Get 5% of the price of your sold items back as a coupon to use on your next purchase on eBay. (from today until 3rd Feb - HotUKDeals
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Get 5% of the price of your sold items back as a coupon to use on your next purchase on eBay. (from today until 3rd Feb

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Got an email from them saying exactly what the title says, worth to check your accounts..
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1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago
Got an email from them saying exactly what the title says, worth to check your accounts..
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#1
Coupons can only used for purchases from ebay
1 Like #2
How do you check your account? Where would this be? Thanks

Edited By: amyxo on Jan 20, 2017 11:30: Spelling error
#3
amyxo
How do you check your account? Where would this be? Thanks
Should have in messages or check your email
#4
nihir
amyxo
How do you check your account? Where would this be? Thanks
Should have in messages or check your email


No messages or emails so must be account specific. Thanks anyway
1 Like #5
I got £10 off £15 spend so check your accounts guys
#6
Awww nuts, none for me. Yet anyway... Great offer if you get it! Ta
#7
Shouldn't this be in vouchers, not deals then?
1 Like #8
woldranger
Shouldn't this be in vouchers, not deals then?
Good deal, you only pay 5% fee.
#9
I didn't get one - would have been good if I had though so heat from me.
#10
nihir
woldranger
Shouldn't this be in vouchers, not deals then?
Good deal, you only pay 5% fee.
What? You don't pay 5%, you get 5% back as a coupon. Coupon=voucher, hence why I said this should be in vouchers.

I gave it heat, I'm not saying this is a bad offer, but it's just int he wrong place.
2 Likes #11
woldranger
nihir
woldranger
Shouldn't this be in vouchers, not deals then?
Good deal, you only pay 5% fee.
What? You don't pay 5%, you get 5% back as a coupon. Coupon=voucher, hence why I said this should be in vouchers.
I gave it heat, I'm not saying this is a bad offer, but it's just int he wrong place.

You're wrong, this isn't a voucher, this is sell something and get a voucher, it's no different to the £5 when you spend £50 at Argos deals, that regular appear in this section.

Vouchers should be vouchers you can action immediately such as straight vouchers or vouchers you get because you sign up to a mailing list. This voucher takes at least 1 day to get and selling an item on ebay is not the same as signing up for a mailing list.
1 Like #12
mbuckhurst
woldranger
nihir
woldranger
Shouldn't this be in vouchers, not deals then?
Good deal, you only pay 5% fee.
What? You don't pay 5%, you get 5% back as a coupon. Coupon=voucher, hence why I said this should be in vouchers.
I gave it heat, I'm not saying this is a bad offer, but it's just int he wrong place.
You're wrong, this isn't a voucher, this is sell something and get a voucher, it's no different to the £5 when you spend £50 at Argos deals, that regular appear in this section.
Vouchers should be vouchers you can action immediately such as straight vouchers or vouchers you get because you sign up to a mailing list. This voucher takes at least 1 day to get and selling an item on ebay is not the same as signing up for a mailing list.
I'm wrong? Well there you go then. That's me told! But...wait a minute...am I really? Your logic is that for something to be posted in the vouchers section, it must be free of any ties - is that correct? There are no stipulations for vouchers, especially nothing to do with time frames. Try casting a glance at the vouchers section. Here's a few..

£7.50 off a £40 spend at morrisons valid until 7th January 2017 works for new and existing customers
Travelodge 26% off
£5 off £30 spend voucher. Pets at Home. Instore only


It says coupon in the title. How can that NOT result in this being best suited to the voucher section?!
3 Likes #13
woldranger
mbuckhurst
woldranger
nihir
woldranger
Shouldn't this be in vouchers, not deals then?
Good deal, you only pay 5% fee.
What? You don't pay 5%, you get 5% back as a coupon. Coupon=voucher, hence why I said this should be in vouchers.
I gave it heat, I'm not saying this is a bad offer, but it's just int he wrong place.
You're wrong, this isn't a voucher, this is sell something and get a voucher, it's no different to the £5 when you spend £50 at Argos deals, that regular appear in this section.
Vouchers should be vouchers you can action immediately such as straight vouchers or vouchers you get because you sign up to a mailing list. This voucher takes at least 1 day to get and selling an item on ebay is not the same as signing up for a mailing list.
I'm wrong? Well there you go then. That's me told! But...wait a minute...am I really? Your logic is that for something to be posted in the vouchers section, it must be free of any ties - is that correct? There are no stipulations for vouchers, especially nothing to do with time frames. Try casting a glance at the vouchers section. Here's a few..

£7.50 off a £40 spend at morrisons valid until 7th January 2017 works for new and existing customers
Travelodge 26% off
£5 off £30 spend voucher. Pets at Home. Instore only


It says coupon in the title. How can that NOT result in this being best suited to the voucher section?!


​you need to get out more..
#14
eBay doesn't send me these offers via email so anyone know if I'd be able to find them on the site?

Edited By: MrThrowaway16 on Jan 25, 2017 03:07: Fix
1 Like #15
MrThrowaway16
eBay doesn't send me these offers via email so anyone know if I'd be able to find them on the site?

just click on the get deal link - it will tell you if you are eligible - however once activated the offer does NOT appear in your list of active offers
#16
does this count on new listings from when you activated the offer or does it include active listings aswell?
2 Likes #17
imranio
does this count on new listings from when you activated the offer or does it include active listings aswell?
New listings only must end by 3/2/17
#18
bayhabourbutcher
MrThrowaway16
eBay doesn't send me these offers via email so anyone know if I'd be able to find them on the site?
just click on the get deal link - it will tell you if you are eligible - however once activated the offer does NOT appear in your list of active offers

Thank you for clarifying the end part! Link said I was eligible, but wasn't in my offers sections under sell!
#19
Great thank you I have the offer.
1 Like #20
ndje
I got £10 off £15 spend so check your accounts guys

You got an email?
#21
Says I have this offer but it isn't showing in my account? Any ideas :|
#22
slipd
Says I have this offer but it isn't showing in my account? Any ideas :|
"Before you start listing, you need to have actively opted in to the promotion via the Activate Now button shown in the relevant marketing communication from eBay to you.

This promotion is not visible in the Promotional Offer page that can be accessed from ‘My eBay’."

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