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[eBay Plus] 15-20% off Eligible Items (e.g. 15% off Apple) from Selected Sellers @ eBay


Just saw this on ebay.

15% off Apple - Use PISTACHIO
15% off smartphones - Use PISTACHIO
20% off TV & appliances - Use PINENUT
20% off laptops & computers - Use PINENUT
20% off cameras -Use PINENUT

  1. Offer Period. This offer commences at 10.00 (AEDT) on 8 July 2019 and ends at 23.59 (AEDT) on 17 July 2019 (“Offer Period”).

  2. Conditions. The offer entitles Plus Members to 15% (using the code “PISTACHIO”) or 20% (using the code “PINENUT”) (whichever code and percentage discount is displayed by eBay on the relevant product listing) off the purchase price (excluding postage costs) on all items listed on https://www.ebay.com.au/b/eBay-Plus-Offers-Deals/bn_71150781..., up to a maximum discount of $1000 per transaction. A maximum of 2 transactions 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).

Update 10 July 10am: eBay has split the codes into two, PISTACHIO for 15% off and PINENUT for 20% off.

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  • Oh yay, I can't wait to see what does and doesn't work… these eligible item sales are beyond annoying.

    • +4 votes

      The crazy thing now is that eBay advises that they are tracking what codes people test on items listed. If they were clearer about what the discount applies to then we wouldn’t waste so much time testing codes.

      It is stupid. I buy a lot of items overseas and for no rhyme or reason can they tell me why it works on some items and not others when they are the same or similar goods in the same country and the same currency. It works for seller A but not seller B, but seller A may be more expensive than seller B, but seller B can’t get the discount. Both A and B are the same level eg top rated seller etc etc.

    • It'd probably help if they did something about the categories sellers are using (same goes with Amazon). I could search for "Nintendo Switch Games" in an effort to look for physical games for the switch and then have to skip 50 pages of tiny Switch accessories. Mate, your 50 cent joycon thumbgrip is not a switch game. Pet peeve of mine!

    • That just shows which items have free Plus shipping.

      They don't all have a 15 / 20% discount.

  • any decent macbook deals?

    or should i be waiting for the new keyboard?

  • Haha that selection of "laptops and computers" is laughable. It seems to be a limited subset of just sydneytec?

    • Yeah, only 2 components in whole list. Also they've already jacked via the other 20% non-eBay+ deal that is on.

  • +3 votes

    price already been jacked

  • I'm sure late model iPhone box sealed buyers aren't going to get any joy .

  • Ipad Air 2019 64 gb wifi for $662. Is that the best we can get anywhere? Thanks

  • Craptacular bargains to be had here

    Typical eBay pricejacking garbage

  • And the crowd goes mild

        • +9 votes

          May be appear less crippling, but it's a worse financial decision. Anyways, you really shouldn't be spending 2k on an iPhone if you can't pay for it outright imo…

          • @18: not really a worse financial decision cause:
            1) value of money decreases over time so if we calculate an annuity of $111 per month for 18 months @inflation rate of 2% it'll be equal to $1940 rather than 2000 in 18 months.

            2) the money that I won't be paying upfront can be used in other investments etc

            so in the end yes, it'll not be exactly equal but it's really close yet less financial burden upfront

            • @barozgain: why am I getting negged?

            • @barozgain: Except you're paying $111 a month, not $2,000 at the end, so it'll be equal to closer to $1,970. Plus you need to subtract that from your other investments etc.

              Let's say you have $2,000. You invest it at a magical 10% return. You pay off the phone at $111 per month and keep earning. You have $176 at the end.

              Alternatively, you buy the iPhone for $1,700. You have $300 left over right now and a lot less faffing around (and $348 if you invest it at the same magical 10%). It's hard to beat a 15% upfront saving.

    • I find waiting for half a year after release for the model to depreciate 1/3 of its value and buying it from eBay 20% off with its already 10-15% off egift card is the best option.

  • Thought it was listed items but from all sellers :(

  • 75 ozbargainers work at ebay

  • ( BIG YAWN over the deals ). Thanks for the comments as actually are more Interesting than the deals .

  • These deals are like an emotional roller coaster!
    I get excited when I see 20% off cameras (cause I'm looking to buy a new one).. then get disappointed when I only see one store with the discount.

    Need to sit down and have some Valium methinks


  • +7 votes

    If Ebay really insist on making this complex certain sellers, certain items coupons they really need to make a simple search mechanism.
    Even the current POLAR20 code is only really usable thanks to the links on OzBargain.

  • Sub par inflated deals yet the eBay bots are in full upvoting swing!

  • Very disappointing laptop deals.

  • Rubbish sale. So many items jacked in the mobile section…

  • I don't know whether to vote for the Op's effort or to down vote to make it clear to EBay that this is a useless promotion…

  • So many complaints… personally I think this is one of the better discount codes because it goes up to $1,000 off, and TVs are included. You can get the LG 65" C9 Oled for $1000 less than everyone else is selling it for. The price was not jacked.

  • Ipad Air 2019 64 gb wifi for $662. Is that a good price?

  • Pretty good deal on Lenovo


    1 TB SSD, and max specs and Special screen

    For $2k.

    I'm waiting for Gen 4 so i wont buy

    • This uses the POLAR20 code, which ends 14 July, not the PINENUT code of this deal.

      Should have been posted there instead 😉

      (Same 20% discount, though.)

  • Got iPhone in previous deal (10% Off) about a week back. XS MAX 512 GB for $1781.10. That was pretty amazing.
    Tried posting that as a deal but OzB wdn’t let me do. The seller here is blocked for sock-Puppetting.
    Looking for prices a week back vs now, clearly a mark up has happened now.

  • I honestly don't think these "eligible items" ebay deals are acceptable.
    It's like if coles or woolies did a "15-20% OFF SALE!!!!" but there are no discounted prices shown througout the store and you only find out if the items you chose are on sale when you get to the checkout and say the magic word - it's bullshit and no other stores that are posted on ozbargain do it.

  • Anyone help me with iPad 9.7" case and covers please? thanks

  • Looking to buy an Oppo as a cheap phone for my old man, can anyone shed some light on the models and what to look for. Budget $2-300 but happy to pay a bit more for a better model. The r11s comes down to $334 which seems to be the cheapest after a Google search. Obviously happy to pay the least amount also if it means not too much difference between their $2-500 phones.

    I'm otherwise open to other phones if anyone has experience in the lower end of the market.

    He'll mainly take a few calls and browse some YouTube/Facebook, decent camera would be good as he loves to take some snaps, other uses he'll just be tethering to the ipad I donated to him.

    The NBN cut over disconnected their landline and my folks don't really need the data (mum has her own mobile plan) so they haven't bothered signing up to anything new.

  • Can someone who has ebay plus check these links for me? The images says 15% off with PISTACHIO but it isn't a Apple or a Mobile.

    I don't want to waste a free trial only for these to be listed wrong. Thank you :)

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