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15% off Sitewide (Min. Purchase US $25, AU $33.67, Max $100 USD Discount) @ eBay US

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The coupon will not be live until around 8 am PT (1 am 09/08/18 AET) to 10 pm PT (3 pm AET 09/09/18)

Official Link

This coupon is for eBay.com NOT eBay.com.au (you can still buy from eBay.com.au, but go through eBay.com)

Don't forget Cashrewards has 1% cashback. Click the eBay USA link

You will need to go into your ebay settings to change your buyer location to eBay.com instead of eBay.com.au. Do not change your shipping location.

Instructions thanks to Detective Pikachu:

How to Change your Account's Country:

  1. Go to the change registration information - opens in new window or tab page.
  2. In the Country field, choose your country from the dropdown menu. (Edit: This time it requires a full US address including street)
  3. Select Change registration information.
  4. Review your changes and select submit.
  5. Receive an email titled "eBay Registration Country Change to United States." "The user cluster has changed their registered country from Australia to United States."

Remember, purchases from overseas sellers will incur GST, collected by eBay.

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Terms and Conditions:

This Coupon is a 15% discount off a minimum purchase of $25 valid from 8:00 AM PT on August 8, 2018 until 10:00 PM PT on August 8, 2018. The Coupon discount is capped at a maximum value of $100. Discount applies to the purchase price (excluding shipping, handling, and taxes) of eligible items on eBay.​com, cafr.ebay.​ca and ebay.​ca. *Eligible items exclude warranties and protection plans, as well as items from the Coins & Paper Money, Gift Cards & Coupons, and Real Estate categories.

Coupon must be used within a single transaction (and can include multiple eligible items), while supplies last. Max one-time use. Only eBay users registered with an address located in the United States, Canada, Latin America or the Caribbean are eligible for the Coupon. Valid only for purchases from eBay.​com, cafr.ebay.​ca and ebay.​ca. Any unused difference between the discount amount, as shown on the Coupon, and the purchase price of an item(s) in a single transaction (or cart) will be forfeited.

Coupon is subject to U.S. laws, void where prohibited, not redeemable for cash, has no face value, and cannot be combined with any other Coupon, or when paying with PayPal Credit Easy Payments or Gift Cards. eBay may cancel, amend, or revoke the Coupon at any time.

Shipping costs do not count towards the minimum

Works on Buy It Now and Auction

Works on multiple items if bought all at once

Will not work for multiple currencies (payment method for ex. dollar and yuan)

1 time use per account

To get the maximum discount of US $100 (AU ~$134.73), purchase must be for US $666.67 (AU ~ $898.20)

Things to consider try/consider if there are issues:

1. Did you get an email acknowledging that you moved to eBay.com
2. Create a new account.
3. Are you on eBay.com NOT eBay.com.au?
4. Are you above the minimum amount?
5. Use Icognito Mode in your browser
6. Use a real ebay address from the US - worked for OzDJ_
7. Add a US address, but set the poastage address you will receivce in PayPal.

Courtesy of sd_junky on Slick Deals

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  • +3 votes

    Thanks OP. Last time I posted an eBay deal like this for the UK store and it was taken down as not available in Australia. Fyi

    • +4 votes

      I have used the eBay.com codes before without any issues, so hopefully, the post will stay.

      • +8 votes

        Yep same, harder to find the item though.
        If I can't find the item I want, I normally search ebay.com.au find the item and capture the item number.
        Then go to ebay.com and search via item number.

        • +4 votes

          Just remove the ".au" from the URL next time.

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          @sky blu:
          Thanks. BTW: For anyone requiring a US postal address and phone number, I suggest signing up to ShopMate from AusPost (It's Free).
          Not suggesting you use the service, but the personal address they provide always seems to check out.

        • +4 votes

          @spammenotinoz:

          If anyone needs to they can use my US address:

          1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
          Washington, DC 20500

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          @dm01:

          Hi Donald Trump.

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          @windwai: Shhhh!

          makeamericagreatagain

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          @dm01:
          Ummmm, I think we need to have a little chat about the living arrangements here.
          You can remain in the eBay wing, and I'll stick to the Amazon wing that I've been in for over a decade now! ;)

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      Yeah it was weird! Had to be fine tho

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      Did it work?

      • -3 votes

        Yeah but the Oz mods unpublished the post because it involves questionable changes to your personal ebay account

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          I have an ebay.com.au account. My wife has an eBay.com account. Simples.

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          @ilikeit:
          You just need to change the address.

        • the Oz mods unpublished the post because it involves questionable changes to your personal ebay account

          That's incorrect, there have been a number of overseas eBay deals on OzBargain that involves changing the country. However the previous UK one was removed because even after changing country the code did not work for any user in the thread.

          The deal:

          10% off Sitewide (Min Spend £20 ~AU $35.34, Max Discount £50, ~AU $88.34) @ eBay UK
          Posted 03/08/2018 - 15:45

          The deal started 03/08/2018 7pm

          The deal was removed 04/08/2018 12:35AM after multiple reports and comments that the code did not work after changing the country and no report that it worked.

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          Yes it's worked in the past but that UK code didn't work for me even with the UK address and all that. I suspect they might have worked out what we're doing and blocked the overseas deliveries or something like that. Fingers crossed this one works but it potentially may not.

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          What's so questionable about having to temporarily change your location just until the coupon could be used? There's no logic in your statement.

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          @ilikeit: May I borrow your wife?

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      Thank you OP. what's the starting time for AUS?

    • +2 votes

      GREAT.. One day after i make a $100 purchase from Ebay US :)

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    bumpbump

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    Damn, just did my big eBay buy a few days ago. Ah well, good deal though.

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    Perfect! been waiting for the exchange rate to better for a while to buy something from the US. This is enough of a discount for me to go for it, thanks OP!! Screen dumped in case this deal is removed!

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      can someone please advise where within settings to change to make this work?

      Had a quick look (albeit at work so didn't spend long) and couldn't find it)

      Thanks!

      *tried under account settings > personal information > edit information which brings me to a change registration field but it won't accept any details (even when I put in a fake US address, it says "We noticed a problem. Please review the information below" - without telling me what the issue is

      **edit #2 if the above place is the correct place, then I think I've made it work, turns out it needs a completely valid street number/name to accept it

      • +3 votes

        "Go on your ebay account and go to account settings.
        Then on left hand menu go to addresses and change Registration address to USA (do not change delivery address).
        You should get a message congratulating on your move to the US and then click submit.
        Then browse your local ebay site and see what you want to buy, when you know and have the product page - amend the url to ebay.com (instead of .com.au or whatever you use).
        If done successfully you should see the price in US dollars.
        Add to basket and choose paypal."

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          Are all the items going to be available there?
          What about for the local items here in Australia, will it work?

          Thanks!

        • +1 vote

          I just tried and change the Registration address - country to United States. and then it says the State is incorrect. I select California. Then it says the postcode is wrong. I put in 90001 and it says "We noticed a problem. Please review the below information" but all the fields are correct.

          How did I get around this?

        • +2 votes

          @experiments626: Yes all items will be available there, it only changes the registered ebay address site. You just need to purchase the item thru ebay.com instead of ebay.com.au, the item can be located in Australia and it will still work the same way as if you are on ebay.com.au

        • +1 vote

          @jeeg: I don't know - how did you get around it?

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          @jeeg:

          Im in the same boat nothing works?

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          What I found I had to do is to use an actually valid address….

          So I just found a random suburb and postcode then went to google maps and took a street name and number within that area - finally let me change it.

          Now whether or not it will still work to ship to my Aussie address is another question I won't find out until I try later…

        • +3 votes

          @jeeg: Everybody knows anybody who lives in California lives in 90210.

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          @sarahbrisbane: I worry that too. I used US postal service address to register it.

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          its not working please help, its forcing me to change my address.

  • +11 votes

    That exclusion list it brutal.

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      All of ma favourite things excluded

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      Ugh…nothing good remains!

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      From memory, different eBay sites have different categories so it might be worth checking, i.e. Computers and electronics on the US site is a different category to the AU equivalent. So if you are buying from an AU seller (from the US site) it might not be exempt, not 100% sure though.

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    Does anyone know how this GST stuff works - I know I get charged it via eBay but does it apply if I buy direct from a different website?

    The item I want to buy ($200USD + $77USD postage) I could probably buy direct from the supplier rather than via eBay - do they still have to charge GST somehow?

    • +1 vote

      It is under the law. Whether Ebay or other website mate.

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        Damn…I wonder how it works through other sites though, how would they capture and remit the 10% to Australia for each item?

        • +5 votes

          The idea behind it is to increase the burden for overseas companies to export to Australia. If they do the ATO's work, that is a bonus, nice revenue bump. But if the overseas company thinks it is to troublesome or risky to deal with Aust and stops dealing with Oz, that is OK too as the buyer will theoretically
          buy the product locally (from Harvey Norman!)

          TLDR: the law doesn't make sense because it is based upon corruption.

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      They may not know to charge GST if you go direct to then.. You might get lucky

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        That's what I thought. The GST thing is easy to apply via eBay but I would have expected a lot of US stores wouldn't know to charge any more when shipping something to Australia, just so they can send that $$ to the ATO or whatever.

        I suspect the price will be around the same anyway given this discount, but I've emailed the company to ask for a price including shipping to me anyway so we'll see!

    • +3 votes

      If the company you're buying from is completely based overseas (ie no Australian offices) then the government has essentially no way of forcing them to collect the GST, so it's entirely voluntary for them to do it. There are no current plans to trying enforcing GST collection at Customs, so if the place you're buying from has chosen not to or doesn't even know about the GST, you won't get charged it

  • +3 votes

    Couldn't one just open a new eBay.com account to save this changing region fuss?

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    Does anyone know if you can make an offer on an item today (and if they accept) pay tomorrow using the code to get the discount?

    • +1 vote

      Yes, have done this a few times. Obviously need to time it so the promotional period is active before the "offered pricing" expires.

      One thing, I've only done this on the eBay Australian store so you may need to change your region to America first, then do the offer on the product to then buy tomorrow @ 15% off.

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    Does eBay charge USD or AUD when you go through this?

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      The price will show in USD

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      Charges the original currency that the listing is listed as. So if it is a Aussie company it will likely be AUD.
      You can confirm this at the paypal screen.

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    Anyone know if eBay plus's free shipping will work on eBay.com?

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    So it's 15% off, then 10% back from the GST for around 5% net discount?

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    Dont forget cashrewards

  • +5 votes

    PSA: eBay AU gift cards do NOT work on eBay (US) site, in case anyone is wondering.

  • +6 votes

    I can’t change countries like I did last time, I guess they caught on

    Edit: If you change all your info (street, state, zip, country) it will change but then also wants you to change your shipping address, it does not give you the option of keeping your Aus shipping address

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    Gah, just bought a phone yesterday… :/

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      Wouldn't have made a difference.

      Eligible items exclude warranties and protection plans, as well as items from the
      Computers & Electronics,
      Cameras & Photo,
      Cell Phones & Accessories,
      Computers/Tablets & Networking,
      Consumer Electronics,
      Video Games & Consoles,

  • +1 vote

    Hallelujah finally a discount beyond eBay standard commission!

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    Starts 2am tomoz

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    Need a Fujitsu heat pump deal

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