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15% off Any Item on eBay.com.au (Min. Spend $50/Max. Discount $100) - Sunday 22/6

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CBIGSUNDAY

Code is active.
CashRewards 2% cashback for eBay may work as well

Items of interest:
(OP and PU's please add / remove sold out items as appropriate):


Guys, this is BIG!!!

Ebay is offering 15% off everything this Sunday.

The Deal Summary

  • Valid Sunday 22/6 from 10:01 until 23:59 only.
  • 60 000 coupons !!!!
  • 1 coupon per customer - (linked with paypal)
  • Available to all "active" ebay & paypal customers (not a targeted offer)
  • Max. discount $100 (achieved by buying something for $666.67 or greater)
  • Min. spend $50
  • eBay AU url only.
  • COUPON CODE: CBIGSUNDAY

Handy Hints:

  • use the good old desktop for best functionality such as add to cart multiple items
  • Multiple items works as long as in same currency
  • Item location not in Australia also works as long as it is listed on eBay AU
  • postage also attracts discount
  • Items bought before Offer started and paid for now also works (that's where all the gift cards went :)
  • check that the discount has been applied on the eBay checkout page and in PayPal just before you pay
  • why does my PayPal transaction show the full amount after the purchase? GOTO PayPal, find the transaction, Click details, you will see a 15% contribution from CBIGSUNDAY courtesy of eBay plus your actual charge to your funding source which makes up the difference. The total needs be 100% because the seller gets 100%. eBay just pays the 15% and you pay the rest.
    It should look something like this http://i.imgur.com/afbCvki.jpg (image courtesy of ezarc)
    If it doesn't show the coupon in the details then you haven't done it right. You will also see the discount details in the payment confirmation details.

BIG THANK YOU to everyone for their vote. Thank You!

Screenshot of the offer in the carousel http://imgur.com/skKdQ6H (not everyone will be served this one i'm sure, it's somewhat random).

The Story (speculation on my behalf)

One could assume that there is a story behind this as I have seen this on eBay in other countries recently and my assumption is that it’s an effort to drive top line sales and bring the stock price back up due to eBay's challenges in 2014:

Ebay’s stock price was recently at a 52 week low at US$48.06 and has been on a consistent decline since 2014. There are several factors that have influenced this (not in order of impact):

  1. The recent security issue/alerts;
  2. Departure of some key executives;
  3. The infighting with investor Carl Icahn;
  4. Alibaba IPO around the corner with Alibaba posing a real threat to Ebay;
  5. Amazon consistent strength and expansion (they’ll be here next year!);
    (perhaps 4&5 should have Australian retail worried too!)
  6. Google Search algorithm changes resulting in lower rankings for ebay listings;
  7. Shut down of eBay Now - same day service;
  8. Some other undisclosed events (speculation).

Either way, I’m happy to support them this weekend and I’ll be buying up on Sunday !!!

The Instructions

  1. Proceed to Ebay Checkout Page: Checkout: Review order
  2. Enter coupon code in redemption code box (bottom right) and press apply
  3. Press Continue and pay with paypal
  4. Verify in the paypal screen/system that the discount was applied before you complete your order.

Hint: If you are buying multiple items then make sure the currencies of the items are the same because you will only get one shot at this coupon.

Please let us know what you are going to buy and share your bargains below please.

Start adding product(s) to your watchlists today and enjoy!

Will the professionals crash the site?

If you do the math then this is a potential $6 000 000 spend from eBay!


Full T&Cs Here http://pages2.ebay.com.au/Sunday?_trkparms=clkid%3D770784314...

  1. By using or attempting to use the redemption code for this offer, you agree to accept and be bound by these terms and conditions.
  2. This offer commences at 10:01 (AEST) on June 22, 2014 and ends at 23:59 (AEST) on June 22, 2014 (“Offer Period”).
  3. The offer entitles you to a 15% discount off the total purchase price (total purchase value of $50 or more) on one transaction on eBay.com.au during the Offer Period.
  4. The discount is redeemable by entering the Coupon Code during checkout.
  5. You must purchase and make payment during the Offer Period.
  6. The offer is only available to purchases with a minimum spend of $50.
  7. The total discount amount payable is capped to a maximum discount of $100 per transaction.
  8. There are a limited number of coupons available and once exhausted the Offer will be withdrawn. It is estimated that there are about 60,000 coupons available for redemption based on average item spend per customer. We will indicate on the website when coupons are running down in number.
  9. The coupon code requires payment with PayPal in order to take effect.
  10. The coupon code can be used for 1 transaction per person during the Offer Period.
  11. To redeem this offer, enter the coupon code into the coupon code box during the checkout process. You must be an eBay.com.au registered member.
  12. Your eBay.com.au and PayPal accounts must be active at the time of redemption (not suspended nor made inactive by eBay or PayPal) and be registered under the same email address.
  13. In the event you return or seek a refund on any item purchased using this discount, the value of the discount will not be refunded to you.
  14. This offer cannot be withdrawn into your bank account and cannot be transferred.
  15. To the extent permitted by law, eBay or PayPal will not be responsible for any loss incurred by you in redeeming or attempting to redeem the offer or for any costs, damages, accident, delay, injury, loss, expense, or inconvenience that may arise in connection with the use of the offer.
  16. Sellers are responsible for their own stock and eBay does not guarantee the availability of stock

Active CashBack Offers
Want even bigger discounts? Add cash back on top of the 15% !

  • Olympus via Olympus AU
  • Asus via Powerbuy
  • Dell Printer Cash back (trade to save)

For Olympus cashback just make sure it is from an approved AU seller and that you receive a tax invoice (eg digidirect).

Related Stores

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closed Comments

      • Just received an email with tracking number for my gift cards today.

  • My 2% from the cashback on top is on its' way- total of 17% of $1200 laptop purchase is a nice saving :)

    • You mean $124 of savings.

      • Oh yes, max of $100 I forgot. Still good

        • ~10% saving

  • DickSmith have finally despatched my Wemo switch (they're slow), but only 1 of them and nothing on backorder when I ordered 2!

    25 mins on hold with them to find out only 1 has shipped :(

  • +1

    Anyone was able to cash out visa cards?

    • Why not just use them to pay billz?

      Trying to get cash from your credit card?
      Not gonna happen unless cash advancing with fees*

      *However I do know a way.

      • Most of bills are set to direct debit and dont wanna bother and change them :(

        • Yeah that's why I dont do that with my bills.

          I personally like to have control over it. :)

          Maybe sell them LOL ~10% less. ;)

        • If you pay your bill manually with the visa right away, your next bill will be $0, so nothing will be auto-debited from your account. You can even pay double so your account is in credit. That way you've effectively withdrawn the bill amount from the visa.

          (that's assuming you really mean auto-debit and not scheduled bpay)

        • Not sure if this works with AGL bills.

        • Hmm, that would be surprising. Maybe you can check with them then.

  • NVM

  • 4TB Seagate hard drive has not been shipped by DSE

  • Gifte are you serious?

    I bought 6 x $100 gift cards and received them today. I want to activate them all so I can use them, but after activating 3 cards, I got this error on the 4th:

    "Activation Failed
    Unfortunately your gift card cannot be activated as you have reached
    your daily activation limit. Please try again tomorrow."

    Not sure if it's 3 cards per day or $300 but this is just a big PITA. Imagine if you bought 12 x $50 or even the $20 and its a 3 card limit!

    • Gifte sent me someone else's invoice by mistake and probably sent mine to them. Name and address of some guy in melbourne.

    • What a real hassle. I've been able to activate 5 of my 6 received cards. Get this error on the last card:

      "Card not Found
      Unfortunately your gift card cannot be activated as your card number
      cannot be found, please check your number and try again"

      I typed and checked it 3 times. I just want to use my cards!!!

  • Anyone in Perth still haven't received their gift card?

  • +2

    I'm in Sydney Metro and I still havent got mine.

    Ordered them at 2.30am 6x$100 EFTPOS cards.

    SO yeah

  • Used this last week. Thank you.

    Bought a whole load of Australia Post supplies for the 15% off. Going to use them anyway, so the discount adds to the bottom line.

  • For anyone who has received their PS4 from Dick Smith, did it come packaged in an outer box? Just picked up mine from the post office and it was just the PS4 box with shipping information stuck on the front. Box seems kind of damaged.

    • Yes i think thats a normal thing. Warehouse and transit wear and tear i guess.

  • Has anyone else in Melbourne not yet received their gift cards?

    • I don't get why someone would negative vote a genuine question. According to eBay, it's got "estimated delivery on or before Mon. 30 Jun" which is today.

      • -1

        It's either fat fingers, a misclick, or just "one of those people". :)

    • +2

      This replied email from giftegift after asking about my gift cards.
      (I'm in Melbourne as well).

      Hi There,
      Due to an overwhelming positive response to the 15% off promotion held by Ebay on 22/06/2014 we are running a few days behind on our regular dispatch times.
      Please be assured that we are doing all we can to get your cards to you (including complementary upgrade to Express Postage where applicable) and answer your queries ASAP. We predict all outstanding orders will be received by 04/07/2014.
      Thanks for your wonderful patronage, and don’t hesitate to ask if you have any further questions!

      • +1

        I got a standard response from gifte blaming AusPost for their delay.

        Thank you for posting your reply.

      • Thanks. Interesting thing is my partner made the same purchase 6 hours after me and received hers on Friday already.

  • +1

    Just as an FYI. The card wasn't accepted at AUSPost to just get cash out. Also didn't work at Coles if you try the cash out function, will say: Cash out not allowed on gift card.
    A bit of a hassle…

    • +2

      The card wasn't accepted at AUSPost to just get cash out.

      If this is the EFTPOS card.. you're supposed to use it as a funding source for a deposit, not "cash out".
      Did you do this?

      • Yeah interested in this also.

      • I just use mine on groceries… Spent in no time.

      • -1

        I went to NAB bank and tried to deposit the EFTPOS card into my savings and the counter says she doesn't think it's possible. Says I'm suppose to spend it in shop.

        • why am I getting a negative? I was under the impression we can deposit the money back into bank

        • @wiltonson: Just a guess, but I think it has to do with anti-money-laundering measures.

          EFTPOS wasn't meant for withdrawing money anyway. It's in the name - EFT at Point Of Sale. It just so happens our bank ATM cards are linked to the EFTPOS system, so a bank card can do it as the cash is coming from our actual bank accounts.

      • hey,

        So these eftpos cards can be used to deposit into say a savings account at comm bank?
        would the cashier know how to do this? thx

  • I still haven't receive my gift cards.

    • check the tracking it is probably sitting at your post office because the lazy postman did not send you a we missed you card.

      • youre right…damn those lazy ones..

  • I received my cards and they activated fine. Used one of them at woolies and no issues there. I did try another transaction and that was to just get cash out only but that declined.

    • The one that you used at woolies; did you get any cash out with the purchase?

      I received my 6 cards and spent the majority of it on my car rego at AusPost, with the remainder at Woolies and Bunnings.

  • Apologies if this has already been covered.
    I bought a giftcard and received it however paypal shows the full amount of $107.95.
    Anybody have information on how/where the 20% off comes in - is it a rebate?

    • Did you use the code CBIGSUNDAY in the voucher box just before paying? It would have taken 15% off, not 20%. The total would have shown the discounted price before paying. Seems like you forgot to put the code in. Try contacting Ebay to see if they'll let you take 15% off but I wouldn't keep my hopes up.

      • +2

        Ah I figured it out. Paypal payment of $107.95 was comprised of:

        22 Jun 2014 Charge from Credit Card $91.76 AUD
        22 Jun 2014 Voucher Completed $16.19 AUD

        Credit card correctly shows charge of $91.76 made.

  • I just received my Velocity eStore points from this transaction, so referral deals still worked. Therefore others shouldn't have an issue getting the 2% cash back.

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