eBay £15 off £75 email (account specific) - header "£15 off your next purchase, get something special on eBay"
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eBay £15 off £75 email (account specific) - header "£15 off your next purchase, get something special on eBay"

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Edited by:"Newbold"Found 26th Jun 2017
£15 off £75 emails going out - probably account specific, but take care not to delete it because it contain a personalised code.

Minimum spend of £75.

Voucher valid until 30 June 2017
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I got a £15 off a £30 spend... A first time for everything I suppose.
thanks
Bah, haven't had any of the recent eBay deals
Hot for those that get them. I never seem to get these, probably because I'm always buying something or other so they don't have any need to incentivise me

If anyone gets one that they don't want please could you consider pming it to me as I could definitely use a discount on eBay for a change. Be happy to send over a bunch of (steam) games in return.
got a £20 off a £40 spend thanks op.
Just about to buy a laptop so this could come in handy, nothing yet though
ST31234 m ago

Hot for those that get them. I never seem to get these, probably because …Hot for those that get them. I never seem to get these, probably because I'm always buying something or other so they don't have any need to incentivise me If anyone gets one that they don't want please could you consider pming it to me as I could definitely use a discount on eBay for a change. Be happy to send over a bunch of (steam) games in return.


Likewise! *does puppy eyes*
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ST3123

Hot for those that get them. I never seem to get these, probably because … Hot for those that get them. I never seem to get these, probably because I'm always buying something or other so they don't have any need to incentivise me If anyone gets one that they don't want please could you consider pming it to me as I could definitely use a discount on eBay for a change. Be happy to send over a bunch of (steam) games in return.



Most likely tied to the account as they have been in the past, unfortunately

I'm in the same boat as you, they NEVER send me any of these promotions.
I haven't used scambay in ages but had a £20 off £40! Thanks op
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Posted mainly to warn people not to just delete those eBay emails - this one has a code in it. £15 for me, and I buy a fair bit on eBay, so others may get rather more.
Apparently I had a £20 off £40 but it expired 2 days ago Shame they didn't tell me.
http://i.imgur.com/G8FAEbj.png

:*(
Never got any of these only get £1 seller fees. Good for all that get one as its a good discount if you are buying.
Got a £15 off a £30 spend guess it's better than spending £75
wow... I got zilch!
Nice, got it

http://i.imgur.com/n2ca4Kx.png
JohnnyRoller

I got a £15 off a £30 spend... A first time for everything I suppose.



​do you see discount as check out?:)
Where are people seeing this on ebay? Thanks
Still nothing yet but will put some Expensive things in my basket just in case I get lucky...
no need for thos post of custpmer specific and people are being emailed directly, particularly when the discount is noted in the title.
My partner got a £20 off £40 but nothing for me lol
carltonbp

Where are people seeing this on ebay? Thanks



£15 off £75 ! emails ! going out - probably account specific, but take c … £15 off £75 ! emails ! going out - probably account specific, but take care not to delete it because it contain a personalised code.



Edited by: "Steelman111" 27th Jun 2017
Nice £5 off £10
Scottc123

no need for thos post of custpmer specific and people are being emailed … no need for thos post of custpmer specific and people are being emailed directly, particularly when the discount is noted in the title.




But it's different for everyone. I had no email, only saw the available voucher after adding items to basket.
Xflem, why call it scambay? I have a very small business on Ebay and I don't scam anyone. As I'm sure most others using it don't (both buyers and sellers). There will always be some who abuse it but vast majority of people are honest. As a business seller I have to comply to a long list of rules and regulations, there seems to be very little difference in the way its run nowdays than Amazon, or any other online retailer, it's certainly no longer an 'auction site', most people don't even run auctions on it anymore. Sales are dire over at Ebay at present and there is a general panic spreading through the Business community as more and more are reporting up to a 90% slump in sales since beginning of the year! Please use your vouchers, at the moment we need your business just to keep going.
my eBay had £20 off £40 use before 26th June and my gf eBay has the same as this deal
DJDunk11 h, 55 m ago

Apparently I had a £20 off £40 but it expired 2 days ago Shame they d …Apparently I had a £20 off £40 but it expired 2 days ago Shame they didn't tell me.


I had that one I mentioned it on an Ebay thread last week.

I get offers like this on a regular basis,probably because I hardly buy anything from there usually
BuzzDuraband12 h, 2 m ago

Most likely tied to the account as they have been in the past, …Most likely tied to the account as they have been in the past, unfortunately :(I'm in the same boat as you, they NEVER send me any of these promotions.


They may send them to you if you stop buying
waterloo11 h, 41 m ago

Never got any of these only get £1 seller fees. Good for all that get one …Never got any of these only get £1 seller fees. Good for all that get one as its a good discount if you are buying.


Do you buy and sell on the same account as I have a different account for buying and I only get the offers on the selling accounts.
Even if you don't get an email, the voucher may still get added to your account. Check on the My eBay page, near the bottom, per the screenshot posted by @skykid3.
Often get these £15 off a £75 spend,but always come at the wrong time,when there's nothing i want to buy,well for £75 that is, got a 15% off a £"30 spend,but there's a catch,it has to be used with a mobile device
Damn I didn't get one, need to buy an expensive item as well!
I think ebay must be struggling. My experience of being an honest seller is that they always believe scam buyers so selling on there is a gamble. They can ruin your livelihood with a few naff buyers - and of course there are disreputable sellers too, but my experience is that ebay don't care about sellers which is ironic as they need them. They now levy greater charges too though Amazon is no better. I had hoped that Amazon would offer a competing auction site but they haven't - yet! eBay's ethics and service suck.

Good luck if you want something and can get a discount but I won't be rushing to buy on fleabay
Edited by: "Brownbloke11" 27th Jun 2017
Good for those included!

If anyone has no use for theirs, feel free to shoot me a PM!
Got £10 off a £20 spend - are ebay desperate, what with the £1 final seeling and now there giving money away.....
Nothing for me, spent & sold loads lately !
guessing this is specific to people who haven't used eBay in a while.
Brownbloke11

I think ebay must be struggling. My experience of being an honest seller … I think ebay must be struggling. My experience of being an honest seller is that they always believe scam buyers so selling on there is a gamble. They can ruin your livelihood with a few naff buyers - and of course there are disreputable sellers too, but my experience is that ebay don't care about sellers which is ironic as they need them. They now levy greater charges too though Amazon is no better. I had hoped that Amazon would offer a competing auction site but they haven't - yet! eBay's ethics and service suck. Good luck if you want something and can get a discount but I won't be rushing to buy on fleabay



​eBay bought out Yahoo auctions back in the day, which was the only other auction site with using.
Andi-C11 m ago

Nothing for me, spent & sold loads lately !


Try setting up a new account and don't use it,you might get one then as an incentive
Polar1

Xflem, why call it scambay? I have a very small business on Ebay and I … Xflem, why call it scambay? I have a very small business on Ebay and I don't scam anyone. As I'm sure most others using it don't (both buyers and sellers). There will always be some who abuse it but vast majority of people are honest. As a business seller I have to comply to a long list of rules and regulations, there seems to be very little difference in the way its run nowdays than Amazon, or any other online retailer, it's certainly no longer an 'auction site', most people don't even run auctions on it anymore. Sales are dire over at Ebay at present and there is a general panic spreading through the Business community as more and more are reporting up to a 90% slump in sales since beginning of the year! Please use your vouchers, at the moment we need your business just to keep going.



Whilst I by no means have a business on eBay I have sold very very frequently over the years, hundreds possibly thousands of items.

I'd probably refer to it as scambay from a sellers perspective more than a buyers.

The whole seller must prove the item was received is ridiculous.
99p DVD and need to send it signed for.
It used to be if the buyer wanted it sent a certain way they paid for it otherwise they took their chances. "Normally" Royal Mail isn't that bad, at least in my area.

Forum threads all over the place where buyers admit to claiming every third item hasn't been received when it has just so they get their money back (and keep the "lost" item).

Taking their 10% fees off the postage charge. What ?!?

Non-paying bidders. Does anything ever get done? Oh they got sent an email. Oooooooooooooo

Shill bidding. Had car amplifier and speakers on. Loads of watchers. Very high price pretty quick. Lots of watchers stopped watching as had gone beyond their limit. 12 hours before auction end the top 2 bidders pull out dropping it from £80 to £15.
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