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15% off Selected Sellers When Paying with Afterpay @ eBay (Apple AirPods Pro $318.75 Del @ FFT, Xiaomi Mi Curved $619.65)


Offer Period. This offer will be available for as long as it is displayed by eBay at https://www.ebay.com.au/e/coupon-offers/15-off-tech-afterpay… or while stocks last (“Offer Period”). eBay may, at its discretion, decide not to proceed with or continue the Coupon Offer.
Conditions. The offer entitles you to 15% off the purchase price (excluding postage costs) on Eligible items listed on https://www.ebay.com.au/e/coupon-offers/15-off-tech-afterpay… when you spend $1 or more in one transaction during the Offer Period and check out using Afterpay. A maximum discount of $225 per transaction applies. 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 PIN4TECH is displayed in the item listing.

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  • +1

    Thanks mate but Expired?

  • Shows $318.75 to me

  • +6

    Note to anyone who hasn't used Afterpay before and is hesitant - you can pay off the debt immediately/as soon as you want with no penalties - so you can essentially use it like any other payment gateway with one extra step - which is probably worth it for the 15% off!

      • +1

        that's a lot of reaching lol

      • +2

        You’re supporting a company that seems to act like a pay day advance loan shark targeting idiots who can’t manage money.

        Isn't it effectively just a layby, except you get your items upfront?

        • -1

          I'm not a fan of lay-bys either. Always believe if you can't afford it now, you can't afford it.

          But it want to make the comparison, After-Pay stings you with large fees for late payments. Using Target's lay-by as an example, if you miss a payment, you get a full refund minus only $3.

          It's seems After-Pay's business model is subsidize store discounts, then hope some stupid millennial won't make a few payments and they make a profit that way.

          • @PainToad: I'm sure their business model is taking a cut from retailers in exchange for using their service.

        • I love that afterpay has managed to convince people it's like layby. It's clearly a short term loan for people who want things now and will "figure out how to pay for them later". This isn't necessarily terrible, but there's a reason why payday loans, credit cards, pawn shops etc all get thought of as "traps" and then the industry has to find a new way to package the same thing without the stigma.

          • +1


            I love that afterpay has managed to convince people it's like layby.

            Never under estimate the power of effective marketing on millennials.

          • @chrismelba: I can afford the items I buy but I always pay through afterpay if the option exists. Ignoring every else and going to the basics of finance, the longer you can hold onto your money the better it is.

            I can see how your comment may be relevant to some people but it is overgeneralising. I'm sure a lot of us just use it because of the opportunity cost.

      • You're wrong, Afterpay still make money even if they never charge a late fee. Yes they do charge tens of millions a year in late fees and that's kinda sad. But I'm sure Afterpay would rather people pay on time and continue using the service for decades longer, because earning a small percentage of decades worth of spending is more valuable than earning a large percentage of late fees right now for a customer that obviously isn't going to stick around very long. You're right that Afterpay should do more to educate the average financially illiterate person on the benefits of avoiding all late fees.

      • Not sure why you are neg'ed. I have seen multiple people refused loans due to the use of services like this.

    • Is there any credit check involved, i.e. will it show up on your credit report as an enquiry (and thus negatively impact your credit score)?

      • They general won’t, but reserve the right to do so.

        Regardless, a lender will still see AfterPay repayments on a bank statement however, and may draw their own conclusions.

        • +1

          They will draw their own conclusions taking into account your whole financial situation. It's unlikely that the mere fact that you have used Afterpay is a mark against your name.

    • +1

      Yeah Afterpay is fine if you pay them by the payment dates. Think of it like a credit card with specific interest free payment terms and a tiny $1500 limit. If you're the kind of person who always pays your bills on time then you'll never pay anything extra for using Afterpay. Afterpay still make a little bit of money by charging the merchant a small percentage. The merchant makes money because often the customer never would have bought the item in the first place if it weren't for Afterpay. $1500 at once is way more than the average person's free spending money from a single pay. Everyone wins, except those foolish enough not to pay it off in time.

  • allphone xiaomi 34' monitor $636 paying with afterpay with code.

    • Yes same deal as when they first launched it more than a week ago.

  • +1

    For this deal, I'm pretty sure you don't need to actually use afterpay, just select it and then pay off your whole order with gift card and the coupon is still valid from previous experience

  • $517 for aussie stock Samsung Tab S6 lite seems alright: https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/164189062214

    • +1

      should be $489.09 after code

      • Oh yeah lol my bad

  • How is Airpods Pro for fit and comfort compared to the original Airpods. I'm worried those rubber tips won't fit snuggly in my ear, like am I going to have to keep pushing them back in every 5 minutes? I they work then great..

    • I didn't have an issue with the original Airpods, but I know many who did. Check out the video review by TheVerge where comfort+fit is a primary focus of the review: https://www.theverge.com/2019/11/1/20942472/apple-airpods-pr…

      • Thanks, yeah I like the original in terms of comfort, but the sound quality isn't great with no isolation, (although that can be handy as sometimes you actually want to hear outside noise!). Rubber tips don't always fit great in my ears though…

  • +2

    Just a heads up, the Xiaomi 34" Monitor from Gearbite is a parallel import, the official australian stock version is from Allphones/Mobileciti.

    • +3

      No official Xiaomi service centres in Australia so you have to return back to store anyway. Plus delivery to Sydney would cost $20 while gearbite as free return + 0 dead pixel policy warranty 2 years.

    • The product is the same, just different suppliers. Two years local warranty with 0 pixels and free return is great. It only works against you buying from gearbite if they close down.

  • Bring fish screen?

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