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eBay Boxing Day Sale - 10% off Min Purchase $75

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PUNCH

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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 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.
  • To redeem this offer during the Offer Period, enter the redemption code PUNCH into the redemption code box during the checkout process. You must be an eBay.com.au registered member.
  • A minimum spend of $75 per transaction applies.
    The 10% discount is on item cost only and does not apply to postage costs.
  • The total discount is capped at $300 per transaction. Limit 2 transactions per person during the Offer Period.
  • Multiple items may be purchased in one transaction (up to a maximum of 10 items 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).
  • Without limiting other remedies and in addition to eBay’s rights under the User Agreement, eBay reserves the right to disallow or reverse a discount, limit, suspend or terminate a user account, prohibit access to this offer or any future offers, delay or remove hosted content or take other technical and legal steps against you if eBay believes:
    • you have provided false information, conspired with others to gain an unfair advantage or have otherwise been involved in any way in manipulating, interfering or tampering with the conduct of this offer;
    • a sale or purchase of any item as part of this offer has not been made in good faith, including where eBay considers that the buyer and seller may be related parties (such as family members or parties sharing the same dwelling); or
      buyers or sellers have engaged in collusive conduct or any other conduct which eBay considers unfair, fraudulent or untoward.
  • Not to be used in conjunction with any other eBay coupon, voucher or redemption code.
  • Your eBay.com.au account must be active at the time of redemption (not suspended nor made inactive by eBay) and be registered under the same email address.
  • 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.
  • Sellers are responsible for their own stock and eBay does not guarantee the availability of stock.
  • To the extent permitted by law, eBay will not be responsible for any loss incurred by you in redeeming or attempting to redeem the offer or for any costs, damages, accident, delay, injury, loss, expense, or inconvenience that may arise in connection with the use of the offer.
  • eBay reserves the right to vary the terms and conditions of the offer at its reasonable discretion by publishing revised terms on ebay.com.au.
  • The parties submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of the state of New South Wales.
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closed Comments

  • +6

    Nice

    • +5

      Nice

      • +8

        Noice

        • +2

          Choice

        • +1

          @qiqi1021: Choice between aliexpress and eBay. I just found something much cheaper on Aliexpress this morning. Aliexpress does not have the range of choice that eBay has, but often they beat the price handsomely.

        • @qiqi1021:

          Cheers

        • +1

          @qiqi1021:

          Butter

        • @Joe Sixpack:
          I've had some awful experiences with Aliexpress and scam sellers. 3 out of 4 times I had issues. Lost hundreds of dollars on there. EBay has buyer protection and PayPal. Aliexpress has a bot customer service and seller protection to help them swindle your money!

        • +1

          @Monstalova:

          Aliexpress have their own buyer protection system,that,from person experience, favours buyers (just like paypal), and actual customer service. You just have to know where to look or ask the "bot" customer assistant for a real person to talk to.

          They have their own set of rules regarding disputes etc.. but by no means do they swindle your money.

      • +2

        Nice Gary

    • +2

      Ignorant

      The English word nice came from an Old French word with the same spelling that meant “foolish.” This Old French word came in turn from a Latin word nescius that meant “ignorant.” At first, English. Later it came to mean “finicky” or “fussy.” Not until the 1700s did nice come to mean “pleasing” or “pleasant.”

      -Shameless copy and paste from Google.

      • So we should steal the kiwi "choice bro" ?

        • God no.

  • is it possible for this paired up with the current 20% deal?

  • Now we're talking!

    • +26

      Hello, how are you?

      Now we are talking.

      • +3

        Fine, thank you, and you?
        Now we are talking too.

        • +1

          Look who's talking now!

  • +11

    Meh

    • +3

      It will still be better than Amazon Australia pricing.

      • +17

        It was before the 10% discount

        • Fully agree.

      • +1

        Not just that. It also has the assortment.

  • +1

    thanks for posting, just going through the term, nothing indicate that it will be on tomorrow though?

    • +5

      Hope they don't cancel the promo last minute like last time…

      • Doubt they will. They actually emailed the code out this time, we juts managed to find the code then, they never announced it.

  • +4

    Let those those repeated offenders Jack their arse up. It's Xmas, so get busy!

    • +4

      So many people will go shopping on Boxing day, 10% off is Okay….Better than nothing, I am hoping they will release the 15% off sitewide deal :)

      • +1

        Yeah, was thinking eBay would make 15% or 18% site wide voucher as they don't offer any others than 5% off Dec, a bit disappointed but still better something than nothing.

  • +1

    Yaaaaasssss. I can finally purchase some kinder surprise!

    • The only real surprise will be eBay jacking their prices up

      /sarcasm

      • +2

        The only real surprise is that eBay does not jack up the prices.

  • -3

    Yaaas, can finally order some coilovers for my B5 A4.

  • +12

    Looking for 20% off TheGoodGuys..c’mon EBay 😆

  • OK need this for some JBHI Fi vouchers I can then use on discounted Nintendo cards

    • +2

      Gift cards excluded.

  • -1

    Pfft, c'mon eBay, coulda done 26%… then it'd be a SALE

  • Ebay Min Spend is a gift to Amazon.com.au?

  • +1

    I don’t think they are too worried about Amazon. The endless offers to sellers of free final value fee offers has stopped about a month ago.

    • +3

      I'm still getting suoer sunday $1 final value fees

  • +10

    Meh 10%…

    • +1

      Meh would be so if its off retail price, but its not, this is sitewide in addition to whatever good reduced prices you can find from various sellers

      • I spent all my money already tho :(

  • +6

    Everyone is saying meh but there are heaps of awesome deals if you look properly and don't shop at the usual price jackers.

  • +8

    Was hoping for 15 or 20%…
    Buy 10 is bettet than nothing…..

    • +1

      Perhaps this a response to downgrading the threat Amazon currently pose

  • would this be the usual 10am AEDT start?

  • Would this apply to buying items from international sellers?

    If so, would it be AUD $75 after conversion?

    E.g. USD $70 item (= AUD $91) from a US seller would still be eligible?

    • +2

      Yep

    • +2

      Anything on ebay including auctions..

  • +4

    my cart has been loaded ready to go for the last few days…

    • +24

      Thanks for the update on your cart.

      • +4

        I know right, but last week was the real shocker, an item's listing was revised and the listing had to be checked …

  • -1

    nice

  • Can I use the POWERUP CODE TO GET 20% off followed by PUNCH for a further 10% off? Not being greedy, just asking!

    • +3

      No. You cannot.

  • +1

    In comparison this is good compared to Amazon…

    • 10% off eBay is bigger/better than 10% off Amazon??

      • +1

        Considering Amazon stock an extremely small selection locally and have higher prices than eBay….

        • Amazon still have a long way to go. Ebay just celebrated its 18 year in Australia a few months ago. Ebay has killed off all other marketplaces over the years. Many of the largest retailers use eBay as a secondary or primary ecommerce website.

  • +1

    Held off the 5% deal knowing there would be at least a 10% off soon… now to jump on this or hope for a 15% off in the near future….

    • +1

      I too love capitalism :)

  • Just to confirm, this starts at 12:01 a.m. right ? I'll stay up and buy what I want :-)

    • -1

      Usually 10am

      • -1

        Is it 10am AEST or locally adjusted?

  • +4

    wish it was 15%

    • +4

      You mean 20% like when they used to do few years ago

      • Site wide? 18% is about as good as it gets and that once a year.

  • +5

    I guess Amazon a flop hence why only 10%. If it had been successful, it easily been 15 - 20% off lol

    • +5

      Give it time. They just launched.

      I suspect after July next year we'll see a lot less Amazon US deals and a lot more Amazon AU deals, due to GST being applied to imports.

      You are right though. I would like another 18% sitewide.. and we probably would have got it if AMZ AU did gangbusters. But I don't know why people expected them to be the second coming. I knew being based in AU, we would get at best competitive AU prices. Not US prices sans GST. People are very naive if they expected things to be 50% off compared to local RRP.

      • +5

        Amazon hasn't really launched. They're not selling their own bought products. Only independent sellers are doing it so far. Once Amazon gets their stock in here, there will be a huge shake-up

        • +2

          There are some Amazon supplied items on there, hard to find but they are there.

    • +2

      Amazon haven't setup their fulfillment centre in Australia yet. Once that happens I'm sure they'll have some real bargains.

      • +1

        Yep as a 3rd party seller on eBay and Amazon my products cost more on Amazon anyways. It's all about their fulfilment centre once launched

        • Same. It seems a lot of people are willing to spend that extra $$$ on Amazon for the time being. Then again the average Aussie shopper thinks Catch is a bargain.

  • -1

    10% is not much but what is there to buy

    • +1

      Yeah I know. I was hoping for 15% at least, since that is a discount they have done before.

  • +2

    Not a bad deal on this 200m Casio Diver seeing as Amazon don't ship it here anymore
    Casio MDV106-1AV $76.99 - $7.69 = $69.30 shipped

  • Anybody selling eBay vouchers?

    • +1

      You can buy eBay vouchers with Wish 5% off from Woolies if you can be bothered. Extra points on Platinum Edge.

      • +2

        But you can’t apply discount codes if you pay with a voucher.

  • +3

    When does this sale finish?

  • +1

    Is this offer only for Boxing Day? When does it end?

  • Does the discount apply to auctions?

    • +1

      Yes applies to all sales but only if it is purchased tomorrow. So the auction has to end today or tomorrow for you to use it

      • +2

        Wait, so if the auction ends today, we can delay paying it until tomorrow to use the code?

        • +2

          Yes you can!!

  • Code AMAWHO for 15% ;-)

    • +7

      ?

      • +4

        The code is missing RE at the end?

  • Nice.

  • +1

    10% off… it's getting less and less. From 20 > 15 > 10 now….

    Amazon effect has not worked so they don't feel they need to give us better deal

    • +1

      Better than nothing.

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