expired eBay 10% off Sitewide (Minimum Spend $75)

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PANTONE

Just heard on ACA that eBay are having 10% off everything.

Click the related tab to see all PANTONE deals.

Code is PANTONE (credit to MrClipIt).

Terms and Conditions:

  • This offer is available for as long as it is advertised by eBay on www.ebay.com.au (“Offer Period”). eBay reserves the right to cancel the offer at any time.
  • The offer entitles you to 10% off the purchase price (excluding postage costs) when you spend $75 or more in one transaction on www.ebay.com.au during the Offer Period, for up to two transactions and up to a maximum discount of $300 per transaction.
  • 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), Other Lots More Items (88433) and Gift Cards (172,009).
This is part of Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals for 2017

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closed Comments

  • +1 vote

    Can promotion code stack? This 10% + 20%?

  • +2 votes

    What time do the codes usually go live?

  • -1 vote

    Hmm wonder if I should list by brand new / still wrapped Galaxy S8 for a 1 day sale in this case

  • +4 votes

    +1 for site wide, at least majority of sellers don't jack up prices

    also +1 for tracey grimshaw - what a fox

  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP been waiting for this have a heap of car parts in cart :)

  • +1 vote

    Still waiting for Amazon to launch

  • +1 vote

    Is it possible to commit to buy now, and then enter the code tomorrow?

    • +1 vote

      should be able to.

    • +1 vote

      Always wondered that, too. Never chanced it.

      About to spend $4k. Biggest purchase ever on eBay.

      5% off to 10% off is a big deal!

    • +2 votes

      Yep, I've tried this before. It works. Might depend on the seller though and when they want payment. (Sorry, I just realised that it's already "tomorrow", but an FYI for next time

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        Cheers. I didn't go through with it, too risky haha. But I'll give it a shot next time :)

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          My one was super sneaky… They had a discount on the price which ended the day the coupon came out, so I got a double discount

  • +3 votes

    Why is everyone so confident that Amazon is going to be amazing?

  • +5 votes

    maybe ebay saw the listing on amazon, and they know amazon launch will be disappointing, thats why they do 10%. I mean not too long ago they did 18%. There must be something they know and we dont, unless they are idiotsss lool

  • +1 vote

    Will there be more discounts on Black Friday (ebay), instead of just 10% sitewide?? And will there be a christmas sale that is over 10%? lol

  • +1 vote

    I've got my wallet ready for tmr, I'm gonna be a poor man by the end of this :)

  • +12 votes

    I think Amazon is being severely overrated because we can currently access US prices which are almost always better than our own. The Australia tax + logistical nightmare will make Amazon irrelevant pretty quick unless they have a new string to add to their bow.

  • +4 votes

    AMAGONE10

  • -2 votes

    And people still think Amazon is not going to have any effect on eBay lol. Thanks Amazon.

    • +4 votes

      If they were really having an effect it would be a lot more than 10%. 10% off is nothing.

      • +2 votes

        10% isnt even the markup on products normally as ebay charges more then that to sell on there site…

  • +4 votes

    Meh…

  • -2 votes

    price jack up 10% anyways

  • +1 vote

    Will the current 20% off codes on certain categories expire then?

    • +1 vote

      The technology sale ends today. Bing lee continues but can’t use 2 codes.

    • +1 vote

      See store page

      PING20 expires at midnight tonight, before this sitewide sale starts:

      PING20 20% off Tech from Selected Sellers 1 hour 24 min to go

      However POWERON & POOLSIDE are still running until 26/11:

      POWERON 20% off Bing Lee 26/11/2017
      POOLSIDE 20% off Selected Sellers 26/11/2017

      • +1 vote

        Thanks. What are the chances eBay might pull those ones early? I’m not looking to stack but was just waiting to pull the trigger on the poolside code

        • +1 vote

          Extremely unlikely. As you mention, they don't stack so no reason to pull them early; nor do they usually pull specific seller deals early.

  • +2 votes

    I guess they are thinking they need to save some money for their exit strategy by going only 10%?

  • +4 votes

    +1 more person here thinking they surely would've done a 20% short blitz too.

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      Yeah I'm spewing. I've been waiting since the last 20% to buy a heap of crap in my watch list… 10% just isn't going to do it for me.

  • +2 votes

    Put something in my cart in readiness for the code. Vendor then jacked the price by 5%. Mongerals.

  • +3 votes

    I do not get the Amazon Australia lovefest to be honest - they will do a good business, but because of hype more than anything.

    I assume Amazon Australia will source Australian stock from Australian suppliers. The main reason why Amazon US looks cheap is (a) Amazon is generally price competitive (against other major US retailers but not necessarily against the rest of the market), (b) they will ship a lot of things overseas so you get US stock at US pricing, and (c) no tax under the threshold, which is then offset by shipping. Those advantages are mostly gone when you have a localised Amazon because the stock is local and therefore costs more, and it will now attract GST. That just leaves you with (a), which as I said is price competitive in the major retailer space but usually not the cheapest in the market.

    I look at the number of times I have ordered from Amazon US (quite a fair bit), and compare it to the number of times I have ordered from Amazon UK, Amazon Europe, Amazon India, etc. (maybe once? don't really remember). Once Amazon localises outside of the US, the local presences loses its price appeal versus the US. I fully expect this to happen in Australia as well.

    And finally, someone offers you a 10% code and snarky pricks just bitch and whinge - why the ungratefulness? It looks pretty pathetic to be honest.

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      Amazon Aus can source popular items like electronics from overseas, unless you are talking food and perishables, most consumer items are made in China/Asia and Amazon can import them directly and easily, they probably have the best logistics and volume of any retailer in the world.

      Pretty sure online shoppers would be happy with cheaper import products that would be from Amazon and not some outfit from HK/China that can't even get their grammar right(yes byebye Kogan/Gearbest/etc…) Even with GST, imports will be much cheaper. If anything Amazon might even kill off local suppliers for some products which they can obtain from country of manufacture directly.

      Ebay doesn't ship stuff themselves so it has to work with all the big retailers.

      Amazon ships a lot of stuff themselves, so for many popular electronics/toys/etc. it can just bypass all the big retailers. Their marketplace is also an integral part of their "long tail" retail strategy. And with Prime coming, with things like 2 hour shipping next year, I see a lot of local retailers making losses.

      Amazon has all the tricks up it's sleeves, you don't become the biggest and baddest just on hype alone…

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        Nope that won't happen. Amazon setting up shop in Australia is not going to replace Gearbest and the like, they will still be around - it's an entirely different market since (a) the likes of Gearbest operate outside of Australian jurisdiction so that consumer laws do not apply, and (b) neither do safety regulations like those that will apply to electrical products.

        I am not sure you understand how retailing works mate. Sure Amazon will shake things up and force others to look at their own practices to improve them, and will increase the choice in the market which is great for consumers, but I can't see Amazon in Australia being the gift of God, life-changing thing that it has been made out to be. It is like everyone is expecting to get US pricing on goods here jsut because of Amazon, and I just do not see it.

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          I agree, just because Amazon moves into a market, it doesn't immediately terminate the distributor supply agreements that were already in place. How many businesses would love to avoid the locals and back door branded goods into the country? Heaps. Doesn't work that way and Amazon will have to play largely by the rules.

          Source: Importer / wholesaler

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        "Amazon Aus can source popular items like electronics from overseas….."

        Sure they can but I wonder where the warranty support will come from? I don't expect that Amazon will provide it but Amazon Australia would be operating under Australian Consumer Law so they would be responsible I think. Interesting …..

        • +1 vote

          I've never had an issue with US and French Amazon support. Had a HDD arrive from France and 6 months later, it started clicking. They issued me a refund an hour after I notified them (with a video attached). They didn't even want it back. Also, had a very expensive at the time i7 processor ($550) that got lost in the post (because Fastway who deliver their US stuff here are useless), and they didn't even argue with me an issued a full refund. The kicker is, it turned up 2 weeks later, so I messaged them asking them to send me an invoice, they just said "as a sorry and a gesture of goodwill, you can keep the item as the order has already been closed".

          If it's anything like my experiences with their overseas arms, it'll be good support.

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          @BradH13:

          Interesting to see how it works when they have a presence here and the volumes are higher. Thanks for the information.

  • +1 vote

    Any more sales before Christmas?

  • +2 votes

    No code, no deal? Or is it a evening deal?

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    Where is Amazon sales? I can't see it

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    Is it confirm amazon will come up tomorrow?

  • +2 votes

    Is this for real? Not seeing any 10% offer for eBay anywhere…

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    Have I missed something, I don't see this 10% off deal ACA was promoting?

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    So do we have the code yet?

  • +4 votes

    im only 10% excited

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    I think it was sell $75+ and get 10% off on ebay

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    for so many positive votes, there are a bunch of whiners on here and Amazon fanboys. eBay don't control prices, the sellers do (and their price jacking). eBay are still giving discounts however which is something they don't have to do… talk about entitlement..

  • +3 votes

    'Colour Friday'. Lol. How precious. I'll say it. Black. Black black black.

  • +1 vote

    Code is 'PANTONE'.

  • +1 vote

    Code is PANTONE

    eidt: doh, beat me to it!

  • +2 votes

    Have been watching a laptop on the Officeworks store.. Was ready to purchase as soon as the code was released but the listing has changed and now the seller is "away" so I can't purchase it.. Grrrr!! :(

    • +1 vote

      nevermind, they hide their whole range!

      probably would have been best to commit to the item, so it was purchased, then paid for during the promo

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    sale is only for today expires midnight??

    everyone else is selling until cyber monday what the hell I hope you got some mad 20% sale tomorrow

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    It didn't like me having 10 items in my cart, it wasn't giving me the discount on a couple of the items… so I split the cart over 2 orders and it all went fine…

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    Added a iPhoneX and the COUPON was greayed out… Damn

  • +1 vote

    Officeworks ebay user is currently away?? seriously……

    • +5 votes

      Our products are temporarily unavailable while eBay has a site wide event.
      Because Officeworks is determined to ensure that we offer our customers, like you, low prices every day no matter how and where you choose to shop with us, it is important that all of our customers are getting the same low price in our stores, on our website, with our app, or on our eBay store.
      Thus our products will be available shortly after the site wide event has finished.

      http://stores.ebay.com.au/officeworks

      • +6 votes

        Man that is weird. The extra 10% is covered by Ebay, why would they want to loose the sales when they don't have to cover the 10%?

        • +2 votes

          Is it 100% confirmed that the discounts are always fully covered by eBay?

          It would make lot of sense if certain powersellers did have to pay for a cut, hence pricejacking?

          Only other explanation I can think of is that Officeworks are low on stock of a number of things and would rather not sell them at a low price on eBay? Trying to protect their stock levels for Xmas in their physical stores?

        • +1 vote

          @voter1: There was a post on here from a seller a while back, eBay tends to only cover 5%.

          Big stores only pay about 6% in fees, so offering anything above that costs eBay money.

          A site-wide 5% code means eBay still makes a bit of money in fees and sellers aren't are affected.

          So for a 15% code eBay covers 5%, the seller covers 10% and jacks the price to compensate. That's why those codes are restricted to certain sellers, they have to agree to it beforehand.

          10% site-wide would mean eBay is covering the lot, weird that OfficeWorks would shut up shop. They probably have a deal where they get lower fees or something, in return they automatically accept any discount code eBay puts out.

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