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eBay 10% off Sitewide (Minimum Spend $75, Ends 2PM)


Humbled to be invited by eBay to their Sydney office yesterday to discuss EOFY promos & deals through June. They’ve branded the event ‘Hump Month’ with plenty of incredible deals that I’m sure you’ll all love. Without giving too much away initially, I can confirm there will be a number of offers throughout the day today (Thursday), each with a very limited expiry window.

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The first starts at noon AEST and will be 10% off sitewide. There's a minimum spend requirement of $75, a maximum discount of $300, and a limit of one transaction per person. Other offers will be posted as they become available throughout the day, so stay tuned. It’s going to be a massive month on eBay! Enjoy :)

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  • +103 votes

    Cool - I am finally targeted.


    Is this for everyone?


    Can you combine this with the targeted offers?

  • +7 votes

    Now for some decent not dodgy S7 deals.

  • +5 votes

    Yes, of course. I just made a purchase last night. /slams head against wall.


    Any details on an expiry date for the code, or number of times you can use it?

  • +27 votes

    Site wide eBay deals should be the only acceptable eBay deals allowed to be posted on OzBargain.

    • +2 votes

      Wondering if few users will support sellers who bump their prices in name of sharing discount with ebay.
      Will be interesting to know from OP that if store wide discounts are beared by ebay or stores?


        ebay. I sold stuff without paying for the discount. At least I think I did. Unless people were dumb enough to not use their code.

  • +8 votes

    Christ, my poor amex card

  • +3 votes

    Hummm, still have my coupon code Winter10 unused which expires tonight…should I use it now or forget about it and wait for this?


    Can it be used on travel and gift vouchers?

  • +7 votes

    Do you mean the 10% off sitewide itself will be a 'very limited time window' thing, to be replaced by another deal in a few minutes/hours?


      That seems to be how it's working, yes.

      Unfortunately, there doesn't seem to be any way to verify what actual closing time is meant. "10% off everything until 2pm" is meaningless without a live clock alongside and the T's & C's aren't any help either. If the time refers to AEST, why not say so?

      I'm in WA, so what closing time applies to me? Has the 2pm been corrected for WA time, or do I get a grace period? It's a pretty hopeless offer without those details clarified somewhere.

  • +16 votes

    TA, to what extent are big businesses aware of ozbargain and it's ability to attract customers? Is ozbargain seen as a positive or a negative (taking advantage of big savings as opposed to regular shoppers)

    Congrats on your work too :)

    • +20 votes

      As a follow up, how much of our reputation has been ruined because of jv?

    • +1 vote

      I dont think they would have too much interest in OzBargain. They kind of want people that actually want to spend money, you know?

    • +40 votes

      Hey Bellpop. Promised myself I'd refrain from commenting in this post, but yours is such a great question, it deserves a response.

      I don't think I'd be invited for a preview if eBay didn't see value in this community. I can tell you that all the companies I deal with on a daily basis are very aware of OzBargain and consider it an important & relevant channel. It's so humbling to rub shoulders with these huge corporations, and I feel honoured to be able to share their wares with you guys :)

      • +12 votes

        Thanks for the reply. I've always wondered if we account for spikes in sales once things are posted and get a few plus votes. I think you personally must be responsible for millions of dollars worth of sales based on your posts alone.

        It's certainly cool that they're aware of the site. And I've got to say, we're pretty lucky to have you as such a great representative for the community. Keep up the great work! BTW you should take JV to one of the negotiations for a bit of the ol' good cop, bad cop haha

      • +2 votes

        If you ever rub shoulders with Gerry Harvey, would shanking be an option?

      • +3 votes

        They should be honoured to have TA there not the other way around… :)

        • -4 votes

          This is also one of the reasons I dont think big corporate companies are that interested in OzBargain. Their marketing is designed for the 'casual' general public audience, as in they expect people to see '20% off' and just take it at face value and buy something. They dont stand a chance with the relentless scrutiny of OzBargain proffesionals being able to do the research and compare prices to previously advertised prices and see through their marketing baloney and that their big deals are actually not that big, and in some cases actually more expensive. They are after consumer muppets to sell stuff too, not knowledgeable cheapskates that know better. In fact they should be scared of OzBargain and its ability to inform the public the truth.

        • +1 vote

          @Orpheus: You do realise that those who comment on OzBargain are a huge minority in comparison to those who shop at OzBargain?



          You do realise that those who comment on OzBargain are a huge minority in comparison to those who shop vote at OzBargain?



          @Orpheus: We could say the same for clicks.


          @Clear: Exactly. Every click and vote does not equal a purchase.

        • +1 vote

          @Orpheus: Sometimes there are far more buyers than those voting and commenting. Those who are not as informed as we are.


          @Clear: That doesnt make sense. Why are they browsing OzBargain then? I would think the number of people browsing a bargain site not looking for a bargain would be very close to zero.

        • +1 vote

          @Orpheus: I meant there are far more people clicking and buying than those who comment and vote. Those who comment and vote are a minority in comparison to those who don't and purchase.


          @Clear: Do you have any statistics to back up that claim?


          @Orpheus: Bottom of the page is a good place to start. The guests significantly outnumber the members.

          Online 1,511 users 5,473 guests

          If we look at the Most Popular Deals in last year's Zeitgeist you'll see a deal with 1146 votes, 10399 clicks and 721 comments. While under Most Clicked Deals one has 338 votes, 56906 clicks and 102 comments.

          Now if we look referring traffic (sessions) back to OzBargain in 2016.

          Top Referral Traffic (Sessions): Whirlpool 1,425,530 Facebook 1,415,441 Twitter 432,607 Oursteps 412,583, Lifehacker 260,153

          And in April 2017…

          Whirlpool Forums - 99,935, Facebook - 88,047, Oursteps - 36,172, MSN - 32,396, Twitter - 31,015

          And this deal of mine had just over 1000 coupon uses with only 101 votes and 2586 clicks.

    • +12 votes

      This is probably old news but I was surprised to discover ozbargain ranks 37th in the Top Sites in Australia. Ahead of Apple, ANZ, microsoft.com, NAB, Westpac…

      Awareness of ozbargain was broader than I realised. And in terms of it's general ability to attract, ozbargain seems very effective.

      I also died a little inside. With so many visitors, I'm trying not to feel like I'm in a lottery for the front page bargains. What a bad attitude tho. Shame on me!

    • +1 vote

      Professional shoppers buddy! Its a lifestyle!

  • +1 vote

    Lol lucky didn't buy $100 looks like not a lot of people did hence they need to reduce to $75.

    Lets all boycott them and not buy anything and make it 10% off for $50

  • +18 votes

    AusPost just emailed me a $10 of $30 spend code for ebay, did anyone else get one?

  • +25 votes

    cant wait until eBay lose 90% of their business to Amazon. Bring it on.

  • +9 votes

    EBay showdown at high noon tomorrow fellow Ozbargainer's don't be late 😎

  • +1 vote

    Hoping for s8+ close to $1k soon.

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