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eBay Sell & Earn - Receive a $25 - $30 Voucher for Selling $150 - $500 Worth of Items

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Targeted offers as follows:

Sell $150 worth of items, receive a $25 voucher
Sell $300 worth of items, receive a $30 voucher
Sell $500 worth of items, receive a $30 voucher

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Information below is specific to the Sell $300, receive $30 voucher offer.

When does the promotion run?

The promotion runs from 00:01 (AEST) on 9th February 2017 to 23:59 (AEST) on 2nd March 2017 (“Promotion Period”).

What is the promotion?

Receive a $30 eBay voucher when you list and sell items in Auction-style or Fixed Price format which total $300 or more (excluding postage) on eBay.com.au during the Promotion Period.
Limit of 1 voucher per person.

Who is eligible for this promotion?

You will only be eligible for the promotion when you receive an invitation email from eBay, accept the offer and these terms and conditions, and receive confirmation from eBay that “you’ve accepted the offer”. This invitation is not transferable or exchangeable.
Qualifying items must be listed using the eBay User ID specified in the invitation email to be eligible for the promotion.

What exclusions apply?

Only items that list and sell during the Promotion Period will be eligible to count towards the $300 minimum sale requirement.
Only standard single item listings are eligible for the promotion. Multi-quantity listings do not count towards the minimum sale requirement.
eBay’s standard fees specified on www.ebay.com.au continue to apply.
Listings that automatically relist during the Promotion Period are not eligible for this promotion.
Listings in the following “Excluded Categories” are not eligible for this promotion and will not count towards the $300 minimum sale requirement: Businesses for Sale (11759), Aircrafts (63676), Boats (26429), Caravans/Motorhomes (32633), Cars (29690), Motorcycles (32073), Trucks/Commercial Vehicles (6049), Real Estate (10542), Services (316), Flights (3253), Tickets (1305), Travel (3252) and Vouchers/Gift Certificates (172008).
Listings that contravene eBay's policies or fail to comply with these terms and conditions are excluded and will not count towards the $300 minimum sale requirement.
You may be excluded from this promotion if your eBay account is subject to listing restrictions, suspended, restricted or made inactive or if your seller performance falls to Below Standard prior to or during the Promotion Period.

Issue and use of the voucher

Vouchers will be issued to eligible sellers by 9th March 2017. The voucher redemption code will be available in the voucher section of your My eBay account.
Only 1 voucher will be awarded per qualifying account regardless of the actual value of items sold over the minimum requirement during the Offer Period.
The eBay voucher must be redeemed by 30th March 2017 on www.ebay.com.au, after which time the voucher expires and will no longer be valid.
The offer entitles you to $30 off the total purchase price for one transaction on eBay.com.au only.
Multiple items may be purchased in one transaction (up to a maximum of 10 items per transaction).
To redeem the voucher, enter the redemption code into the redemption code box during the checkout process. You must be an eBay.com.au registered member.
The redemption code requires payment with an Australian PayPal account in order to take effect.
The voucher cannot be used towards postage costs.
The voucher is linked to your eBay User ID. To redeem the voucher, you must complete the relevant transaction using the eBay User ID which received the voucher.
eBay reserves the right to disallow or reverse the issue of a voucher in circumstances where it believes a sale or purchase of any item as part of this offer 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.
The voucher cannot be used in conjunction with any other eBay coupon/voucher.
The voucher cannot be withdrawn into your bank account and cannot be transferred.
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.
In the event you return or seek a refund on any item purchased using a voucher, the value of the voucher will not be refunded to you.
Sellers are responsible for their own stock and eBay does not guarantee the availability of stock. eBay makes no representations or warranties of any kind regarding the item purchased upon redemption of the voucher.

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  • +2 votes

    Im sure people who are targeted will get the email.

    Otherwise there is no deal or option to opt-in

    • +1 vote

      ok I got it!

      Sell $300 worth of items by 2 March -> Get $30 Voucher

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    would be good if it stacks with this deal unlikely though

    • +1 vote

      It will stack I think

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        If your offered both deals, ive got the 10 free listings, but no offer for this deal

        • +1 vote

          Just wait. I didnt get the email, till just now!

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          @Turd: cool, but no real benefit for me as im not selling anything, but good for those that are

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          @Turd: received the $25 offer

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    eBay will earn $40+ with $300 ebay sales, guess who paying you?

    • +1 vote

      That deal has saved me a bit of cash. Sold some lenses and cameras and no final fees has been great.

    • +1 vote

      No, they won't. The highest fee eBay charges is 9.9%.

      • +2 votes

        Wrong.

        • Add PayPal fees.
        • Add eBay Postage Tax fee
        • Add PayPal currency conversion fee if selling internationally

        Easily adds up yo 15%.

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          Wrong.

          1. eBay stopped being a partner with Paypal in 2014 so that strikes out all those fees.

          2. eBay charges 9.9% of the TOTAL value of the transaction, there is no extra fee for postage.

          3. Once again, Paypal's fees have nothing to do with eBay

        • +2 votes

          @nurries:

          1. They may be technically different companies, but they come from the same roots and that hasn't disappeared. Paypal is still pushed as the main form of payment, and ebay go to great lengths to seamlessly integrate them into their system. They are about as separate as brother and sister

          2. Ebay charges 9.9% of everything, including postage. This means if it costs you $10 to post something, and you charge the buyer $10, you are loosing 99c

          3. Despite that, this is still a good deal, because selling on ebay usually gets you higher prices. I just sold a 3tb hard drive for $110pp. I bought that hard drive for $105 3 years ago. Would struggle to get that price on gumtree/facebook

        • +3 votes

          @nurries: There is most definitely a fee on postage. It's called "Final Value Fee on Shipping", it's ~10% of the postage cost. For example, on a $8.50 postage cost there is a fee of $0.81.

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          @nurries: How does that strike out those fees? You dont have to pay them? Selling on eBay requires you to pay for all those fees. And yes, that includes PayPal, the poor PayPal currency conversion and the eBay postage tax.

    • -2 votes

      The good thing about eBay is it allows idiots to contact you just because it has a lot of people using it. So you can do things like sell used Momentum 1.0 on-ear headphones for ~$79.

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    So you still have to pay ebay and PayPal fees right?
    Ok so is basically giving you the ebay free back if right on $300.

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      Correct.

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      It's more than $30. Dont forget the PayPal fees.

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    The people that run eBay are so dim. Forget rewarding sellers, they are already there, it's the buyers who are missing from the equation. Reward them.

  • +1 vote

    i have an email offering me somewhat the same deal but instead of 300, it's 500 worth D:

  • +1 vote

    I got an email from eBay a moment ago saying i need to sell $500 to get $30 voucher.
    They also provided me with 10 free final fee listings.

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      Wait, you got 10 fee free listings on top of this voucher deal?
      How?

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    Damn, I have to sell $500 worth of items for $30 voucher :/
    http://imgur.com/a/R64Q8

  • +3 votes

    I've just received an invitation from ebay for selling $150 and receive $25 voucher (T&Cs) but I can't see button to accept the offer on the page?

    • +1 vote

      Me too. I can't seem to find the button to accept the offer?

      • +2 votes

        got confirmation from ebay that there is no need to activate the offer, simply start listing will automatically qualify for the promotion.

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          Thank you :)

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    Just got my email then for the $300 spend.

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    I got $25 for selling $150 on an account I've hardly used.

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      Do we still need to pay fee, fee to sell $150 is around $20 that what i think I only gain $5 our of it and the $25 need to spend on ebay too.

  • -1 vote

    I never get any of these invites. Why not?

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    Just received an email from eBay giving me one free listing - http://sellercentre.ebay.com.au/promo/2071
    It's targeted also, but you can try the 'accept offer' button, just in case.

    • +1 vote

      Clicked and got…

      Unfortunately, this promotional offer is by invitation only.

  • +1 vote

    Got my $25 voucher today!

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    Just got my $25 voucher too

  • +1 vote

    i got my $30 voucher, good news that I didnt spend a cent in fvf too