expired 10% off Eligible Items ($500 Max Discount) @ eBay

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Terms & Conditions

10% off eligible items on eBay

Acceptance. By using or attempting to use the redemption code for this offer, you agree to accept and be bound by these terms and conditions.

Offer Period. This offer commences at 10.00am (AEST) on 23rd August 2019 and finishes 11:59pm (AEST) on 1st Sept 2019 www.ebay.com.au ( “Offer Period” ).

Conditions. The offer entitles you to 10% off the purchase price (excluding postage costs) on all Eligible Items listed on www.ebay.com.au in five transactions during the offer period, up to a maximum discount of $500 per transaction. Multiple items may be purchased in 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).

‘Eligible Items’ means all items listed on eBay.com.au where these terms and conditions are found and the coupon redemption code PONY10 is displayed in the item listing.

Redemption. To redeem this offer during the Offer Period, enter the redemption code PONY10 into the redemption code box on the eBay app during the checkout process. This code cannot be used in conjunction with any other eBay offer, coupon or voucher. You can only use the redemption code five times during the Offer Period. The code is provided to you as an eBay User and the limitations on its usage apply on that basis even though you may have registered a number of different eBay User IDs.

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  • +10 votes

    Can't find anything 'eligible' that I want to buy.

  • +1 vote

    EWhhh…. it always amazes me how they choose an item to be an 'eligible item'

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    Surprisingly, it worked on an item I wanted when the previous 10% code didn't work :) (was going to live with the 5% but glad I held out for another two days).

  • +6 votes

    Ginuwine promo code

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    what is Eligible Items?

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      Whatever you interested and get into the listing to see if it has a tag underneath their asking price “From only $xx”, the it means it is eligible.

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    Great! No minimum spend! Finally

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    Another day, Another Facepalm

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    The T&C link on some? listings are to https://pages.ebay.com.au/Buyer_coupons/pony15 (dead link) so you would assume there is a 15% off coming if you want to hold off. This seller co-funded offer period goes until end of October

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      Can you apply the code if you add the item to your cart?

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        Not sure, probably not.

        For those asking about eligibility this is the same "set" of sellers who opted in to the previous 5% "PATPAT" deal. All of those sellers are locked in until end of October for these various % off deals which eBay "may" increase to up to 20% at some time during this period.

  • +4 votes

    Literally eligible on nothing…

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    Worked on the Dreame carpet head, thanks! https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/477639

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    I can't find anything I want that's eligible within the two codes. I purchased $600 worth of 10% off gift cards about 2 months ago, and have actively been looking for something to stack it with. I regret buying gift cards and I don't think I'll buy them again

    • +1 vote

      I’m the worst at gift cards…

      I’d rather lose the 5% id ‘save’ as I’d probably miss the use of a card and it will just cost me more in the long run

  • +2 votes

    Everything I try is not included. Another feebay failboat.

  • +2 votes

    These "eligible item" restrictions are probably more to increase traffic rather than to provide a bargain right?

  • +1 vote

    Offer an interesting promotional campaign, total cost at price X. Consumers see a good deal and respond, so a strong response can be trumpeted to management.

    After that, all campaigns are measured against the first, so ways to reduce campaign cost must be found while maintaining interest.

    So they muddy total cost with figures involving vendor participation (fees eBay charge to be part of the program) and numbers of people showing some interest, ongoing interest, serious interest, searching similar, etc. (not just buying something)

    No more offers worth their salt, price jacking except where the consumer watchdogs get awoken, so time to move along. Meanwhile back at eBay HQ, everyone's happy, KPIs go up, but overall numbers sag. And such is how the eBay gravytrain powers on towards the point at which the track runs out.

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      But you aren’t allowed to downvote in this platform

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        Yep. And every promo is promoted with the same name but worse Ts&Cs than the last. I have 10 items to buy on ebay.com.au, and despite the claim of 10% off, not one is 'eligible'.

        Last year, these promos meant that all 10 would be subject to a 10% discount.

        Then slowly, 7 or 8, and gradually less. Now whenever you buy something at the cheaper end of the available prices, it isn't 'eligible'.

        Meanwhile, eBay investors just yacht around between their various tax-havens or leave carbon-rich trails from NYC to Zurich in their Leerjets. Its getting to the point that all things eBay will be added to my vendor blacklist.

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          Meanwhile, eBay investors just yacht around between their various tax-havens or leave carbon-rich trails from NYC to Zurich in their Leerjets

          Whilst supporting measures to save the planet because they have heavily invested in renewables, carbon trading companies, etc.

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            @heal: We all do that, it's tax-effective, and at their level, and even just 1% of profit (which is up to them to define-even when and where) buys a lot of influence too. Have you looked at how much support they provide that isn't attached to tax incentives in the locales they generate revenue in, and the returns they (and their other invested entities, other strategically helpful entities, etc.) are able to illicit from the receiving parties/states, etc.? We might think we can see how much profit they make, but unless you know where the returns from the investments (inc. donations) arise, it is impossible to close the circle. With multinational companies like these, its been shown time and time again, the only time they even pay tax is when someone can actually close the circle and show where the money is actually spilling out.

            Few are at a size that can actually do anything about the issues that count, and we aren't seeing them preventing global deforestation to cheapen fast food production or grow palm oil for the food and supermarket supply multinationals- none of these multinationals are even beginning to make any real change to the issues that pose existential threats to the world. They haven't started, and of those that can, they won't until it's too late.

            But I hope you're right

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    Doesn't seem to work for either of the items I've tried

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    "By using or attempting to use the redemption code"…There's your problem.

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    Worked on a couple of Osprey luggage. Thanks!

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