expired 10% off Sitewide @ eBay ($120 Min Spend, $300 Max Discount)

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Merry Christmas to everyone!

T&Cs here. Enjoy :)

Starts 10am AEDT Dec 26. Ends at eBay's discretion. 10% off the purchase price on all eligible items (exclusions listed) when you spend $120 or more in one transaction, up to a max discount of $300. A max of two transactions applies. Up to 10 items may be purchased in one transaction.

Listed Exclusions:

All items listed in the following categories: Cars, Bikes, Boats (9800), Car & Truck Parts (6030), Coins (11116), Gift Cards (184609), Other Lots More Items (88433), Real Estate (10542), Services (316), Tickets, Travel (11730); and

All items sold by the following sellers:
(1) Officeworks;
(2) Fantastic Furniture; and
(3) Target.

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Mod: Coupon expires 28/12 but eBay may end it earlier as per terms & conditions. 29/12 and code is still active Deal has Expired

This is part of Boxing Day Sales for 2018

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Comments

  • +13 votes

    i wanted to buy something overseas yet these deals exactly offsets the GST, meanwhile the same item locally is more expensive, so this offsets the premium, both options back to same price, frustrating!

    • +41 votes

      It's a nice little scam on Australians isn't it.

      • -32 votes

        You mean you have to pay consumption taxes? Shocking.

        • +36 votes

          You mean you have to pay the Australia Tax? To fund the out dated ideology of Gerry Harvey where we have to pay more because…. we 'need' bricks and mortar stores? We are geographically 'isolated' from manufacturers ? Our labour wages are too high so we need to pay more? Shocking.

          • -11 votes

            @goober: You realise that there are plenty of Australian stores which only operate online, right? I'm sure they would all love to avoid being forced to bump up their prices to factor in GST… If you don't charge foreign stores GST, you're artificially reducing the ability for Australian stores to be price competitive. I'm sure it doesn't matter though - Australia can just sell property and iron ore… There's no need for any type - online or physical - of retail industry, right?

            I could have understood that comment if you were whinging about consumption taxes in general, but your comment is pretty much "it's the fault of Australian retail industry that they have to pay sales tax to the Government".

          • +21 votes

            @goober: Yet jbhifi, good guys etc. never whinge and seem to be doing just fine.

            I hate HN stores. The overzealous staff hassle you almost as soon as you step in the store but if you ever want to return or exchange something their 'service' is non existant.

          • +6 votes

            @goober: Is YOUR wage too high or just other people's?

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        Yes, like the quadruple salaries

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        Not little scam its big scam

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        Anyone notice how the Aus property market peaked in June/July 2017 and Q3 GDP missed expectations, just as GST was introduced on low value item imports.
        I know correlation != causation, but I still reckon we could blame scomo.

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      If it's from the US and you ship it to a transshipping company, do you still pay 10% or is it only for Australian addresses, not all ebay.com.au?

      • +2 votes

        Yes you pay the 10% on the declared value and also 10% on the shipping price too.
        I just declare the value of my purchases really low when they ask and literally pay a couple of dollars GST, for things that are worth hundreds, no issues so far

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      Say thanks to Gerry Harvey for that shit

  • +22 votes

    Boxing day sale: eBay 10% with exclusions. They're doing great.

  • +7 votes

    Just 10? Kinda hoping for 15-20 for boxing day. Better than nothing tho, Thx for the heads up TA!

    • +11 votes

      Don't forget that stinking min spend. Items waiting in cart for the past 3 months.

      • +1 vote

        I actually got nothing sitting in my cart due to the last 10% sale. I have a few items on my watch list I consider non-essential and might pull the trigger if a worthwhile sale came along. I guess I can just wait till another 10% off code rolls in and buy it if I actually need it.

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    can we buy EBAY gift card?

  • +12 votes

    The weekly 10 percent off $120 spend even tho its boxing day and the other times it was at random times of the year!

  • +1 vote

    What's the point I want Officeworks 😑

  • +15 votes

    eBay sales is like the boy who cried wolf…

  • +4 votes

    Thanks OP.

  • +9 votes

    Thanks ta for all your efforts on posting deals, merry Xmas and have a great day.

  • +14 votes

    They are getting useless now. What happened to their 15% sitewide. Ebay au is getting worse

    • +4 votes

      Yet they still upvote this mess lol

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        @solidussnake hahaha true mate. They should run promotion like uk or USA ebay rather than running Ebay plus promotion

    • +7 votes

      eBay has no incentive to offer in AU what they offer in the US or UK because Amazon is no threat whatsoever for them here.

      Local players like Kogan or Catch don't even register as far as they are concerned.

      eBay is the most visited e-commerce website in Australia by a wide margin.

      You don't need to make concessions when you're winning 😉

  • +27 votes

    Only 10% and with min $120, no thanks.

  • +12 votes

    These 10% $120 spend sales are becoming the norm. Everyone should boycott these sales so we can at least get 15% or 20% off sales again.

    • +1 vote

      I think it's always 10% because it's the fees seller pay. This way eBay doesn't loose any money. When it's 15% they would have to pay the 5% difference as a loss?

      And the 20% of selected sellers post likely has an agreement of some sort.

    • +4 votes

      Don't understand why I am paying for eBay plus but still need a minimum spend to use the discount codes :(

  • +6 votes

    Thanks TA. Merry Xmas to you. Cheers

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    I was looking for another Nintendo switch super smash bros deal but eb games have just sold out, damn… https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/423515

  • +6 votes

    This deal has been available for like 10 times already this year

  • +7 votes

    Yawn

  • +3 votes

    Pathetic

  • -1 vote

    Can it be stacked with the 20% off?

  • -3 votes

    Why is this getting so many votes? Oh that's right…

    • +4 votes

      Merry Christmas goober. Do you need a hug this fine scorching day?

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      Get with the program please goober. Seems you missed the (hilarious) comment from one Ozbargainer that it takes a HUGE effort to post these deals. If 10 minutes on a keypoard is a huge effort then he/she might be right. Can't blame TA for posting though. There will be some actual deals to be found among the lawbreakers. Sheep will be sheep however.

  • +3 votes

    Why has ebay removed their paltry cashrewards?

  • +4 votes

    One year ago… 10% off Min Purchase $75

  • +2 votes

    10% is disappointing for boxing day special… i was expecting at least 15%.

  • +1 vote

    Keep it coming mate…thanks

  • +1 vote

    Merry Christmas all. Hope everyone has a relaxing and happy day.

    This is like a broken record. Just removes the GST on my overseas buys… and not fully as postage is still subject to GST and if it is global shipping the “GST” is even higher.

    Given TA’s connections he should probably air ozbargain member’s views to eBay.

    • +1 vote

      The sellers who lie by putting their item location as Australia when their profile says HK/China etc. are exempt from that GST charge. It's how I purchased my OnePlus for $150ish less from HK.

      You might even have luck asking sellers to change that too.

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        Thanks. Most of my purchases are unfortunately from USA sellers. The stuff I buy is collectibles and USA and UK sellers have most of these and they’re not fakes. Lots of fake stuff coming out of China so can’t rely on it. Also for really expensive items I have a friend receive it and they bring it when they visit.

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          And if its fake dont expect ebay to help.
          I got done over and avoid it these days

        • +1 vote

          What was the benefit of negging my post? The comment is factual and afaik not offensive!!!

          Whoever you are you must love paying more for everything with no net benefit to Australia as the cost of collecting the GST is much more than the amount of GST the Government receives. Everyone forgets that it takes time and money to collect a tax and then ensure it flows through to the right departments.

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        They aren't exempt, they're simply avoiding tax.

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      Just removes the GST

      The GST will be increased to 15% at some point, they've already attempted it.

      John Howard was re-elected leader of the Liberal party in 1995, and pledged "never, ever" to introduce the GST.[6] Howard led the Liberal-National Coalition to a large victory in the 1996 federal election. However, before the 1998 election, Howard proposed a GST that would replace all existing sales taxes, as well as applying to all goods and services.

      Muppets still vote for the same party.

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        He took it to an election for the people to decide. That is pretty fair.
        It’s not like he said “there will be no carbon tax under a government I lead” and then did it straight after the election anyway.
        The current mob are real crap compared with the Howard Costello years.

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          In the full statement she says she would price carbon and move to an emissions trading scheme.

          The media really wanted you to focus on that first part and so they omitted the rest of her statement in their publishings.

  • +2 votes

    Boxing day and 10% off. Nah!

  • +1 vote

    Is that it ? 10% only on Boxing Day?! Not interested…

  • +2 votes

    Starve the beast.
    Say no to this needless consumption.
    USa is not our friend.

    Ebay, Amazon Google Apple - by dodging tax they spit in our faces.

    • +3 votes

      Your Government provides the legal means for them to avoid tax while it enforces it's tax regime on you.

      What are you blaming them for?

      • +1 vote

        Because as we know they pay big buck for spivs (tax law experts, accountants) to exploit any tiny loophole they can. Laws are being slowly tightened on transfer ricing, profit shifting etc but not nearly enough. Add in IKEA to the great tax dodgers who our politicians allow to ride roughshod over tax law intent.

      • +2 votes

        it's tax regime

        its

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    Recently I've been buying more from Amazon than eBay. I never thought I'd see the day.

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      I've actually been selling shit, So much crap accumulated over the course of the year I must be the only person on the planet making money in December.

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    10%? I want 100% off for a great knock out!

  • +6 votes

    What is the point to exclude car parts in every AU Ebay discount code now? Really disappointed with Ebay

  • +6 votes

    Does eBay ever have eBay Plus deals? Signed up for supposedly "exclusive deals" but haven't received any.. Glad its a free trial at least.