expired $3 off $20 Spend @ eBay (Via App)

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Greetings everyone, eBay are running a promotion for $3 off $20 spend via their app starting at 10AM.


Conditions. The offer entitles eligible customers to $3 off the purchase price (excluding postage costs) on all items listed on the ‘eBay App’ except the ‘Excluded Items’ when you spend $20 or more. A maximum of 1 transaction applies. Multiple items may be purchased in one transaction (up to a maximum of 10 items per transaction). All monetary amounts specified in these terms and conditions are in Australian dollars (AUD).

Excluded Items” means:

all items listed in the following categories: Cars, Bikes, Boats (9800), 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;
Target;
Bunnings and
Coles.


As always, enjoy!

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    Only ios , no android is that right

    • +5 votes

      Just worked for me in the android app :)

      • +18 votes

        Cheers , i thought they were leaving us android users out as we would only spend $20 on generic ink set and apple users would get $3 discount on $999 monitor stand

    • +1 vote

      No worksite in iOS-based iPad Aid, saying:

      Must use with iPhone or Android device
      (haven't checked if it works in a non-
      Phone Android device…?)

  • +3 votes

    fk.. knew i should have checked ozb first.

  • +12 votes

    Damn, no real estate or cars.

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    targeted for sure? no?

  • +1 vote

    3 bux????? (profanity)

    • +1 vote

      If someone walked up to you and gave you $3 for free, would you take it?

      • +1 vote

        Great logic . Spending close to $20 on Ebay for max discount of around 15 % ( $3) is a pain in th a$$ .

        Especially when flooded with 2 X 15 % off Ebay codes recently with believe or not much larger limits that most want .

        For this one much better value at Amazon :)

        • +3 votes

          Great logic.

          It is. Because in either scenario, your net gain is $3.

          Spending close to $20 on Ebay for max discount of around 15 % ( $3) is a pain in th a$$ .

          Surely you don't look for things to buy just because there's a discount? You should be buying things that you need, not looking for things to buy just because there's a discount - if you want to maximize the value of these codes anyway. :)

          If you had a $20 item you were going to buy anyway, if you buy it now, you will get a 'free' $3, like my earlier scenario.

          This discount is clearly aimed at lower-value purchases which would never have been covered by all those 15% codes.

          If you were going to buy something more expensive that would be covered by those codes, then of course it'd be smarter to wait till another one of those codes comes along.

          But if you're buying a $20 item, $3 off is a 15% discount.

          • +1 vote

            @eug: Don’t we all have a list of things waiting to be bought with an ozbargain coupon

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              @mitchins:

              Don’t we all have a list of things waiting to be bought with an ozbargain coupon

              Sometimes I do, sometimes I don't… if I don't, I usually wouldn't go and look for something to buy just because there's a code. It's not really a bargain if you buy something at a discount but never really use it. :)

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            @eug: Surely you don't look for things to buy just because there's a discount?

            Sounds like me and plenty of great price points around due to our monster friend mention above .

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              @profar:

              Sounds like me and plenty of great price points around due to our monster friend mention above .

              Well.. retail therapy is a thing and I've definitely done it many times. But if I can't think of anything useful to buy that maximizes the discount ($3 off a $20 item is 15%), I don't go (profanity). :)

      • +3 votes

        If someone walked up to you and gave you $3 for free, would you take it?

        With no strings attached? Absolutely.

        If he said I had to buy $20 worth of his wares first, I'd walk away.

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          Right, it's no different to saying "hey man, I'll give you $18 for free - but you must buy $120 of my wares first".

          Did you buy anything with the 15% ebay codes?

          If you went to woolies to buy your groceries and the checkout says "press this button to get $3 off!", would you press it?

          Of course - it's a free $3 off what you were going to spend anyway.

          Likewise this discount code is perfect for people who already have a ~$20 item in mind to buy. As I mentioned earlier, $3 off $20 is 15%. None of the other 15% codes would have worked for a $20 purchase.

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            @eug: I got no quarrel with your logic.

            I'm just saying, if a stranger came up to me and offered me free money as in your example, it would not be a direct analog to the current offer.

            People don't normally go around giving away free money on the streets. If anything, it's the reverse. They want you to give them money.

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              @lostn:

              I'm just saying, if a stranger came up to me and offered me free money as in your example, it would not be a direct analog to the current offer.

              Oh right, OK that's fair enough, I wasn't clear.

              I was actually responding to alz's "3 bux??? (profanity)" post from the viewpoint that alx is saying 3 bucks is very little money.

              But if someone were to give him $3 for free, he would probably take it. So it is actually worth something.

              I didn't actually mean to compare getting $3 for free to getting a $3 discount, at least not in that first post.

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      Probably not worth if you are buying $500 item, but if you are buying a $21 item, it's worth it

      • +1 vote

        $3 is $3. What’s the difference?

        • +1 vote

          Percentage in this instance.

          • +2 votes

            @Targaryen: I get that it feels like it's less worth it, but $3 is still $3. If you were going to buy that $500 item anyway, you'll still end up with a bonus $3.

            That said, if you were buying a $500 item on eBay, you might as well wait for a discount code that's aimed at higher-value purchases like that. This code is meant for people who only want to buy a ~$20 item, not $500.

  • +2 votes

    Good timing. Wanted to buy something for $20-ish. Thanks OP

  • +4 votes

    Thanks. I keep various priced stuff in my watchlist just for deals like this

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    Good to buy from ebay overseas. Usually there is no any promotion for purchasing from overseas.

  •  

    The exclusion of travel is annoying, as many universal adaptors are under the travel->accessories category

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    Wont work on my android phone

  • +1 vote

    Yay! Ebay gives us another 15% off!

    Sorta.

  •  

    Bait only for the appleoids …..
    'eBay App' means; purchases made via the eBay app in the following operating systems
    iOS (iPhone and iPad)

  • +2 votes

    "This code can't be applied to some of your items" for a 'vehicle parts and accessories' item.

  •  

    I'm getting a "temporary buying restriction" message. I don't if it's from trying to use a gift card as well or something glitchy through Paypal. It's my first time using the app.

  • +3 votes

    Such torture to gain a measly $3. Get up and move away from a perfectly good computer with large screen, find iPad. Battery discharged, find the charger and cable. Open cart. Too many items, so an unhelpful "an unknown error occurred" when I try to check out. Play the silly dance of removing multiple items until it's happy. Try to check out, only to be told the code only works on iPhone or Android app. Find Android phone. Battery discharged on that one too. Find charger and cable. Need to download eBay app. Rearrange cart again, because I didn't pay enough to exceed $20 before delivery/GST. Delivery I know is excluded, but GST? If I bought a local product, I'd be paying the GST included in the price, and that would be counted. Add another item. Check out FINALLY works.

    Did I mention all this to save $3?

  • +1 vote

    Tried 3 android phones and three versions of Ebay apps.
    All attempts failed except one.

    Ebay app is clearly very faulty.

    Mostly I get:
    Alert Invalid Request. Error type: 485320, on all phones and app versions.

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    Thanks for sharing

  •  

    android app is dodgy. the click and collect doesn't work for me for peters of kensington :(

  •  

    I had a stropping item under "collectables" —> "shaving" and apparently didn't go towards the min price… X_X

  • +1 vote

    $21.60.. "We can't apply this code until you reach the minimum order total" :(

    Edit: After deducting GST and postage, I'm $0.18 under……

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    worked for me on android without issue - Samsung FTW n_n
    Thanks OP~

  • +1 vote

    any other better deal on ebay? 5%, 7%? they are all gone? Thought it went till 30th for the 7%

    •  

      This is the best code around right now all the % codes are gone . This is what Ebay would have looked like if they didn't come along .

      Good old direct contact in play today and the monster place:)

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    Yes had similar issues,

  •  

    I added all items. Added the code. It said it took off $3. When I paid, I got charged full price…

    •  

      Check the Paypal transaction detail, how much was deducted from your bank? It can be easy to miss.

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        paid via cc. came up as 3 separate transactions invoice says the original price too. how on earth am i supposed to prove that i entered the code…

  • +1 vote

    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/10-Black-ROUND-Aluminum-Door-Han...
    tried to buy 2 of these but it says code no longer works.

  •  

    I also tried 5 mins ago, code is no longer working….

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