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15% off @ Bing Lee eBay

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15% off Bing Lee eBay starts on Thursday, not as good as the previous 20% offering but still good.

The offer entitles you to 15% off the purchase price (excluding postage) at the Bing Lee store on eBay.com.au during the Offer Period, for up to 3 transactions and up to a maximum discount of $1000 per transaction.

The total discount is capped at $1000 per transaction. Limit 3 transactions per person during the Offer Period.

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As always, enjoy!

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  • +8 votes

    Where is Orpheus when you need him?

    • +8 votes

      I heard he moved to Amazon.

      • +2 votes
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        How lucky, wish I can meet Wonder Woman & marry her…

  • +2 votes

    Looking forward to the mind numbing comments.

    • +8 votes

      Shhh. There's some negger in the hoods.

    • +7 votes

      Here's one.

    • +5 votes

      Ummm…

      "inb4 pricejacking!"

      …did I do it right?

    • +1 vote

      Thanks for kicking them off :P

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    Hi

    • +1 vote

      Hi

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      You should all be in penalty box :d

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        My point is there were no useful comments before mine so I made another.

  • +1 vote

    In b4 the price jacking…

    • +2 votes

      Aye aye, Kaptn.

    • +6 votes

      In 4 the jacking.

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      Bing Lee is big enough that the ACCC would take interest if they start price jacking (as they did with Kogan in 2016).

      But I fully expect some items to disappear off Bing Lee’s eBay in the next two days.

  • +4 votes

    Can you get the S9 pre-order through here?

  • +3 votes

    If you "commit to buy" at the current prices, does it lock in that price regardless of price jacking in the event of a sale? That way you could add the voucher & pay once the code is active. Or does the price jacking override what's in your cart?

    • +14 votes

      They don't price jack, simple as that.

      But to answer you question, if it's in your cart and the price changes, it updates to reflect it. Unless it doesn't require immediate payment, then you can buy and pay later and use the coupon after the sale starts.

      • +1 vote

        If it doesn't require immediate payment, is there a time limit between buying an item and needing to pay for it? Presumably they allow a day or so.

        • +1 vote

          Not 100% sure on the time limit, you might have to quickly live chat and see what they say.

  • -1 vote

    any bargains?
    code is kinda useless if theres no bargains

    • +5 votes

      15% off bing lee ebay store lionel!

      • +6 votes

        I wuv Bing ree

  • +4 votes

    I came here just for the price jacking comments :O

    …..lol jk, I need a JBL Flip 4

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    Price jack? Pish… Least you get to experience price jacking. Us poor sods in W.A don't get much from Bing Lee :(

    • +2 votes

      You're lucky, at least you don't have to drink out of a rolled up newspaper.

  • -1 vote

    only Bing Lee store ?

    • +3 votes

      Ah… oh.. hmmm.. welll… Bruce Lee as well…

  • +2 votes

    15% + CashRewards brings the Note 8 down to $1133.16… probably the cheapest available retail AU stock but not really a bargain.

    $1010 if you happen to be travelling overseas in the next 2 months! ;P

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      But only if you travel with the family: "f you are aged 18 years or over, you can bring up to AUD 900 worth of goods into Australia duty-free, or AUD 450 if you are younger than 18"

      If the total value of the goods you are bringing into Australia that you purchased overseas or for which you have claimed a refund under TRS is greater than your passenger concession:

      you must declare all of there goods
      you will need to repay the GST refund back on the goods you claimed under the TRS
      duty and GST will apply to all items purchased, not just goods over the limit of your passenger concession.

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        You didn't hear it from me, but I hear that people don't tell them when they bring it back into the country…

        Technically that's for the importation of goods. If you originally bought the goods in Australia, you're not importing the goods.

        See the trick?

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          It is not really a "trick". I'd call it an offence or a risk…
          While the other way is completely legal and legit option ;-)

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          @BlueDiesel:

          I'd personally say it's the other way around…

          Claiming GST back is meant for an item that is purchased in Australia and goes overseas and stays overseas. Everyone claiming the GST only to bring it back in is the one taking the 'risk'. However it's so widespread and difficult to enforce.

          The GST on importing/declaring items over $900 is because you didn't purchase it in Australia. If I go overseas and buy a laptop, Australian Customs want the GST cake from that because it hasn't been taxed yet. In my experience, that's also why some overseas outlets are happy to charge you less at the point of sale. So if you buy in Australia, take it overseas, and bring it back, you shouldn't need to declare it. Otherwise everyone coming back on a flight would be declaring their iPhones and laptops.

          That's always been my interpretation of it, but I'm by no means an expert traveller.

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          @aragornelessar:

          I do not think it is the other way round as it even states on the government page:

          If the total value of the goods you are bringing into Australia that you purchased overseas or for which you have claimed a refund under TRS is greater than your passenger concession:

          you must declare all of there goods
          you will need to repay the GST refund back on the goods you claimed under the TRS
          duty and GST will apply to all items purchased, not just goods over the limit of your passenger concession.
          Penalties can apply if you don't declare that you have goods in excess of your passenger concession.

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    If only Bing Lee sold AirPods :( First world problems I know

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    Price beat with OW?

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      You can price beat the price before the discount code. Not after

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        Thanks Trev

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    Great for preordering Galaxy S9/s9+

    • +1 vote

      No S9 on their eBay store. Generally pre-orders don't go on eBay (unless I'm missing something).

  • +2 votes

    Yawwnnnn … even with 20% sale , the Mavic Air fly more combo is still $100 more expensive than recent 20% Ebay sales . No deals for me but better than nothing for others who needs something I guess .

  • +2 votes

    Any good TV deals?

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      Came here to ask the same Q!

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        Best TV deal ATM is Sony 55x9000e on GG's eBay store for $1515.25 including 5% eBay discount

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    Looking for a new fridge spewing I missed the 20% sale recently 🙁

  • +1 vote

    The Miele Classic C1 Vacuum Cleaner is now $199 so that would be about $170 after 15% off

    Lets see what it is on Thursday.

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      Also looking for a vacuum so hopefully there is a good deal on one of the Miele

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    Any decent entry level DSLR deals?

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    Fitbit charge 2 price $233 Binglee where it is $179 at GoodGuys EBay

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      $179 at JB too, both large & small.

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        Wasn't the Blaze just as cheap at the moment?

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          Blaze (Pink) at JB is $176 I think, thus cheaper :P

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    Just checking if officeworks will price beat.

    • +2 votes

      Cool, let us know

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        I mean if anyone know if this can be price matched by OW, there are some post says OW does not price match voucher codes, not sure if this is included in this category. Was looking for a deal on paperwhite.

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    In fact they do jack up the price of some products…
    been watching at tiger jkt-s10a rice cooker for a while.
    It was 498 on Monday, but jacked up to 549 yesterday

    • +1 vote

      Its the same price on their website, so I think that could be considered just normal promo rotations. Its only really price jacking (imo) if their only store is on ebay and they raise it just prior to a sale or their ebay store has higher prices than their normal site (i.e. JW Computers).

    • +11 votes

      Fantastic examples you have provided.

      • -5 votes

        Fantastic examples you have provided

        (sigh) do I need to hand hold you?

        Go search the forums for Price Fixing and u will get tonnes of example during the 20% ebay offer…

        • +4 votes

          If you're going to claim price jacking is occurring, at least back it up with ONE example. It's not hand holding, it just shows integrity. No point in using a previous sale as an example either.

  • -1 vote

    Any deals for MBP 15”? Looking for the usual 10/15% off offer. Thanks!

  • +4 votes

    Upvoted because 120 other people did and despite that no deals have been posted yet and these ebay sales have been a wash the last several times - I have a good feeling about it this time. Lets see if we can't get this to 400, or even 900 positive votes. Lets make this the most upvoted deal in Ozbargain history. Because why not? What do the votes even mean anymore?

    • +1 vote

      The votes mean that generally you're likely to come across a bargain as a part of this deal.

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        That's what they should mean.

    • +1 vote

      despite that no deals have been posted yet

      They can't be posted yet as per the new guidelines which requires you to wait until the day this becomes active.

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        What about in the comments here?

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    they already moved up the price.

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    Code isnt ready yet :\

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    Yep, as expected, prices went up since yesterday.

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    Toothbrush I was watching went up from 188 to 269. After discount is still more expensive than the previous price zzz

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    Have been watching the Hisense 55N4 TV since last week.

    Price has risen overnight from 695AUD to 749 AUD. I took screenshots earlier in the week suspecting this might happen.

    Does anyone ever report this to the ACCC?

    This is ridiculous.

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    Poor form Bing Lee, very poor form. Both my options jacked in different ways.

    LG-60-034-Smart-UHD-4K-TV-60UJ654T wasn't price jacked but jacked another way by setting stock avail to zero last night. Says 0 avail now and 16 sold but the 16 sold was there in my screen shot last night from previous routine sales.

    LG-55UJ634T-55" 4K UHD HDR Smart TV, went from $998 last night, checked before work was the same, now $1,099.

    Why do we bother getting hopes up??

    • +1 vote

      Re availability/stock - Have you set your postcode to an eligible location? Try a few different post codes around Australia (MEL and SYD) to see if stock availability changes.

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        Thanks hotdish, I'm feeling a bit of a fool as that works and changes it to 38 sold and has stock avail. So for that part of the comment I shall eat my words. None avail for pickup locally but system let me put through using my actual street address in same state and 2000 postcode. Really appreciate it thanks again. You rock!

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          No worries. I had the same thoughts/issue earlier in the week but tweaked about the default settings/post codes. Good luck. Still doesn't fix the price rise issues!

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          Funny thing is they didn't jack the price on the 60" so bought that, didn't add the 55" in to the deal as that increased.

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    Can someone with before and after screenshots please send them to :

    https://www.accc.gov.au/contact-us/contact-the-accc/make-an-...

    Suddenly raising prices just before a sale is artificial discounting and it's a breach of consumer law.

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      Yeah, i'm going to follow this up. The ACCC have charged Kogan before about this. This is easily the same setting/tactic: https://www.accc.gov.au/media-release/kogan-pays-32400-penal...

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        All they have to do is prove their cost increased. In which case there is no price jack. If they raised 200 listings in price you might have a case. But a couple models, of ACCC questions them and sees evidence that the wholesale price increased then there is no price jack. Electronics works similar to the car industry where dealers are given incentives to move stock before the end of the month. Given today is first of March I would bet a number of incentives ended yesterday. This is my experience from working in both retail and wholesale over the last 20 years.

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          Maybe, though we don't actually know how many items have increased in price. A few people have noticed the particular items they were watching go up, but there could be many more.

          And regardless of cost price, if prices go up the night before a sale, then it is still deceptive advertising because the consumer thinks they're getting a discount off the normal recent pricing, not an overnight price increase.

          It's up to the retailer to avoid that sort of pricing confusion, not the consumer to monitor prices before and after a sale.

          At worst they're engaging in deliberate price jacking before a sale, at best they're creating confusion for consumers.

          Either way its still worth the ACCC's time to look into it.

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    Tablet I want is exactly 15% more than store price. Another scam from ebay sellers.