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5% off $50 Minimum Spend on Eligible Items @ eBay


Another day, another EBay code. Don't shoot the messenger. I am just making people aware of another code to use, some people may benefit.
Apple iPad Pro 12.9" 2018 3rd Gen.[WiFi+4G] 512GB $1899.05 RRP $2269
Apple iPad Air 2019 10.5" [64GB WiFi] $673.55 RRP $779
P.S. I am not endorsing this seller or items.

Offer Period. This offer commences at 10:00 (AEDT) on 2 March 2020 and ends at 23:59 (AEDT) on 31 March 2020 (“Offer Period”).
Conditions. The offer entitles you to 5% off the purchase price (excluding postage costs) on Eligible items listed on ebay.com.au when you spend $50 or more, 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 PLAID5 is displayed in the item listing.

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  • 5% and an Easter egg hunt. Meh.

  • 5% that is pretty low

  • "Eligible Items" aren't even searchable. Hardly a deal

  • +3 votes

    I don't get out of bed for less than 10%…

  • Can we just ban ebay spam? they're throwing out "eligible items" every 5 hours just to occupy ozbargain page 1.

  • Perhaps better for individual oP to post only real sales item
    In such as those Real Sales from Amazon instead of blanket 5% to 15% of selected items . ( imagine if amazon is doing that )

  • Another waste of time "eligible" post.

    • I know, waste of my unpaid time looking up, finding suitable examples, verifying the code does work, typing and formatting before submitting…so that entitled people can complain why the bargains are not handed to them on a silver plate ;-)

      • Don't take it personally OP. Neg wasn't by intention aimed at the poster but more rather at eBay and their scummy tactics at tricking people like us into thinking their deal is worth the Easter hunt.

        Cute thumbnail btw.

        • No worry. My comment was also general. I thought it was useful to know all possible discount codes to try, pitiful they may be, at least there is a chance of a saving, rather than none at all. P.S. That’s a WA native quokka on the thumbnail.

          • @Buy2Much: Thanks OP. Managed to get a very specific item I’ve never seen for less than $1100 for about $1047 with postage. Was pretty much going to buy one at full price today after work as it’s rather urgent and I need it by the end of the week.

  • Code should be Aids, These types of deals should be banned, eligible products 🤦‍♂️


    By applying the code, you lose the cashback too

  • +4 votes

    'Eligible' deals should be banned

  • This deal isn’t eligible to be on ozbargain

  • Same nonsense as the other eBay deal.

  • If u need the Boost 150 starter pack quickly, this is included. Just bought one.

  • 12 items in cart. None eligible. Screw ebay and their eligible items only

  • Every eBay deal that's posted means that pegaxs tanastra solidussnake neo stevtom27 Et al, will hit the negative button and complain about "eligible items" "not searchable" ad nauseum!! Get over it, you've made your point, just shop somewhere else. So many stores will have sales on "eligible items". TGG has a 15% off sale on Samsung TV's but not LG. I want to buy an LG TV but I'm not going to down vote every TGG deal on OzBargain.

    • The difference is you 'know its for Samsung TVs.

      The equivalent would be if TGG said there's 15% off some stuff in the store, possibly TVs, but we aren't going to tell you which items - you need to ask the price for every TV to find out if its included or not.

      • I agree, that’s for 15% off and it’s on a designated line of products.That’s worth the search on a single store. But 5% off site wide and on random items is a joke.

  • It is such a challenge to find a product associated with a particular code especially when they are running 3-4 codes at one time. Ridiculous

  • This code seems to have expired. It was working last Thursday but now I am getting the following message:
    Unfortunately, this code no longer works. Please continue with your order.

    • Seems like Ebay is pulling off this and other codes early, leaving only the "participating sellers" codes.

  • Can eBay really do this, advertise the expiry date as of 31 March then shorten it, Isn't this fail marketing?