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£10 off £100, £25 off £250 and £50 off £500 on eBay
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£10 off £100, £25 off £250 and £50 off £500 on eBay

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Refreshed 21st Sep 2019 (Posted 21st Sep 2019)

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

Simply make a purchase of:

£100 or more and receive £10 off
£250 or more and receive £25 off
£500 or more and receive £50 off
On eBay.co.uk on an Eligible Item and pay with PayPal, credit card, or debit card. An “Eligible Item” will include a reference to coupon code POUNDSOFF on its view item page, just below the box showing the price and buying options.

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Terms and Conditions Redeeming your coupon This coupon is an amount off discount valid until the date specified on the item’s view item page (below the box showing the price and buying options) (“End Date”) for purchases on eBay.co.uk, unless cancelled earlier in accordance with these Terms and Conditions. If no end date is displayed, the offer is valid for the specific item whilst it is visible on that item’s view item page.

How to redeem your coupon: Simply make a purchase of:

  • £100 or more and receive £10 off
  • £250 or more and receive £25 off
  • £500 or more and receive £50 off
On eBay.co.uk on an Eligible Item and pay with PayPal, credit card, or debit card. An “Eligible Item” will include a reference to coupon code POUNDSOFF on its view item page, just below the box showing the price and buying options.

Enter coupon code POUNDSOFF at checkout when prompted. The maximum discount you may receive is £50 per redemption and you are limited to three redemptions.

Coupon Terms and Conditions: This offer is open to users registered on eBay.co.uk who must be 18 years of age or older, and who have a UK shipping address.Three coupon redemptions per registered user only. The coupon is valid from the date you first see the coupon on the Eligible Item’s page until the End Date, unless cancelled earlier in accordance with these Terms and Conditions.This coupon is valid only when you pay with PayPal, credit card, or debit card.To redeem this coupon, a minimum Purchase Price of £100 is 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). The coupon 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 coupon amount, you will lose the unused amount.Enter coupon code POUNDSOFF when you are prompted to during the 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 ‘Property’, ‘Cars, Motorcycles & Vehicles’, and ‘Coins, Banknotes & Bullion’ categories are always excluded.The purchase you make to redeem this coupon must comply with eBay’s User Agreement and policies.This coupon cannot be combined with any other coupon, site discount, rebate, offer, gift coupon or other promotion.This coupon has no cash value, cannot be transferred, cannot be forwarded and cannot be exchanged.This coupon is void where prohibited.Any refund you may be entitled to receive will not include the coupon or its redemption value. You will receive no more than the amount you paid towards your Purchase Price and will not be eligible for a further coupon.These Terms and Conditions are governed by the laws 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 coupon promotion.eBay will not be responsible for any third party's performance or failure to perform any services related to any coupon promotion, or for any costs, damages, accident, delay, injury, loss, expense, or inconvenience that may arise in connection with the use of the coupon, 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 coupon 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 coupon promotion.eBay (UK) Limited (“eBay”) is the organiser of the promotion. eBay may carry out this organisation through its local subsidiaries.
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So between this and the £1 sellers fees, I could potentially sell myself something and earn £50?
firstofficer21/09/2019 09:29

But for exact spends, it's EXACTLY 10% off ..Kindest regards


your trolling is getting worse by the day, why do you not just drop a stupid comment and then 'get your coat' like you used to?
Edited by: "brilly" 21st Sep 2019
aeroncourt21/09/2019 00:30

So between this and the £1 sellers fees, I could potentially sell myself …So between this and the £1 sellers fees, I could potentially sell myself something and earn £50?


Well, you'd pay a PayPal fee still so probably closer to £35.
Really dodgy though, possibly fraudulent and might result in account bans if they notice something fishy
Edited by: "hukdm" 21st Sep 2019
Another 10% off type of offer. Come on eBay give us a 20% off everything code . Okay you can specify a minimum spend if you have to
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So between this and the £1 sellers fees, I could potentially sell myself something and earn £50?
Another one... gonna get hot I think
Thank you for the heads up. immortan4jo
how to tell the expiry date of this deal?
HotDealAlert21/09/2019 00:45

how to tell the expiry date of this deal?




says 22nd September, although sometimes eBay pull the code earlier depending on takeup
aeroncourt21/09/2019 00:30

So between this and the £1 sellers fees, I could potentially sell myself …So between this and the £1 sellers fees, I could potentially sell myself something and earn £50?


Well, you'd pay a PayPal fee still so probably closer to £35.
Really dodgy though, possibly fraudulent and might result in account bans if they notice something fishy
Edited by: "hukdm" 21st Sep 2019
I've just bought something for £360. It's typical this would come up right after I buy it. Is there any way I can get the money off without cancelling or having to wait for the money to be returned to my CC?
Is there an example product? Not sure if I am looking in the correct place for eligible products
Another 10% off type of offer. Come on eBay give us a 20% off everything code . Okay you can specify a minimum spend if you have to
JosephBruce21/09/2019 01:41

Is there an example product? Not sure if I am looking in the correct place …Is there an example product? Not sure if I am looking in the correct place for eligible products


Under the buy it now button box, you should see some green icon with "Pay only £xxx [show me how]" and those are the ones it'll work on
Myriad21/09/2019 02:25

Under the buy it now button box, you should see some green icon with "Pay …Under the buy it now button box, you should see some green icon with "Pay only £xxx [show me how]" and those are the ones it'll work on


Have a weird bug where that box won't appear on any items on my proper ebay account during any of these deals. Had to make a new account for it to even appear.
aeroncourt21/09/2019 00:30

So between this and the £1 sellers fees, I could potentially sell myself …So between this and the £1 sellers fees, I could potentially sell myself something and earn £50?


And potentially mess up your Ebay account. But sure!
WFMS21/09/2019 03:24

Have a weird bug where that box won't appear on any items on my proper …Have a weird bug where that box won't appear on any items on my proper ebay account during any of these deals. Had to make a new account for it to even appear.


I had the same problem, but applying the code at checkout still worked.
aeroncourt21/09/2019 00:30

So between this and the £1 sellers fees, I could potentially sell myself …So between this and the £1 sellers fees, I could potentially sell myself something and earn £50?


Yeah, if you want to defraud eBay and get your account blocked for life, go for it.
aeroncourt21/09/2019 00:30

So between this and the £1 sellers fees, I could potentially sell myself …So between this and the £1 sellers fees, I could potentially sell myself something and earn £50?


Minus about £17 PayPal fees and risking your account
TheDealer21/09/2019 01:39

I've just bought something for £360. It's typical this would come up right …I've just bought something for £360. It's typical this would come up right after I buy it. Is there any way I can get the money off without cancelling or having to wait for the money to be returned to my CC?


dayum you would of saved a fair bit there !
no chance i am afraid as how and who from would you get the discount amount back. Cancelling refund is the only way, that will take 7 days once actioned and the offer will be over by then probably.
I have £250 worth of stuff sitting in my basket been waiting for a discount lol
Edited by: "shez786" 21st Sep 2019
Cheers just cancelled Amazon order for a TV for kids room and picked up same model here cheaper
So basically 10 percent off £100, £250 & £500 spend? Cool
Is this money of one single purchase or your whole cart?
WFMS21/09/2019 03:24

Have a weird bug where that box won't appear on any items on my proper …Have a weird bug where that box won't appear on any items on my proper ebay account during any of these deals. Had to make a new account for it to even appear.


It won't be a bug, but targeted discount at specific types of buyers, i.e. ones that don't use eBay a lot.
Thanks just bought a tv I've been watching.
Just ordered my Thule Wingbars that I’ve been after cheers OP 🏼 Also got the 4x nectar points from the nectar app
Edited by: "vxtyrant" 21st Sep 2019
mikeyfive21/09/2019 03:58

Yeah, if you want to defraud eBay and get your account blocked for life, …Yeah, if you want to defraud eBay and get your account blocked for life, go for it.


People have done it before but It's not something i'd do.
FrederickDovey21/09/2019 07:04

Is this money of one single purchase or your whole cart?


Whole cart on eligible items. Just add what you want to your cart and then apply the discount code at checkout to see what you’ll get
Edited by: "vxtyrant" 21st Sep 2019
Are mobile phones in this? After a new iPhone 11?
aeroncourt21/09/2019 00:30

So between this and the £1 sellers fees, I could potentially sell myself …So between this and the £1 sellers fees, I could potentially sell myself something and earn £50?



It’s a discount on the price you pay not a cashback so this won’t work.
Spend , Spend , Spend.
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thetarget21/09/2019 01:44

Another 10% off type of offer. Come on eBay give us a 20% off …Another 10% off type of offer. Come on eBay give us a 20% off everything code . Okay you can specify a minimum spend if you have to


If 20% you will ask for 30. They have done 20% very rarely. Ebay is paying this money out of their pocket.
eBay are desperate to sell. They’ve been ripping off people with both hands, talking fees from eBay and PayPal, both companies belong to them. You sell a £20 item, end up with only £15 in your pocket.
Zero.Chill21/09/2019 01:40

So basically 10 percent off £100, £250 & £500 spend? Cool


It is up to 10%, not really a % discount. If you spend £249, you still get only £10 off.
morcef21/09/2019 08:00

eBay are desperate to sell. They’ve been ripping off people with both h …eBay are desperate to sell. They’ve been ripping off people with both hands, talking fees from eBay and PayPal, both companies belong to them. You sell a £20 item, end up with only £15 in your pocket.


It's called business - pop the item on your own auction site if you want to keep all of the money
bozo00721/09/2019 08:01

It is up to 10%, not really a % discount. If you spend £249, you still get …It is up to 10%, not really a % discount. If you spend £249, you still get only £10 off.


They’ve basically done chain discounts of some sort recently - I’m hoping it’s because they’re working out how much sellers hate their awful business practices and are leaving the site, combined with buyers out to scam at every opportunity.
morcef21/09/2019 08:00

eBay are desperate to sell. They’ve been ripping off people with both h …eBay are desperate to sell. They’ve been ripping off people with both hands, talking fees from eBay and PayPal, both companies belong to them. You sell a £20 item, end up with only £15 in your pocket.


eBay don't own PayPal
shak21/09/2019 07:44

It’s a discount on the price you pay not a cashback so this won’t work.


It does work, you use two accounts in different names. He gets a discount on one account and on his other account he gets the extra cash
Ghost8421/09/2019 07:34

Thanks just bought a tv I've been watching.


Now you can watch it for real!!
morcef21/09/2019 08:00

eBay are desperate to sell. They’ve been ripping off people with both h …eBay are desperate to sell. They’ve been ripping off people with both hands, talking fees from eBay and PayPal, both companies belong to them. You sell a £20 item, end up with only £15 in your pocket.


Im pretty sure Ebay do not own paypal, they haven't for a long time. You get just over £17.30 after all fees on a £20 item which is not bad however on a higher valued item like phones at 200-1500 etc... Fees should be 5% not 10%.
If ebay are desperate to sell they lose millions every time they put these codes on so doesn't make much sense
Connect100021/09/2019 08:19

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Business practices that drive small business sellers out of the marketplace so you’re just left with high-volume, low-margin sellers moving crap with no identity. Whatever they make certainly isn’t being spent on fraud detection, prevention or quality customer service.
plewis0021/09/2019 08:34

Business practices that drive small business sellers out of the …Business practices that drive small business sellers out of the marketplace so you’re just left with high-volume, low-margin sellers moving crap with no identity. Whatever they make certainly isn’t being spent on fraud detection, prevention or quality customer service.


I buy loads of stuff so great
I also sell my old tat for a higher price than elsewhere
Win win for people like me
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