Shopping becomes more exciting (and you don't even need to have your own crickets.)

Let's face it: Shopping online needs to be jazzed up and made a LOT more exciting.

Everything you do online, including this blog -- especially including this blog, right? -- is exciting, EXCEPT shopping.

Here is my impression of someone shopping online:

*looks at tiny thumbnail photo of a laptop.*

*crickets chirp*

You should be impressed: I had to import those crickets.  They're from England.  Adds a touch of class, having crickets chirp with British accents.

Anyway, the point is, shopping online sucks and is boring and stupid, because all you do is page through stuff and click on stuff and spend more money than you want to.

But now, there's a way to fix that problem.  A way to make shopping more exciting.  And that way is...


*crickets rise up and cheer, applauding madly.*
See, even the crickets are excited.  But there are those among you who may not get it, yet, and who may be saying, What is DealDash? 

Don't fret: I will tell you.

DealDash is an auction site, but one with a twist, in that it's both fun and RISK FREE. 

DealDash works like this: You sign up (for free) and begin bidding by buying some bids.  Bids go for as low as $0.60, and DealDash is always offering discounts and sales on the bids.

Then you pick out some stuff you want to bid on.  Right now, as I write this, you can bid on things like Gift Cards, Xbox 360 games, handbags, and more.

And the deals people get on these things are incredible.  A 7" Android tablet just sold, just now, for $9.08.  A woman's 26" bike sold for about four bucks.

So you can see how it's like a game.  Let's say you want to get an iPad for someone.  Say, a blogger.  Someone whose blog you are reading right now.


Let's pretend you want to get me a present, okay?  I mean, I am here slaving away, typing up new stories all the time for you, posting pictures of hot women, coming up with phenomenal plot twists, importing crickets

*crickets cheer again*

and you never even thank me, do you?  So the LEAST you can do is buy a hypothetical gift for the purposes of this post.

Anyway, now that you have decided to get me that gift, you want to save money, so you go register, buy your pack of bids, and find the iPad you want on DealDash and begin bidding.  That's where the fun begins: each bid costs you about $0.60 (or less) and you get to compete with others to get the goods you want for the lowest price.  You might get that iPad for as low as $6.76, the sale price of one on DealDash recently.

And, it's RISK FREE, because if you don't win your first auction, you get your bids back, so there's no risk for being new to the game.  Plus, if you don't get the item you bid on, you can go buy it for the price on the site anyway, and if you do THAT you'll get your bids back, too.

It's like you can't lose.  Isn't that great?  Let's hear it for DealDash.

*crickets begin clapping, and a few do the wave before realizing nobody's into it and sitting back down*

 DealDash is for real: just check out this DealDash Customer Review to get another viewpoint on it.

OH! I should've said DealDash is for RealDash.  Dang it.  Missed an opportunity.

Anyway, I love DealDash.  Love it.  You should go check it out, too, and you will love it, as much as I do.  More, maybe.

That's all for now.  I got to go find a place for all these crickets to crash for a while.  Sweetie is not going to be happy if she comes home and they're lounging all over the house, watching soccer on ESPN2 and eating our Lucky Charms.

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