In honor of Memorial Day Weekend penny auction site DealDash.com is running a special bid promotion!
This weekend all bids are $0.21, and for every bidder that purchases at least one of the discounted Memorial Day weekend bid packs DealDash.com will donate $10 to Disabled American Veterans. Plus, if you buy a discounted bid pack you will get a Supporter Ribbon which will be displayed next to your username until the promotion ends at Midnight on Memorial Day, May 28th.
About Disabled American Veterans
“Disabled American Veterans has been building better lives for veterans and their families since 1920 and continues to do so today.” To read more, visit their website: www.dav.org
DealDash will be running summer-themed items all weekend long for your patio, BBQ, etc. Bids on DealDash are normally $0.60.
DealDash is one of the longest running penny auction sites in the US – they’ve been around since 2009 and let bidders apply bids spent to purchasing items if they don’t win them!
Do you bid there? Tell us about your experiences!
If you want to try them out click here to register and start bidding: DealDash.com
How will you be spending Memorial Day Weekend? Will you be bidding? Discuss this with us!
Disclaimer: If a user purchases a bid pack after following links from this article to DealDash we may get compensated. There is no guarantee that you will win on this or any penny auction sites. As always do your research, watch the auctions and only bid what you can afford to lose. Thank you!
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