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5% off at eBay on selected items using code
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5% off at eBay on selected items using code

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Posted 7th Apr

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This coupon is a 5% 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.

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Simply purchase an Eligible Item on eBay.co.uk and pay with PayPal, credit card, or debit card. “Eligible Item” means any item that includes a reference to coupon code PRODUCT5 on its view item page, just below the box showing the price and buying options.

Enter coupon code PRODUCT5 at checkout when prompted. The maximum discount you may receive is £50 per redemption and you are limited to 9 redemptions.

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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.
9 coupon redemptions per registered user only. The coupon is valid from the date you first see the coupon on the Eligible Item’s view item page until the End Date, unless cancelled earlier in accordance with these Terms and Conditions.
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Thanks for posting, @sohailh1984 as mentioned, this code has been active for quite some time and can be pot luck for the products eligible. Here's some of the items our members have found recently...

LG OLED55C9PLA (2019) 55" OLED HDR 4K - £1249.00 - thanks @merb0786

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New Huawei Honor 10 Lite Smartphone - £122.54 - thanks @MrSwitch


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😦5%???? WOW!!!
Where is the £1 FVF offer?
These eBay codes are a bit naff, company specific so basically a small sale for them and them only, bit of a waste of time. Site-wide code, then you're talking.
5% cold
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Great
Doesn't work for me
Isn't this already posted on multiple offers?
Yeah not for me either
😦5%???? WOW!!!
It's not account specific, it's product specific. It's there for long time. Total hit and miss.
5% cold
These eBay codes are a bit naff, company specific so basically a small sale for them and them only, bit of a waste of time. Site-wide code, then you're talking.
Ermmm so how the heck are we supposed to know which products are ELIGIBLE??? Ebay do make it easy...NOT!
Where is the £1 FVF offer?
Heat added
What's min spend?? Fs
shtivshtiv08/04/2020 08:30

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Disagree. They’re running a business - great time to encourage both shopping and listing (as people clean up while at home) of items on their platform
shtivshtiv08/04/2020 08:30

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Couriers collect from your doorstep so no requirement to go out.
SecretSquirrel1908/04/2020 08:38

Couriers collect from your doorstep so no requirement to go out.


Ah yeah everyone's going to be hiring couriers for 20 quid a pop to fulfill their £10 eBay sales. Of course.
Edited by: "shtivshtiv" 8th Apr
shtivshtiv08/04/2020 08:39

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I get big stuff I sell collected and small stuff goes into a letterbox on my daily walk.
Sid.Harper08/04/2020 08:40

I get big stuff I sell collected and small stuff goes into a letterbox on …I get big stuff I sell collected and small stuff goes into a letterbox on my daily walk.


Yeah and how are people going to collect your big stuff exactly?

"No officer you don't understand, I'm allowed to be out. I was collecting a big eBay purchase from Sid.Harper"
Doesn’t work for me. Tried on a tv from crampon :/
Hot! Worked for me 2 days ago, deal was ending on 7th, so looks like the deal is still on. Hit and miss, managed to find a seller where the code worked exactly on the item I wanted.
Timmybuktoo08/04/2020 08:44

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There'd be no sale fee for a £10 item? I dont believe this is the case, go on any eBay calculator? Also your have to enforce the courier. YOU might not mind paying more for a courier, do you think EVERYONE would adhere to that?

The vast majority of eBay purchases require you to go out to the post office. You can keep banging on about niche scenarios where this doesn't apply but fact of the matter is they haven't run a FVF offer for ages and are unlikely to do so. No matter how much you will it.
Edited by: "shtivshtiv" 8th Apr
eBay seem to be puling back on the offers, havent seen a £1 FVF for a few weeks now and these 5% offers are a bit tight TBH....
shtivshtiv08/04/2020 08:50

There'd be no sale fee for a £10 item? I dont believe this is the case, go …There'd be no sale fee for a £10 item? I dont believe this is the case, go on any eBay calculator? Also your have to enforce the courier. YOU might not mind paying more for a courier, do you think EVERYONE would adhere to that?The vast majority of eBay purchases require you to go out to the post office. You can keep banging on about niche scenarios where this doesn't apply but fact of the matter is they haven't run a FVF offer for ages and are unlikely to do so. No matter how much you will it.


As you please. I’m selling stuff all day long and more so at the moment. Not a problem.
I don't consider these limited use codes an offer
5.1% off is when I bite.
Do you think eBay are struggling with sales right now? I’d have thought so, maybe, when it generally involves the seller going out to post. You’d have thought they might try a little harder to encourage sales
Timmybuktoo08/04/2020 09:17

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And the vast majority of people havent been selling as much as you.


Good for you. You sell on eBay in a method that suits you. But I don't know how else to say most people have to go to the post office to fulfil their eBay orders. What about this aren't you getting
shtivshtiv08/04/2020 09:38

And the vast majority of people havent been selling as much as you.Good …And the vast majority of people havent been selling as much as you.Good for you. You sell on eBay in a method that suits you. But I don't know how else to say most people have to go to the post office to fulfil their eBay orders. What about this aren't you getting


Why do You speak for most of the people? Not just yourself?
chriskrt08/04/2020 09:40

Why do You speak for most of the people? Not just yourself?


Because that's how it is. Do you think most people courier?

I don't care what you say, a £1 FVF offer would encourage people to take trips to the post office. You know that to be the case and you can babble on about couriers as much as you like.
shtivshtiv08/04/2020 09:44

Because that's how it is. Do you think most people courier?I don't care …Because that's how it is. Do you think most people courier?I don't care what you say, a £1 FVF offer would encourage people to take trips to the post office. You know that to be the case and you can babble on about couriers as much as you like.



Wow:) Thats how it is? Wow. And i guess people cant think for their safty and look for alternatives? SPEAK FOR YOURSELF.
chriskrt08/04/2020 09:49

Wow:) Thats how it is? Wow. And i guess people cant think for their safty …Wow:) Thats how it is? Wow. And i guess people cant think for their safty and look for alternatives? SPEAK FOR YOURSELF.


Yes that is exactly how it is. Sainsbury's and Tesco literally removed multibuys and loads of offers to make sure people didn't leave the house unnecessarily.

But it's fine because the entire country will follow your lead because you'd courier a few things
Still the same old hopeless sellers
shtivshtiv08/04/2020 09:54

Yes that is exactly how it is. Sainsbury's and Tesco literally removed …Yes that is exactly how it is. Sainsbury's and Tesco literally removed multibuys and loads of offers to make sure people didn't leave the house unnecessarily. But it's fine because the entire country will follow your lead because you'd courier a few things



Right. Surely because everyone in the country eats, that means everyone in the country is selling on ebay. Great comparing.
Edited by: "chriskrt" 8th Apr
Timmybuktoo08/04/2020 09:59

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I already said more people would go to the post office if given a reason to in the same way offers at a supermarket would mean more people going there if given the reason to.

You're reasonably articulate so I refuse to believe you're dense enough that you can't understand my point.
Timmybuktoo08/04/2020 09:56

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Yes, that is literally how it is.

Do you think, with an eBay FVF offer on, that more or less people would go to the post office? Answer the question.
chriskrt08/04/2020 09:57

Right. Surely because everyone in the country eats, that means everyone in …Right. Surely because everyone in the country eats, that means everyone in the country salling on ebay. Great comparing.


My point which you've spectacularly missed is that if a company creates an offer of any sort it will drive additional business.

Additional business via a FVF offer for ebay, whether you like it or not, means more people going to the post office in the same in the same way an offer for Tesco would mean more people going to Tesco.

Can't believe I'm having to explain something so basic to what I assume is an adult.
Timmybuktoo08/04/2020 10:13

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Well, yes because I don't know the exact percentage of eBay fees? My word you are a cantankerous individual aren't you.

I notice you've avoided answering the question "do you think an eBay FVF offer will have more people go to the post office?". I wonder why you won't answer that...
shtivshtiv08/04/2020 10:08

My point which you've spectacularly missed is that if a company creates an …My point which you've spectacularly missed is that if a company creates an offer of any sort it will drive additional business.Additional business via a FVF offer for ebay, whether you like it or not, means more people going to the post office in the same in the same way an offer for Tesco would mean more people going to Tesco.Can't believe I'm having to explain something so basic to what I assume is an adult.


Some people can’t see past their own selfish self interest when their actions could literally end up killing people

Sad but that’s modern society in 2020 I guess
shtivshtiv08/04/2020 10:24

Well, yes because I don't know the exact percentage of eBay fees? My word …Well, yes because I don't know the exact percentage of eBay fees? My word you are a cantankerous individual aren't you.I notice you've avoided answering the question "do you think an eBay FVF offer will have more people go to the post office?". I wonder why you won't answer that...


what i wonder, is what would You expect? crowds in post office because of ebay fees promotions? My experiance tells me, maybe 2-3-4 visitors extra per day per post office. How do You justify ebay scalping 10% because desperate people will sell anyway? And they prettend to be lovely and remove those nasty hand sanitisers offers? Actual grow of buisness will be absolutely minor due to situation. People can think for themselves too, and they dont need to "follow my lead" as You described it. But guess what? They dont need to follow Your lead neither. Desperate will sell anyway, most will choose safty over selling junk. Few will actualy list, and EVENTUALY sell, using Post office as only ONE OF THE OPTIONS. And please, dont compare food shops.
chriskrt08/04/2020 10:40

what i wonder, is what would You expect? crowds in post office because of …what i wonder, is what would You expect? crowds in post office because of ebay fees promotions? My experiance tells me, maybe 2-3-4 visitors extra per day per post office. How do You justify ebay scalping 10% because desperate people will sell anyway? And they prettend to be lovely and remove those nasty hand sanitisers offers? Actual grow of buisness will be absolutely minor due to situation. People can think for themselves too, and they dont need to "follow my lead" as You described it. But guess what? They dont need to follow Your lead neither. Desperate will sell anyway, most will choose safty over selling junk. Few will actualy list, and EVENTUALY sell, using Post office as only ONE OF THE OPTIONS. And please, dont compare food shops.


So you're saying you'd expect more people leaving the house unnecessarily against government guidelines? Thank you for finally seeing sense and agreeing with me.

As if you're saying "well it will only be a little bit, we should consider it because itd suit me". What a joke.
Edited by: "shtivshtiv" 8th Apr
shtivshtiv08/04/2020 10:49

So you're saying you'd expect more people leaving the house unnecessarily …So you're saying you'd expect more people leaving the house unnecessarily against government guidelines? Thank you for finally seeing sense and agreeing with me.As if you're saying "well it will only be a little bit, we should consider it because itd suit me". What a joke.



Me? It suits desperate. I guess You are not one of them so You won't understand. No FVF offers suits only ebay.
Edited by: "chriskrt" 8th Apr
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