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eBay 10% off Sitewide ($75 Min Spend)

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Get 10% off eBay sitewide when you spend $75 or more. Offer ends at eBay's discretion. Full T&Cs here. Enjoy :)

Discount capped at $300 per transaction. Limit 2 transactions per person. Purchases in the following categories are excluded: Coins (11116), Services (316), Cars, Bikes, Boats (9800), Tickets, Travel (11,730), Other Lots More Items (88433) and Gift Cards (172,009).

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  • +32 votes

    Thanks Amazon

    • +33 votes

      it has nothing to do with amazon, Amazon AU is a joke and even ebay knows that.

      • +5 votes

        Yep, Amazon au stinks. All that wait and hype for nothing.

        Still buy from Amazon us but don't bother with au site

        • +21 votes

          I don't understand what your problem is? I mean there has been quite a few good deals on it, so better it exists than the alternative

        • +54 votes

          @GossipGoat:

          I understand his problem, and I think everyone else does too; Amazon AU should have been slam dunk. They could have done basically nothing, just set up a warehouse in Australia with just the top 2% of their most popular items and then charged us less for shipping on those items because it's not coming from the US, and it would have been a roaring success.

          How they managed to screw it up so badly is a mystery for the ages; a completely unnecessary separate Australian site? Jack up the prices for no particular reason? Delete all the reviews as if we only care what Australians think…? Still have less than 1% of the products they have on Amazon.com? Be so bad that people literally still have to buy stuff from the US, postage and all, even when it's also on the Australian one?

          The whole time they've been open, they've had a bare handful of deals decent enough make it to the front page of OzBargain. The incompetence is breathtaking.

        • +1 vote

          @ItsMeAgro: once they have their distribution centres in full swing they’ll really be able to hit us with bargains, then all of this will be forgotten.

        • +6 votes

          well they need to pay gst from AU sites, the deals we get from US site we don’t, so that’s 10% already above US prices.

          also it’s like ebay a market place, so sellers have to join, and if it’s AU sellers, it would be related to AU prices as stuff comes from AU distributors, US sellers might not be so interested due to the small number of buyers in Australia compared to their US customers, too much hassle.

        • +1 vote

          @ItsMeAgro: im part of a facebook group for amazon marketplace sellers and constantly reading people whinging that they aint getting any sales and putting their products up on amazon has been useless.

        • +6 votes

          @ItsMeAgro:

          a completely unnecessary separate Australian site?

          Just like the United Kingdom and Ireland, France, Canada, Germany, Italy, Spain, Netherlands, Brazil, Japan, China, India, and Mexico.

          Jack up the prices for no particular reason?

          GST, higher cost of doing business here, consumer protection on purchases and other things all add to the price.

          Still have less than 1% of the products they have on Amazon.com?

          Lots of things on Amazon.com are sold by other businesses. It will take time for businesses to build a presence here.

          The whole time they've been open, they've had a bare handful of deals decent enough make it to the front page of OzBargain

          Amazon doesn't exist to be on the front page of ozbargain.

          But I think I have seen more Australian deals in the last few weeks then American deals

        • +2 votes

          Amazon's painfully slow rollout is completely intentional.

        • +7 votes

          @ItsMeAgro:

          Dude, Amazon play the long game.

          They are still ramping up. Still building warehouses and their local supply chain.

          Give them time, it’s not as if Jeff Bezos can’t afford to be patient.

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          @GossipGoat:

          Read ItsMeAgro, then you'll understand my problem :p

        • +1 vote

          @GossipGoat: Yup, got a Braun series 5 shaver for $106 from Amazon AU! Sure it doesn't have the assortment yet, but one day it will :D

        • +1 vote

          Since Amazon AU opened, Amazon US shipping has been terrible - delays, double the ship time etc. It always used to be really fast for me but feels like they are hobbling shipping to AUS on purpose to prop up the AU store.

        • +2 votes

          @ItsMeAgro:

          I bought the Arlo Solar Power charger from Amazon US for $50AU less than Amazon AU delivered.

          Yet to buy anything from Amazon AU

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          @ItsMeAgro: I just bought some items from Amazon UK too. AU site is terrible unless you want the specific item they have on "sale".

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          @Gnosh:

          I dont even go there. Is that what they wanted?

      • +1 vote

        Yeah, Amazon AU performance is very weak. Ordered something (in stock) on Saturday and it's still not shipped. What the heck?

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          Was it being sent from Amazon or a different seller?

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          @spaceflight: Amazon. The promotion combining 60% off Puma and $10 new customer discount.

        • +2 votes

          They want you to pay for the express delivery, so they hold free shipping orders for at least 3 business days…

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          Same, I preordered Far Cry on Thursday last week with expedited shipping to receive it on release today. Tracking said it would be shipped on Sunday. Tracking information hadn’t changed yesterday so I spoke to them at 7:30 last night and suddenly get an email saying it’s been shipped.
          Tracking info shows Auspost didn’t receive it until 8:40 last night. Not on board for delivery today 🙁

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          @cala90:
          but, whats wrong wth an amazon au phone charge cable for $386??

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      No end of quarter targets need to be met.

  • +1 vote

    How many of these 10% off sales are we going to get? Crazy amount!

  • +13 votes

    wait… didnt we just do this?
    Im having deja vu…

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    surely they'll run out of cash if they keep doing this

  • +1 vote

    Tickets, Travel (11,730) excluded again. :+(

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    Here we go again…yippee!

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    Officeworks will be closing shop again… might as well not make money anyway you can.

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    is this the new norm now?

  • -1 vote

    What is happening?

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    Hmm.. again? Oh well, this time I'll buy something.

  • +9 votes

    Not going to fall for these 10% discounts. Almost certain a 15% will be coming soon.

  • +1 vote

    Thanks TA for the post.

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    eBay, aka 10% off. Loving it!

  • +9 votes

    Hi, my name is Bob and I'm addicted to ebay. I have been sober for 7hrs.

  • +6 votes

    Out of things to buy now

  • +3 votes

    meh 10% is the new 5%..

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    Obviously Ebay gonna lose a lot of business if the government is successfully apply $5 levy to all overseas import or $1000 or less value. That is why they runs a lot of promotions to generate cash flow.

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      eBay deals have nothing to do with that news.. and that isn't even implemented yet whilst the eBay have been running the such deals for ages.

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        Sure it hasn't implemented and tru that ebay has running such deals for ages, but not this often, every 2 days.

        • +1 vote

          They have reduced the number of 20% deals lately and increased 10% ones.

          Moreover, this seems to be Easter plus Amazon effect as everyone is guessing. Amazon hasn’t still offered any massive deal here yet and their prices are on a higher side as well. I don’t get as to how that would cause eBay run more deals.

          They have kept AliExpress aside and probably other Chinese sites as well for sure.

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      oh, we will see more chinese seller keeping stock in australian warehouses, the parcel level is customers not wanting to check low value parcels like $3 usb cable incase drugs are also inside.

      hope china retaliates and charges on all those swisse vitamins and baby formulae we send to china, than let’s see what the politicians due when lobbied by exporters……. tax credits for duty into china ?

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        "we will see more chinese seller keeping stock in australian warehouses"

        This is highly unlikely, since if they're onshore then they'll have to pay tax and local (expensive) warehousing and property costs, plus they lose the "free" shipping advantage provided to them via the UPU agreement.

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    Any dysons left ?

  • +13 votes

    Need some fat fingered intern to hit a 2 instead of a 1.

  • -1 vote

    What is up for sale? anything good to buy.

  • +3 votes

    Thanks again!
    People say "here we go again, meh, etc" but there are real savings to be had here!
    I saved $105 on Saturday with items I already had in my cart (lubed up and ready to go)

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    What time will this start?….midnight?

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    This is the 4th one in the last 2 weeks…

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    LOL WTF IS THIS!!! This deal looks familiar

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