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20% off Selected Sellers @ eBay (Maximum 3 Transactions & $1000 Discount Each)

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PICK20UP

https://pages2.ebay.com.au/Buyer_coupons/pick20up

Click the Related tab to see all deals under this promotion.

Search All Stores using This Link or by using the one on the linked page.

Terms & conditions

By using or attempting to use the redemption code for this offer, you agree to accept and be bound by these terms and conditions.
This offer commences at 10.00 (AEDT) on 3 October 2017 and ends at 23.59 (AEDT) on 9 October 2017 (“Offer Period”).
The offer entitles you to 20% off the purchase price (excluding postage) at Participating Stores on eBay.com.au during the Offer Period, for up to 3 transactions and up to a maximum discount of $1000 per transaction.
Participating Stores means:

24-hour-nutrition
ausreseller
auto8
brandhousedirectau
camerastore-australia
cookware_brands
cosmetics-now-australia
futu_online
genesisaus
gluestoreofficial
hardtofind_australia
hobbywh
hooked-online
houseonline
jeanswest_australia
k.g.electronic
look-at-this-au
luckypetsupplies
matchbox_digital
megabuy-technology-superstore
nicolestoysgifts
nofrillssydney
nutritionmart1
oxfordshopau
panatechnology
pc.byte
planet-linen-online
princesspollyau
robins.kitchen.official
rockhard2009
ryda-online
shopping-express-clearance
shoppingsquare
shoppingsquareaustralia
Southcoastmusic_online
styletread2014
sunyee-au
superhobbystore
sydneysportsdirectaus
sydneytec
the_beauty_club_au
thesupportersstore
treasure_pc_online
warehouse_1_online

To redeem this offer during the Offer Period, enter the redemption code PICK20UP into the redemption code box during the checkout process. You must be an eBay.com.au registered member.

Multiple items may be purchased in one transaction (up to a maximum of 10 items per transaction).
The 20% discount is on item cost only and does not apply to postage costs.

The redemption code requires payment with an Australian PayPal account in order to take effect.
Purchases of gift cards, certificates and vouchers are excluded from this offer.

Not to be used in conjunction with any other eBay offer, coupon or voucher. Only one redemption code can be used per transaction.

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.
This offer cannot be withdrawn into your bank account and cannot be transferred.

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  • +7 votes

    Where is amazon?

    But this is good deal!

    • +1 vote

      Well this is how eBay are trying to keep retailers onside…….

      As i said in an eBay deal post back in June, there are heaps and heaps more promotions to the lead up to Amazon.
      From what i've seen they've added more till Xmas. So happy shopping!

      PS: Not associated with ebay!

      • +5 votes

        Well this is how eBay are trying to keep retailers onside

        Nothing to do with that, they're trying to increase sales/profit as they have stagnated.

        They've been doing promos long before Amazon was confirmed here.

        And sellers are a dime-a-dozen to eBay; look how they treat them, forcing them to do returns and wear the cost and not being able to leave proper buyer feedback.

        They treat them like crap and empower the buyer, as other sites have discovered you can have all the sellers in the world and it means nothing without buyers.

        • +10 votes

          Nah, they treat buyers like crap too. It is what happens when you have monopolies like ebay and Paypal.

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          They treat them like crap and empower the buyer, as other sites have discovered you can have all the sellers in the world and it means nothing without buyers.

          Amazon's marketplace is no different in this regard, I thought.

        • +7 votes

          @Major Mess:

          they treat buyers like crap too

          How so?

          Buyers have eBay Guarantee, PayPal Buyer Protection and can leave feedback which affects the seller's store fees.

          They can also buy things and not pay and there's no repercussions.

          Sellers have to accept returns, even when they've done nothing wrong or they're a private seller, have to pay for return shipping, can only leave positive feedback for buyers and get slugged fees even on shipping.

        • -1 vote

          @Major Mess: they no longer own paypal

          GG eBay, lets how long they can keep these discounts going.

        • +7 votes

          @Scab: well i can give you an example.

          Bought something from a seller which "ships from Sydney". They sent a different item. Claimed thats what we ordered. Showed them a screenshot (I happened to take) to show otherwise. Seller says well we dont have that item any more. Ok give us a refund. Seller "not until you shop it back to the UK". So you'll pay poatage? No, its a change of mind. No, you sent the wrong item, shall we take it up with ebay? No ok we'll refund shipping, but you must send it surface mail with tracking. If we receive it in the same condition, we'll refund postage too. But that will take months and you said it shipped from Sydney….no response. Emailed ebay. They said it's still up to us to resolve it.

          Yep they're always on the buyer's side.

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          @supabrudda:

          They said it's still up to us to resolve it.

          Why didn't you do an eBay Guarantee claim?

          ships from Sydney

          And what was the seller's actual address?

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          @Scab: thanks, we probably will when we get a chance. I was thinking being on Amex I can ask them to do a charge back. That way it costs paypal money & be less painful.

          Have you used the eBay Guarantee service? I assumed it was painful & slow.

        • +2 votes

          @supabrudda:

          I wouldn't do a chargeback yet, save it if the eBay claim falls through as a last resort.

          Do an eBay claim and the seller will have to wear the shipping cost, most sellers will just refund the money as they know they will have to anyway, unless it's an expensive item and they want it back.

          You did the right thing by contacting the seller and trying to work it out with them, just lodge a claim now and make sure you follow eBay's rules and you'll be fine.

          Claim Significantly Not as Described.

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          No one is forcing sellers to use eBay if it's so bad.

          With so many online scams eBay will only work if buyers feel they have a good level protection…no buyers, no sellers.

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          @Global Nomad:

          With so many online scams eBay will only work

          If that was the case then why don't they let sellers leave negative feedback for dishonest buyers?

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          @Scab:

          In an ideal world, all those things are true.

          I've bought and sold enough on eBay to know how things work but the first time I tried to invoke the Guarantee on what seemed an unambiguous case I received a one-liner 'Nope' email without any explanation, from eBay.

          Not only was I out of pocket but was unable to leave feedback, the seller got their not-as-described item back and continue to sell the same item to this day.

          The $amount was small but a useful insight into just how reliable such guarantees may be.

          https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/317547#comment-4860939

        • +1 vote

          @AnneThrope:

          https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/317547#comment-4860939

          If I read your post right then you did it all wrong, you never send a thing back until eBay instructs you.

          You should have done a claim and then sent it back.

          Not having a go at you, but most people who complain about eBay/PayPal are those who don't familiarise themselves with their procedures.

        • +1 vote

          @Scab:

          mea culpa, I omitted the first couple of steps.

          the seller had acknowledged that item was NAD and approved it to be returned.

          eBay advised that 'seller cannot provide return postage' and advised me to return it at my cost, which would be reimbursed.

          … and that's where my timeline picks up.

          I appreciate that many 'ebay done stealed from me' anecdotes are user error but I followed eBay's processes to the letter and still lucked out so wouldn't suggest that protections for either party are as airtight as they appear.

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          @AnneThrope:

          mea culpa

          Is that Latin for I Love Scab?

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          @Major Mess: Riiiight… Can you give a few examples?

        • +2 votes

          @supabrudda: Totally agree. When I used to shop with ebay in the UK customer services were generally competent. Now they don't have a clue. I tried to resolve an issue of a counterfeit item and ebay were no help at all.

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          @carleast:

          counterfeit item and ebay were no help at all

          That is the most difficult claim a buyer can make as you have to prove to eBay/PayPal that an item is fake or counterfeit as per their rules.

          It's the only one where the onus is on the buyer, I would never lodge a fake claim, much easier to simply pick another reason.

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          @Scab: I bought three pairs of Shure IEMs that turned out to be fake. I contacted the seller who insisted they were genuine. The seller said they can give me a (small) partial refund which I rejected, after which they said I can return it. I then lodged a return request with ebay saying the item is fake and provided photos. The seller just accepted it and I got a full refund. I didn't have to pay for return shipping, I just dropped it off at a nearby convenience store with the ParcelPoint service.

        • +1 vote

          @eug:

          That's great, but if the seller refuses the return the onus is on the buyer to prove they are fake.

          Usually, if eBay accepts that the item is an obvious fake they don't require you to return it to the seller, they will just issue you a full refund.

        • +1 vote

          @Scab:
          That is the key point. Ebay are hopeless when it comes to counterfeits. I recently purchased 2 Toyota remotes that turned out to be fakes. I was furious, I spent a lot of time searching and comparing remotes from different sellers, not once did the thought of them being fakes occur to me. It later turned out other than 2 sellers in sydney and 1 in vic, almost all the listings were counterfeit.
          Contacted seller immediately demanding refund, even still, thought I'm not taking any chances, so I called ebay to report it.
          Contrary to their own policy to discard the items and refund guarantee, instead, they requested I send them back using parcel point label issued by seller and patiently wait for my money back.
          Lucky for me, I've got no patience, or tolerance for bs. I wasn't prepared to take any chances with Parcel point esp. after reading customer reviews. I called ebay again, argued their policy to them and demanded my money back before anything, AND, if they want their remotes back, I'll only accept sending it using auspost. Next thing I knew, had my money back where it belonged, shipped remotes back to its owner (after taking evidence photos). Contacted Toyota's counterfeit dep in August, they were more than happy to accept the evidence along with the sellers details. Received an email from them a few days ago thanking my help which resulted in them successfully having some of those listings removed from eBay.
          Ebays policies state the customer's guarantees but there is no guarantee you'll be guaranteed anything. Anyways, I consider this one a lucky ending, the seller could have been more aggressive but they knew they got caught out.
          Always keep as much evidence as you can possibly gather, take photos, make comparisons, and know your rights.
          Ebay tried to convince me the refund guarantee only applied to international items. I don't even know what that means the remotes were not made here obviously :/

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          @Scab: I've gone through that whole effort, seller insisting the product was genuine and being a real **** about it. Then contacting the original manufacturer and asking them to provide a certificate that it was a fake. Took a while but got the refund.
          Also, worth noting, it is illegal so post counterfeit goods, so once eBay asked me to mail it, I quoted that part of the law and refused to mail it. They said throw it out and promptly gave me a refund. I have no remorse for sellers peddling counterfeit items.
          Obviously I didn't throw it out and used it, it lasted 6months and broke. I've since purchased the real deal and 5 years on it's still trucking.

    • +83 votes

      Where is amazon?

      The Amazon covers much of northwestern Brazil and extends into Colombia, Peru and other South American countries. It is the world’s largest tropical rainforest.

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      Didnt't have to look far for the Amazon comment :D

    • +1 vote

      last i heard it is going to setup here before xmas.
      someone already called them a Christmas grinch (guessing it was gerry)

      Source

  • +1 vote

    I got excited as I thought that Sony was gonna be among the stores. I wanted to buy a camera I was eyeing this morning.

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      I am also looking for a sony camera A6000. :)

      • +1 vote

        Ryda have them

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        That's exactly the camera I was looking for too. haha

        I had one on eye in the recent 18% off eBay deal, but they sold out pretty quick as Sony had only few 'seconds' of them in stock. And they were already on discount on Sony as well, so with the 18% discount, it was pretty cheap. Hated myself for missing out on that.

        • +3 votes

          “Hated myself for missing out on that.”

          You could have purchased during the day then paid once the sale became valid.

        • +1 vote

          @jdr: I have never really tried doing that, and actually don't know how to do it. lol

          Will figure out how to purchase stuff before a sale becomes active so that I don't miss out in the future. Ta

        • +3 votes

          @AussieDaddy:

          “and actually don't know how to do it. lol”

          Just buy that item individually using “Buy It Now” rather than adding it to the cart. Then you can pay it from the cart using the promo code once the sale starts.

        • +1 vote

          @jdr: So, does that mean I'm using the 'Buy It Now' function as a reserving tool, as in, when the item ends up in my basket I don't need to pay for it at the time, and will go back to eBay when the sale starts? For example, let's say someone posted about this sale early last night, and it was gonna start 9am this morning. Are you saying I could add an item into the basket by using 'Buy It Now' option, and then proceed the payment in the morning?

        • +4 votes

          @AussieDaddy:

          That’s right. Buy It Now is a commitment to buy. The purchase isn’t finalised until you actually do the payment.

        • +1 vote

          @jdr: Got it now. Thank you for the help. That will really come in handy in the future.

        • +1 vote

          @jdr: I knew this was possible but didn’t know exactly how. Thanks for clarifying the process.

        • +2 votes

          @toasty:

          No probs.

        • +2 votes

          @AussieDaddy:

          No probs. I confirmed it first with ebay customer service via chat before the 18% sale. Bought one item in the morning using Buy It Now and had another three items in my cart when I paid for them all together when the sale started at 6pm.

        • +2 votes

          @jdr: Note that a lot of sellers disable this, as in you must pay when you click buy it now or the item does not belong to you.

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          @cheng2008:

          Thanks for the info, I must have been lucky that the seller of the battery charger I purchased allowed this.

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      I bought an A3500 from the eBay store. Lens it came with seems to have problems with Autofocus. Buyer beware.

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      Sony have sales on them on their website now and then. There are also a couple of $100 coupons floating around to make it better.

  • +7 votes

    *Waits patiently for the price-jacking comments.

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    Getting "This code has expired". Am I doing something wrong?

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    OMG….SHE is back

  • -2 votes

    Here we go again!

  • +2 votes

    was hoping to snag a cheap Nintendo Switch.. :(

  • +10 votes

    New phone who dis

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    Picked up a Netgear GS116E switch for $120. Cheapest local price.

  • +3 votes

    I've linked the most popular stores in the description. Will do the rest later.

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    camera store Australia prices are jacked also please be weary buying from K.G electronic. They sent me faulty stock during a previous sale

    • +15 votes

      please be weary buying from K.G electronic

      So I have to be tired before buying from them?

    • +1 vote

      please be weary buying from K.G electronic. They sent me faulty stock during a previous sale

      That can happen at any shop though, the real test is what they did or didn't do to resolve that. I've received faulty/DoA items from JB/Officeworks/Harvey Norman etc..

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        No, not the same issue. A lot easier when you buy from brick and mortar. You walk in and tell them they sold you crap and you want another one. With online stores you pay they send you a return that works but has issues and hope you can't be bothered cleaning it, repackaging, going to the post office. In essence a waste of time but hey if you want to roll the dice be my guest

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    http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Apple-iPad-Pro-32GB-9-7-inches-Wi...

    Anyone know how this works? Ad mentions "Au Warranty" but also mentions HK? Is that the standard 12m International Warranty from Apple provided?

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    Jack lives here.

  • +1 vote

    Cheap prices on the:

    Ubiquiti AC Pro - $147.20
    Ubiquiti AC HD - $379.92

    • +4 votes

      looks like they just realised and jacked it up….for the Pro anyway, its 184 after the code now.

    • +1 vote

      lol, prices have been jacked, $230 for AC pro before discount now as opposed to the $184 you calculated from

    • +3 votes

      You got lucky if you got it at that price. typical price jacking.

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      you did well if you got these before the price increase

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    Any good gaming desktop PC deals?

  • +1 vote

    I can save roughly $1 for a new SSD by going with this deal.. I guess it's better than nothing.

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