I Have 50+ $2.00 eBay Vouchers - What Should I Buy!?

I have a HEAP of eBay vouchers for around $2.00 - $5.00 that expire in about a week.

The thing is, I can only use these vouchers 1 per purchase - they don't stack!

What are some random cheap finds I could buy so these don't go to waste?

Cables?
Pens?
Toys?
Junk!?

Give me some ideas and I'd be happy to shout a couple of items to the good suggestions!

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  • +3 votes

    if you have kids
    cheap craft stuff (beads, pens etc)
    baking stuff?
    gardening tools
    toys

  • +1 vote
    • Button batteries
    • LED string lights
    • Car air freshener
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      Things I will actually use, nice :D

  • +1 vote

    If you have pets, get a bunch of toy mice/balls for your cat. Or cheap bouncy balls for your dogs

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      No pets but thanks none the less!

  • +2 votes

    Just get a bunch of pens! Stationery is king.

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      Thanks for linking everything, great ideas :)

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    Just filter by price

    I'm more interested on how you get those…. Sharing is caring?

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      I probably could have mentioned it!

      The vouchers are from a Seller promo on eBay where they are giving 10% of sales back as vouchers. Lots of $27.50 sales = lots of $2.75 vouchers haha. If only they stacked.

  • +3 votes

    I'm interested to know how you got so many low value eBay vouchers

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      I probably could have mentioned it!

      The vouchers are from a Seller promo on eBay where they are giving 10% of sales back as vouchers. Lots of $27.50 sales = lots of $2.75 vouchers haha. If only they stacked.

  • +1 vote

    Stickers
    Puzzles - e.g. Tangram
    Watch strap

    Are you looking for $2 or less, or happy to pay a bit more if necessary?

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      Might grab a watch strap for the wife! I'd be happy to put in a little more, I also have just a few vouchers around $10 for some bigger buys too

  • +1 vote

    Skip the button batteries. I've wasted so much time troubleshooting faulty devices (remotes, car keys, etc), and the issues all ended up stemming from those budget chinese button batteries. Paying the $3 for a single button battery from a decent brand (eg energizer) solved everything.

    Don't incentivize those guys to create more landfill.

    304 stainless button head screws (m4/6/8/10) are my budget item of choice

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      Thanks the tips! Saved me with the batteries. might grab some screws.

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      Plus button batteries kill children if swallowed

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    Problem is most cheap stuffs are located in China and your voucher cannot be use to pay GST or postage

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      Oh how lame! Hopefully I find a few in Aus for free.

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    Fidget toys, these are like hot cakes at the moment for the kids!

  • +1 vote

    $1 coins