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5% off Sitewide at eBay ($50 Minimum Spend)

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CAU5

5% off with $50 minimum spend. Enter coupon code CAU5 at checkout.

Edit (28/3): Expiry date extended to 7th April.

Maximum 3 transactions per person, maximum $500 discount per transaction (achievable when you spend $10,000).

See all CAU5 deals here

Purchases of items listed in the following categories are excluded from this offer:

  • Bullion (178078)
  • Services (316)
  • Cars, Bikes, Boats (9800)
  • Tickets, Travel (11,730)
  • Gift Cards (172,009)

Note that the redemption code requires payment with an Australian PayPal account in order to take effect.


Keep in mind this offer is different to the 5% off in Selected Categories from Aussie Sellers ($30 Minimum Spend) deal. As it suggests, that deal is only applicable to items in selected categories and has a lower minimum spend requirement.


Also note these other deals:

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  • +4 votes

    damn…I was hoping to stock up on 5% discounted bullion

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    25% off sitewide, when? 😏

    • +2 votes

      At least 15%

    • +17 votes

      This is like the boiling frog experiment, next will be 2.5%, 1.25%, and so on. They are hoping we continue to buy at a continuing reducing discount… we must resist.

    • +1 vote

      Right after the 0% off ebay sale

      • +2 votes

        Don't we have that already… when stores jack up the prices by the ebay discount amount?
        ;)

    • +12 votes

      When Amazon enters the Australian market.

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        Do you think we'll have access to the same products as what are currently serviced directly by Amazon US (and under the same conditions)? Would be great if they could offer the same stock to us so we don't have to pay through the roof in terms of shipping expenses.

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          Most likely have access to most of the products Amazon US offers, but as for pricing Australian laws such as predatory pricing will most likely prevent Amazon from bringing US based prices to Australia.

  • +6 votes

    Meh. Is 3% off next?

  • +30 votes

    I think eBay Australia is testing how low they can go with these discount coupons and still get high traffic and sales. I call shenanigans.

  • +2 votes

    eBay is being really generous once again.

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    Nah. Not worth it unless you were going to buy anyway. What's next eBay, 3%?

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    Thanks OP! I needed to buy a new air con yesterday but hesitated (telling myself to wait for a site wide % off coupon). Even thought it's only 5%, it's better than nothing when you need something quick.

    Remember, CashRewards are doing 2.6% cash back! I've been using the Firefox plugin for a while now and every single purchase has been successfully tracked :)

  • +3 votes

    Boourns.

  • +2 votes

    Cheap bastards

  • +3 votes

    No thanks.

  • +3 votes

    i'll wait for end of financial year sale.

  • +5 votes

    Wow 5%, eBay really turning into a big arse

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    Ofcourse these coupons only come up after i make a big spend off ebay

    • +1 vote

      Which is why you don't make a big spend off ebay without a coupon.

      • +1 vote

        Yep! Actually I think these coupons are doing more harm than good for some of us. I've stopped buying anything from eBay unless there is a genuine sale. These days I go to amazon as my first stop.

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    Darn..i bought stuff last night..oh well.

  • +4 votes

    5% off with $50 minimum spend
    No deal…

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    Doesn't seem compatible with CHIC..

  • +1 vote

    hard to upvote this, as it will only encourage eBay to post lower discounts in future. 10% or bust, i say!

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      I concur. While in itself it can't be given a downvote, it's not like you have to buy from eBay every day. You are not buying bread and milk so you have no choice but to buy.

      I wouldn't agree with aja12. People do buy all the time, but most of the time you can wait, or did your fridge died just now. That TV isn't going anywhere.

      In essence this post doesn't deserve so many upvotes. But eBay already knows human psychology.

  • +2 votes

    Thanks, but will wait for a more generous 20% Good Guys eBay sale or something similar.

    Got a few things on my watch list, learnt not to jump the gun these days and just wait.

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    Thanks OP

  • +2 votes

    While I welcome all sorts of real discounts (i.e. not inflated by vendors and then offer massive nominal discounts afterwards), i think this discount is good if you're not shopping with the usual big retailers (i.e. TGG, HN, BL).

  • +1 vote

    Just a quick reminder, if you're willing to risk the possibility of not getting a refund and other general issues with Groupon eBay vouchers, the Groupon $85 for $100 eBay voucher is better value than this code for purchases between $90 and $300. Use with caution, please read other thread for possible issues. I've used it in the past without any issues so far.

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    Hey guys,

    I apologise for being off topic but I'm heading overseas in a couple of weeks and I've noticed a lot of people here seem to claim TRS on things they've bought. It's my first time travelling overseas so I've got no idea, but after doing some research I've read that you can bring back up to $900 worth of goods duty free. I've bought a camera that I was thinking of claiming which was $754. Does that mean when coming back I could only bring $146 worth of items from overseas?

    Sorry for the stupid question, complete travel noob!

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      to qualify for the TRS refund, you need to:
      - spend $300 or more (including GST) in a single business;
      - buy the products within 60 days of departing Australia;
      - wear or carry the goods on board as hand luggage (unless they are liquids, gels or aerosols or oversized or bulky goods which must be checked in) and present them along with your tax invoice, passport and international boarding pass to the TRS desk;
      - have paid for the goods yourself (the invoice should show your name on the invoice, so that it can be matched to your boarding pass)
      - show the original tax invoice for the goods.

      now, when you return back to AU, the incoming immigration declaration form says that you should be declaring goods more than AU$ 900 to customs.

      so, if you bought something (e.g. a laptop) worth AU$ 1200 before leaving AU.
      you claimed the TRS (ie. received about AU$ 120 in refund), …and then when you returned back to AU, you will need to declare the laptop to the customs as per the question on the form.

      this is what it means (or what i think it means!)

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      You can bring back any amount of goods thats bought from overseas.you can claim any amount over $300 of TRS back when you leave Australia.but if you bring back the goods that you claimed TRS when you leave Australia,the tax free allowence is $900 per person or a shared amount of $2250 per family inc 2 parents and 1 cild.anything above the limit,you have to pay back the GST you claimed,all of them,not just the amount above the tax free allowence.
      to claim TRS is simple,done it many times,go to their website,fill out all tje info,that will generate a scan code,print that page,bring it along with your passport,invoice with you.
      anything over $1000 need to have your name and address on the invoice.

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        There is always a long line at the TRS kiosk in the airport for those using QR code, I think it's faster to just fill out the form on site and send it together with all the invoices to TRS office. Last time I did it took about 60 days for money to be deposited into your account.

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          wow thats some line.

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          Really?I get my money almost instant every time,well not instant,I mean a few days the most

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          Hi. Can u pls provide the link to the form ?
          Thanks in advance

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          @spk: They hand it out at the TRS kiosk, you won't miss it. There's also a box so you can put your filled application in.

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          @Elijha: I mean "queue" lol

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          @028: Yes if your invoices and items are assessed on site at the kiosk, but you'll risk missing your flight because you'll never know how long the queue will be. I took my flight back home last Jan around 10PM and there was at least 100 people waiting in queue.

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    just got a pair of BeatsX from DWI for $152. Good saving over local.

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    So for purchases less than ~$295 (allowing for cash backs) you are better off buying the groupon voucher.

    This isn't a great "deal".

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    Their tactics are sort of working even though I haven't bought anything - it makes me think the 10% deal (if it's another long lasting one like C10AU was) a decent deal. Maybe not for any impulse buys but probably enough to tip me over in getting a thing or two - I didn't think this until this 5% deal lol.

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    CAU5

    this voucher doesn't seem to work with best offer. has anyone else had any success with best offers?

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    LOL $2.5 off of every $50.

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    Cashrewards is crashing while loading eBay?

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    When does this promo end?

  • -1 vote

    It's pretty BS how you cant use that 5% with the CYBER coupon

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    I didn't mind the other 5% off as it was just an extra discount off of an item I was already buying(plus it was a bid/auction from a private seller) so it was a win for me! With a $50 minimum, this seems harder for me to like! :(

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    Not getting out of bed for that.

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    Some of the comments on this deal are ungrateful, it may not be much but 5% off is 5% off.

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    Can't think of anything to buy with a tiny 5% off.

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