Ebay - 15% off $50+ purchases via the eBay app. Ends today (4/26) at 9PM today
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Ebay - 15% off $50+ purchases via the eBay app. Ends today (4/26) at 9PM today

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Found 26th Apr
Similar to the Ebay Italy Deal, but if you change your region to USA you get 15% off


Method: (credit to tungle106)
1. Login to ebay.co.uk and above left click on account settings.
2. In the account settings click on ebay account and then on addresses.
3. Change registration address country to USA
4. Find the item you want on a .co.uk address and then change the domain to .com
5. Add item to basket (make sure you are logged in when adding to basket)
6. Open Ebay app and go to settings and then change "country" to USA
7. Go to basket and your item(s) will appear
8. Type code PLAN2SAVE at check out
9. Pay using Paypal

Maximum Discount of $50
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29 Comments
Why do you do this to me?

I just saved 10% on a PS4 Pro and was so proud of myself but now I see I could have saved even more!! 😪😪
Time to blaze.

Come on ebay.co.uk stop making us fiddle around all the time. You think they'd notice with all the registration changes.
Is there a limit on the amount of discount?
watto12 m ago

Is there a limit on the amount of discount?



Yes, maximum value of $50
Any duty, tax to be paid on purchasing items from USA?
Better deal for smaller amounts than the Italy one. Really want a Sony 70-200 f4, and eBay with one of these codes is definitely going to be the best way to go about it.
Yome17 m ago

Any duty, tax to be paid on purchasing items from USA?


I think you have answered your own question there.
Yome29 m ago

Any duty, tax to be paid on purchasing items from USA?


Yep, your gonna be better off buying something from a UK seller
Might be worth changing point 4 of the guide in the description to change domain to ".com" instead of ".it".

Looks like an oversight in the copy and paste job, but thought I'd mention it in case it wasn't obvious to some
ahenners1 m ago

Might be worth changing point 4 of the guide in the description to change …Might be worth changing point 4 of the guide in the description to change domain to ".com" instead of ".it".Looks like an oversight in the copy and paste job, but thought I'd mention it in case it wasn't obvious to some



Thanks...amended
I canneee believe this
Wtf Ebay
They are teasing us
The_IMF2 h, 26 m ago

Why do you do this to me?I just saved 10% on a PS4 Pro and was so proud of …Why do you do this to me?I just saved 10% on a PS4 Pro and was so proud of myself but now I see I could have saved even more!! 😪😪



depends if you saved less than £35... as this code max saving is 50$

I bought an iphone x with the ebay.it ode... saved £80
Just saved £18 on a sink I have had in my watch list for about a month, glad I waited.
Yome2 h, 45 m ago

Any duty, tax to be paid on purchasing items from USA?


Yes - and possibly a hefty handling charge too. Royal Mail, for example:

What happens to mail coming from countries outside the UK?

All mail that enters the UK may be examined by Customs. Letters, postcards and parcels containing only documents are usually exempt.

If you’re receiving a parcel from a country outside the EU it may incur Customs charges.

Any parcel assessed as being liable for Customs charges will also incur a Royal Mail handling fee of £8.

Any goods imported into the UK over the value of £15 are liable for import VAT.

Gifts between private individuals over the value of £39 are also liable for VAT. Goods and gifts over these values may also be liable for customs duty.

You no longer have to pay Customs duty for goods up to the value of £135. However, you will still be required to pay import VAT and excise duty where applicable.

Please note: These limits don’t apply to alcohol and tobacco goods. You may be charged both excise duty and import VAT on these goods.

It’s not permitted to send alcohol and tobacco products into the UK from another EU country unless prior arrangements have been made to account for the excise duty.

For more details please check the HM Revenue & Customs guide to Shopping .
A faff but worked for me - £33 odd quid off a phone a friend asked me to help with buying. Heat here
Thanks OP
Bought another Dyson v7 animal
So 3 bought in 2 days
tungle1068 m ago

Thanks OPBought another Dyson v7 animalSo 3 bought in 2 days


It sounds like you cleaned up!
dealomatic33 m ago

It sounds like you cleaned up!


Loved mine so bought more for gifts
Its a great piece of kit
Expired?
dealomatic53 m ago

It sounds like you cleaned up!


urg... that sucks
Expired now
It's say it's expired.
Newbold2 h, 34 m ago

Yes - and possibly a hefty handling charge too. Royal Mail, for …Yes - and possibly a hefty handling charge too. Royal Mail, for example:What happens to mail coming from countries outside the UK?All mail that enters the UK may be examined by Customs. Letters, postcards and parcels containing only documents are usually exempt.If you’re receiving a parcel from a country outside the EU it may incur Customs charges.Any parcel assessed as being liable for Customs charges will also incur a Royal Mail handling fee of £8.Any goods imported into the UK over the value of £15 are liable for import VAT.Gifts between private individuals over the value of £39 are also liable for VAT. Goods and gifts over these values may also be liable for customs duty.You no longer have to pay Customs duty for goods up to the value of £135. However, you will still be required to pay import VAT and excise duty where applicable.Please note: These limits don’t apply to alcohol and tobacco goods. You may be charged both excise duty and import VAT on these goods.It’s not permitted to send alcohol and tobacco products into the UK from another EU country unless prior arrangements have been made to account for the excise duty.For more details please check the HM Revenue & Customs guide to Shopping [Image] .



The whole idea is to purchase an item from a UK seller, but through eBay USA. You wrote a whole long paragraph for no reason.
hashman3 h, 17 m ago

depends if you saved less than £35... as this code max saving is 50$I …depends if you saved less than £35... as this code max saving is 50$I bought an iphone x with the ebay.it ode... saved £80


Saved £27 with my code. Still a decent price for a Pro so won't cry too much!
Newbold3 h, 11 m ago

Yes - and possibly a hefty handling charge too. Royal Mail, for …Yes - and possibly a hefty handling charge too. Royal Mail, for example:What happens to mail coming from countries outside the UK?All mail that enters the UK may be examined by Customs. Letters, postcards and parcels containing only documents are usually exempt.If you’re receiving a parcel from a country outside the EU it may incur Customs charges.Any parcel assessed as being liable for Customs charges will also incur a Royal Mail handling fee of £8.Any goods imported into the UK over the value of £15 are liable for import VAT.Gifts between private individuals over the value of £39 are also liable for VAT. Goods and gifts over these values may also be liable for customs duty.You no longer have to pay Customs duty for goods up to the value of £135. However, you will still be required to pay import VAT and excise duty where applicable.Please note: These limits don’t apply to alcohol and tobacco goods. You may be charged both excise duty and import VAT on these goods.It’s not permitted to send alcohol and tobacco products into the UK from another EU country unless prior arrangements have been made to account for the excise duty.For more details please check the HM Revenue & Customs guide to Shopping [Image] .


Royal Mail are thieves.
Istanbul_Kop2 h, 23 m ago

Royal Mail are thieves.


A very bold statement , nothing to do with Royal Mail . They’re well within their rights to charge a handling fee to get that item delivered to your door!
danj3039 h, 10 m ago

The whole idea is to purchase an item from a UK seller, but through eBay …The whole idea is to purchase an item from a UK seller, but through eBay USA. You wrote a whole long paragraph for no reason.


Correction: I copied and pasted a paragraph. And, if you look again you'll see that it was a reply to this question:

"Any duty, tax to be paid on purchasing items from USA?"
tonksy1827th Apr

A very bold statement , nothing to do with Royal Mail . They’re well w …A very bold statement , nothing to do with Royal Mail . They’re well within their rights to charge a handling fee to get that item delivered to your door!


A make that bold statement based on personal experience of thievery at my local sorting office. Royal Mail, or specifically some of their employees...cannot be trusted.

The hadling charge is extortion though.
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