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Ebay 10% Off All Sellers -  £100 minimum spend, £100  maximum discount
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Ebay 10% Off All Sellers - £100 minimum spend, £100 maximum discount

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Posted 28th Jun

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Redeeming your coupon

This coupon is a 10% discount valid from 08:00am UK local time on 28th June 2019 and is valid while advertised, on purchases on eBay.co.uk, unless cancelled earlier in accordance with these Terms and Conditions.

How to redeem your coupon:
Simply make a purchase of £100 or more on eBay.co.uk and pay with PayPal, credit card, or debit card. Enter coupon code PRIZE10 at checkout when prompted. The maximum discount you can receive is £100 per redemption and you are limited to three redemptions.
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Imac 27 inch 5k Retina, Intel i5 Quad Core, 8Gb Ram, 1TB HD, 570 Radeon Pro Graphics, £1099 at Currys on eBay

2x Sonos Gen 2 Speakers with Alexa £313.20 with code @ Avensys eBay

Argos Home Sicily 6 Seater Metal Patio Set with Parasol - Black £143.99 w/code @ Argos Ebay

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Grade A Pixel 3 XL £350 | Note 9 Good 512GB £450 | New Note 9 £458 | Mi9 New £336 @ Ebay / uk_best4tech

De'Longhi Cafe Corso ESAM2800 Bean to Cup Coffee Machine - Refurbished £151.19 with code @ delonghiuk ebay

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Enter coupon code PRIZE10 at checkout when prompted. The maximum discount you can receive is £100 per redemption and you are limited to three redemptions.

Coupon Terms and Conditions:

This offer is open to users registered on eBay.co.uk with a UK address, who must be UK residents of 18 years of age or older. The shipping address must also be a UK address.

Three coupon redemptions per selected registered user only. The coupon is valid from the date you receive the coupon 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 PRIZE10 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 law 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.
Troubleshooting guide - if the voucher is not working for you for any reason...
• Make sure your basket has at least £100 worth of goods (multiple items from multiple sellers is fine as it's not seller-specific this time)
• Make sure you are not mis-spelling the code: PRIZE10
• Clear your browser cache+cookies & try again
• Try on a different device altogether
• If still not working, visit this link & check that your 'Country' is set to the UK (relevant if you've roamed in the past with non-UK deals): scgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/…how - if not, change it to the UK & click on the Save Changes and Submit buttons
• Checking-out as a guest mostly works as a last resort: ebay.co.uk/hel…035 - clear browser cache+cookies before attempting
• If absolutely none of the above works, then you need to contact eBay support via: ebay.co.uk/hel…220
Scroll to the bottom of the link & use one of the options there:

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Live at 8am, posted at 8:12am...

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Heated, OP.

"Simply make a purchase of £100 or more on eBay.co.uk and pay with PayPal, credit card, or debit card."

Oh
Edited by: "BuzzDuraband" 28th Jun
"when you spend over £100" lol
Thanks mate! Was about to purchase an expensive item last night but got drank and forgot now i've saved £65 that will go towards good bottle of bourbon
Just.Wondering28/06/2019 08:23

I'd say eBay is really feeling the pressure, due to free options such as …I'd say eBay is really feeling the pressure, due to free options such as Facebook marketplace, they must be losing money on quite a few sales, if I had a listing for £1000 for sale that I setup using the £1 max sellers fee and someone purchased using the 10 percent off code...then that is quite a hit !


Have you checked eBay's revenue/profits for the year?

About £15 billion worldwide if you're interested

More sellers providing goods on max listing fee means more interested buyers, more visits to the site and inturn more income when those people also buy from businesses not eligible the FV offer

Don't think they're too worried tbh
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Lol just about to post this you beat me by 52 seconds
3 redemptions.....it’s like Christmas in June 🙌🙌
"when you spend over £100" lol
Excellent deal, heat added........................ 🔥 🔥 🔥 🔥 🔥

No mod, Ed or reindeers today? Hmmm interesting
Edited by: "MrSwitch" 28th Jun
FieryDevilz28/06/2019 08:11

"when you spend over £100" lol


Just buy 100 iphone cases !
Edited by: "Just.Wondering" 28th Jun
Live at 8am, posted at 8:12am...

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Heated, OP.

"Simply make a purchase of £100 or more on eBay.co.uk and pay with PayPal, credit card, or debit card."

Oh
Edited by: "BuzzDuraband" 28th Jun
Nice it can be used three times per account !!!!
I just went on the eBay app and saw this offer come up as a banner...Thought ‘yes it’s early, I can finally post an eBay deal and get goood heat’... beat me by 5 minutes meh
Edited by: "AnitaBlaggit" 28th Jun
...like buses, one just finished and there it is another one
Another one
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BS_Man28/06/2019 08:17

...like buses, one just finished and there it is another one



Their marketing department have got to be careful...i've already vowed to never buy anything from ebay unless there is a code.
Thanks mate! Was about to purchase an expensive item last night but got drank and forgot now i've saved £65 that will go towards good bottle of bourbon
AnitaBlaggit28/06/2019 08:16

I just went on the eBay app and saw this offer come up as a …I just went on the eBay app and saw this offer come up as a banner...Thought ‘yes it’s early, I can finally post an eBay deal and get goood heat’... beat me by 5 minutes meh



I saw the offer pop up on an item, i thought some one would have beat me to it ! looks like they didnt :D. Normally these codes are known about in advance.
BS_Man28/06/2019 08:17

...like buses, one just finished and there it is another one


I'd say eBay is really feeling the pressure, due to free options such as Facebook marketplace, they must be losing money on quite a few sales, if I had a listing for £1000 for sale that I setup using the £1 max sellers fee and someone purchased using the 10 percent off code...then that is quite a hit !
mrluke28/06/2019 08:22

I saw the offer pop up on an item, i thought some one would have beat me …I saw the offer pop up on an item, i thought some one would have beat me to it ! looks like they didnt :D. Normally these codes are known about in advance.


Haha fair play hun, all credit to you. Enjoy the incoming toasty bask
Wait, so there's no end date on this one ?
mrluke28/06/2019 08:22

I saw the offer pop up on an item, i thought some one would have beat me …I saw the offer pop up on an item, i thought some one would have beat me to it ! looks like they didnt :D. Normally these codes are known about in advance.


...@reindeer333 must be in tears
Just.Wondering28/06/2019 08:23

I'd say eBay is really feeling the pressure, due to free options such as …I'd say eBay is really feeling the pressure, due to free options such as Facebook marketplace, they must be losing money on quite a few sales, if I had a listing for £1000 for sale that I setup using the £1 max sellers fee and someone purchased using the 10 percent off code...then that is quite a hit !


Probably break even. For £1000 sale

  • EBAY FEE: £ 100
  • PAYPAL FEE: £ 34.2
Super, eBay must be in a very generous mood to have back to back codes, don’t think I have seen so many in such quick succession. Thanks OP, and also must be the first time here on HUKD that an eBay code has actually gone live and posted here after that, what’s going on
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BEATS Powerbeats Pro Wireless Bluetooth Sports Earphones - Black
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RRP £219
Order total £197.10 with code
.MUFC.28/06/2019 08:29

Probably break even. For £1000 saleEBAY FEE: £ 100PAYPAL FEE: £ 34.2


Ebays fee would only be £1 though as the item would be on a £1 selling fee offer.
Edited by: "Deeez_Nuuutz" 28th Jun
Just.Wondering28/06/2019 08:23

I'd say eBay is really feeling the pressure, due to free options such as …I'd say eBay is really feeling the pressure, due to free options such as Facebook marketplace, they must be losing money on quite a few sales, if I had a listing for £1000 for sale that I setup using the £1 max sellers fee and someone purchased using the 10 percent off code...then that is quite a hit !


Have you checked eBay's revenue/profits for the year?

About £15 billion worldwide if you're interested

More sellers providing goods on max listing fee means more interested buyers, more visits to the site and inturn more income when those people also buy from businesses not eligible the FV offer

Don't think they're too worried tbh
got myself a nice watch - Bulova Men's Precisionist Quartz Chronograph Watch for £173 - been after one for a while so treated myself ? just dont tell the wife as she was after a new oven
Don't understand what eBay are hoping to achieve with all these promotions. Yes, 10% off won't cost them anything for private sellers paying the full final value fee, but there are so many "£1 max FVF" deals that that won't apply to many. And business sellers won't be paying that much.

The recent 20% off was fully funded by eBay as far as I can see. I bought a laptop and got a VAT receipt for the full price, and a friend working for Demon Tweeks said that the discount (£80 off £400 worth of tyres) was paid by eBay.

The main result I can see is that people will put off eBay purchases until the next deal comes around.

So what are they trying to do? Kill off Facebook marketplace and Gumtree?
Im glad for the voucher but a little peed off, the 20% code from the last few days wasnt on the seller i bought my phone from so i bought it yesterday, now they do this and i could have saved 40 quid + if i'd held off for one day...eBay really need to sort themselves out a bit, all these £1 seller fees and discounts coming think and fast - its just not good enuf
can you combine multiple items or does it need to be a single purchase?
mcdarius28/06/2019 08:27

Wait, so there's no end date on this one ?



One day only -

"Expires 28/06/19 23:59 BST"
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this is getting silly now.
soon everyday will be 10% off day.
vassy2i28/06/2019 08:21

Another one



DJ KHALID!

That aside, this is making me really tempted to get a nice 144hz monitor. Ebuyer's range didn't have the ones I was looking for and they bumped up the price of a bunch of them.

Any recommendations for a 27" 144hz QHD freesync monitor? Don't really want to spend above £300 (not keen on that ultra cheap EG one)
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T's & C's here.
How come it's usually a mod who posts these deals? Do Ebay tell them when it's going live or something?
philjstephenson28/06/2019 08:37

Im glad for the voucher but a little peed off, the 20% code from the last …Im glad for the voucher but a little peed off, the 20% code from the last few days wasnt on the seller i bought my phone from so i bought it yesterday, now they do this and i could have saved 40 quid + if i'd held off for one day...eBay really need to sort themselves out a bit, all these £1 seller fees and discounts coming think and fast - its just not good enuf


They're thick and fast at this time of the year, they try to get you to spend your money with them before Prime Day so you have none left for Amazon.
Deeez_Nuuutz28/06/2019 08:33

Ebays fee would only be £1 though as the item would be on a £1 selling fee …Ebays fee would only be £1 though as the item would be on a £1 selling fee offer.


There last £1 offer expired on 24th June so they might. "*Valid from 21st June 2019 00:00:01 until Monday 24th June 2019 23:59:59. Maximum fee per sold listing. Applies to final value fees on up to 100 listings. Item must sell within the first listing period. No insertion fees apply. Private sellers only. T&Cs apply."


So anyone who listed during last £1 offer could profit nicely if one of there friends bought one of there items = profit
Can you use it more than once?
FieryDevilz28/06/2019 08:11

"when you spend over £100" lol


Not worth bothering otherwise - can't believe some people waste these coupons getting 70p off Gillette razors etc.
jono828/06/2019 08:22

Their marketing department have got to be careful...i've already vowed to …Their marketing department have got to be careful...i've already vowed to never buy anything from ebay unless there is a code.


I don't even know why they have a marketing department, they are an entrenched part of the internet, the defacto buying and selling site just as much as Google is defacto search.

They have been taking their 10% for doing nothing at all for two decades, they can afford to forego it on a few sales from time to time.
BuzzDuraband28/06/2019 08:14

Live at 8am, posted at 8:12am...[Image] Heated, OP. "Simply …Live at 8am, posted at 8:12am...[Image] Heated, OP. "Simply make a purchase of £100 or more on eBay.co.uk and pay with PayPal, credit card, or debit card."Oh


Is it basket total over £100 or does it have to be £100 on one item?
Where did the days of £20 min spend go?
Great if you want to buy an iPad Pro!
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