expired 20% off 117 Selected Sellers (Max Discount $300) @ eBay

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Another day, another ebay sale. Don't forget cashback!

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thanks murpha

2.Offer Period. This offer commences at 10.00 (AEST) on 8 August 2019 and ends at 23:59 (AEST) on 17 August 2019 (“Offer Period”).
3.Conditions. The offer entitles you to 20% off the purchase price (excluding postage costs) on items at Selected Sellers, up to a maximum discount of $300 per transaction. Multiple items may be purchased in up to a maximum of five transactions (up to a maximum of 10 items per transaction). All monetary amounts specified in these terms and conditions are in Australian dollars (AUD).
4.“Selected Sellers” means the participating sellers listed at the end of these terms and conditions, as amended from time to time.
5.Exclusions. This offer does not apply to items listed by the Selected Sellers in the following category: Gift Cards (184609).

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abimports.store
Acqua Bathrooms
Action Bike Ski
Amber Technology Clearance Store
Appliance Central
Aquaholics Aquarium Supplies
AusAuc
Australiancamerasales
Ausu Tek
auziselling
Bargene E-store
Bathroom Reno
Beyblades
Bubble Grow Hydroponics
Bufferstock
BuyCool
Camerastore Australia
Camping Bargains
casaREGALO
Chalet Online
Click Depot
Crazy
Crazy Victor
crazysalesaustralia
Custom Home Theater
DCXPERT
Decor Point
Direct Factory Sale
Dollars Warehosue
dreamo.living
Dungeon Crawl Australia
Eastlakes Electronics
Edisons
Excel Store Online
Exeed Australia
Fab Living
Flex Fitness Equipment
Flora Livings
FTC Computers Online
FurReal
Futu Online
Games We Played
GFL Marketplaces
Gioia Casa Store
Global Export Online
Golf Globe National Discount Centre
Golf Mate Ebisu
GolfBox
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GraysOnline Australia
Green Concept Lighting
hardtofind
Hardware Shop to You
Hasbro Gaming
Home Online Superstore
Hottest Deals Australia
hpaustralia
ihartTOYS
IOT Hub
IT_Clearance_Company
KG Electronic
Knives Online
Lenovo
Life -Style-Store
Linen Dreams
Luxoliving
Luxury Bedding Melbourne
Mansfield Hunting & Fishing
marvel_outlet
Matchbox Australia
mi_official_store
Mobile Mattress
My Phonez
Mytopiastore
Napf_Electronics
National Garage
Need 1 Industrial & Safety
NERF
NES Printer Supplies and Services
Nofrillssydney
Outbax Camping
oz_toserba
OZTEAM STORE
Pet and Live Stock HQ
peterzhong2011
phoneinc_digital
Planet Linen
Play-Doh
Press Play Audio
Radio Parts
Salesbayau
Shop Now Australia
Side Kick Mobile
Simple Homewear
Smart Flash
SOBRE Smart Living
Sony Australia
SPLENDID&CO
Stadium_Sports
Sydney Mobiles
Sydneytec
Tech Mall
Tiimeless Design
Tommy Swiss
Top Choice Lighting
Transformers
Treasure PC Online
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Comments

  • +9 votes

    Give me a retailer with 20% of the Hisense 75” R8 so I can finally buy the bloody thing!!!

    • -5 votes

      Just buy a projector instead.

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        I'm trying to decide this for our media room build. Stick with the 65 OLED I've been wanting or change to a projector

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        I’ve never even entertained the thought of a projector personally. Not a videophile by any means so just looking at the best 75” screen for the money.

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          It's been a few years since I looked at them as an option, they used to be pretty much useless unless the room was fully darkened. To those recommending them is this any different now?

          • +3 votes

            @conan2000: Projectors are great for a Cinema experience, though hard to disagree for most people a 75" wouldn't be better for day to day viewing.
            For a day to day projector setup to be as good, you need a decent screen, costing 2k-6k. So given this thread is about Hisense, a projector is out.
            Don't get me wrong, projectors still offer the best cinema experience, but day to day what what I have seen of various mid to high setups, were all inferior to the Hisense.

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            @conan2000: nope.. better but still best in low to no light

      • +1 vote

        second, the projector recommendation, if you want value for money:
        https://ausmedia.com.au/price/viewsonic-px727-4k-uhd-cinema-...

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      On the same boat, keep me posted if you see any :)

      What do you think of R8 compared to Samsung's Q60?

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        Appliance Central seem to have it listed but with $230 delivery???

        Being honest, I’ve only really compared Hisense TV’s i.e R7/R8 vs last years equivalents. Purely based on price and features, the big ones being Dolby Vision/Atmos and built-in Bluetooth, I didn’t think other brands offered the same bang-for-ya-buck.

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          Just my unwanted opinion, but it seems this year Samsung's and Sonys are not as good as last years models.
          Now I am not saying that Hisense is better, just that the latest Hisense is slightly improved vs' last year, while Sony and Samsung's products have gone back slightly.
          The Sony and Samsung premium models are superior TV's, but gets more difficult to justify the premium every year while the gap closes.

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            @spammenotinoz: Hisense has been improving steadily from what I've read, but what do you mean that Samsung and Sony have taken a step back this year?

            I have a Samsung that's a couple of years old now, and Im thinking about buying one for a family member, because it's just so good.

            I want them to experience it for themselves (they're not into TV that much).

            But I think it's worth it for the phone screen mirroring alone (I have a Samsung phone and a Samsung TV and they're just dedigned to work together seamlessly), and streaming things like YouTube on a big screen when I find decent videos.

            The built in IPTV apps alone are worth the price premium imho (I can watch literally thousands of channels from around the world for less than half of what I pay for Foxtel).

            Where do you think Samsung has taken a step back, and whivh model(s) or series?

            I'm just curious what you meant by it because I'm mot sure if some of the features I mentioned have been affected.

            I can gòogle it, but it would be easier if you gave me an idea where to start.

            Thanks.

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              @BooYa: It's subjective, but take the Samsung, the 2018 models were excellent. The 2019 models add Alexa and Google, however, the sound drops from 2.1 channels to 2 (half the watts and drops the woofer).
              The 2019 model dropped the snappy quad core for the new neurocessor picture engine. May likely improve with updates but does some strange things to the colours. The 2019 models also have slightly larger bezels.

              A lot of people find the new engine more natural. Whatever you get check them out in store.

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                @spammenotinoz: Thanks a lot mate, that is actually very helpful.

                It makes a lot of sense to me, and is a great starting point for my 'research' into what has changed for worse.

                My TV is pre Alexa and Google, two features I really wanted to see implemented, but not at the expense of other things (eg. I bought a 50 inch TV for my bedroom and I was surprised how 'loud' and clear the speakers were).

                Then again, it's a small bedroom, in the lounge I'd probably have to connect it to a sound bar, but then again maybe I wouldn't have to.

                Because other than Xbox games I don't need a lot of volume anyway, and I just use headphones when I play.

                That extra soundbar which I'd need to get for my parent(s) would not only add to the total cost, but would also complicate things for my parents who aren't spring chickens anymore.

                Not to mention the extra cables and the extra room I'd need to set it all up in the bedroom.

                I might just get my older model Samsung TV if I see it sold somewhere.

                Thanks a lot for the heads up mate :)

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      What price would be good for that?

      I remember being tempted by the Sony 75 from a couple weeks back but that was more than double than the 65P8 I bought.

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        No idea TBH but I’d be happy with something around $2.7k I guess. Not going to get that with a $300 cap and $200+ shipping though!

  • +5 votes

    Waiting for OzPlaza too

  • +3 votes

    Its been a while ebay where have you been

  • -1 vote

    Waiting for search link

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    Link to the list of items in the sale (not a proper search link yet, sorry): https://www.ebay.com.au/e/coupon-offers/20-off-tech-sales-au...

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    Dam, I just ordered from "Aquaholics Aquarium Supplies" yesterday

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      Maybe return and reorder? Good to see fellow aquarium hobbyists on ozbargain. Not many I don’t think.

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        AquaNerd, checking in!

        Just moved house and had to break down my three-year-old tropical tank, which sucked.
        On the upside, I managed to convince the missus I had to buy all new gear for it!

        (Associated with National.Garage, ticked the box for safety)

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    at last , a non ebay plus code

  • +42 votes

    Search Links:

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  • +11 votes

    I noticed Wireless1 just increased the price of my watched item by, ta-da, 20%, so there could be another group of sellers about to pop up soon with their "20%" discount.

    • +5 votes

      Report them to accc

      • +2 votes

        I's say they get around ACCC claims as they can report that they previously they had their 'own introductory (or clearance, or birthday, or whatever) sale', and it's now going to their 'correct price'. Store increases pricing, that's not an ACCC issue.

        As eBay is the one offering the 20%, the retailer is not 'jacking'. Easy loophole when someone else is offering to do the sale.

        eBay wins. Getting 'free' advertising without actually having a sale. It's a smart move if people are unaware.

        It'd be interesting to hear from one of the store reps in regards to these eBay deals, but I'm sure they'd sign a NDA.

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          Often simple to check that by looking at the price history. That's the easy part because the ACCC really pays lip service to Ebay and its sellers [seemingly] contravening ACL.

      • +4 votes

        I've already reported eBay to the ACCC (for allowing, nay ENCOURAGING price jacking as well as sales on 'eligible' items without specifying what they are and 'sitewide' sales that are actually very limited).

        I hope lots of others do the same thing so the ACCC gets the message that consumers are not happy.

    • +2 votes

      "noted"

    • +4 votes

      yep they increase their price on the Samsung 860 evo ssd

    • +5 votes

      too bad ebay is not like kogan else they would've been taken to court: https://www.accc.gov.au/media-release/kogan-in-court-for-all...

      • +3 votes

        Prima facie it appears that Ebay AND some sellers are party to promoting discounts which are misleading consumers. If the ACCC was doing its job it would pick an example and fine both the facilitator (Ebay) and the seller, forcing one or both to test the law before the courts.

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          they'll just say they dont control the seller's actions

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            @FeZZa21: given that its selected sellers, meaning its a collaboration to opt in with specific terms, even if they dont control their actions, they are both responsible for all aspects of the sale, just as they would be able to reap any benefits of the sale

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            @FeZZa21: However that won't wash IF someone has pointed out that a seller is [possibly] breaking the law and/or contravening Ebay policy re pricing changes and Ebay has failed to act.

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      If they increased it by 20%, and now there's 20% off the total, you're still 4% better off! :)

    • +5 votes

      This WD Blue 4TB HDD from futu_online was listed for $138 during the last sale.
      I bought one when they had listed stock and got the 20% off as per this offer.

      They cancelled my order saying there was stock issues and relisted at $188 with 0 in stock.
      Now during this 'sale' it's $195.

      Blatent price jacking.

      https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/WD-Blue-4TB-3-5-SATA-Internal-Ha...

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        Yet you don't get the deal 🤦‍♂️

      • +1 vote

        Please report it to the ACCC. Everyone will benefit if the ACCC receives enough complaints about this sort of thing and takes action.

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          Reported it to eBay and I'm trying to escalate. What really needs to happen is 100+ people from OzBargain to get together and complain.

  • +13 votes

    Having looked through, it seems there are very few actual bargains - mostly just pricejacking or expensive sellers :(

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    Almost all items over $599 at mi_official_store are showing a $300 discount, this can't be right? Eg. Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter M365 $399: https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Xiaomi-Mi-Electric-Scooter-M365/...

  • +4 votes

    Keeps saying code cannot be applied to my order. It is a Samsung SSD 970 Evo plus from Futu online.

  • +4 votes

    Pricing Errors galore with the code Postie.

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    can get airpods 2 with wireless charging case for $231, so pretty good deal there if people were considering them

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    AirPods 2 with wireless charging case for $231 with seller it_clearance_company. Anyone bought from them before? https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Apple-MRXJ2ZA-A-AirPods-2nd-Gene...

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      Looks like it was an error. Discount was gone after i refreshed the page. Went to checkout and applied the code and got the correct 20% off discount.

      EDIT: I should add that other stores had high discounts for AirPods too and have also had the discounts on those pages disappear.

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    I can't apply the code to SydneyMobiles. Something is wrong.

  • +9 votes

    Even with search links, these deals are so hard to search on eBay.

  • +2 votes

    Both the 20% off and 5% coupons are showing a bigger discount than you actually get when looking, compared to buying. Be careful people.

  • +1 vote

    What 144hz monitor should i buy? i want 27+ at 1440p and maybe a VA panel? freesync will be fine as im buying a 5700xt.

  • +19 votes

    All the PC stores have jacked their prices disgusting behavior as usual its a neg for me.

    EG https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Corsair-Vengeance-LPX-16GB-2x8GB... $155

    https://www.computeralliance.com.au/16gb-ddr4-corsair-(2x8gb)-cmk16gx4m2a2400c14-2400mhz-vengeance-lpx-black-ram CA normal price $149.

  • +3 votes

    Dell's eBay page is promoting the discount code, but they're not on the list and it isn't working at checkout. Maybe more stores to come?

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    Trying to find a Lenovo M10 to come on special or the Samsung, thanks for link sure I will find something to buy lol

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    Any suggestions for a light gaming laptop (DOTA2) please?

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    Wow eBay actually put all the companies in alphabetical order on their page!

    How professional!

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