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20% off Eligible Items (22% off with eBay Plus) @ eBay (Xiaomi Mi Band 5 $23.85, Mi Band 6 $53 Delivered (OOS) @ Gearbite eBay)

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One of the rare 20% off (22% off with eBay Plus) deals that we get these days. Maximum $300 off per transaction. Maximum 10 items per transaction. Maximum 5 transactions per account.

Some deals that will go live at 10am -


Full T&Cs -

Offer Period. This offer is available from 10:00 AEST on 17 September 2021 and ends at 23:59 AEST on 26 September 2021 (“Offer Period”). eBay reserves the right to cancel the offer at any time.
Eligibility. This offer is available to non-eBay Plus members and eBay Plus members as set out in the Conditions below.
Conditions. The offer entitles:
non-eBay Plus members to 20% off; and
eBay Plus members to a extra 2% off (total 22% off),
the pre-coupon purchase price (excluding postage costs) on Eligible Items listed on the eBay.com.au website during the Offer Period, with up to a maximum discount of $300 per transaction. Multiple items may be purchased in up to 5 transactions per person (up to a maximum of 10 items per transaction).
“Eligible Items” means all items listed on eBay.com.au where these terms and conditions are found and the coupon redemption code PSPR20 for non-eBay Plus members and the coupon redemption code PLUSSP22 for eBay Plus members is displayed in the item listing, and the item appears on the following page:
https://www.ebay.com.au/b/Coupon-Promotions/bn_7116150158
Exclusions. For the avoidance of doubt, this offer does not apply to:
Items listed in the following categories: Other (88433),Tickets (1305),Vintage Luggage & Travel Accs (183477), Coins (11116),Other Tickets, Travel (123416),Cars, Bikes, Boats (9800),Travel (3252),Flights (3253),Real Estate (10542),Services (316),Gift Cards & Vouchers (184609)

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  • +18

    Dealbot, do you even sleep?

    • +32

      He is a BOT.. they are always online..

      • +12

        Except when being upgraded or down for maintenance or, god forbid, are hacked

        • +4

          Nah he's HA.. 😁

      • +1

        He is a BOT.

        Not "HE"

        • +1

          Well Xims avatar looks like a he..

  • +46

    Saved the ones I need in the cart and took a screenshot. Let’s see if Mr. Jack visits the stores!

    • +2

      He just woke up, and he is on the way to the stores .. Say HELLO JACK….

      • +3

        jackbot?

        • All mine were from Boozebud, they haven't jacked any!!

      • +2

        Hello

        • Hello

          Jacked please leave 😉

        • +1

          Anyone know if this Mi Band 6, is the new one that just launched which officially supports NFC for Europe/Global?

          Because as good as the Band5/6 is, I would probably hold out on those for that NFC feature (also supports Siri Alexa).

          • @Kangal: I'd like to know too. I cracked my S10 using it as a Myki card, it slipped and while I can't Myki with the watch, for MasterCard payments would be good.

            • +1

              @zan5hin: I think it's the older one. But that might be the same hardware, and just needs a firmware update. I messaged the seller. Hopefully, he'll get back to me soon. I'll update if I find out.

  • Bugger just bought 2x27" dell's because i didn't think we were ever going to get the 34" any time soon

    • +3

      The price isn't right anyway after a 22% discount, so no loss.

      • is a great price something like $429 (that recent eBay sale), or can/has it been even lower?
        Searched through the posts and $429 was what it got to, not sure if I missed some older deals.

        • Yes $430 is the lowest but this sale is $490.

    • The Dell screens are better.

        • +4

          Pretty sure this bot has mates in high places lol. He seems to always have inside knowledge.

  • any cheap PC cases? I am looking for a MATX case with 5.25 bay.

    • +2

      I'm looking for a sub$100 decent ATX case

    • +1

      I got the Thermaltake Versa H18 from amazon for $59. imo its a really good budget buy with solid features. (you will also need some case fans as the case only includes one)

      • is there any cheaper ones, I have a MT case and I can only close the lid after applying some presure with some bubble wrap at the GPU power connector. Recently got a new CPU/MB and I am afraid whether new MB will be damaged, didn't care about the old one because it is Q67 from 2011 :D

  • -1

    Can anyone please tell me if Britax Safe-n-Sound Maxi Guard PRO Car Seat is inc in the sale ??
    Don’t have an eBay acc. Thanks in advance !

    • That would never be 20% off

      • I got one for 20% off earlier this year via Ebay and Baby Bunting. $479 less 20%.

        • Bugger I only got 10% off eBay and thought that was good. I got the opal one though.

          • @Veebee88: Any discount off the "best Buy" price from Baby Bunting is good these days. Just gotta keep an eagle eye out for the Ebay sales. Got the same with a couple of Graphenes over the last couple of years too! Just good timing!

            • @nafe: Yes I remember getting the biggest discount on the Graphene with the UK eBay codes back in the days.
              I just thought baby buntings was excluded these days from the ebay discounts.

              • @Veebee88: Most of the time they are! But they do participate now and then…..maybe twice a year or so. Probably due again shortly!

    • +5

      https://www.childcarseats.com.au/find-and-compare-child-car-...
      I don’t think I can link directly to it, but I believe the one you’re after is poorly rated in crash testing (1.9 stars). Perhaps it’s worth checking that website for a higher rated child seat?

      • It's widely accepted that the way they test seats for those ratings are inconsistent and unreliable.

        • Is it? All my friends that are parents use it for their car seat purchases. Do you have any links to further information?

          • +2

            @Broos: yeah, I'd rather a higher rated child protection seat than a lower rated one, inconsistent testing notwithstanding… What's really important is to dig into the details to see where they fail. Also look to European tests if (exactly) the same seat is available in that market as they generally have higher/better standards.

            • @bargainshooter: I agree with you.
              It would be good if resources where better and testing more consistent; but we make the best decisions we can with the information available.

          • +3

            @Broos: I've seen plenty of arguments about this in child safety Facebook groups, and had an open mind - but was surprised at how weak some of the arguments were for how "CREP is crap". People would say things like "XYZ brand was marked down even though it's the same seat with a different fabric" and then point to a seat from 8 years ago that isn't even in stock. Another would say "it's well known ABC brand has lower shoulder entry points so you can't use it as long rear facing" and when you ask which model, they again mention one from years ago.

            What I do know is that CREP ( ie the system at childcarseats.com.au and that CHOICE refers to) are the only outfit to systematically test car seats here in crash situations. Everything else you hear is anecdotal and while that definitely has value on say, ease of use, it's obviously of almost no value in determining safety.

            • @y2k: End of the day, EVERY seat is tested and passed Australian Regulatory Standards, so they all have to pass what is accepted as the minimum safety standard. Else they don't get sold here.

              There are plenty of arguments to and fro from it. But I would not base my sole decision on what the CREP test results are. Just as you would never buy a car based on a single review or test.

              There is a child restraints group on FB which has a lot of useful information - but again, each have to make up their own minds. I used it, as well as CREP as well as other site reviews to make my car seat decisions. Also limited by space in the smaller car - so doesn't matter how safe a seat is, if it doesn't fit, it doesn't fit!

              • @nafe: That's true - important for everyone to know that all have to get a pass from Australian standards. We got a baby capsule off my sis and I didn't even bother checking the scores because I know that it's good enough.

                Yes, that child restraint group is the one I mean - it got some media coverage recently.

                And I agree that having bought my seat primarily based on the CREP rating, as long as the seat meets the Aus standards, it's important to consider other stuff eg how easy it is to get the kid in and out, how wide your car is etc. That said, I do encourage people to at least check out the CREP ratings so it's part of the decision mix, given it's the only vaguely objective, albeit not infallible, safety comparison tests.

              • @nafe: The Australian Standards are minimum requirements. They’re not exhaustive and, as per CREP, there are plenty of child seats that perform horribly in actual crash scenarios, despite adhering to the Australian Standards. All cars have to adhere to relevant Australian Standards and Australian Design Rules, but ANCAP testing will show you the disparity between minimum compliance and maximum effort/investment towards safety outcomes.

                I don’t buy cars that are not 5 star ANCAP rated. And I’d encourage others to follow that rule, where possible. So CREP is not just a ‘test’ to include in your research for a child car seat; it’s the foundation of the decision you make to possibly reduce risk to your child.
                It’s worth noting, car incidents are a leading cause of child fatalities.

            • @y2k: Excellent info, thank you y2k!

  • Looking forward to TVs on sale.

  • -1

    Do they have lawn mowers for sale?

  • +4

    Scooter pulled, out of stock.

    • looks like it's back!

      • +1

        With a pick jack, small one but still doggy.

        • +1

          Yes price jacked, was $729 before discount.

  • +4

    Here's the link to the Gearbite store
    https://www.ebay.com.au/str/gearbite

  • Need search link

  • Judging by that search link there'll be some good prices on beer and cider. Cheers OP

    • And whiskey. my cart is all whiskey already

  • thanks for the shoutout OP

  • +4

    Not great price for mi band 6 considering I paid 39.99 in July when it's RRP was 59.99 7 dollar saving with an inflated RRP

    • I was wondering about that… I know eBay is notorious for their less-than-OzBargain-worthy 'deals'. Where'd you get yours from? I've been considering getting one for awhile now…

      • From gearbyte, this exact same one too it has the reorder button on it

  • What's this robot vac like?

    Dreame D9 Robot Vacuum Cleaner 3000Pa Laser Sensor Navigation Au

    Although it says it's not in stock.

    • Yep been waiting specifically for the sale for this and it's out of stock :/ can't find it cheap anywhere else

      • It's been out of stock direct on gearbites site for a bit too, so I really think they are out.

    • +1

      Exceptional value for money since the last update added multi room/level vacuum maps and fixed a lot of the map-retention issues that plagued the device on launch. Keep in mind this item still needs a degree of supervision since it doesn’t have object avoidance/built-in cameras, some prefer this though. As long as you clear your floors of anything which might get caught in the main brush, it performs impressively for the price

    • +3

      I got one a month ago. Works like a dream..
      Been running once a day and it's done a great job keeping 100sqm of floorboards and carpet clean.
      Used the mopping once and it worked pretty well but it's a bit of a hassle to setup so haven't used it much.

      • +7

        You mean works like a Dreame?

    • +1

      Bought one a couple of months ago, bought a second dock so I could keep one on each floor and just move the vacuum… then ended up buying 2 more (one for someone else one for the other floor) loving it.

      First time I ran it, it got stuck on a sock and one other time it got caught on a cable but with a little pre-care before running it I have no issues. Just take a quick walk around to make sure nothing has been left on the floor.

      Used the mop feature once, it's good but it left streaks on the floorboards, made them cleaner than I remember them ever being though.

  • +4

    Can anyone here give their experiences on that monitor? 34 too big? Value for money?

    • +2

      I have a different brand 34" curved ultrawide monitor and it's fantastic for work, definitely not too big.

    • +1

      Great monitor, 34” is big relative to what you might have around it, as long as you have a decent amount of space on your desk this is well worth it, especially after calibration.

      Also works well with PS5 set to 2160p, monitor seemingly stretches slightly/downscales to 2K, looks crisp and clear (albeit no HDR and no HDMI 2.1 or 4K 120fps, I believe you can run 120fps 1080p via EDID Emulator, haven’t tested as so few games support 120fps anyway)

    • +2

      Got one. It's ultrawide so big enough
      Freesync for gaming
      Turns ok quick
      Have it on 3440 x 1440
      Had it for over 6 months no issues

    • Great for office productivity. Gaming is also very good. You will get used to the curve in 2 days.

    • 34 inch ultra wide is way to go. I had 27 and 27 also 32 and 32 dual monitor setup, i feel tall aspect ratio is not that bad as i use mostly for productivity but when i got aoc 34 ultrawide felt good but not much productivity wise. You can still open multiple tabs and windows but just did not felt as good as having 2 x 32 so sold it. Waiting for a deal for 49" now to see how it will feel.

    • It got jacked, so the value is waning…

    • I got it the last time it was on sale (June I think?) and it's my main monitor.

      I use it for gaming, music production and image/video production. I have it mounted on a dual monitor arm (vertical stack with my old Acer XZ271 on top).

      For Apex Legends it does me super well. 144hz, mid response time gives me really good results.

      And once you go super wide, any other monitor is just lame in comparison.

      Recommend 100% if you're on a budget.

  • Are we thinking this sale is just gearbite?

  • +98

    Hi all, just so everyone is aware eBay push the cost of these discounts on to sellers. ie/ If you elect to participate in their promotion you as the seller wear the discount in addition to the usual fees. In my business, we are always invited to participate in these promo's but never opt in as often it would mean selling products at a loss. +/-15% eBay fees + 20% discount = 35% + postage costs (by seller). So for any item where there isn't a HUGE margin, its just not possible to participate. This is why many sellers who do participate are forced to OOS many of their items during the promo period. Its not that they are complete A-holes, they would simply lose too much money by participating.

    In the early days (think back to that baby webber deal that nearly broke Ozbargain) eBay would fund the discount - not anymore.

    • I guess that explains why even applying the discount code, you can often find non participating sellers selling the same item/s at a lower price. There is fat built into the price to absorb the 20%/22% discount.

    • +7

      Thanks for the info. In short F eBay.

    • +1

      Appreciate the insight and can understand why many sellers do not want to promote eBay at their own expense.

      Can't say that it makes me sad for Gearbite and some other big sellers.

    • eBay still fund site wide discounts though?

      • Do they? Haven't seen one in quite a few months now.

  • +1

    Thanks Dealbert.

    • +2

      Just saw this now, how dumb am I not to even notice this whole time????

      I'm talking years!

      • +3

        Dinos are not smart I tell you!