expired 10% off Sitewide @ eBay ($120 Min Spend, $100 Max Discount)

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T&Cs here. Enjoy :)

Starts 16:00 March 8 and ends at eBay's discretion. 10% off the purchase price on all eligible items (exclusions listed below) when you spend $120 or more in one transaction, up to a max discount of $100. 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), Coins (11116), Gift Cards (184609), Other Lots More Items (88433), Real Estate (10542); and all items sold by the following sellers: Bunnings Warehouse, Fantastic Furniture, Coles Supermarkets, Officeworks, Target.


Mod Note: Coupon expires 11/03 but eBay may end it earlier as per terms & conditions

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Comments

  • +1 vote

    TA hate incoming for ebay being tight assess with their deals :'(

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    Wow TA. How do you always get eBay deals before everyone else? OMG INSIDE TRADING! THE OUTRAGE!

  • +1 vote

    Min $120. GTFO

  • +4 votes

    Any bargains?

  • -3 votes

    can it be stackd with TGG 20%

  • +5 votes

    Thanks TA
    Also GF eBay with your ridiculous new minimum spends
    - so annoying

  • +1 vote

    Damn. Could have used this last night. That'll teach me..

  • +2 votes

    Where is the PhD Mathematician to tell me what the maximum spend is, based on the maximum discount?

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    Does minimum spend include postage and import taxes (eg when buying from overseas)?

    Or just the actual price of the product?

  • -3 votes

    Can I stack this in conjunction with the Good Guys eBay store 20% off current offer?

  • -2 votes

    $100 MAX kill the deal

  • +8 votes

    we're almost one year in and i have to say:
    the gerry harvey tax has quelled any excitement i had for any of the fifty 10% off ebay specials we've had since it's been in effect
    you decrepit walking cadaver of a man, i hope you die a thousand times only to be reborn a thousand times to make the same mistakes over and over in your next lives
    with that said, this is an empty gesture by ebay equivalent to free advertising for them every time they put out a 10% coupon because if they really cared they'd start at 15% off to cancel out the 10% gerry tax to make it an actual discount
    i don't like how we're being played by multiple shitheels at one time
    this blows

    • +8 votes

      All purchases on eBay within Australia already had GST added prior to July 2018, so for most people the Gerry Harvey Tax has no impact.

      • +2 votes

        i mostly use ebay for buying stuff i can't get here in aus and i buy local whenever possible
        but i turn to ebay when they're selling the same stuff online in asia if i'm being obviously price-gouged by something they offer here

        • +3 votes

          Not all overseas purchases receive the so called "gerry tax". If the seller puts their Item Location as Australia no GST is applied.

          I explained the process of seeing which overseas sellers are lying about their location here. Perhaps if you have regular stores you buy from you could ask them to do it?

          • +4 votes

            @Clear: i've just resorted to buying from large online resellers like gearbest and your geekbuying site for consumer electronics/electronic acessories but messaging random ebay vendors to set item locations to aus is a bit too much for me

            • +1 vote

              @Exley: Yeah a bit sucky like that unfortunately. Geek will never charge GST so no need to worry ;)

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                @Clear: geekbuying - you your site ? i know i shouldn't take someone else's comment at face value but from memory is that site still problematic to order From ?

                • +2 votes

                  @mikezillakind: Chinese stores are only problematic if you're not willing to wait a month with free shipping. These days a lot of products now have very cheap or sometimes free express shipping through Auspost China that takes 1-2 weeks for most parts of Australia.

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                    @Clear: happy to wait and See thankfully alot of the stores offering free shipping are taking less then that , now Geek buying on the other hand ordered somthinng from them and just like Tomtop never showed up

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                      @mikezillakind: The postal system is never perfect and things do get lost unfortunately, especially if they're small. Did you contact Geek regarding the lost package?

    • -4 votes

      Chill

  • +2 votes

    Still waiting for the gift card deals to stack up!

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    Yes eBay, every week please.

    Expiry seems to be on the 11th.

  • +4 votes

    Haven't used Ebay in ages, can you purchase things from multiple sellers to make up the $120?

  • +2 votes

    These sitewide codes are great for local Aus user created auctions. I’ve gotten some things that were crossed advertised on gumtree for 10% off or more if they also have a make an offer option.

    Never have to be disappointed by a retailer price jack or import gst this way.

  • +1 vote

    Great deal. Thanks TA!

  • +1 vote

    When are we gonna get discounted gift cards TA?

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    Pretty good but hold on to stack with the next 10% off gift card. However, given the frequent 10% back to back event, I highly doubt that gift card will be in the list again.

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    Good to see we can use this discount code on car parts! Have been holding out. Thanks TA.

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    Includes Car Parts!

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    Hey all, trying to buy the vornado 660 from this seller

    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/NEW-Vornado-Vortex-660-Floor-Fan...

    Do you think it's legit? Only got few feedbacks that's all.

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    POSSIBLY EXPIRED: Can someone confirm if the offer still shows on their front page? I just got caught by this with a "buy it now" item (not in a restricted category) that I can't apply the code to.
    The T&Cs say the offer lasts as long as it shows on their front page and it's gone, for me at least.

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      Code is still working fine for me, what error are you getting?

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        "This code can't be applied to your order."

        The item is not in any of the excluded categories, it's an AU item, and it's for $430.
        I do know my account might be a bit odd, because it's very very old - I think I had it since before ebay.com.au was a thing, for buying stuff from the USA.
        Wondering if they still think I'm somehow associated with the USA (despite AU address)

        But I was wondering if the advertising on the front page was still showing the code for anyone else… it doesn't for me.

        • +2 votes

          Yep that would be the issue, anything to do with the U.S is making the promo's not work for people, just get on live chat and they will sort it out for you in no time. Just mention the error you're getting and that your account was previously registered to the U.S, and they will fix it up and then you can use the code.

          The code isn't advertised on the front page atm, but it's advertised on product pages as a drop down under the price.

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            @doweyy: Fixed! I hadn't spotted the Live Chat, but that indeed turned out to be the issue and they've moved my account affiliation from the US site to AU. Trap for ancient players… :^)

            Thanks for the tip about where it shows on product pages as well.

    • +1 vote

      FIXED: Turns out my account was still associated with the US from the era before ebay.com.au

  • +1 vote

    Thanks TA - perfect timing as I was watching a $1000 item…

  • -1 vote

    the timing of these ebay sales can be fkn annoying…. i ordered something at 10.30am 8/03….. 6hrs later it is 10% off. whyyyyy. is there anything i can do?

  • +2 votes

    thanks TA

  • -1 vote

    I just made a purchase for close to $1K and somehow completely forgot about this code (:facepalm:).

    I have already paid for the purchase; It's probably too late but is there anyway I can still apply this code to the purchase (and get that difference refunded)?

    • +4 votes

      Cancel the order / get a refund, then re-order the item. Only option.

      before you do this hand in your ozbargain badge first

  • -1 vote

    Anyone know how frequently eBay do 20% sitewide?

    Cheers

  • +2 votes

    Hey guys, did you notice on ebay Sellers can:
    1) list what they don't have
    2) put fake tracking numbers, within hours of your order
    3) if you mail them, they'll admit they don't have the stock and offer refund
    4) there are no repercussions to them in doing this
    5) you can't leave -ve feedback for refunded transactions