DealDash Math EXPOSED — they paid HOW much more FOR THE BIDS?

DealDash math exposed

Recently, a PlayStation 4 was sold for the final auction price of $9.53. What’s the math behind it?

The auction price of $9.53 means that 953 bids was placed in the auction by all the participating bidders, as every bid raises the price of the auction by $0.01.

How can these deals be possible and the company stay in business?

First off, DealDash works directly with brands and buys items in large bulks. Overstock clearance deals, seasonal inventory, brand promotions, and more.

Warehouse clearance

Bolvaint Arduin Lambskin Motoring Jacket

Quality genuine leather jacket for motorists

Kamikoto 7-Inch Santoku Chef’s Knife

A sharp handmade kitchen knife in its wooden box

Bolvaint Vitus Men’s Watch, White

A beautiful watch in a shiny box

Aava Elements Stainless Steel Saucepan with Lid

A heavy duty stainless steel saucepan with lid

Veho M8 Wireless Lifestyle Portable Speaker

Portable bluetooth speaker

What happens if you bid and don’t win?

So what happens if you spend money on Bids and don’t win? Say you used 300 Bids (300 * $0.20 = $60) on the PlayStation 4 and didn’t win.

Do you have to pay for ALL of your Bids?

There are plenty of ways to earn Free Bids on DealDash. The “Time as Highest Bidder” meter rewards you with Free Bids for every second you’re the highest bid in an auction.

100 Free Bids when you join

You can now get 100 Free Bids using the coupon code OVERSTOCK.

Overstock auctions

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