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3% off Eligible Items (Min $30 Spend) @ eBay

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POOL3

(Eligible Items) Works at pretty much all retailers Sony, TGG, Bing Lee, Myer, Microsoft, Powerlandau, Big W, Appliance Online, House, TGG, Shaver Shop, Chemist Warehouse

Terms & conditions
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 is available for a limited time only, for as long as it is advertised by eBay on www.ebay.com.au (“Offer Period”). eBay reserves the right to cancel the offer at any time.
Conditions. The offer entitles you to 3% off the purchase price (excluding postage costs) on Eligible items listed on www.ebay.com.au when you spend $30 or more in one transaction during the offer period, up to a maximum discount of $1000 per transaction. Multiple items may be purchased in 10 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 POOL3 is displayed in the item listing.
Redemption. To redeem this offer during the Offer Period, enter the redemption code POOL3 into the redemption code box 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 10 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.
eBay rights. Without limiting other remedies and in addition to eBay’s rights under the User Agreement, eBay reserves the right to disallow or reverse a discount or prohibit access to this offer in circumstances where eBay believes:
you have provided false information, conspired with others to gain an unfair advantage or have otherwise been involved in any way in manipulating, interfering or tampering with the conduct of this offer;
a sale or purchase of any item as part of this offer has not been made in good faith, including where eBay considers that the buyer and seller may be related parties (such as family members or parties sharing the same dwelling); or
buyers or sellers have engaged in collusive conduct or any other conduct which eBay considers unfair, fraudulent or untoward.

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  • This is game changing.

  • HUGGEEEEEE

  • Did someone say KFC?

  • I read 30%, so disappointed by 3%. Will still upvote to help eBay with their marketing!

  • At least it is not an [EBay Plus] exclusive.

  • hahaha rip the edit on title

  • yasssssssssss

  • +6 votes

    Stop the press… 3% off Eligible Items!..

    Couldnt even make it site wide.

  • They say "something is better than nothing" but this is really pushing it.

    • Pushing it?! It was bruce lee axe kicked into submission.

    • I mean it barely covers the postage eBay plus members now also have to pay on eBay plus items.

      • Stop trying to ruin the momentum of a major deal.. look at this way you purchase sometime $40 save a whoppin $1.20, it’s a hot day you are $1.20 ahead, head to maccas buy a large frozen coke for $1 with $0.20 to spare #winning

      • What? Isn't the only attraction of ebay plus the free shipping? You don't even get that now?

  • Well I am guessing with only 3% they probably won't even be bothered to jack up the price.

  • +7 votes

    eBay's crap!! I've switched to Amazon basically to buy my stuff!! No good for selling also lately as expensive fees!!

  • Ebay is getting lower and lower

  • +15 votes

    eBay 'deals' have become more annoying than the Udemy spam.

    No other store would be up-voted for having 3% off.

    • here they come the NEGATRONS lol, point you miss is eBay pays for the code not the retailer, agree it's insignificant but dont get why people are so emotionally hurt by it lol

      • But the retailers decide to mark up their prices…

        • That’s a myth.. yeah happens on the 20% deals, but the 3%_5% deals do you think tgg, big w, Microsoft etc is going to call a emergency team meeting to talk price jacking strategies to cover the enormous 3-5% off 😂

          • @RogueWolf: is it a myth or does it happen? you seem to contradict yourself. All I know is it has been proven time and time again on ozbargain to happen.

            • @lonewolf: as said happens on the 20% deals mostly by computer retailers, some mistake sales prices that have ended just prior to 20% off deals by tgg, myer, bing lee etc.. as price jacking, I haven't seen it on the 3-5% deals & if it is happening there it would be the smaller stores, end of the day always have the choice to shop elsewhere

      • +2 votes

        here they come the NEGATRONS

        Damn. You had that one ready to go before you even submitted this deal, hey?

      • This is not true. I have an anchor store on eBay and we pay a portion of the discount. This is the reason why some places need to increase the price a little. Last few months I paid about $1000 to help cover these promotion fees.

        • interesting, is that built into your package price or do they charge you on-top when codes are released?

          • @RogueWolf: It is charged on top all all fees paid. The packages just reduce your % on final value fees and gives you additional perks here and there.

            At the end we end up paying, final value fee, promotion fee, PayPal fee and then the discount code contribution.

            • @yamborghini: that sucks, understandable why some need to price jack, not left with much of a margin

              • @RogueWolf: Speak of the devil, just got notified that Ebay are running a new summer campaign

                https://imgur.com/r70cqNe

                They want 15% this time. I definitely won't be participating in that. This will be the 20% off coupon codes then.

                • @yamborghini: They should label it: You’re Invited To lose Money

                  Ridiculous they only cover 5% of the 20%, didn’t it used to be 9% eBay 11% retailer.. would have to think the bigger retailers are getting much better terms, incentives otherwise no idea they are profiting after discounts/shipping costs/PayPal fees etc

        • 'Glad you explain it from the sellers' end. Too many people here make ill-informed comments about discount codes and price jacks ;-)

  • is this a joke 3% lol you probably get more from cashback, are there bots upvoting this xd

    • with this amazing deal not only will you save more than shopback 1-3% that you have to wait months to get back, discount is instant & you can stack it with earning qantas points #winning

    • Not true, most of the worthwhile stuff are 1% through Shopback. 3% are for the high profit margin stuff like clothing/jewellery which you can get outside Ebay/Shopback on massive discounts like 40-70% off at outlet stores. Not to mention the amount of effort and time to get the sequence of steps right for tracking, even then it's still hit and miss. My latest success rate was 1/3 orders that I made with Shopback, so the odd was worse than flipping a coin. I'd much rather see the discount immediately than rely on Shopback for the cash back!

  • This is amazing, with it being only 3% off it might not be worth their while price jacking, so we may actually end up with a discount.

  • why do I have a strange feeling OP may be secretly employed by eBay..?

    • Because you have no concept of sarcasm?

      • thanks for the neg. do you really think this is a bargain ? if the stores mentioned above had a 3% off eligible items or even sitewide sale and if this so-called bargain was posted on here, it would most likely disappear from the crazy negging. so why does eBay deserve this?

        the fact OP is literally defending eBay from all the complaints on these bargains really makes me question whether OP is employed by eBay or not.

        • tinfoil hat conspiracy time.. yes & I am paid well by eBay to defend them lol

          here's my simple reason for defending eBay/trolling the negs that are emotionally damaged by the 3% off

          1. It is covered by eBAY not the retailer
          2. Its something for nothing, if you are about to buy something on sale from say tgg, big W etc but they have the same listing on eBay with extra 3% off which are you going to choose? the obvious, though insignificant saving is a saving
          3. OzBargainers expectation from eBay at times are bordering ridiculous, up to the retailers that list on eBay to have the best prices, if they dont shop elsewhere, eBay doesn't control the price
          4. cant think of 4 skip to 5
          5. Neg me you dirty little NEGATRONS lol
  • Tried it on a $4000+ watch being sold by a private Australian seller. Did not work. Pointless.

  • Not even the sellers will bother pricejacking this by 2%.

  • +11 votes

    Enough with the "eligible" items bs.. Just give your customers a blanket x% off across the site instead of nitpicking. Ebay is really starting to piss me off with these so called "deals".

    • Are you Ok?

    • Look at the amount of up votes these meaningless eBay sales get. Its not eBay's fault. eBay could offer a 0.50% sitewide sale, and the ozbargain community would shower the company with praise.

      • I doubt more than 5 of those upvotes are genuine.

      • Its not eBay's fault. eBay could offer a 0.50% sitewide sale, and the ozbargain community would shower the company with praise.

        Only part of Ozbargain is like that and you are exhibit A mate…

  • Oh Ebay, you shouldn't have

  • +2 votes

    Stop advertising, these non deals should be removed for spamming!!

  • Does anybody know the story behind the coupon codes all starting with 'p'?

  • Not significant but a discount is a discount. I'm sure it will save me a buck somewhere. Cheers OP.

  • eBay can stick that 3% and eligible items back up their own a$$.

  • +2 votes

    this is a great discount, better than my pay rise.

  • 90cents of $30 min spend is not a deal.

    • Enjoy the current option of 1% 30c on most items from cashrewards and shopback in 3 mths instead Bud :)

    • But when a item comes up at say $500 & it’s already the cheapest around, & there is no other discounts codes I assume you wouldn’t use the 3% $15 saving if it is available, think son think.. it’s a last resort code if no other codes available

  • What happened to the good old days when ebay plus wasn’t a thing, and we would get 10% even sometimes 15% off site wide. Breaks my ozbargain heart!

    • On the flip side, impulse buys are down this year, I've been saving a stack of money not buying useless shit I dont need - Thanks eBay :)

  • Imagine everyone was a little smart ! I know its impossible .

    First on your Ebay items you would try the largest % codes , progressively going to the lowest ones .

    This is another code for the arsenal :)

    BTW a couple weeks ago there was virtually none !

    • some just don’t get it.. some do, but fun fact everyone will use it if no other code is available

  • Wow nice this discount saved me enough to put a deposit on a house

  • 3% - How generous

  • Yeah 3% is pitiful but be respectful to OP.

  • Nekminit 2% discount next round.

  • Saw this on the news….genuine discount. Great stuff ebay, we love you

  • One positive is ebay is bucking the trend for minimum spend. I remember when it was up over $100! Still 3% is ok but only if it's sitewide. You can't expect customers to keep trying out all kinds of different items to see if it's accepted. Half of its stated under the item if it is, the other eligible half you have to find out in the cart. That's just bad business.

  • Couldn’t get it to work with any item I’m my cart. Must be some pretty strict eligibility criteria

  • works at spotlight

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