Unfortunately, this deal is no longer available
0% finance for 6 or 12 months £99+ spend /  0% finance for 18 or 24 months £199+ spend if you pay on eBay via PayPal Credit
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0% finance for 6 or 12 months £99+ spend / 0% finance for 18 or 24 months £199+ spend if you pay on eBay via PayPal Credit

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Posted 28th Aug 2019

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Might be account specific. Posting first time as felt its quite a good deal for people with PayPal credit looking to buy some pricey stuff on eBay. Runs until 10th September.

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What is PayPal credit?
Think of it as credit without a card. If approved, you'll get a credit line in your Paypal account that can be used straight away. This could be to access monthly instalment offers, or just to use as one of your payment options for eBay purchases.

What happens if I have more than one item in my basket?
If you are using an instalment or other promotional offer, this offer applies to the total purchase amount including postage and packaging so you can have as many items in your basket as you like. If the seller ships some of your items before others, Paypal credit may split your instalment or promotional offer on a per-item basis. The purchase amount and monthly instalment amount may change if you or the seller amend your oder, such as adding additional delivery charges or applicable taxes.

What if I don't have a PayPal account?
The first stage of the Payal Credit application process will ask you to sign into your PaypPal account, or offer you the opportunity to sign up for one. Once you've signed up for a PayPal account, you can begin the application for PayPal Credit. Signing up for a PayPal account is free and easy, all you need to do is provide your email address, create a password and accept the user agreement.

How do I make payments?

You can make a one-off repayment from your bank account, debit card or PayPal balance at any time, either online or by calling PayPal customer service. Alternatively, you can set up monthly Direct Debit payments from a bank account you've linked to your PayPal account. To set up Direct Debit payments, log in to your PayPal account and follow the instructions on the Make a Payment page.
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Good spot @s_waqas i've added the deal link so it goes to the generic promo which has the offer details

ebay.co.uk/rpp…dit
paul.jacobs29/08/2019 08:40

Hot, but not for me as I have a Paypal business account


Thanks for letting us know Paul
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Good spot @s_waqas i've added the deal link so it goes to the generic promo which has the offer details

ebay.co.uk/rpp…dit
Good first post @s_waqas
Can this be stacked with the current code running, to give you 0% finance + 15% off + get your best offer discount accepted buys I wonder!
bitcoin528/08/2019 13:31

Can this be stacked with the current code running, to give you 0% finance …Can this be stacked with the current code running, to give you 0% finance + 15% off + get your best offer discount accepted buys I wonder!




I dont think so, the credit offers seem to not stack with code offers unless something has changed
Chanchi3228/08/2019 13:32

I dont think so, the credit offers seem to not stack with code offers …I dont think so, the credit offers seem to not stack with code offers unless something has changed


Oh ok, cheers C32, I would have tried but used my 2 codes and already have pp od, so can't add more to it, without using the paypal credit first!!
Chanchi3228/08/2019 13:25

Good spot @s_waqas i've added the deal link so it goes to the generic …Good spot @s_waqas i've added the deal link so it goes to the generic promo which has the offer detailshttps://www.ebay.co.uk/rpp/paypal-credit


Thank you so much for sorting this. Couldn’t edit the post and my initial editing was not brilliant
s_waqas28/08/2019 13:36

Thank you so much for sorting this. Couldn’t edit the post and my initial e …Thank you so much for sorting this. Couldn’t edit the post and my initial editing was not brilliant




no problem, ive just added a bit more info to the post for you based on what i could see on the ebay page.
just had this offer via email sadly its only ebay but well worth it if your a regular user of ebay i tend to use it once in a while
great offer OP thanks for posting heat added
Just got the email just a second ago.
Great 1st post great de
bitcoin528/08/2019 13:31

Can this be stacked with the current code running, to give you 0% finance …Can this be stacked with the current code running, to give you 0% finance + 15% off + get your best offer discount accepted buys I wonder!


No, i tried to do this last time.
Great 1st posting, heat added
Perfect timing. Been eyeing the Tamron 17-28. Was holding out because I had a feeling this was coming.
Edited by: "Aldnoah" 28th Aug 2019
No email here unfortunately. This would’ve been useful to me!
I never got an email however it’s working on my account.
Got the email!

Switch Lite..

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Just to clarify is this paypal offer for Ebay purchases only or can you use it with other web retailers who let you pay with Paypal.
shamus2128/08/2019 17:09

Just to clarify is this paypal offer for Ebay purchases only or can you …Just to clarify is this paypal offer for Ebay purchases only or can you use it with other web retailers who let you pay with Paypal.


Just with eBay
good deal for note 10+
iPhone XS Max, Pristine condition, Unlocked, £27 per month for £24 months @0% for £650, 2 left available, very tempted! Combined with the £6pm Vodafone sim with 20gb data, £30pm for a very decent combo
I just used this and it was so easy. No checks or nothing
Spent £200 last night and get offered this today, bah!

Although I'll have the £200 paid off in the usual 4 months anyway this would have made it feel almost free
Great offer!
Really trying to justify not spending £800 on a TV that I can't afford even if it's only £34 a month
Fantastic!
Works on eBay Desktop version only. Not in app.
AliG7928/08/2019 16:50

I never got an email however it’s working on my account.


How can you tell?
felton9228/08/2019 20:08

How can you tell?


When you try to buy an item and select PayPal credit shows you 0% payment options over 12 months etc
1500 credit limit..... Hopefully will not touch it 👌
Aldnoah28/08/2019 16:14

Perfect timing. Been eyeing the Tamron 17-28. Was holding out because I …Perfect timing. Been eyeing the Tamron 17-28. Was holding out because I had a feeling this was coming.


Have you got a link? I’m doing the same... cheers
Bad timing, I've only just bought a laptop off ebay less than a week ago.. lol I only had the usual 4 months 0% offer.
Dammit, just my luck, brought something last week, so only got 4 months. Just brought few things from ebay, spread over 12 months, heat.

The pitfall is, you just want to spend but only buy things you need or want. I sure, this deal will be around Christmas as well. My credit limit is £3k but, no way, am I racking up 3k debt.
as_xxl28/08/2019 21:04

1500 credit limit..... Hopefully will not touch it 👌


Hey, do you know if you have to have a credit check for the PayPal credit?
Afnan29/08/2019 00:53

Hey, do you know if you have to have a credit check for the PayPal credit?


Obviously
popoyaya28/08/2019 23:35

What's to stop you paying with paypal credit?


Last time i bought 8 xiaomi phones for my parents, parents in love and other family but i could not use pp credit and code (20% off) together. So, almost £200 discount stoped me.
Edited by: "BergkampWonderland" 29th Aug 2019
Hot, but not for me as I have a Paypal business account
paul.jacobs29/08/2019 08:40

Hot, but not for me as I have a Paypal business account


Thanks for letting us know Paul
thedealsman28/08/2019 17:55

iPhone XS Max, Pristine condition, Unlocked, £27 per month for £24 months @ …iPhone XS Max, Pristine condition, Unlocked, £27 per month for £24 months @0% for £650, 2 left available, very tempted! Combined with the £6pm Vodafone sim with 20gb data, £30pm for a very decent combo


Link please, looks tempting 😬.
Rather annoyingly I bought a £900 laptop on the usual 4 month last week and now they offer 24! would have been a bit nice and less rushed.
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