DealDash - Bid & Save Auctions

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Rating
4.4 (42.3K)
Size
40.2 MB
Age rating
17+
Current version
5.20.12
Price
Free
Seller
DealDash Oyj
Last update
3 months ago
Version OS
13.0 or later
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User Reviews for DealDash - Bid & Save Auctions

4.35 out of 5
42.3K Ratings
2 years ago, RachelB74
Addictive!
I truly enjoy playing Deal Dash. It’s addictive and bidding is fun. I’ve won some great things I wouldn’t normally buy and some not so great, like jewelry which runs too small. Read the reviews before bidding. As long as you remember you’re playing a game, it’s enjoyable. If you don’t have money to burn or have an addictive personality, this probably isn’t the best app for you. I tend to play one month at a time. I love my new bamboo bed sheets and phone charger, and my Christmas shopping is already done - but the bill for the app at the end of the month can be a splash of cold reality.
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5 months ago, GageG96
Please read
DOWNLOAD COPY and PASTE this person's comment. This type of business practice should be ILLEGAL and punishable. DECEPTIVE business Practice should be PUNISHABLE. After seeing an ad, I played along and bought bids. Understanding how these gimmicks work, I used those bids to run some diagnostics to confirm what I already knew. The past winners are mostly the same "people" (bots). They seem to have unlimited money and could care less what they spend on buying a product because they only exist to save the product from being a loss. They site says they are "audited", but you cannot view the audit results and have no way to legitimize them as an actual audit. Every once in a while they give a squirrel a nut to actual people to use them as their "keep the fires burning" proof of winners. If you don't make a bid within the first $5.00 you are locked out. So expect the bots to bid early once to reserve the ability to run up the bidding later. If this app truly has the number of people using this app as it shows they do, the "winners" pool would be bigger. The winners that are always winning are spending money per bid with many bids, plus winning the bids. They would have to be extremely wealthy and stupid with their money. That's not a likely combination. I spent money to investigate before investing in this gimmick. After all, being SMART with your money makes you achieve wealth. Save yourself and play a game, you won't come out ahead.
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4 months ago, ydbkigwcblof
Bugs and hooks
I thought I would try this for awhile but I should have remembered my last experience and/or read the latest comments from users. I was delighted when I won 3 auctions in the beginning - 2 of them for 1 penny. Yippee! However, after 1 month I finally realized that apparently they let you win in the beginning to give you the feeling that you might actually be able to win an auction fairly reasonably often. I did end up getting a watch I really wanted, but when I reviewed what I had spent on bids (it’s so easy to rationalize $7 for 50-60 bids isn’t it - especially when you win early auctions with only 10 or less) I finally realized that what I got was costing me way more than I would ever pay for things were I in a brick and mortar store. I also discovered that this is time consuming, addictive, and extremely frustrating. I had actually used the bid buddy to bid on an item I particularly wanted, only to lose out because it didn’t put my bids in before the deadline that cut off new bidders. Additionally this app keeps freezing which means I actually have to keep restarting my device to get back in. Not sure how many times this also prevented me from winning. Bottom line - yes I won a few things, one of which I really wanted, but this is too irritating to give it a better review. Too bad because I thought I would enjoy this.
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12 months ago, Cibintn
This is a money trap
You can spend hundreds of dollars buying bids and then not win a single thing and wasting all of that $$$ so be careful. So strange to me how an item will sell at the previous auction for less than a dollar, but at the next auction when I participate the same item will go soooo much higher. Just know you have to buy bids to participate in the auction, so basically you pay a fee every time you bid ( so far for me bids have ranged from 12 to 14 cents). Then if you are lucky enough to VERY OCCASIONALLY win you still have to pay for the item separately. Some days items are discounted so if the winning bid is $5 you only have to pay a portion of that. You can also bid on bids. Be smart on that. I have seen people use over 200 bids just to win 100. WHO DOES THAT? Another huge issue I have is this app. Mine freezes up A LOT and I’ll be in the middle of an auction and it freezes and when I finally get the app closed and reopened the auction has finished because I could not bid. That is so frustrating, especially when it is down to me and one other bidder. Just be careful with this and I definitely suggest reading the item reviews before bidding as well as any bidding stipulations.
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8 months ago, wagner302
Scam!!!! 100% Scam!!! Please Read.
After seeing an ad, I played along and bought bids. Understanding how these gimmicks work, I used those bids to run some diagnostics to confirm what I already knew. The past winners are mostly the same "people" (bots). They seem to have unlimited money and could care less what they spend on buying a product because they only exist to save the product from being a loss. They site says they are "audited", but you cannot view the audit results and have no way to legitimize them as an actual audit. Every once in a while they give a squirrel a nut to actual people to use them as their "keep the fires burning" proof of winners. If you don't make a bid within the first $5.00 you are locked out. So expect the bots to bid early once to reserve the ability to run up the bidding later. If this app truly has the number of people using this app as it shows they do, the "winners" pool would be bigger. The winners that are always winning are spending money per bid with many bids, plus winning the bids. They would have to be extremely wealthy and stupid with their money. That's not a likely combination. I spent money to investigate before investing in this gimmick. After all, being SMART with your money makes you achieve wealth. Save yourself and play a game, you won't come out ahead.
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7 years ago, Gcap1
Poison to your pocket
After seeing an ad, I played along and bought bids. Understanding how these gimmicks work, I used those bids to run some diagnostics to confirm what I already knew. The past winners are mostly the same “people” (bots). They seem to have unlimited money and could care less what they spend on buying a product because they only exist to save the product from being a loss. They site says they are “audited”, but you cannot view the audit results and have no way to legitimize them as an actual audit. Every once in a while they give a squirrel a nut to actual people to use them as their “keep the fires burning” proof of winners. If you don’t make a bid within the first $5.00 you are locked out. So expect the bots to bid early once to reserve the ability to run up the bidding later. If this app truly has the number of people using this app as it shows they do, the “winners” pool would be bigger. The winners that are always winning are spending money per bid with many bids, plus winning the bids. They would have to be extremely wealthy and stupid with their money. That’s not a likely combination. I spent money to investigate before investing in this gimmick. After all, being SMART with your money makes you achieve wealth. Save yourself and play a game, you won’t come out ahead.
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2 years ago, RebeccaLSato
Do some research, PLEASE.
Sketchy business practices IMO. For one thing, the buy it now price is heavily inflated. After never hearing of any of these “luxury brands”, I looked into it and realized that like 80% of the stuff they auction is made by “companies” owned by DealDash. Many of the in-house brands like Bolvaint and Kamikoto are cheaply made, not worth thousands of dollars. Did you really believe that you’d be getting “90% off retail prices!!”? If you look at the people who are bidding/winning most auctions, it’s retirees who can afford to place hundreds of bids, and who gullibly think they’re getting a deal on high quality products. Kamikoto knives are made in China and are a scam based in Hong Kong, along with their other “foreign-sounding” brands. After buying your first bid pack, you easily win any of the first couple (lower-priced) auctions you bid in, because you end up being the only bidder. After asking a few friends to test it out, yep it turns out the same thing happens to them. I think this is one of their strategies to convince new users that their auctions are easy to win, and to encourage them to spend more. In reality, the same people can bid on and win the same items over and over again (just look at the reviews for the products)
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12 months ago, Philien5
Throwing away money
While you can VERY RARELY win an auction... there are about a dozen people who control this app - they seem to have limitless bids and win everything (bots maybe?)- you see one of them jump into an auction and your heart sinks because you know they will bid forever and you will just waste all your bids so everyone gets out and they win without even having to spend much even though they are willing to... also you can be in an auction forever and have spent almost all your bids but then someone who placed one bid early on jumps in and wins because you run out of bids... overall you spend so much on bids that even when you do win something you are still down big bucks from all the ones you have not won but bid on... so do not be fooled when they let you win a couple when you are new... that is just to get you hooked ☹️ wish they could even the field somehow because it is fun to bid but unless you can lose lots of money... stay away!!!
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10 months ago, Waitlisted_2022
Questionable Bot Activity
You have to buy bids at 12 cents a bid and up. You then use those purchased bids to bid on items or for bid packages for a good deal if you win. There are accounts that bid on multiple bids packs at once and those accounts are continuously bidding more than what the bid package is worth. I find this odd and potentially a scam. I tried this app for 24 hours and I will be deleting it. It can be quite expensive especially when dealing with possible bots. I just don’t think any reasonable person would put in a bid over 750 times on a package that is only for a 750 bid package. This is being done on multiple bids at once leaving real accounts to lose out to these potential bots. That’s the risk you take when using with this app. I don’t know for sure if there are bots, but I feel there is some “playing for the house” going on.
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1 year ago, L,jh
Unfair
There are some “heavy hitters” there are about 7-10 people that seem to have endless bids . They are in almost every auction. At 1st you win some few smaller auctions after that good luck. The heavy hitters hit all actions and you will never win or get a good deal they seam to have endless bids .. if you look at the previous winner you will see them.. it’s very unfair. Not to mention you get into an auction bid hundreds of bids and finally get it down to just another person and a watcher jumps in and wins with just a few bids as you already used yours.I wish deal dash would put up a limit of items one person can purchase lifetime not just monthly or group it in levels like if you are a level 10 or above you can’t Enter the auction. Or more of the 1 per person lifetime events..and No re-entry auctions.. good luck it’s a waste of money in the long run.
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6 years ago, Nj49ersfan
Extremely unfair!!! Save your $$$$
Just look at the names of the people your bidding against, I can guarantee that they are the same people you will see bidding on every auction and you will never win!!!! You can see that they have won the same items over and over!!! Unless you have an endless amount of money to buy bids and go up against these people who are on here 24 / 7 you won’t ever win. I tried to win a mattress 14 times and amazingly the same person won it 7 times, so don’t think your going to get something of value, you’ll wind up spending a lot of money and get absolutely nothing for it!!! Give it a try and see what happens, but just look at the names of the bidders and when you lose and try again to win it the same people that won will be beating you every time. There a 6 people that always win, just watch and see.
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5 years ago, Xexo79
DON’T DO IT
I've been on DealDash since 2013 and in the beginning I got addicted to it. I lost thousands of dollars on it and now I have nothing that I can say it was worth winning. The only things that are worth on this site are Apple products and TVs but they will never let you win those. Every time they auction one of those they also have a computer bot that you will bid against thus there is no way for you to win. Trust me I have ended up buying few apple laptops and iPads for the full price to get my bids back because I spent thousands of bids and hundreds of dollars trying to win it and couldn’t. It would cost me way less if I went to Apple store and just bought those. The only things they let me win are suitcases and other worthless stuff that are way overpriced on their site but in reality they are very cheap and poor quality. None of the suitcases survived one trip to Europe. They are made of cheap plastic. The other things I won are backpacks , pillows and candles. All those stuff are overpriced and not worth spending money on. Just stay away from this site.
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7 years ago, Queen Karla
My strange addiction
I love the deal dash app. One thing I love is the convenience of clicking on the icon and not having to go the webpage route. Was so glad when they got the app up and running. I can't think of any improvements to the app except I would like a section that kept track of how much of your actual money you have into it via buying bids and merchandise. I also love the new system of getting daily free bids posted to your account when you log in and spend one bid each day. What I don't like - and this is a totally personal problem - is the obsession that overtakes me when bidding on an auction. This is something I have to work on myself though and has nothing to do with deal dash or the app. Reason for 4 stars? I don't give 5 stars unless it is absolutely perfect.
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7 years ago, geenim
Excellent customer service but beware
I cannot speak more highly of their customer service. VERY fair if you have any concerns about your account or products. My issue w this app is the overbidding by some people (who must have time and money at their disposal). It’s frustrating for someone like me, just trying to get a deal. I have won only 4 times. I’m also very cautious in using my bids for stuff I actually want or need. The other issue I have, it seems they have the same stuff- very little change in products offered. They are nice but not as much variety as I would want. For the last 2 months at least it’s been status quo for items being auctioned. It’s ok if you lost the first time because you get more opportunities to try again but still. Overall, my advice, buy bids to bid on stuff you actually want/ need. Careful not to just buy bids to bid otherwise you’ll be spending more than you are getting in your deal!
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6 years ago, Vonerpower
The app is good but needs work with PayPal issues
The app is good but when you select to use PayPal as payment it doesn’t allow me to select which card or credit line I want to use through my PayPal. And it used as payment the wrong card on my file through PayPal! It should have a set done by time like eBay has which ends the auction at a set time rather than go on for days resetting the timer . It also shouldn’t charge you for bids it really should be a daily allowance of bids but think every time you pay for bid packs and bid and the loser bids all bid on the same item you are technically paying for shipping and they still technically get retail price due to the winning bid and loser bids combined. To the same ones who win every auction item they much have a very high credit limit and more than one card or must be rich and don’t care. I’ve won one auction for a bardenshire water fountain valued at $208 and paid $3.46 for it plus my other bids towards it and there were lots of loser bids on my item.
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6 years ago, Upelluri
Plan on loosing a lot of money
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.
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10 months ago, dealdashisascam
Scam
Rated 5 stars so it would be one of the first reviews you see. This app is a SCAM!!!! Look at who is “bidding” on these items. It’s the same names in each item. “WillBIDallDAY” is the name of one BOT , bidding on like 10 different items at once. If the auctions reset every 10 seconds , how can someone bid on that many auctions at one time ? It’s impossible. And it has to be a scam. And there’s hundreds of names bidding on multiply items. I literally tried to manage 2 auctions at once and couldn’t. Like they’re bidding on 10 different items every 5 seconds. It’s IMPOSSIBLE. THIS APP IS A SCAM. ALL THEY WANT IS FOR YOU TO BUY BIDS. SERIOUSLY YOU CAN BID MAYBE 20 times for $3 and not win anything because there’s a bot bidding against you. Don’t fall for it people it’s literally a textbook example of a scam.
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3 years ago, 1990Julesfools
More like Steal Dash
The app is one of the craziest legal cons of all time. Not only are the bids about 25 cents EACH, but the likelihood of that paying off are small to none. I’ve noticed that there are a handful of people who always seem to come in at the last moment and throw their money around. You nod on something 150 times and it rarely pays off so then you are out all of this money because you used up your bids. They always have auctions to buy bids, but you’ll probably use at least 200 bids to win a 220 bid auction and then you have to pay for it on top of that!!!! Such a SCAM!!! Bids should be free or like one cent each. They just had a sale for 14 cent bids and that was supposed to be a “deal” I can only assume that the hardcore deal dashers are gambling addicts trying to get their fix during covid. That’s my theory. I can’t believe this is legal and I can’t believe I was stupid enough to buy into it. Save yourself frustration and money. Get your fix elsewhere.
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2 years ago, Hillhaven1942
Awesome customer service
I have been using Deal Dash for about six years. There are people that must have a lot of money to burn, that are on here constantly and outbid you frequently. BUT I have learned how to win my share and have won some great prizes. It takes a little skill but well worth it. My main reason for this review is the awesome customer service. Always courteous and taking care of any issues immediately. I just had an issue with an Omaha Steaks package being delayed by the carrier. When I received it, part of package was totally thawed and had to be thrown away. Thanks to customer service, a new package being shipped to me. I hope carrier delivers this one on time!! Thank you, Customer Service!
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1 year ago, Beachin79
USERS BE WARE!
Please refer to review from 5 years ago Poison to your pocket 5y ago Gcap1 After seeing an ad, I played along and bought bids. Understanding how these gimmicks work, I used those bids to run some diagnostics to confirm what I already knew. The past winners are mostly the same "people" (bots). They seem to have unlimited money and could care less what they spend on buying a product because they only exist to save the product from being a loss. They site says they are "audited" but you cannot view the audit results and have no way to legitimize them as an actual audit. Every once in a while they give a squirrel a nut to actual people to use them as their "keep the fires burning" proof of winners. If you don't make a bid within the first $5.00 you are locked out. So expect the bots to bid early once to reserve the ability to run up the bidding later. If this app truly has the number of people using this app as it shows they do, the "winners" pool would be bigger. The winners that are always winning are spending money per bid with many bids, plus winning the bids. They would have to be extremely wealthy and stupid with their money. That's not a likely combination. I spent money to investigate before investing in this gimmick. After all, being SMART with your money makes you achieve wealth. Save yourself and play a game, you won't come out ahead.
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3 years ago, hym try
1st time user
You will not win cause the timer reset it self to give room for others to bid too so ever bid is ? Cent. And if you go all crazy the cent amount adds up to the the price of what you are trying to get and then you pay for the product what you are bidding for what an awesome trap for people to think that they have a good price it’s best if we go out and buy it out right at other venders I came on to see if it best to bid I can’t seem to think this is a fun way to get lower price things I have 510 bid credit so far I have used 100 of them once my credits are done no more bidding for me but it will say I just lost the money that I put into it and received nothing it like taking a gamble you win some and you don’t win at all I hate gambling it’s not a guarantee you win it what a thing to trick people I was like yes I might get something for being new a lot of things was locked to me I could not bid on it ?
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6 years ago, JoeGadget
Pure junk
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.
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2 years ago, Ndksjnwoabdkfobw
Works but could be better
This is a surprisingly addictive app and the app works don’t get me wrong, but only for the bare minimum and I think there are a few things that could make it better. For starters the app freezes if you leave the app to check something else on your phone and more often than not you have to close and reopen the app to get it to work. Another is that there are times when the app will lag on times for auctions starting and that can mess you up when you may want to get into an auction early. One other one I think would be great is a better filter option for bids such as: no jumper limits, no entry bids, and leader board auction bids. That way you could better tailor which type of auctions you are trying to join
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6 years ago, $L@¥3R
Scam
Each bid lasts max of 10 seconds? Make a bid on an item. Close the app and set a timer of 10 minutes. 10 minutes x 60 sec/min= a minimum of 6.00$ added right? Never! I tested this on 10 different bid items. In 10 minutes the bid will not grow by more than 2.00$... companies that put their products up for auction control the time and have fake accounts so that they can drive the price up. Ultimately they win and you and all the other suckers pay 2-20$ for nothing and they keep their over priced product. Would you seriously pay 200$ for a set of sheets? Have you heard of these companies prior to this? They make their own websites to build the facade that you are getting a great deal. The only product reviews are written by the people selling the product. Ultimate hustle. Don’t fall for it
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10 months ago, Durvy5
Martin
I’ve participated in a few auctions and watched a ton more, I always look at the previous winners, bids, and dollar amount they went for. I had an auction for an article of clothing and the history showed it going for 20$ max but most of the time less than 5$. This auction went on for over 14 hours and reached 55$. I think it is possible to win but I doubt the history they show is real and you have to contend with people with endless bids. If you win an auction for something you get the option to take the item or bids so people end up bidding on items only to get the bids. I personally feel like some of these auctions are rigged and if the person reading this asked me should they spend money I would tell them don’t waste you time or money. I think some of the histories are fake and meant to make people believe they have a real chance at winning.
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1 year ago, Twitter186
I felt cheated from moment one
I logged in and purchased $7 worth of bids on my credit card just to try it out. When I looked at my statement they had charged me $70 as well as the $7 saying the $70 was a buy in fee. I never saw anything indicating I would get that charge. It’s impossible to win auctions but if you do win you pay a lot more than what you won the auction for. Deal Dash charges 14 cents for a penny bid. So if you win an auction for a $300 purse you also have to take into consideration how many bids you used to get it. I have seen auctions where someone wins a $50 gift card for $35 but also spent $25 on bids. Now they are $10 in the hole so they continue to bid on other auctions to try to get even. My friend spent $150 in bids and only won a $10 Burger King gift card. I wish I had read the reviews before I walked away $77 lighter with nothing to show for it. Beware!
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2 years ago, KB22VET
It’s a Gambling Scheme
In principle this is a gambling scheme through and through. I bought close to $240 in bids including the original $70 buy in just to sign up and get a promotional bud pack. I only was interested in bidding on a VR lot and after placing 2,854 bids on this single lot; I have still have nothing to show for it. I truly believe there is AI algorithmic bidding taking place to drive big ticket lots to essentially drive you under water. Thus meaning you will win but was it worth it in the long run. Breaking it down… If you buy in like I did and say you spent $240 in bids - but run out and buy $70 more just to try to win - now your up to $310 - let’s hypothetically say you win at $150 for the lot; your now all in at $460 on a lot that is truly valued at $499 - So you due get a savings but at what cost. Again it’s gambling at its finest; just remember the house always wins!
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5 years ago, JefferyK1970
Scam
Sad to say Deal Dash is a scam. Don’t let the $5 no jumper limit lull you into a false sense of security, because all people have to do is bid once before the $5 limit is reached, and they can come back at anytime, even after $5 and resume bidding. This means, you’ve wasted a bunch of bids (which you pay for, so you’ve wasted your money). It’s also amazing that these bidders know exactly when you’re about to “win”, or more honestly buy, and pop up to drag out the bidding, raising the price you’re going to pay, or cost you all of your bids (and money) you’ve wasted before finally giving up. I suspect these opponents are actually bots. Deal Dash my not deploy this strategy on every item, especially the cheap garbage like overpriced costume jewelry, but they definitely do on the premium items. You got me DD, but you will not get another nickel out of me. Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.
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4 months ago, adam freasier
Bots in this game
I wish we could hack all the bots out of this app. I stayed up for several days straight and watched the other players (bots) win bids by paying way more than what it’s worth. I emailed them and got all my money back. Seems to me like it’s so fake because I watched every second. For those of you who can’t play like I do, you would just think you loss because it’s your fault somehow but I’m here to confirm with you, there are bots that will pay more than the items worth just so you can lose money. I’m never playing again and you lost my business deal dash with deceptive practices.
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4 years ago, ColoradoBorn
TOTAL SCAM
This app and company are scamming consumers in every way possible! 1. They inflate the price of everything...even gift cards. They add a 20 or 50 bid package, which they value at nearly a dollar a bid. 2. They either own or deal with the companies that they sell 60% of their merchandise from, so that they can over-inflate the value. Items are chintzy unless brand name. 3. Look at the total cost that some “bidders” are paying for the items. A $25 gift card to IHOP was bid to $32...and that is on top of the cost to “bid.” They have bots or paid people who bid the items up extremely high. The $20k car was won by someone whose total cost to win it was $116k. Seriously? Someone fed $100,000 into an app for a *chance to by a car at a discount? Think about it! They are willing their own things so they have no cost associated with their business. Stealing money from people. 4. This “game” would be extremely dangerous for anyone who has a propensity to gamble. That’s what it is. Gambling. They let you win a few “auctions” at the start to make you think it’s legitimate, but it absolutely isn’t. RUN, don’t walk, away from this site! Research it online if you don’t believe me. Based in Finland with the only goal of taking our money.
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7 years ago, Avglow
Not bad
Initially I thought I just lost $35 to the buds I bought, but I actually won a few things. The $10 gift cards became easier and easier and they add up, yay for me! If you continue to place a bid everyday, 30 bids free boom...that adds up and that’s where you start to get your money back, at least I did. My free bids added up and I was able to get into auctions early (just one or two bids) and then go back into them an hour or so later and see how many people were still left, then make the decision if I wanted in again. Got good towels and knives, a watch and headphones...all good quality. Took a bit, but I found the worth in Deal Dash$
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2 months ago, sherkitch
Web Site changes
With new functions to site, there were no notification that bids are running out. Spent my hard earned money only to loose 3 different times due to glitch. I’ve spent a lot of weeks/months on a specific dyson hair dryer. I was close yesterday. IT TOOK 2 days when I realized your site was glitching again! Unfair, unjust, money pit, and chat with C/S with repetitive replys indicating that the chat appears to be AI ??? I tried email about the issue also without receiving a reply. Then I moved to chat….But according to the chat AI they indicated a replied to my email telling me “ helpful hints” on betting with DEAL DASH, never addressed the GLITCH. Today I am finally getting updates on bets however that doesn’t make me feel any better loosing the money invested over 3 days and any opportunity to finally win the item (s)!
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7 years ago, Jimb7368
Good but needs improvements
If you like auctions you should like this but you pay for each bid. Have seen some great deals and have seen people way over pay. The whole concept of earning points based on time needs to be rethought. Too often mean or greedy people stomp your time. System would be more fair and less frustrating if points were earned based on bids placed not time. It would also speed up some of these auctions that take days to end. They need a wider variety of item. The buy it now price is ridiculously high in many cases. Result - mixed feelings so far. It's good but needs to be improved.
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1 year ago, s guy oh dxggjjf
App is rigged! Don’t fall for this scam
Dealdash is a complete scam. First off I was bidding on a baitcaster and it clearly stays $5 No jumper limit, which means after the bidding hits $5 you can’t bid unless you were already bidding on it. There is a chart that tells you when you started bidding. I started bidding at .05¢ some people managed to start bidding at 9 dollars which is unfair and defeats the purpose of the $5 no jumper limit. The timer is also rigged because the timer should be counting in seconds but it seems like a one year old is in control of the timer because I’ve seen the timer stay on one second for 5 seconds. That means I should have won. But someone else bids because it’s rigged of course. I’ve also gotten pop up’s that block my screen right when the timer is on one so I can’t bid.
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6 years ago, DiCheesy
Great concept, great app
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.
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4 years ago, Dark_Angel4131
Not as great as I thought.
Honestly, I thought it would be like you be able to get items at a fraction of their price; but instead you still find yourself almost having to pay full price nonetheless. Some items actually go past the retail price too. You can put up to like 400+ bids on only one item to try win it and still you won’t win it. And if you really want to calculated, the amount that you pay to get bids plus the grand total that you pay for your won item is basically the same as if you’re buying it at the store. Difference is if you buy it at the store you can take it home immediately instead of having to wait nearly 2 weeks for it to come in.
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2 years ago, mandahuff
Frustrating
When I first downloaded the app I won a few items, but that is how they reel you in. They let you win at first giving you beginners auctions that just pop up. Once you have won a few items. It feels like it is almost impossible to win again. You typically have to at least have a few hundred bids to win most items. You do get bids as you level up, and also daily bids, but not many. It is difficult to win unless you are willing to spend quite a bit of money on hundreds of bids.
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6 years ago, PlayNDaMud
I don’t recommend this site or app
It’s a total scam. I think they have people working for the company that place bids to make the price go up. I was bidding on two different items and I lost so I gave up I wasn’t gonna waste anymore bids on it. I know for fact that I didn’t when the items become I was over bided. Then the next thing I know I am being asked to pay for the item I won, but I didn’t when anything. It’s almost as it a worker won the item and because no one bided after he or she won then tried to push it back on me. This is not worth the time or money also another thing to point out that it might be a scam... eBay doesn’t charge you to place a bid this site does. I do not recommend this site or app to anyone unless you want to lose lots of money and win nothing and a price you would want it at .
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2 years ago, AndreaA76
Can be expensive entertainment
First, app is just ok. I find I often have to close and open it because it freezes. Second, this is meant more for entertainment than anything. I got hooked and spent a ton of money buying bids thinking I was buying high end items. When I did research, many expensive items are from a company that is the same owner as Deal Dash. I was disappointed. Third, there are a lot of users that have addictions and will spend way more than an item is worth just to win. Pay attention to other bidders. When I see someone that bids to win at any cost I drop out. If you don’t you could lose hundreds of dollars. If you bid one something that doesn’t have a bunch of people and ends under a minute, those are the deals. I got a few backpacks under $0.20 but it is really hit or miss and you’re spending 11-14 cents for every bid just to try. So go into knowing you’ll be paying to try to get something at a good price but may spend a lot of money and end up with nothing so be smart and don’t expect to sell a $2500 listed item to make money. Good luck!
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6 years ago, jejahsgueks
Definitely a scam
Bots for sure like everyone’s mentioned a lot of prizes have similar winners who end up paying like the iPhone X at retail is 1,200 but apparently there are “people” who put in upwards of like 3,000 just to win and they’ve done that with multiple other ones. The past winners page is also crap there’s no way some of those items went as cheap as they say they did. It’s not worth it these bots drive up price on anything you want to bid on but you will always see things right next to it all the sudden sell for like 1$ while always the one you bid on sells for over 50$ Also my “favorite” thing is when you see a fresh new bid set and everyone time anyone places a bid it’s instantly countered by some other bot every time someone bids to drive the price up and waste your bids even faster
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2 years ago, Rick W K
Scammy
I’m sure this has been covered by many reviewers before me, but I still feel the need to explain how this site works... You have to buy bid bundles and each bid winds up costing twelve cents, or so. Each bid is for one cent, so combined with the cost of each bid, it winds up to be thirteen cents each time one of your bids is placed. Another issue is that once you’ve started the bidding process on any given item, you’re not allowed to re-enter the auction, once you’ve exhausted your bids - you have to continue to load additional bids until you’ve decided you no longer want to participate in the auction. I’m of the opinion that this whole thing was devised by some evil super-genius to prey upon the hopes of people who think these amazing deals are possibly within their grasp.
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3 years ago, Shawa12
Deal Dash is incredible
I have won numerous high dollar items and only paid a small fraction of the actual cost. I have always received the items I won in a timely fashion. Thanks Deal Dash This review is in addition to the previous review. I still win on Deal Dash and I always receive the items I win, usually very quickly. Even the items that sell for $1,000 plus can be won for a few dollars. It is an auction so winning depends on the other bidders and how high they will go to win the item. I love this auction site and you will too!
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6 years ago, nonickdamnit
Unsure o how “honest” the app is
I recently tried this out of curiosity, besides buying ‘bids’ there are some suspicious activity on here by accounts that I’m sure are bots, usually it queue’s you in with others on what you are bidding on but now and then there’s one person with no pic or anything that always bids fresh to be the top bid, and does this on multiple bids at an impossible rate by user interface, Ive recorded the dashboard where 3-4 bids within a second of each other are bidding after ever bid and it doesn’t seem legitimate. It seems like this is just a tease app and they make their money of tricking people out winning bids..... so besides the small selection of thing available, they have bots out bidding everyone anyway.... be warned before spending money on this.
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6 years ago, bravwill
I wish I had known better
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.
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4 years ago, Barbara Newhall
General items
The quality of everything I have bid on and won has been top of the line and in many cases exceeded my expectations. However, the Deal Dash support team is definitely that of the most professional yet extremely personable and friendly people I believe I have ever dealt with in the capacity of any online companies I’ve done business with. Whatever the reason for me needing to contact them they always have an answer for me and the situation, whatever it may be, taken care of. The team is the “ creme of the crop” !!!! Barbara Albert
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4 years ago, Karli pays sis
They have the most wonderful support team!
Deal Dash is Addicting, Fun, and at times Frustrating because of everyone getting in on the wonderful deals! I have won pet food bowls and gift cards for $0.01 and it’s truly a great application to add to your phone. Whenever I’ve had any issues, I message their support And receive an immediate live response from a real person that cares. Contact Supporters like Zarah make contacting customer support quick and pleasant unlike most experiences I’ve had with general support lines/chat rooms.
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7 years ago, arlenemniles
Amazing
Overall amazing company, from the products on down. Customer service is fantastic! Great way to shop and win items that you like, and gifts for the holidays. Best part is, you don't have to leave your home. Way to go DEAL DASH!!!!!!!!!!Some of the best products ever, love this app😊 I can’t say enough about this great company, but some of the bidders out there won’t allow others to have a chance at winning. They either have way too much money, or nothing better to do. This is not good for those just getting started on DD!
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5 years ago, ktmlax
Amazing support team
I got the app in early July and found a purchase of 30 dollars for bids on accident. I was a little disappointed when I found out but I ended up realizing it and emailed the support team instantly. I was pleased to hear back from them within minutes and even happier to retrieve the refund within 10 minutes. The support team was so good I ended up getting deal dash again! I definitely suggest this app for cheaper items and amazing items. I love this app and the support team!
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6 years ago, kevinjg2
They Sold My Email
I can’t believe this company gets away with charging you $72 automatically when you sign up. I was just curious how it worked and wanted some experience using it. After realizing it was needlessly complicated and took far too long to win a bid, I no longer wanted to use it and canceled my membership. To their credit, they immediately refunded my $72 with no hassle. Everyday since I gave them my email I’ve been getting suspicious spam in my inbox. I rarely got these before and now have several coming in from random companies everyday. They have bate-click titles and sound even more scammy that this company. Do not get into this trap! It’s not good for your mental health.
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6 years ago, thebrianhansen
Fun at first, then the bots take over
This really is a fun auction service. It can be very addicting trying to get the best deal. However, after a while, you’ll notice it is nearly impossible to win without overspending on the item. Whether they are bots placed by DD to up the price and keep you bidding, or resellers who will continue to bid as long as they can make overhead on the resale of the products. Either way, the service would be a home run if this were moderated. (They say one win per item per day, but that does nothing.) I would continue to buy bids and play if I knew the average person were able to win an auction.
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