Buy One Get One 15% off Sitewide @ eBay (Min Spend $75, Max Discount $200)


Another eBay code. It is what it is. Equates to a maximum discount of 7.5% overall if you purchase two items of equal value, so potentially better than the current 5% off deal.

Terms and Conditions

The offer entitles you to 15% off the purchase price (excluding postage costs) of one item when you buy a second item listed on

The 15% discount will be applied to the lower priced item.

The minimum spend requirement for the offer is $75 in one transaction during the Offer Period.

The redemption code is valid for two (2) transactions per person only. Both items must be purchased in the same transaction in order for one of the items to qualify for the discount.

The total discount is capped at $200 per transaction.

More than two items can be purchased in one transaction (up to a maximum of 10 items per transaction). In these circumstances, the discount will be applied to the second highest value item in the transaction.

Monetary amounts specified in these terms and conditions are in Australian dollars (AUD).

The Excluded Items listed below are not included in the offer:

“Excluded Items” means;

all items listed in the following categories: Cars, Bikes, Boats (9800), Car & Truck Parts (6030), Collectables (1), 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:

  • Officeworks
  • Fantastic Furniture; and
  • Target

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  • +58 votes

    Still scratching my head why I got eBay plus.

  • +2 votes

    Useless if you want to buy a pricey item, like a flagship smartphone. Come on, eBay AU. Get your shite together.

  • +1 vote

    I read someone post that plus members would be sent a 15% off code alongside new members… Still waiting. I'm giving them 30 days then I'm out.

  • +4 votes

    Worst kind of eBay promotion


    I got this last month, then it disappears, thought it had ended.


    offer period unknow?

    • +10 votes

      If it not available or useful to the many…

      Not every deal posted on Ozbargain will be useful to every person. If we follow your reasoning then there's no reason for Ozbargain or any deal site to exist.

    • +3 votes

      Without a guideline change on using the neg deal button, this will keep happening.

      • +1 vote

        The disgraceful response from moderators on negative voting really surprised me in the ALDI caged eggs deal. Makes you wonder why there's a negative voting ability on this site in the first place.

        • +2 votes

          So you want a negative vote due to conscience?

          Then, there will come someone else along and say why is there no negative vote for this. I want that. And soon, from order you get mess, because then everyone will say, hang on a minute, then why not this too. Just like how now when you trip, you want to sue someone for your own mistake.

    • +1 vote

      Why is it always the users that have never posted a deal that love to complain?


    Here comes the entitlement again.

    "Mommy! I'm entitled to moar!!! 7.5% isn't good enough!… (except for every other company but eBay)"

    • +2 votes

      I have to agree.
      The amount of discontent for the company that gives us all the best deals over the years is just getting old.

      Unless companies are making a major loss on the mainstream product someone is after that particular day they cry and cry.
      I still use eBay 5-10 times a week and after having no vouchers for a week, I'm happy to have what I have, there was hardly a voucher I didn't take advantage of last year and there wasn't a week that didn't go by that I didn't get the best deal on something in Australia.
      Sure some are small things like cables, but I at least feel I'm contributing to the economy instead of only purchasing loss making door buster items and winging about the rest.


    Something need to pay attention: The discount apply to ONE 2nd priced item ONLY. I add 8 different items in shopping cart worth over $800.00 with 3x 2nd high priced item at 129.00 . The code gave discount to one of the $129.00 items only which made $19.00 off on $800. So then tried to test quantity 10 of the same item, again it only apply discount to one of the 10 items which equal to the whole lot 1.5% off.
    So the deal is only worth for someone buy exactly 2 similar priced items only. or it's totally useless. Feels somewhat like an eBay trap.

  • +1 vote

    There's clearly a lack of competition for Oz eBay as Oz Amazon has a way to go and US Amazon has been effectively cut off, not to mention Aliexpress now having to charge GST.

    Unlike US and UK eBay, which still have cashback and regular great deals for everyone, Aus eBay have tightened up on everything, including making it harder for members to access US and UK eBay. Aus eBay isn't a charity. Their only interest is maximising profit and manipulating customers is key to that, just like Woolworths do with their Rewards scheme.

    The result? Customers more and more become resentful of Oz eBay rightly or wrongly.
    For many, they just vote to opt out or buy less like me. I'd suggest this will gradually backfire on Oz eBay which will only help Oz Amazon get a foothold sooner. As an example, I'm now much more likely to check Ali or Oz Amazon or individual online shops first, whereas Oz eBay used to be mostly my go to source..


    Does anyone know if I am able to claim TRS for 2 identical phones from the same seller on 1 invoice? Each one is more than $300. Thanks.


    ebay promotion code PACKAGE is still working as of right now.


    Whoa! Code still working for me two days after the alleged promotion end date.

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