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eBay.com.au - 15% off Everything Site Wide - 10am Sun 14 Sept


eBay Australia are celebrating their 15th anniversary in Australia and will be holding a 15% off site-wide event.

UPDATE: This offer has been extended a further 24 hours. You now have until 11:59PM Tuesday, 16th of September
The sale starts at 10am AEST this Sunday 14th (not midnight as mentioned in some articles) and will run until 11:59pm on Tuesday 16th.

Thanks for the Votes. Keep it up. Let's make history

Official Press Release: http://media.ebay.com.au/ebay-celebrates-15-years-australia

Mod Warning: Please do not post your own eBay listings in this thread. Such comments will be unpublished, the commenter will be banned from participating in the thread and account penalties may apply. Use the classifieds instead for personal items.


  • Minimum $50 spend per transaction.
  • Discount also applies to postage.
  • A maximum discount of $100 applies to each transaction (Transactions totalling at least $666.67 including postage will give you the maximum $100 discount).
  • Up to 3 transactions per person.
  • Payment must be done through PayPal.
  • Discount can be applied to items sold by overseas sellers, as long as you checkout on eBay.com.au.
  • You can purchase multiple items (even from different sellers) in one transaction by adding them to your cart. However, make sure all items are in the same currency. Otherwise, you'll have to checkout in each currency separately and each currency you checkout with will count as a separate transaction.
  • PayPal transactions will show the full amount after the purchase. However, if you login to your PayPal account, find the transaction(s), and click details, you will see a 15% contribution from 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 - Obtained from previous 15% off offer).
  • Items can be 'purchased' before the promotion starts (ie. Auctions ending before 10am Sunday). Payment is to be made during the promotion period with the coupon code applied at checkout.
  • Don't forget to claim your 2% Cash Rewards cash back.
  • Or earn 2 Virgin Velocity Points for every $1 spent from Virgin Velocity.

Terms - from http://pages2.ebay.com.au/Sunday

These terms and conditions were updated on 15 September 2014 to extend the offer end date for an additional 24 hours (clause 2).

  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 10:00 (AEST) on 14 September 2014 and ends at 23:59 (AEST) on 16 September 2014 (“Offer Period”).
  3. The offer entitles you to a 15% discount off the total purchase price (including postage) for up to three transactions on www.ebay.com.au purchased during the Offer Period (up to a discount of $100 per transaction).
  4. Minimum spend of $50 per transaction.
  5. The maximum discount is capped at $100 per transaction.
  6. Three transactions per person only.
  7. Multiple items may be purchased in one transaction (but total transaction discount will be capped at $100).
  8. eBay reserves the right to disallow or reverse a discount in circumstances where it believes a sale or purchase of any item as part of this sale has not been made in good faith. This includes any collusive conduct by buyers or sellers or any other conduct which eBay considers unfair or untoward.
  9. The redemption code requires payment with PayPal in order to take effect.
  10. To redeem this offer, enter the redemption code into the redemption code box during the checkout process. You must be an eBay.com.au registered member.
  11. Gift cards/certificates/vouchers are excluded from this offer.
  12. Not to be used in conjunction with any other eBay coupon/voucher.
  13. 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.
  14. 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.
  15. This offer cannot be withdrawn into your bank account and cannot be transferred.
  16. Sellers are responsible for their own stock and eBay does not guarantee the availability of stock.
  17. 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.
  18. eBay reserves the right to vary the terms and conditions of the offer at its reasonable discretion by publishing revised terms on ebay.com.au.
  19. The parties submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of the state of New South Wales.

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closed Comments

  • +136

    +1 its now posted on ozbargain. No more marketing left to do!

      • +73

        Sorry for being blunt.

        But people who usually use "I tip my fedora… yada yada bla bla" are usually asshats who call themselves part of "le reddit army". Typically comprising of of young fools who thinks they know everything and struggles to be cool. The very same people destroying what was a fantastic community and bringing bad publicity to reddit.

        Please… please leave ozb alone.

        Neg away.

        • +10

          Don't be mean! I have a fedora and I'm on reddit. Okay yes I never wear it and only bought it because I was at Disney World and it's a licensed Indiana Jones product, but still.

        • +2

          Don't be sorry.

        • +1

          not really. its just a dumb over used meme/joke.

        • M'lady

        • +13

          what the feck are you kents talking about? Geez, im barely over the age of 30, but it feels like theres a generation within a generation that ive skipped because everyone talks so much shit

          btw….. zeomega, posting on internet forums is not cool, never has been cool regardless what someone posts.

        • +2


          le reddit armie is here! don't hate because you can't pull off the supreme gentleman's hat of choice

          We're being trolled, I guess, but just in case we're not:

          "le reddit armie" is only used by youtubers mocking redditors for being nerds, not your fellow redditors.

        • @mgowen:

          Thanks for the gold kind stranger.

        • you got troll'd son

        • What are you on about? The only people who tip fedoras are militant atheists.

        • +2
        • @LaProblematique:

          Le Tipping intesifies with each downvote

          Holy crap Ozbargain fails to understand satire

    • 15% off for 14hrs = 2441 votes

      15% off for 48hrs = ???? votes


  • +5

    I'm excited!!!!!!!

    • me too

    • +197

      I wish eBay was turning 50.

      • +8

        soon, Dan, soon

      • The BBQ division must have Sunday week ago..

      • -8

        Why not 100 or even 1000?

      • +61

        Looking forward to getting a new iPhone 44s on their 99th Birthday.

        With the 99% discount it will only cost $1400

        • +16

          To go with your iGrave?

        • @mousie:

          Caw! Nice one DM!

      • +10

        When 800 years old you are, discount this much you will not, hmmmm…

        • -4

          Does not matter much as we'll all be dead …

        • +10


        • +1

          Thanks Yoda!

      • +1

        came here just to post the same !! (turning 50)
        you hijacked my thought :(

      • +1

        LOL…that really killed me

      • +1

        Hahahah, that made me laugh…

      • +2

        Then you will get 50c off everything site wide

    • +11

      Don't let your excitement make you forget the 2% CashRewards cashback like I did last time :(

      • +2

        Ebay (or Cash Rewards) has been trying to crib the 2% saying that items on promotion attract less rebate. I've bought stuff NOT during the sales and received the lesser amount. Luckily each time I just e-mail them and they manage to fix it, but I get the feeling something iffy is going on.

      • How do you get the additional 2% on top?

        • +12

          Start your web browsing session from cashrrwards.com.au (with a CR account of course). Its based on cookies so really you want the smallest number of website visits between starting at CR and then making the purchase, therefore I find the best way to ensure this is to put a watch list on the item you want, close your browser, open new browser, go to CR, then go to my.ebay.com.au then buy from your watch list.

          Last tip, setup your CR account now, not on the day

        • +1

          @PBG: Thanks mate, greatly appreciate your response!

  • +2

    Gift cards time!

    • yeah .. so new idevice is coming can I pre order it maybe via JB and pay with gift cards for 15% off?
      [chose JB because I have a few Coke rewards vouchers already with them]

    • +12

      Shhhh. You would be amazed how many companies check here these days.

    • +8

      Hopefully what has happenened the last few times doesn't get repeated where opportunistic sellers sell the Gift Cards above their face value.

    • +2

      Make sure to use a credit card that doesn't recognise it as a cash advance.

    • +1

      In T & C

      11 Gift cards/certificates/vouchers are excluded from this offer.

  • Oh here we go again!

  • +6

    I bet prices will be 15%+

    • +17

      25% actually

      • +7

        Actually I found that most sellers during the BBQ sale dropped their price to get more people in to buy. i.e. An item I was looking at a days previous was selling for $579 and during the %50 off sale the seller dropped the price to $499.

        Look for items you want now and watch their price. That way you know if they have tried to scam you or not.

    • +2

      The price of mobile phones at Kogan's ebay store has already gone up

  • +2

    Gird your loins ladies and gentlemen

  • great!

    • +14

      If you're crying, don't.

    • +1

      There are certain things better left unsaid - this is one of them.

  • +3

    Bet eBay sellers will increase their prices by 15% just before the sale kicks in.

    • +48

      But the sellers that keep their prices the same, will gain my money

    • +2

      I won't :P
      Edit: I believe most of the small sellers won't either.

    • +8

      If I had something on my watch list and the seller decided to up the price during promo, I would not buy from them. They should think of the 15% discount as something that encourages buyers to buy, not for sellers to up their prices.

    • +1

      They will probably make more money if they keep the price the same since they will sell more. It would be rather stupid to increase price unless you are a small time opportunistic seller. Most major and establish store would most likely retain their price.

  • +1


  • +5

    Ok. My jimmies have been rustled

    • -1

      Same here. Rustling intensifies

  • Apologies if this is a stupid question, but does that mean that I as a seller receive 15% less than my set prices? Or does eBay rebate the 15% to the buyer?

    • +11

      AFAIK, ebay foots the bill for 15% - you get the same. That's what happened with the 50% off BBQ last Sunday.

      • Cheers

    • +5

      No. Ebay pays the difference.

      • +4

        And still makes money on fees.

        • +3

          ^ that makes zero sense… or zero cents if ya know what I mean.

  • -1

    Awesome. This will be the same as last time I assume, and you can buy anything world wide?

  • +3

    So they are giving back the eBay/PP fees for 48 hours.
    Sellers still pay it.

  • -6

    Can you sell your wisdom teeth on Ebay. I think it could be a growth industry.

  • +5

    My LG G2, im ready to buy you now…

    • I'm now confused - LG G2 or OnePlus One?

      • I'm confused LG G2 or MI3 thought difference will be $100 between this two phones?

        • May I ask why you are not considering OnePlus One?
          (I'm now looking for Pros and Cons again… can't decide)

        • G2.

          Superior battery life above most phones. And also it's a standard interface, unlike the mi3s.

          Plus those bezels…

        • +2

          Because its 5.5" which is way too big for me

        • -1

          @cniminc: that's not what she said.

      • +2

        I will recommend…definitely go with oneplus one.
        I have been looking into oneplus one and i found it amazing and users are satisfied from their purchase as well.

      • Will the discount apply to phones listed by overseas sellers?
        Does the "Item Location" has to be "on eBay Australia" or can be "Worldwide"?

    • What do people think of Hong Kong sellers for the G2?

  • +2

    now this is a deal!!!!

  • +1

    Wonder if there is going to be a maximum discount limit like the last time

    • No need to wonder any longer

  • +8

    That's awesome, but I'm running out of stuff to buy!

  • South Australians shop later into the night than any other state on average, while West Australians tend to prefer shopping before 7am

    • why is this? Any WA people want to hazard a guess? More bots operating in WA?
    • +1

      Random unreferenced stats are fun.
      7am - what time zone EST? Maybe we shop late and slip into the 12am - 2am EST your time category "before 7am" [which in summer could be our 10PM - 12PM WST].

    • -1

      most people in WA are bots these days and unable to think for themselves. Everyone basically gets up at 4am and everything basically gets ready to close at 12pm. By 4pm everything is shut - except major national companies - they bolt the doors instantly at 5pm. lol

      Recently moved, but I used to live there for 25 years, thank god I don't anymore. lol

      • Obviously I don't agree, I barely get to sleep before 4am! :p

  • +2

    Will it apply to auctions or only buy it now? Or perhaps only for eBay stores?

    • I am curious too as to whether this works for auctions.

  • +1

    Here we go again :) Gifte Party?

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