DealDash - Bid & Save Auctions

DealDash - Bid & Save Auctions for Pc

  • Category: Shopping
  • Last Updated: 2018-10-15
  • Current version: 3.3.8
  • File size: 61.25 MB
  • Developer: DealDash Oyj
  • Compatibility: Requires Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10

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Downloading and installing DealDash - Bid & Save Auctions on your Windows PC

Download DealDash - Bid & Save Auctions for Windows: DealDash - Bid & Save Auctions is an Shopping App, developed by DealDash Oyj. The Shopping App was officially released 2015-03-04. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - DealDash Oyj, with the latest current version being 3.3.8 which was officially released on 2018-10-15. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 10,152 Reviews on the App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4 out of a possible 5.

Using DealDash - Bid & Save Auctions on your Windows computer is actually very easy but if you are new to this process, you will definitely need to pay attention to the steps listed below. This is because you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We will help you download and install DealDash - Bid & Save Auctions on your computer in 4 simple steps below:

1: Download an Andriod Software emulator for Windows

The importance of the emulator is that it emulates or immitates an android environment on your computer, making it super easy to install and run android apps from the comfort of your PC without buying a phone that runs android. Who says you cannot enjoy both worlds? To begin, you can download such an emulator app made by too top dogs in the space.
A. Nox App . OR
B. Bluestacks App .
Personally, I recommend the "B" option as Bluestacks is very popular so if you run into any trobles using it, you can find good solutions on Google or Bing (lol). 

2: Now Install the Software Emulator on your Windows PC

If you successfully downloaded the Bluestacks.exe or Nox.exe, go to your Downloads folder on your computer or anywhere you ususally store downloaded files.
Once you have find it, click it to install the application. It should start the installation process on your PC.
Click Next to accept the EULA License agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application.
If you do the above correctly, the Software will be successfully installed.

3: How to Use DealDash - Bid & Save Auctions for Windows PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and locate the search bar. Now type DealDash - Bid & Save Auctions in the search bar and hit Search. You will easily see the app. Click on DealDash - Bid & Save Auctions application icon. A window of DealDash - Bid & Save Auctions will open and it will display the app in your Emulator Software. Hit the Install button and your application will start downloading. Now we are all done.
Next, you will see the "All Apps" icon.
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed applications.
You should see the DealDash - Bid & Save Auctions icon. Click on it and start using the application.

Hope it was not too difficult? If you have any further inquiries, contact me through the "Contact" link at the bottom of this page so I could help You. Have a nice day!

About DealDash - Bid & Save Auctions

Developer Description

DealDash auctions offers discounts of up to 90% on brand new electronics, kitchen appliances, and more. Bid on overstock brand named goods at up to 90% off retail. As seen on TV, DealDash guarantees free shipping with every purchase. Bid on new tablets, cameras, household goods, furniture, gift cards and more! DealDash is a shopping app that combines fun and excitement of games to discounts far better from what you would expect from a coupon app or a reward program, not to mention your local mall. Shopping has never been this fun! Clash with other bidders and crush them in an auction where the highest bidder takes all! What makes these savings possible? We offer overstock inventory auctions in which everything must go - no matter how low the winning bid is. Register using your email address or log in with Facebook. Featured in the Financial Times, CNBC, Huffington Post and accredited by the BBB. DealDash now finally also on iOS! Download the app today and try us out!

App Reviews

  • Madness

    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’.
  • Poison to your pocket

    By 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.
  • The app is good but needs work with PayPal issues

    By Vonerpower
    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.
  • Excellent customer service but beware

    By geenim
    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!
  • Plan on loosing a lot of money

    By Upelluri
    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.
  • My strange addiction

    By Queen Karla
    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.
  • Extremely unfair!!! Save your $$$$

    By Nj49ersfan
    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.
  • Pure junk

    By JoeGadget
    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.
  • Scam

    By $L@¥3R
    Each bid lasts max of 10 seconds? Make a bid on an item. Close the app and set a timer of 10 minutes. 10 minutes x 60 sec/min= a minimum of 6.00$ 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
  • Fun and addictive--xjawb3u

    By Hillhaven1942
    Deal Dash can be a great bargain but be careful and realize you are spending money two ways--you buy bids and as high bidder spend what you bid, plus the cost of the item. Don't get carried away unless you have lots to throw away. They do also offer free bids and for my honest opinion here offer me 200 free bids. This helps lower the cost of bids and makes it more affordable. Watch out for the bid hogs. Nothing wrong with acquiring free bids as long as you limit yourself. Would prefer to see a few more larger household items to bid. Newbies get carried away and spend way too much. Don't become one of them!! Save your free bids to bid on items you really want. Awesome way to get something for practically nothing if you are careful!