A Bunch of Tiny eBay Vouchers, What to Do?

I've got a bunch of little vouchers on my ebay account, about 20-25. Any ideas on how best to use it?

They have no minimum spend and range from $1-$35 (most of them are $1-5).

I'm starting to run out of ideas since I don't need anything. I've been spending the higher denominations on prepaid auspost letters, but I think I have enough now. Thinking of maybe just buying stamps

The smaller denominations I've been spending on silly dongles/adapters but I've ran out of ideas and have started to buy random little stuff from officeworks for click and collect (mostly pencils and tape).

There's no real way to convert these little vouchers to money hey?

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  • +4 votes

    Any ideas on how best to use it?

    Buy Butt Scratcher(s)

    • +4 votes

      Butt scratcher!

      • +1 vote

        OP should know better, it's like having glasses on forehead and asking where are my glasses :)

      • +9 votes

        Butt scratcher here!

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          Even your initials are good value :)

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            @SF3: Well that’s just BS

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              @jjjaar:

              range from $1-$35 (most of them are $1-5).

              Perfect for the said price range.

      • +1 vote

        Because every forum post needs a soundtrack: https://youtu.be/Tkd9ycxCJBI?t=12

        and

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z2PkVxynuiY

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    Get a bunch of assorted decorative coins and give them away to strangers: https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/265134469380

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      Will I get weird looks from people if I did that?

      • +4 votes

        If you hand them in person, then definitely.

        For me, I gave them away in anonymous ways on trips to the city. Leaving them on plates at restaurants, leaving them on tables in food courts and bars, on the floor in busy walkways, anywhere someone would find one and might take it out of curiosity. I've always loved being the cause of fun mysteries, hoping that people might take it home and keep it as a trinket and a story.

        I've done this for a few different things, but mysterious coins are almost always taken. Tiny toys or weird plastic things are either ignored or only catch a small glance, but coins turn heads.

  • +2 votes

    Batteries.. I always find that I always in need of CR2032.

    • +1 vote

      I'm already loaded with CR2032. I've got another decade supply of them for my car keys I reckon (assuming they don't expire before then).

    • +3 votes

      Yeah. Kids are always eating them. Need to restock, it’s cheaper than baits

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    give them away to ur fellowozbargainers?

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      They're probably account locked coupons

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    "What is this??? AN EBAY FOR ANTS?!"

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      In sin bin until 12/06/2021 - 16:15

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        I didn't realise jv said that?

        • +1 vote

          it'll be a while until she'll say anything.

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            @SF3: what did he even say to get banned….?

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    Where do you find these vouchers please? 😊

    • +1 vote

      10% of items sold I'm guessing

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        • +1 vote

          I'm getting these plus $1 FVF listings.

          I'm actually making money selling on eBay at the moment. Eg. Sold a $100 item. Paid $1 fee and got a $10 voucher. They paid me $9 to use eBay. 🙂

          Their new system is stuffed but enjoying it while it lasts.

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            @MS Paint: It is pretty stuff =\

            I haven't been able to get the gumtree x ebay promotion to work ever since they moved to the managed payment system. It always worked flawlessly before that

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              @Butt Scratcher: Every sale I have to go on eBay chat and share a screen capture of the promotion I accepted to get them to adjust the fees. The promotion doesn't show at their end. Most times they just refund all the fees because it's probably easier. Every week I get a $1 FVF promotion sent to me. Stupid eBay.

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                @MS Paint: How does selling on eBay work for you being in a remote-ish area?

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                  @ihbh: Not a problem. Just rarely get local pick-up but that's fine by me.

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                @MS Paint: Must make the consumer smarter than eBay Marketing.

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          See my comments here (https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/618652#comment-10499409). This voucher is quite crap if you have another offer to list and sell with no final value fees.

  • +1 vote

    if u have kids and friends with kids
    craft stuff
    like pipe cleaners, paper etc

    if not send to meeeeeeeee

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    Thanks for all the suggestions fellas

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