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£15 off £75.00 purchase. Account specific? @eBay

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£15 off £75 purchase at eBay. More likely account specific. I understand it can go freezing cold (Im not a fan of ebay too), but just for heads up ladies and gents. Check you email! All det… Read More
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6m, 2d agoFound 6 months, 2 days ago
£15 off £75 purchase at eBay.
More likely account specific.

I understand it can go freezing cold (Im not a fan of ebay too), but just for heads up ladies and gents.

Check you email!

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#1
Here is what I found in my email box this morning:

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#2
Redeeming your eBay Voucher
How to redeem your voucher:

Simply make a purchase on eBay.co.uk in an eligible category;
Pay with PayPal; and
Enter the communicated voucher code in checkout when prompted
Click here to learn how to redeem your voucher. Don't have a PayPal account yet? Sign up to PayPal for Free!
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Voucher Terms and Conditions:
-This offer is open to targeted eBay.co.uk registered users, who must be UK residents of 18 years of age or older.
-The voucher code, the end date of the voucher, the discount which applies to the voucher and, if applicable, the minimum Purchase Price and the maximum discount, will be set out in 'My eBay' on eBay.co.uk and on the voucher itself.
-One voucher per registered user only. The voucher is valid from the date you receive the voucher until the end date, unless cancelled earlier in accordance with these Terms and Conditions.
-This voucher is valid only when you pay with, and the seller accepts, PayPal.
-To redeem this voucher, a minimum Purchase Price may be required ("Purchase Price" means the total price of the items you buy. It does NOT include related postage and packing costs or any taxes which are not included in the item price). Please refer to the voucher or to 'My eBay' for further details.
-The voucher must be redeemed in a single transaction. When using Cart, it can be used when purchasing from multiple sellers. If your Purchase Price is less than the voucher amount, you will lose the unused amount.
Enter the communicated voucher code when you are prompted to during the PayPal payment process and you will receive the related discount on the final amount of your Purchase Price. The discount does not apply to the related postage and packing costs or to any taxes which are not included in the item price.
-The voucher is redeemable only once.
-The maximum discount available, per voucher, may be limited. Please refer to the voucher or to 'My eBay' for further details.
-The voucher may be redeemable only in certain categories. These categories will be clearly mentioned on the voucher. If no categories are stated, you will be able to use the voucher anywhere on eBay.co.uk.
-The purchase you make to redeem this voucher must comply with eBay and PayPal's User Agreements and policies.
-This voucher cannot be combined with any other voucher, site discount, rebate, offer, gift voucher or other promotion.
-This voucher has no cash value, cannot be transferred and cannot be forwarded.
-This voucher is void where prohibited.
-Any refund you may be entitled to receive will not include the voucher or its redemption value. You will receive no more than the amount you paid towards your Purchase Price.
-These Terms and Conditions are governed by the law of England and Wales.
eBay makes no representations or warranties of any kind regarding any product or service provided by any third party in connection with any voucher promotion.
-eBay will not be responsible for any third party's performance or failure to perform any services related to any voucher promotion, or for any costs, damages, accident, delay, injury, loss, expense, or inconvenience that may arise in connection with the use of the voucher, provided that nothing shall limit eBay's liability for death or personal injury caused by its negligence.
-eBay reserves the right to suspend, change or cancel this voucher promotion at any time, in the event of circumstances arising which in eBay's opinion make it necessary for it to do so. eBay reserves the right to add additional terms and conditions for certain parts of this voucher promotion.
eBay Europe S.àr.l. ("eBay") is the organiser of the promotion. eBay may carry out this organisation through its local subsidiaries.
#3
Awesome for those who are lucky to come across this in their inbox. Unfortunately I didn't receive the offer. Heat nevertheless.

Edited By: chaos86 on Oct 25, 2016 10:48
#4
I was lucky to get a £20 off £25 voucher off eBay a couple of months ago...but watch out...if you do have to return the item like I did then you lose the voucher. they won't give you another one.
#5
Ive had a £25 off voucher on a £100+ spend earlier in the year which worked out good for me
#6
I've got the voucher code. It can be used in a single transaction using cart (making £75 from multiple items/sellers), business sellers have to provide free returns, so why is it voted cold?
#7
I would guess its cold because it's not a deal, it's targeted advertising. If you've got it, you've got it. If you haven't, and most won't, the deal is completely useless to you.
#8
BigDiscovery
I've got the voucher code. It can be used in a single transaction using cart (making £75 from multiple items/sellers), business sellers have to provide free returns, so why is it voted cold?


Business sellers most certainly don't have to offer free returns. Check the SOGA
#9
Anyone got one they would like to share?
#10
phorenzik
BigDiscovery
I've got the voucher code. It can be used in a single transaction using cart (making £75 from multiple items/sellers), business sellers have to provide free returns, so why is it voted cold?
Business sellers most certainly don't have to offer free returns. Check the SOGA
There is a bit in it about goods not having been accepted until you have had reasonable time to inspect ( not on delivery). Coupled with distance selling regs and credit protections if you have received something not as advertised, damaged in transit, faulty or completely wrong there is no onus on the buyer to incur extra costs - only requirement is for the buyer to look after them on rejection, till seller collects. After rejection if they dont want their goods that will not will stop the refund as long as buyer has been reasonable.
#11
Bertz99
phorenzik
BigDiscovery
I've got the voucher code. It can be used in a single transaction using cart (making £75 from multiple items/sellers), business sellers have to provide free returns, so why is it voted cold?
Business sellers most certainly don't have to offer free returns. Check the SOGA
There is a bit in it about goods not having been accepted until you have had reasonable time to inspect ( not on delivery). Coupled with distance selling regs and credit protections if you have received something not as advertised, damaged in transit, faulty or completely wrong there is no onus on the buyer to incur extra costs - only requirement is for the buyer to look after them on rejection, till seller collects. After rejection if they dont want their goods that will not will stop the refund as long as buyer has been reasonable.


the op implied all items, for any reason, can be returned free if charge. If you change your mind or have buyers remorse, you have to return at your cost.
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phorenzik
Bertz99
phorenzik
BigDiscovery
I've got the voucher code. It can be used in a single transaction using cart (making £75 from multiple items/sellers), business sellers have to provide free returns, so why is it voted cold?
Business sellers most certainly don't have to offer free returns. Check the SOGA
There is a bit in it about goods not having been accepted until you have had reasonable time to inspect ( not on delivery). Coupled with distance selling regs and credit protections if you have received something not as advertised, damaged in transit, faulty or completely wrong there is no onus on the buyer to incur extra costs - only requirement is for the buyer to look after them on rejection, till seller collects. After rejection if they dont want their goods that will not will stop the refund as long as buyer has been reasonable.
the op implied all items, for any reason, can be returned free if charge. If you change your mind or have buyers remorse, you have to return at your cost.
I know you were and in essence you are correct (although I am sure you meant to use the consumer act that is current rather than SOGA) and know more than the op.
My response though was to help fill in some gaps for those buying and thinking they may have to pay to return which could be inferred from your response when the seller has not supplied what they need to and try it on.



Edited By: Bertz99 on Oct 27, 2016 01:46

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