Targeted Get a $20, $30, or $50 eBay Voucher When You Sell $200, $300, or $500 Worth of Tech Items on eBay.com.au

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I've received this kind of offer before. eBay can be a little tardy in sending you the voucher code, so once you qualify don't be afraid to jump onto chat and demand it ;) If you haven't received an email you can still check in eBay under promo offers, or just try accepting the promotion via the link given.

  • Receive a $20 eBay voucher when you list and sell tech items totalling to $200 or more on eBay.com.au during the Promotion Period.
  • Receive a $30 eBay voucher when you list and sell tech items totalling to $300 or more on eBay.com.au during the Promotion Period.
  • Receive a $50 eBay voucher when you list and sell tech items totalling to $500 or more on eBay.com.au during the Promotion Period.
  • The promotion runs from 00:00 (AEDT) on 11 October 2018 to 23:59 (AEDT) on 1 November 2018 (“Promotion Period”).

Limit of 1 voucher per person.

T&Cs mention this is for selling tech items - I queries eBay as to which categories that applied to and was given this link - it's obviously been created for some other purpose but at least defines tech.

Note there are some excluded selling categories (cars, boats etc) and other conditions in the fine print, so have a quick read through those before mentally spending your voucher.

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Comments

  • +1 vote

    Get a $20, $20, or $50 eBay Voucher When You Sell $200, $200, or $500 Worth of Items

    Might want to fix that :)

  • +2 votes

    You get your fee back as a voucher as it turns out

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      That's one way to look at it, though I think this still doesn't quite cover the entire fee. Still, if you were going to sell something anyway it's a handy bonus.

    • +6 votes

      List on the weekend when fees are capped to $1.10 and you will be in front.

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    The T&C are at conflicting whether it is from selling tech items or most items (the usual categories are obviously excluded).

    I got $50 for selling $500 as my offer. Shame I literally just sold $1200 of stuff and now only have cheap junk to sell, there's no way I'll hit $500 now.

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      Yeah it's a bit ambiguous - the working under my promo listings simply says 'Get a $50 eBay Voucher When You Sell $500 Worth of Items!' and nothing about 'tech', whatever that's defined as.

      EDIT: I'm on web chat with eBay now to find out…

      …and have been given this link to check

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    eBay's getting stingy. It used to be a $30 voucher when selling $100- https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/384093

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    I’ve only received one targeted offer in about 10 years of eBaying, so I thought I’d try opening another account using the slightly different email address trick, but it didn’t create a new account, rather just a slight edit to my exisiting account.

    How do you create a separate ebay account so the system doesn’t ‘think’ it’s your old account? Any tips?
    Thx

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      Can the same user have multiple accounts? I thought it’s locked at one account per user regardless of using different email addresses?

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        There was a guy posting on another eBay deal a few weeks ago who had at least 40 or 50 accounts opened and active.

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        It's perfectly fine to have multiple accounts, as stated in their policy.

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          Interesting. My seller account has 410 feedback. 3/4 sales but has been stuck on 24 times/$2450 sales per month. So annoying. Any tips on increasing the amount and value?

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            @Bellpop: According to eBay, it’s based on sales volume and feedback. Have you tried requesting a limit increase here?

            • +1 vote

              @headphonejack: Thanks mate. I haven’t. Only because back when I was at uni and lived on college campus a friend asked me to bid up something of his. This happened a few times from other people on campus and eventually we all got banned from eBay. This was literally 15 years ago. Since then any account with my name and DOB gets banned due to being unsafe or something. So my new account that I’ve had for four year has a slightly tweaked name (think ‘Michael’ being turned into ’michaela’. I’m worried if I have to contact them or supply ID I’ll have my account banned again. I tried to go legit about 5 years ago saying it was a bunch of 18 year olds on campus. Im sorry. I have graduated. A good job. Own house. Etc they banned me anyway haha

  • +1 vote

    Of course I get the $50 for $500. Might be possible.
    Thanks OP.

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    Receive a $20, $30 or $50 eBay voucher, pay $22, $33 or $55 in eBay fees.

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      Yes, but if you were going to sell something anyway…

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      No pay $1.10 in fees this weekend, and get $18.9 / $28.9 / $48.9 …..

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        May not work that way. I activated the $1.10 listing deal however it was only recorded under that deal and not this voucher deal.

        • +1 vote

          I fairly certain it only gets recorded under the 'voucher deal' once it's been sold. Until then it'll appears under whatever listing deal apples at the time you list it (I've just made a dummy listing to check).

          From memory, I'm fairly certain both deals can apply concurrently - e.g. list under the cheap listing deal, then qualify for the voucher with the same listing.

          • +2 votes

            @dm01: It does and it can. I had the sell $700 get $50 offer, i activated the offer, waited till Sunday (during that time the $1 offer was limited to Sunday). And sold and item, got the voucher 2 - 3 weeks after.

            • +1 vote

              @paraneoplastic: Thanks for confirming. It's probably been a year or more since I had one of these "earn a voucher selling stuff" offers, but I'm pretty certain I earned it from listings that had zero fees from another promo.

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    Well I've achieved my $500+ in sales already! :D How's everyone else doing?

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