expired $10 / $50 / $100 off Eligible Items When You Spend $100-$499 / $500-$999 / $1000+ @ eBay Australia


Found this while casually browsing eBay and haven't seen it listed anywhere here yet. Not the best coupon code with the current ongoing ones, but some of you may find it useful.

“Eligible Items” means all items listed on eBay.com.au where these terms and conditions are found and the coupon redemption code PAPER is displayed in the item listing.

“Discount” means:
Spend $100 - $499 and save $10
Spend $500 - $999 and save $50
Spend $1000 or more and save $100

Exclusions: Cars, Bikes, Boats (9800), Car & Truck Parts (6030), Coins (11116), Collectables (1), Gift Cards (184609), Other Lots More Items (88433), Real Estate (10542), Services (316), Tickets, Travel (11730)

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  • +38 votes

    Spend $499 and save $10!!

    Well that's some bullshit

  • +16 votes

    I remember when Amazon first came in, I thought there was no way they could compete with eBay, with the sales they put on and the value they had.

    Now, I think the opposite.

    • +12 votes

      I haven't bought anything from eBay for ages now. Always checked and ended up purchasing from Amazon or local retailer. Ebay's crap offers paired with no cashback is a great combo to kick themselves in the gut.

      • +3 votes

        I have still bought a few things from ebay but nothing compared to the volume I used to. I expected there to be some competition when Amazon started but ebay just rolled over and let them take the market. I'd easily do 10 Amazon purchases to every ebay purchase.

      • +1 vote

        And yet I’ve never bought anything via Amazon, only ebay.

        Horses for courses.

      • +6 votes

        eBay is mostly trash these days, unless you are buying from an actual store's ebay account.

        Full of sellers listed as being in Australia who ship directly from China using Chinese logistics companies to forward the freight once it arrives here.

        • -2 votes

          What is the problem with that if you understand that it will take 4-6 weeks to receive the item. It usually pretty easy to work out where the actual seller is located. If I am not in a rush, I am happy to get things for less. I don't think eBay is trash just because some items can take a while.

          • +7 votes

            @dtpearson: Because they're intentionally misleading and it's almost impossible to filter out these sellers and find genuine local ones. Buying from local sellers usually incurred a markup but a faster shipping time and service.

            If I wanted to wait 4-6 weeks I'd just buy from AliExpress, or from a Chinese seller. Not from one lying about being in Australia.

            Same with listings that have multiple items, and they include 1 very cheap item (like a microSD adaptor) so the listing is higher up when you sort by price.

            eBay isn't trash because some items take a while, it's because eBay is completely happy for their sellers to mislead customers like this.


              @ILikeBargenz: What's even more frustration is that eBay's robot scraper doesn't seem to acknowledge old accounts or inactive accounts.

              You can google search things that lead to a direct eBay link, the link still opens, but you can't add the product because the account is gone!!

              Happens to me far too often, but also skews the Google shopping data and wastes time filtering out the eBay results.

    • +2 votes

      Yes, not renewing Ebay plus but i'm renewing Amazon Prime. Not really up for playing Ebays game of find the eligible item anymore.


    Saving 2 - 10% Better than nothing


    Do codes like this work with eBay gift cards?


    thanks save 10 on 170 order, better than nothing and the pricing was 30 cheaper than amazon

  • +11 votes

    Go back to sleep eBay you're drunk


    good luck finding eligible items

  • +8 votes

    eBays promotions are getting stupider and worse value all the time.
    Who can be f-ed finding the "eligible items"

    • +3 votes

      Lol yeah, I feel like half their sales are designed to have people accidentally pay full price for an item that's actually on sale. Otherwise, why use the coupon system, and why not have a search bar for the actual items on sale?

  • +10 votes

    “Eligible Items” means all items listed on eBay.com.au where these terms and conditions are found and the coupon redemption code PAPER is displayed in the item listing.

    It seems Ebay Plus is a total failure. And these "Find the needle" offers are poor marketing lookin at most peoples comments.
    Kinda hope people slow down on posting this crap on Ozbargain.

  • +1 vote

    C'mon Ebay - are you reading the feedback on these silly "eligible items" sales?
    Stick with % off site wide & you will end up with substantially more sales.

  • +3 votes

    I knew something was fishy when two days ago a product I was watching went from $499 to $549.95.
    So with the $50 off - it happens to be $499.95.
    Ie: same price as before the PAPER discount


  • +1 vote

    Car parts again excluded :/

    When will they return to the 10% off everything?

    They’re not really interested in increasing sales by the look of things.

    And they still have the restriction on shipping only to Australia.

    This may sound weird to some but I use a shipping consolidator to reduce shipping costs. All my purchases normally go to friends or a shipping consolidator. So ifI use the code I have to pay more to ship to Oz. :(


    Shit deals like this is why I cancelled eBay plus after one year.

  • +4 votes

    eligible items…can't find anything eligible…what's happened to good old days where you could actually buy something


    I want to buy someting $99.98.. what's the cheapest item on eBay plus?


    eBay taken Advantage that amazon international is limited . So Australian customers are screwed in a free open market

  • +1 vote

    Spend & Save on Eligible Items

    $100 - save $10 (10% discount)
    $499 - save $10 (2% discount)

    $500 - save $50 (10% discount)
    $999 - save $50 (5% discount)

    $1000 - save $100 (10% discount)
    $5000 - save $100 (2% discount)

  • +2 votes

    The eligible items shit is getting annoying. Why is the onus on the customer to find out what is on sale?

    Image if Coles or Woolworths had a sale that said "Only on Eligible Items!" And just listed a bunch of dollar $/% discounts without listing any actual products

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