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eBay 15% off Selected In-Store Gift Cards (David Jones, Village, Event, Rebel, SCA, BCF, Good Food, Freedom + More)

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Mod(15/12):

Update from Gift Card Store/Blackhawk Network:

  • Their store has now been relisted on eBay.
  • They will send a notification out to buyers to let them know.
  • Their warehouse is going through the backlog of orders and is almost caught up.
  • They are getting a huge amount of customer queries but they are replying within 1 day. Feel free to contact them to confirm.
  • They have opened up an OzBargain account and are monitoring this thread.

All gift card are redeemable in-store and include free delivery. Enjoy :)

  • David Jones
  • Event Cinemas
  • Rebel
  • RedBalloon
  • Best Spas
  • Supercheap Auto
  • Good Food
  • Village Cinemas
  • Freedom Furniture
  • City Beach
  • Witchery
  • Best Restaurants
  • Jeanswest
  • Bras n Things
  • Country Road
  • BCF

Get a further 1.25% cashback at Cashrewards with purchase of these gift cards :)

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closed Comments

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    Imagine all stores go bankrupt!

  • +7 votes

    Remember the holy 1.25% saving using CR! https://www.cashrewards.com.au/ebay-australia

  • +16 votes

    bring on amazon..ebay is getting desperate!

  • +1 vote

    Can DJs gift card to purchase Apple product?

    • +2 votes

      I did not think DJs still sold that sort of technology product anymore since Dick Smith days.

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        ok, thanks Danielh

      • +4 votes

        I can't believe David Jones, the store that tries to portray an image of refined class, wealth or perhaps a bit of snobbery made the business decision to go into cahoots with dick smith.

        • +1 vote

          I know - and then they had the weirdest merchandising decisions

          For example

          -Removed Apple at Doncaster (used to trade well at that store)
          -Had DSE brand 50 hz TVs after removing the well known 100hz Sony/Panasonic
          -Mix of products strange such as low end hifis and Bose systems

          In saying all this I did well there purchasing a 55' VT60 Plasma (these were regarded as the best in the world and still to this day have an excellent reputation) for $999 plus delivery

        • +2 votes

          @chrig:

          Makes you realise that pretty much anyone could get a position in a big company that makes million dollar commercial decisions on market strategy.

          Actually nah, someone's pockets must've got lined real well with that business decision at the expense of the business itself. Their bonus probably came from all the bag holders of the dick smith gift cards

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    Does anyone know if we can use the Event Cinemas gift card in conjunction with Telstra thanks?

    • +3 votes

      Yes. You can pay however you want for Telstra Thanks (inclduing using EC giftcard, or credit card etc).

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    Can you use the SCA one online? If not maybe the Entertainment giftcard deal is better because you can use online/in-store.

    • +2 votes

      I've bought a physical SCA giftcard from woolies before and used it online.

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      You can use them online, but their store chokes if you try to use more than one card. When you enter the second card number the first one gets removed. Just a bug I think.

  • +1 vote

    no myer or footlocker bugger

  • +7 votes

    IF anyone received a targeted mail with the code "TAKE20OFF", it applies to this offer!! Hooray!!

  • +6 votes

    seller has zero feedback, and can't claim paypal on gift cards?

    • -5 votes

      Not sure that feedback should be an issue when TA is the Referrer for this. I assume that my money is safe with this one

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        Is he giving personal guarantees? If so I'm in, if not I wouldn't touch it with a 40' pole.

        • +4 votes

          As lyl has said below, the offer is on eBay's home page, and the url has eBay's promotional '/rpp' in it. Your purchases are safe.

        • -1 vote

          @tightarse: if you contact Ebay and post their guarantee I'd be happy. I've just looked to do that but they make contacting them as difficult as possible.

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          @Possumbly: If you're really that concerned, hold onto this screenshot of eBay's homepage.

        • +6 votes

          @Possumbly: Because eBay will happily promote a scam on their homepage to destroy buyer's trust and get themselves into trouble 👍

        • +3 votes

          @Possumbly:

          How's your tin-foil hat going? :P

        • +2 votes

          @Possumbly:

          if you contact Ebay and post their guarantee I'd be happy

          Why don't YOU contact eBay directly? Obviously if you don't trust TA it's no point to post any guarantee here anyway.

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          @nbn: I, ie ME, MYSELF, tried but after clicking through their options 3 times and not getting any contact details I gave up. Their customer focus has gone out the window, if indeed it ever existed, so they try to discourage contact as much as possible.

          IF you read what I wrote above you'd see that I emailed the apparent seller. Only 2 hours ago, but no response as yet.

          I also did a similar thing for a scammer "selling" Webber bbqs posted on this site. Webber confirmed they had never heard of the business. My "tin foil" hat not only saved me but a few others.

          Ebay takes no responsibility for product availablilty nor does it guarantee the bona fides of sellers or products. Read the fine print some day.

        • +3 votes

          @tightarse:

          I was burnt from another promo, so always kept evidence since. Sadly, I had a screenshot from a recent promotion that accidentally included The Good Guys for 2 hours, when they weren't supposed to be part of the deal. I purchased in the 2 hr window. I rang through and their customer service recognized the error and said I would receive a credit in the next 14 days. I received nothing, so called back. They said they had no record, so I insisted it gets escalated to a manager. Manager also says the same thing. I say check the voice recordings and offered to email the screenshot. Manager calls me back 15 mins later and says as a courtesy he will honor it, and the customer rep who offered the credit in error will be dealt with (not the person who listed the promotion). Then proceeded to tell me that there is no record that The Good Guys were ever incorrectly listed and that I wouldn't be receiving a credit (yes, contradicted himself within 3 minutes). So in summary, they reneged on a published deal, totally disregarded all evidence, and then go after their own staff.

          It's been tough, but I haven't bought anything from Ebay since.

          *Note - TA does a great job on sourcing bargains for this forum, so if there was an Ebay promotion I would trust, this would be it. At the same time I fully understand the caution.

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          @Possumbly:

          On exactly how many occasions has eBay created an image for a deal, posted it on the front page of their website, and the seller turned out to be fake?

        • -2 votes

          @dazweeja: Exactly? Pi?

          Exactly what do the T&Cs say about Ebay's involvement here compared to the usual 15-20% off deals?

          If you can't tell the difference, or need help with the Pi reference, you might try phoning a friend.

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          @Possumbly:

          Perhaps I was too vague. The answer is 0. It has never happened that a graphic designer at eBay has created an image, someone at eBay (presumably at a higher level than a graphics designer) has approved it's inclusion in the homepage carousel, and the seller has subsequently turned out to be fraudulent. Although your attraction to irrational numbers is noted, your answer was off by more than 3 occasions.

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          @Possumbly:

          Sure, I'll answer your question. In normal 15-20% offers, "To the extent permitted by law, eBay and 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." Also, "Sellers are responsible for their own stock and eBay does not guarantee the availability of stock." That is also the case here. In both cases, eBay takes no responsibility for stock availability or the bona fides of sellers. What exactly is your point?

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          @tightarse: Further to all the negs I got for saying that I feel safe about this one where you are a referrer, I accept that it sounded like I expect you to be personally resposible to me for any financial losses. That was not my thought at all, you do pick very good bargains, and buying through PayPal and eBay I have never been left without my product or my money back. I do apologise for upsetting the neggers :-).
          Keep up the good work TA, you have either saved me heaps, or caused me to spend heaps more that I should have (Buying things that I did not know I needed until I saw the bargain :-))

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      I agree. I thought eBay sellers had to have a certain rating. Not zero.

    • +2 votes

      Not saying the seller with zero feedback is a problem here, but apparently the gift cards will be sent by standard mail only which means no tracking, if the card gone lost in transit then we may lose out as Paypal doesn't cover gift card purchase by their buyer protection too. Maybe don't buy too much in one go to minimal the risk of lost by Australia post.

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        Depends mostly on your local postie I think.
        All the mail sent to my home address has been fine.
        Mail sent to a family member's business location has had an expensive item been signed for (when the office closed at the supposed time of signing due to power outage), when Proof Of Delivery requested, "signature wasn't required", and thus the investigation has been closed… Thanks Auspost.

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          AusPost is rubbish. They smashed an item sent to me (similar items had been sent successfullyon numerous occasions) and subsequently refused outright to compensate me/the craftsman for their courier's failure to take due care. Short of intentionally taking to the package with a sledgehammer it would have required gross incompetence to achieve what they did.

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          @Possumbly:

          AusPost is rubbish.

          What choice do we have as the buyer, unless we know seller are going to be using Auspost?

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          @cwongtech: Very little. You'll be okay most of the time but rest assured if you have a problem they'll fob you off. My seller (a master crafstman) refunded me, had he not I would have pursued them to the top. Once you get beyond the first couple of layers of incompetence in "customer service" you have some chance of getting a fair hearing.

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        Good point, how do you know if they even sent it in the first place!

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      Cash Advance fee Applies!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! to credit card payment from
      Latitude and Commonwealth credit cards recognise the PayPal Blackhawk seller as financial services

      3% of the purchase price plus immediate 20% + interest until you call and make a manual payment to cover it.

      Negative from me now any savings made were wiped out on my credit card statement.

  • +4 votes

    Can I buy 30 of the $100 david jones card and get 15% off miele stuff???

    Um….0 feedback on this ebay seller. I am not sure if I am comfortable blowing $3k on this…

    • +3 votes

      It's an ebay sale (url has /rpp) and the gift card promotion is on the homepage, so pretty sure it's safe.

    • +1 vote

      I bought $400 Supercheap, and the payment was to seller name Blackhawk Network (Australia) Pty Ltd. It's a legit promo.

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        I remember back in my retail days all of our Gift Cards were inventoried under "Blackhawk Cards" - they must be some kind of distributor/vendor for the actual GCs. I'd take that as a pretty good indicator of it being a legit promo too.

    • +2 votes

      DJs have max 5 cards for purchases online, but should be ok to do instore.

  • +6 votes

    Its a new ebay seller account, is this trustworthy? anyone can prove this?

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    Can you hoard on David jones card and get an iphone7 with 15% off?

  • +2 votes

    Great way to get discount on luxury items at David Jones such as Bottega Veneta, Burberry, Valentino etc.

    Also, I'm pretty sure you can stack up on multiple gift cards at David Jones

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      So can we use these gift cards on the high-end luxury bag brands like Bottega, Dior or Fendi? Is there a limit to the number of gift cards you can use per transaction?

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    Is it just me or the link isn't working anymore?

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    Anyone know if you can redeem this instantly online after purchase?…
    Don't want to wait for postage so I can stack with current sale.

  • +1 vote

    Just bought one.

  • -1 vote

    anyone feeling gift card fatigue with all these gift card deals?

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    It looks like these gift cards are being issued by these guys:
    https://blackhawknetwork.com/international/asia-pacific-aust...

    I got that site from the paypal seller's info, 'Blackhawk Network (Australia) Pty Ltd' and the email ending in '@bhnetwork.com'

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      Blackhawk Network were the ones that distributed the Dick Smith Giftcards into supermarkets, they have been around for some time.

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      Cash Advance fee Applies!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! to credit card payment from
      Latitude and Commonwealth credit cards recognise the PayPal Blackhawk seller as financial services

      3% of the purchase price plus immediate 20% + interest until you call and make a manual payment to cover it.

      Negative from me now any savings made were wiped out on my credit card statement.

  • +5 votes

    Worth mentioning that the Red Balloon gift cards are 20% off at Coles starting Wednesday

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