap jewelry is everywhere, every time. DD is no more claiming one auction every minute. Bid Packs frequency has decreased significantly and bidders craze has increased with new bidders every day. Seasoned bidders are getting the heat. Bottom line, the house always wins. This is my thought. Many good things discussed thus far but none has been found in your implementation. My I’d is ‘nbharath’.
Fun way to pass the time!
I like how the reviews are 5 good one bad 5 good two bad, there is a pattern like bots. I’m out .
Winning on pennies 5/5
Fun site to find interesting items to bid on.
By Cu Dearg
Buy it now prices are ridiculous. There are so many people hacking free bids with generators. Buying bids is too expensive to keep up. Merchandise is basically a bunch of Dollar Store crap with a few legit things but most are knock-off brands. I’m done with this app.
This is like gambling, so be ready to lose money! 1/5
Stay away! Unless you have money to spare!
There are a lot of things you don’t need that you might be able to get very cheap, but there are a lot of weird users that overbid all the time on a lot of auctions.
this doesn’t look right to me, there’s one particular user names UncleTan that overbid all the time, to the point of paying 3 to 5 times the “Buy it now” price of the products.
So either that guy is completely nuts and love to just give away money to Deal Dash, or he is a bot or somehow related to the company to always increase bids on auctions.
Do the math 1/5
If an item valued at $240 (The Barrel shack messenger bag- actual item that sold) sells for $43.48(actual sell price), the actual price spent on the item, if it’s .13 per bid is $565.24. So in reality the company made $325.24 on every body placing the bids and the winner hardly got any sort of deal (on average the winner is placing 1 of 3 bids which means he paid $188.41 gambling to maybe win and a guarantee of 100% losses if he lost ... unless he wants to spend MORE money to get some back)and everyone else can sulk in their losses.. unless of course they would like to purchase The Barrel Shack Messenger Bag at retail price, $240 and then they can have their measly bids back. Some win.
There is no real win, this company should be audited and a law suit set out against them.
Esta aplicación esta diseñada para robarte el dinero no caigas...
What a scam. They say the items sell for $2,3,10.00. Yeah but it may take you 250-300 or more bids at .15 per bid. So at 300 bids means you actually spent $45 of your money to win a item that “SOLD” for $10.00. Scam scam scam!!!
Do not purchase scam 1/5
This is a total scam
Waste of money 1/5
Gigantic waste of money. Bought 300 bids and never even came close to winning anything. Stay far away from this app unless you plan on spending days at a time waiting for auctions to end. It’s all automatic bidding so you don’t even have to be on to win which is cool if you have 100,000 bids but come on who has that...
Great concept, great app 5/5
I’m just going to get right to it... I honestly love Deal Dash and this app is great too. It’s never crashed, never messed up in any way for me and it works just like the website. The opportunities to get some really high-quality items for a fraction of their retail prices is immense and the app makes it possible to do it on the go. I have bud on, and win, some amazing products. Products I honestly would not have been able to get myself otherwise. In fact, I won an Ultra HD 4K 55” TV for my son’s wedding for an unbelievably low price. That’s just one of the items. Do yourself a favor and check it out.
Simply the best 5/5
DealDash is consistently the best auction site with the best customer service. I won’t use another site/app!
Confusing fun 3/5
So far so good although big ticket items are harder to come by for deals. Wish it at least told you how long the auction was because once it hits 0 doesn’t mean u win if you’re in the question it keeps repeating. Still learning so we’ll see when I win something other than bids
Not great anymore. 3/5
I have been a Deal Dash User for over a year. The app used to do “Free Auctions” WAYYY more frequently and I haven’t seen one in a very long time. You also only get 15 free bids versus 30 compared to before. I understand they need to profit but don’t tell me you don’t make plenty when people buy bids.
I actually won!!!! 5/5
I actually won an auction!!!!
Yes you can win...
I got $1300 shoes for about $40
I was watching a show on forgiving
and not fishing in sea of forgetfulness..
And I won....
Plan on loosing a lot of money 1/5
This is not worth it. I tried it out on an auction for a PS4 and headphones. $160 later, I lost the auction and my money. For another $60 I could have bought one from Walmart. Problem is you get wrapped up in trying to win. You don’t think about how much you spent. Value of items are grossly over stated. Headphones stated to be worth $500. Can buy on eBay for $150 brand new. PS4 valued at $390. Can buy at Walmart for $220. These auctions cost every bidder money whether you win or lose. So beware! This adventure cost me $160 and 27hrs of irritation. The auction lasted for 27hrs and people that didn’t bid before the $5 cutoff were jumping in near the end. Which wasn’t supposed to be aloud. Each bid increases the amount by 1 cent. Each bid cost $.13-$.15 a piece. You get some free bids along the way, but not enough to make it worth it. Don’t let them fool you with auctions that ended at a couple bucks for stuff worth $100’s of dollars. This is a gimmick to get you to bid. You are guaranteed to lose. If you don’t believe me. Enjoy finding out for yourself.
Bring back the pringles and batteries 2/5
Small items used to be fun to win too. The limit caps were also nice. Same winners throughout the day everyday, and this is no longer an appealing ap to put money into. More aggravating than entertaining.
Patient is key for purchase 5/5
So far so good
Auction is a joke 1/5
Auctions are open for days or weeks. Every 10 second a robotic user will bid to keep the auction alive as long is it can be, and to prevent real people from winning the product before reaching certain “price”.
Currently, there’s an auction for Apple MacBook, which is running for more than 10 days.
To keep up with the auction you need to bid and keep bidding, which is not free. Every bid costs about $0.15. So if you bid for example 500 times you’ll lose $75 with no chance to win the auction.The company is making money selling bids. Even the product cost increases only by $0.01 per bid, if 5 real people are bidding on one item for 7 days they will easily spend $500 together using their purchased bids.
Going back to MacBook, DashDeal had already made over $700 on bids before the auction is closed.
So their profit will be = used bids from all bidders+ MacBook profit.
Even if the MacBook auction stopped at $1000, the used bids will - at least- cover the difference.
Don’t waste your time 1/5
By blur abyss
Look at all the past winners smh this app is a joke
Automatic bids 3/5
By n.j will
I’m new to deal dash. How do I make automatic bids.
5 Star 1/5
I’ll put 5 stars if it’s real
Pure junk 1/5
I won on Deal Dash a fine leather travel bag from Bolvaint Paris, which they valued at $3,400. Once the bag arrived, I saw a tag inside that said it was made in China. The fabric inside is poorly stitched. The leather looks cheap. It’s definitely not worth $3,400. I asked customer support how can I leave a review on their site regarding the bag. They said they ask certain customers for their reviews to post on the site to ensure diversity. That doesn’t seem right.
I’m not sure if there are company owned bots playing the auction. I don’t see anything in their terms and conditions that would prohibit that. It seems that several of the same usernames win frequently and big endlessly. They had an iPhone X, that went to the last bidder for $7,633. That seems absurd.
Most of the items they auction off are from companies I have never heard of before. Looking up those companies on the internet is pretty interesting in itself. Go ahead and try it. See if you can figure out if the brand has a physical store. Perhaps they are just rebranded cheap items from China “advertised” on a made up site.
Wish I could get a full refund for all the bids I bought. But, you only get a refund on the first purchase you made, which is usually low to test the site out. They will refund the remaining balance after devaluing your bids to about 20% of what you paid.
Perhaps add an option to view only the items being budded in instead in having them in the active page where you have to scroll around. Even if they are at the top portion of the page. It’s sutra ting, which may be huge marketing plan. But I would like to be able to filter a view for only active auctions I’m bidding on
Fun Hobby 5/5
I have won some really cool merchandise on Deal Dash. The Wilson & Miller products are my favorite - I’m impressed with the quality and even the packaging. (Please bring back the flashlights!)
I also have to brag on the customer service department. The response rate is fast, & they tend to go above & beyond to make sure you have a good experience with the app.
Give the game a try - you’ll have to invest some money, but nothing in life is free. Be patient. Watch the game for a while and you’ll know which opponents to avoid, because some really will bid forever.... Use bid buddy and don’t “stomp” on bids. Start with something small like a ring, and you’ll eventually win if you stay with it. I’ve tried jumping around to different auctions, but I have had the most luck when I picked one auction and stayed in for a reasonable amount of time.
Good luck! And do not hesitate to reach out to customer service if you have a question! I promise I do not work for DealDash - they have just been very helpful and exceeded my expectations, which prompted me to give them 5 stars after almost a year and a half of playing.
I cannot access a profile to write much of anything about myself to earn badges, etc.
best auction app!
Great app and bidding site 5/5
By Barb 1969
Awesome site and app!! Great quality items at cheaper than retail prices. The best customer service too!!
Thumbs down 1/5
Seems like they have their own people bidding...
Love it. 5/5
I just won for the first time and its only been three days!
SCAM ARTISTS 1/5
This site is such a rip off. You have to buy bids, then find an auction that’s worth bidding on, then waste your bids on that item because every time the clock counts down to 1 second left and you’re about to win the auction, “someone” conveniently bids on it too. It’s all done by the computer. You can’t win. They even auction off BID PACKS! That’s how they make their money, selling you bids. Then they auction off items no one wants, has their computer bid against you to drive the price up and make you waste your bids, etc. It’s a waste of time and money. TOTAL SCAM
About to delete app 1/5
By unhappy with losing
Spending a ton of money never to win
By It's jfweefgjbvfhh
I have been playing deal dash for almost a year. The first auction I bid on was won for .01, I was hooked. I continued and won a couple more auctions with the initial bid pack. As time goes on I have noticed a few things on the site that raise concerns. There are a handful of people who win every item offered, every week. Some items are varied by size, for example rings or bathrobes. These people win every variation weekly. Uncle Tan being the worst. If you are new and see him bidding don’t waste your money. There are a few others who will spend over 10000 bids on ridiculous items. Also there are a few bidders who I have proven to DealDash are resellers. They put one bid in, wait for others to exhaust a copious amount of bids and will relentlessly bid until they win, Bartonbraden is one. Customer service is excellent however. Just beware of who you are bidding against because DealDash won’t put a stop to overbidding, resellers or stompers. They are making their money so it doesn’t matter if your losing yours!
Super awesome deals. Intense-smooth 5/5
Just like I said above
Mr Jim 1/5
Deal dash cut my free bids in half so I play less on your site.
I do seem to spend a lot 3/5
It’s pretty difficult to save when bidding against so many! I think some do this professionally! I think it would be a lot better if there was a $1.00 no jump limit!
Better understanding on how to set up and deal 5/5
I have tried to do deal dash and cant understand how to set up my account
Read reviews first 1/5
I downloaded it and then decided to look at the reviews and I would like to thank you all for taking your time to wright down almost fell for it and bought bids.
Bait and switch 1/5
My friend raves about this app. She got great gift cards through the auctions. I have belonged for a couple of months and am never offered anything good. The have sheets, a giant plastic swan nightlight, and junk. Don’t bother with this app.
Dealdash— the right deal 5/5
I love this purse. The look, the feeling make elegant.
Happily surprised 5/5
Can’t believe I won!
The “winners” are all bots :/ 1/5
By Mango the jenday conure
I bought a few tickets to bid and every time I even got close getting an item the same idiot kept outbidding everyone this “person” was on quite a few different items and it’s frustrating to be close to getting an item and losing it. I would like to let people know not to buy anything from them it’s ridiculous.
Bots or idiots? You decide! 1/5
By Jkb bbbb
Before I jump in I want to say use Tophatter, it’s a real bidding app where you don’t have to buy bids to bid!! I agree with the first review I can see on this app. It’s poison! I was bidding for 12 hours straight!! I spent roughly 2000 bids on an item I really wanted(obviously). It was me and one other person, there account name is cjoblack. The actual item is worth $530 if you want to buy it without using bids. The user I spent 6 hours bidding against literally paid $561.97. So either this person is really dumb or so rich and pathetic that they are just on here for fun and forcing others to spend their money while they sit back and laugh??? That or I just spent hours up against a bot!! Thanks for wasting my time and money! Will never use this again and or recommend this to anyone ever! I’m a person that could’ve spent thousands upon thousands but I’m not a sucker no longer.
First purchase 5/5
It was a great process
Scam cut your losses and get out. 5/5
I’m not going to go into details but I lost a lot of hard earned money trying to safe money on stuff I don't need.
I wish I had known better 1/5
This website and app are a scam. You have to pay for bids that individually cost 12 cents, 13 cents and more and you - get this - get to bid on more bids all the time and never win! They promised to refund my initial amount if I tried the app and they didn’t.
The price on items go up a penny every time you make a 13 cent, so your actually spending 13 cents every time you bid a penny; and this happens in competition with competing bidders that apparently don’t understand how much they are getting robbed.
All the products are REDUNDANT OFF BRANDS and there’s really nothing good to win. They highlighted winners of iPads and stuff, but they don’t auction that stuff. The same crappy jewelry, shirts, cheap linens, knives. Same exact items over and over. No variety.
Honestly, I even won a set of headphones early in my attempts to use the app and they offered to trade my win for guess what....!!! More bids.
If you like bidding and never winning, welcome to a QVC app gone wrong. Same crap, expensive penny bids, never winning. Whoever designed this made a lottery you’ll never win, just like the real one! Except you may win crap instead of $100 million dollars.