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10% off £100 spend (category specific) with code - maximum discount £50 @ ebay
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10% off £100 spend (category specific) with code - maximum discount £50 @ ebay

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Posted 18th Mar

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Appeared on app. £50 max discount. 6 redemptions allowed. Not the greatest selection but may help someone. Ends tomorrow at 10am
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Bit more readable, thanks for posting @cartwheelbob

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Redeeming your coupon This coupon is a 10% 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 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 PROUD10 on its view item page, just below the box showing the price and buying options.

Enter coupon code PROUD10 at checkout when prompted. The maximum discount you may receive is £50 per redemption and you are limited to six redemptions (up to a maximum of 2 items per redemption).

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. Six coupon redemptions per registered user only (up to a maximum of 2 items per redemption). 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 its price). The coupon must be redeemed in a single transaction. When using Cart, it can be used when purchasing from multiple sellers.

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Brings down the price of £100 liquid soap refills 💵
As usual, sellers have put the prices up on the items in my watch list and by more than 10%!! Hot if you can find an item that hasn't risen in price though
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Nice one heat added
Brings down the price of £100 liquid soap refills 💵
Ooh, good find Bobby mcbob bobby face 🔥
Medical instruments? anyone found any deals on ventilators?
As usual, sellers have put the prices up on the items in my watch list and by more than 10%!! Hot if you can find an item that hasn't risen in price though
Heated up, Thanks @cartwheelbob
TheDodger18/03/2020 08:54

Medical instruments? anyone found any deals on ventilators?


Would an enema kit help?
Dam bought £179 of car parts just after midnight,and just looked and the 10% would have been deducted if I'd bought them now
probs the only time an ebay code comes alive and i wont be posting deals!..... sporting goods?.. im going back to bed,
Not sure if this will help anyone, but there are some decent trainers listed in the Sporting Goods category instead of the usual (non-offer eligible) Shoes category, so the discount would apply there. If you're a Nike obsessive like myself, then this link takes you to all the £100+ options: ebay.co.uk/b/N…c=1
That “2 items per redemption” clause really annoys me. If the £100+ spend wasn’t enough of a restriction, if the categories weren’t enough of a restriction, now they specifically want you to buy either 1 x £100 item or 2 x £50 items. What difference does it even make to them if you’re paying the same total??
Get ready for music magpie phones
RealDonaldTrump18/03/2020 11:19

Dammmnnn



lol - I gave u a like but then immediately read MrSwitch's comment and took it away
Way too restrictive by those categories to be a decent deal
Normally Ebay voucher = music magpie inventory loaded on HUKD
Master_Yoda18/03/2020 11:24

lol - I gave u a like but then immediately read MrSwitch's comment and …lol - I gave u a like but then immediately read MrSwitch's comment and took it away


If I had said anything else they would have blocked me, final stages
For once a deal I can use on wheelchair equipment. Heat from me
MrSwitch18/03/2020 11:19

Pretty unlikely[Image]


When is good time to buy a iPhone 8 mate
Does this work for bog rolls?
blabbity18/03/2020 11:13

That “2 items per redemption” clause really annoys me. If the £100+ spend w …That “2 items per redemption” clause really annoys me. If the £100+ spend wasn’t enough of a restriction, if the categories weren’t enough of a restriction, now they specifically want you to buy either 1 x £100 item or 2 x £50 items. What difference does it even make to them if you’re paying the same total??


sign out and u can do multiable offer buys usual on the other codes.
zxbasd18/03/2020 11:42

When is good time to buy a iPhone 8 mate


When or where?
sparklehedgehog18/03/2020 11:27

Way too restrictive by those categories to be a decent deal


Unless, of course, you need a couple of musical instruments...
Very limited categories
Glaesgae18/03/2020 12:06

Unless, of course, you need a couple of musical instruments...


I’m good ta! Already got 8 guitars, 4 amps, 3 pianos, Roland drums, 5 violins, flute, Yamaha ewi, bass...

Oh and a triangle!

All genuine 🤪
I'm going to wait a while longer as I suspect prices will be reduced as this pandemic starts to hit consumers and turnover. I will certainly be boycotting any companies that appear to be profiteering as some will see this as an opportunity to do so. My best wishes to all members who will be suffering significantly over the next few months.
I'm having to self isolate and relying on friends and family.

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ADDYA18/03/2020 09:27

Dam bought £179 of car parts just after midnight,and just looked and the …Dam bought £179 of car parts just after midnight,and just looked and the 10% would have been deducted if I'd bought them now


Or even ask the seller for a partial refund. If not ask to cancel the order or if it's too late just refuse the delivery. But try asking for a refund first, they may prefer to do that to avoid the ag.
Edited by: "Add_to_Basket" 18th Mar
Excellent, just grabbed some hand sanitizer for £90.
peterszy18/03/2020 13:07

I'm going to wait a while longer as I suspect prices will be reduced as …I'm going to wait a while longer as I suspect prices will be reduced as this pandemic starts to hit consumers and turnover. I will certainly be boycotting any companies that appear to be profiteering as some will see this as an opportunity to do so. My best wishes to all members who will be suffering significantly over the next few months.I'm having to self isolate and relying on friends and family..



? I don't think prices will go down at all... I think prices will inevitably go up. The supply chains have been disrupted across the world, so when things aren't making their way over here expect prices to rocket up. Simple supply and demand.
Edited by: "Master_Yoda" 18th Mar
Master_Yoda18/03/2020 14:26

? I don't think prices will go down at all... I think prices will …? I don't think prices will go down at all... I think prices will inevitably go up. The supply chains have been disrupted across the world, so when things aren't making their way over here expect prices to rocket up. Simple supply and demand.


The supply chains are pretty much normal, though. It’s excessive buying of such products (too much demand) that’s causing the problems with not having sufficient supplies.

When everyone runs out of space to stockpile loo roll and whatever else they’ve gone nuts for and resume shopping normally, supplies should return to normal.
i wonder how this works.. ive got a musical instrument for sale and ive looked at the listing and saw that the discount is being applied at checkout. i take it that paypal/ebay foots the bill for the reduction.. if thats the case then there doesnt seem to be a need for some of the regular ebay retailers to up their prices when these discounts happen...
davejb18/03/2020 16:39

i wonder how this works.. ive got a musical instrument for sale and ive …i wonder how this works.. ive got a musical instrument for sale and ive looked at the listing and saw that the discount is being applied at checkout. i take it that paypal/ebay foots the bill for the reduction.. if thats the case then there doesnt seem to be a need for some of the regular ebay retailers to up their prices when these discounts happen...


For private sellers eBay foots the 10% I’m not sure about business sellers.
zxbasd18/03/2020 11:42

When is good time to buy a iPhone 8 mate



When hell freezes over
Add_to_Basket18/03/2020 13:21

Or even ask the seller for a partial refund. If not ask to cancel the …Or even ask the seller for a partial refund. If not ask to cancel the order or if it's too late just refuse the delivery. But try asking for a refund first, they may prefer to do that to avoid the ag.


.....or accept you were just unlucky in missing out rather than screwing a seller who's done absolutely nothing wrong.
Want a new trampoline for the kids, will that come under sporting goods ?
Hot
Sick of these stupid restrictions on ebay codes nowadays. Just give us a site-wide discount for crying out loud!!!
zxbasd18/03/2020 20:18

Both please


Many places and now is as good a time as ever
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