[Cancelled] 10% off Sitewide @ eBay (Min Spend $75, Max Discount $300)

Confirmed by eBay — promotion cancelled.


I missed out on this Black Friday deal, so i thought I’d have a look to see if I could find any codes for Cyber Monday and found a Terms and Conditions page for the code PCYBER.

There’s no start date in the Terms and Conditions, but I think It’s pretty obvious it will be tomorrow sometime.
Trying the code now brings up the following;

Looks like this code isn't ready yet. Please try again later.

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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).

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Comments

  • +1 vote

    Finally… I missed out on the black friday one as well.

  • +52 votes

    I'm just 10% excited about this.

    • +6 votes

      I was hoping for 15% so I am 67% excited.

  • +4 votes

    should I wait for ebay next 15% off sitewide ???

    dreaming of my xperia XZ1 compact…..

  • +1 vote

    Will this work for an auction won tonight?

    • +3 votes

      No harm in waiting until tomorrow to pay. Nothing in eBay says you have to pay instantly for auction wins.

    • +7 votes

      if it doesn't need to be paid immediately i think you can try doing the payment tomorrow..and let us know how it goes..this is always a question in my mind. Thanks in advance.

    • +3 votes

      Definitely works, I often wait when I know a code is coming.

    • +2 votes

      Yes if u haven’t paid already.

      I won bidding on some items last week and I knew there is a site wide code coming next day so I didn’t pay. Paid it when the code was live and there was no issues. I received the items too.

    • +1 vote

      I had won an auction a couple of months back. I had planned on pay on pick up but then the 18% site wide deal came and I paid using PayPal. It worked and that was like 4 days after the auction had been won.

  • +7 votes

    Wouldn't it have been better if they had kept the recent 10% off running until Monday, and let buyers shop throughout the weekend?

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      Having multiple 'limited' sales periods lets them manufacture a greater sense of urgency to purchase. Oxford (AU clothing brand) is great at this. Many equivalent Cyber Monday deals for the same goods available during Black Friday are being accompanied by warning messages of 'Today Only'.

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    Does PANTSDOWN still work?

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    heck yeah. was waiting for this. looks like I'm getting a new phone haha

  • +1 vote

    how do you buy it now and pay tomorrow, there isnt an option to pay later.

    • +2 votes

      Just buy now, but dont pay until tomorrow

    • +2 votes

      On desktop there is an option for commit to buy from memory. Makes it am awaiting payment item instead of an in cart item that could still be sold out from under you.

      • +2 votes

        You literally just hit "buy it now" and don't pay until you're ready. Nothing fancy to it.

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          So when doing that, it still allows you input a coupon later and you also keep the same price not a jacked up price? Thanks for any info as there's a pair of headphones that I want to get now but if I can pay 10% less tomorrow without a jacked up price that'd be even better.

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          If you hit buy it now and it takes you to payment screen. If you don't pay straight away it's not listed as awaiting payment.

    • +6 votes

      Some sellers force you to pay for the item when you buy it too…

  • +19 votes

    I like eBay's current state of perpetual fear of Amazon so they have to keep on releasing coupons every so often.

    • +1 vote

      Them and every other retailer that have sales .

  • +6 votes

    20% to 15% to 10%… need Amazon to open up with good deals already.

  • +8 votes

    Came here for the "Came here for the price hike comments" comments

    • +3 votes

      I came here for the comment by the guy who came here for the "Came here for the price hike comments" comments.

      • +2 votes

        I came here for the comment by the guy who came here for the comment by the guy who came here for the "Came here for the price hike comments" comments.

        • +6 votes

          I came here for the comment by the guy who came here for the comment by the guy who came here for the comment by the guy who came here for the "Came here for the price hike comments" comments.

        • +3 votes

          I came here for free Udemy courses.

        • +6 votes

          printf("I came here for " + theComments() + " comments");

          char* theComments() {
          return "the comments by the guy who came here for " + theComments();
          }

        • +2 votes

          @tg: Unhandled exception at 5340931 in ozbargain.exe: Stack overflow.

  • +2 votes

    Where all the cheap PS4's at?!

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    Does amazon stock 4wd camping gear ? After a waeco fridge and long range fuel tank and things

    • +5 votes

      Even if they do, there is no guarantee that their prices will be cheaper than eBay's prices.

      There is currently a 20 percent coupon POOLSIDE that works on a number of outdoor and camping related sellers. It will expire tonight at 10pm

  • +11 votes

    Since amazon AU is nowhere in the horizon i'll take the 10%

    • +3 votes

      I read an anaysis discussing why amazon is likely to launch in the next week. In time for xmas rush, but dodge the black friday hype so they aren’t drowned out by competing sales. Makes sense i guess..

      • +1 vote

        As distinct from the analysis last week that said they would open on Friday cause it suited the American promotion and they'd asked sellers to be ready by Thursday 2 p.m.

        Which made sense to those that bought into it.

        • -1 vote

          haha do you work for ebay or something? i'm happy to wait.. 10% off is yawn-invoking. they do it at least once or twice a month now.

        • +3 votes

          @bohdud:

          Not sure why I'd work for ebay just cause of a comment about all the speculation last week on Amazon opening on Friday?

          Anyways, aside from the discount last Friday I think it's been some time since a 10% off site wide coupon. I've certainly had to buy a lot without one.

  • +1 vote

    eBay should be nice enough to bring down the minimum spend to $30 on certain occasions. Yeah right they won't do that. Bastards!

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    When does the coupon start? 12.01am or 10.00am like usual?

  • +11 votes

    Honestly 10% off storewide is better than 15% or 20% off on selected Jacked Up store sale.

  • +12 votes

    Cyber Monday. For all the shit nobody wanted to buy on black Friday 😀

  • +3 votes

    10% is a bit of a cop out. 15% + or GTFO

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    Bugger ebay ,10% is a joke , the more you use ebay the less they give

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    Looking to build a Ryzen 1700 PC. Is this a good deal or wait for Amazon?

    • +2 votes

      No.

      prices on parts are still jacked from the 20% selected retailers a fortnight ago. They will probably offer 10% off at check out plus 10% coupon which is actually a few dollar expensive than straight 20% off.

      the meantime RAM prices had gone up by $100

  • +2 votes

    Just that much? Hey ebay, Chance of me using that code is also only 10%.

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    do these type of ebay sales usually start at 9am (or other reasonable times) or midnight?

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    Any good iPhone 8 deals?

    Can't see anything better than this deal from the last 10% off (which wasn't great for a grey stock >_<)

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    Brilliant!

  • +1 vote

    I just dont get it, why the excitement, as we have had so many ebay deals lately.. and from my own experience, most of the prices are jacked up and with discount are the retail price.. just saying that , and not negging it

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    Why does this always get so many upvotes? This sale is weekly and the prices on eBay are at least 5-10% higher than the exact same good from the exact same retailer (buying from their website instead of their eBay store)

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    Could you possibly save a further 10% off by buying eBay digital gift cards first (using the 10% off code), then redeeming them for the goods you want to buy in a separate transaction (again using the 10% code)?

    Ebay codes can be bought from here:

    https://m.ebay.com.au/itm/eBay-Digital-Gift-Card-5-to-200-Fa...

  • -1 vote

    Thanks Amazon!

    • +3 votes

      Wrong thread?

      • +2 votes

        Nope. Amazon Australia arriving puts eBay Australia on edge and pumping out the rare site wide deals. I wouldn't be surprised if eBay did a 20% off site wide deal to try and take some of the spotlight off Amazon.

  • +2 votes

    So could you list something for a few hundred and only pay $1 to sell (https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/343005) then buy it with another account for 10% off?

    Eg list Price $3000, pay $1 to sell. Buy for $2700 and take $299 profit

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      PayPal fees would eat into that profit

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        If you lose $100, it's still $200 for nothing… Unless I'm missing something else?

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          I am curious about this too

        • -3 votes

          Yep you're missing a brain for thinking you can get a deal for buying your own product… And then making a profit on it for buying for 10% off!

          But you probably don't see anything wrong with anything I just said lol

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          @Monstalova: ? The maths say i will as far as I can see… But tryagain makes a good point, they may be looking for people gaming it. Still if I really needed a few hundred I'd try it, I'm sure you can make it look legit if you try… But gotta wait till next Sunday

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          @fajman: wow so you don't see spending money on something you already own negates anything… It's like having a split personality and saying I'm gona give my other half a discount of 10%

        • +2 votes

          @Monstalova:

          wow so you don't see spending money on something you already own negates anything

          No it doesn't because the seller (you) will still get the full amount of $3000. That is, eBay will cover the 10%.

          Are you still going to argue your (incorrect) point?

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      I think they would have a few algorithms to flag suspect transactions, you might get away with it, you might then still have to pay the fees and have the discount revoked.

      Edit, and if people try and scam it eBay might just stop doing the codes, then everyone misses out.You might gain a couple of hundred now and then miss out on hundreds more in the years to come.

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