Ya.. Its the usual bump up the price and provide a code deal..
i don't quite understand this, there is no additional money off with code, it is just a filter to the true religion items that are always being sold at this 'discounted price'. I bought 5 items from there a few weeks ago at exactly the same price as its showing on the link... and you can not use the code 'True Religion' to get it cheaper. Am i missing something?
Blimey you would have to be a believer to have faith in their RRP eg £99 for a short sleeve t shirt (shock) https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/TRUE-RELIGION-Mens-Tailored-Sport-Short-Sleeve-Crew-T-shirt-White-S-RRP-99-BNWT/133639063089?hash=item1f1d824631%3Ag%3A46oAAOSwwfdf7lc6&_trkparms=%2526rpp_cid%253D60378b08945ebe913f81807c
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Prices on manufacturers sites are usually higher than retail outlets. The prices will have a margin for discount by retailers. The retailers would probably be most annoyed if a manufacturer sold below what was possible at retail.
Been looking at a the deep fat fryer, £39.99 here, £32 after the voucher. £25 new on Amazon 🤷
and sadly not the one thing i need, a microwave :(
These prices are deffo higher than the norm in retail shops.
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Well i think the above example of the apple watch series 6 cellular (for £355 after 10%) from Currys is a perfect example for you. Please find me an unopened one for that price anywhere.
The ones voting hot on these 'sales' are paid to do so, or have direct interest in the companies. These eBay 'selected sellers discount' are far beyond a joke, for a long time now. I have absolutely NEVER found a single item cheaper than usual on these sales, and I buy a lot from eBay.
Hehe got a MSI GF75 laptop from yesterday. Look forward to it. :D The "bank manager" isn't going to be happy.
No, it’s the deal where you continually post that comment.
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I have to say when I last used one of these discounts it was with Hughes. The price for the item had been reduced to match other online sellers and was mirrored on the eBay store. So my item was £125, reduced to £99 and then the eBay coupon at the time to £84. Some sellers may increase the price before, no doubt but not everyone does.
As others have noted, the prices are often raised to overcompensate the reduction. They never used to be as bad IIRC.
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£175 for a used 6S ? Cheapest electrical? Maybe not
No. Many here would disagree.
Are you assuming people on here are poor and couldn’t afford a 1000-1500£ phone if they wanted to? A deal is a deal, doesn’t matter what the absolute price is. Besides, the times where iPhones are the most expensive and overpriced phones are long gone, look at how many android phones are in the price range you mentioned. And no, they are not significantly better than a 12 pro max and yes, they also do not come with a charger.
For some reason, yes. It's truly a mystery why people on a deals website aren't keen on £1000-1500 phones.
I concur , apple are leading the pack in terms of 'planned obsolecence' and contributing greatly towards E-waste and irreparability . I recently purchased a Fairphone 3 after I researched sustainability in technology .
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Yeah, as the headline states it's just an Android TV update, not Google TV unfortunately. "The Google TV-inspired redesign of Android TV, announced back in February, boasts a sleeker look and smarter features."
That's the interface older tvs will also be updated
My xf75 got it which is 2017 and my xg80 has and read it in article that the 2016 from above will get it
Sony haven't confirmed whether any TVs other than the 2021 models will be getting Google TV unfortunately. There's a new Android TV update out with a more Google TV type interface, but it's still Android TV.
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Hmm... I've got a 8000 series 2019 set and I find it runs really smoothly with 4k content on the inbuilt apps. Is your WiFi solid? That might give you the same symptoms you mentioned
Yep deffo wrong photo.
The listing on the eBay website is also wrong to. Must admit I love my Philips LED TV but best to get something additional to give you the smart features as the processor is hopeless and often find lag or stuttering during viewing....which is a shame.
Waiting for the 2021 hdmi 2.1 models ending 06. From Next month
Why sites the photo say OLED and only show 3 sides of ambilight? It's got to be the wrong photo in the post
13/05/2021Expires on 13/05/2021Posted 4 h, 38 m agoPosted 4 h, 38 m ago
Aldi own brand (kirkton house) saucepans are exactly the same as a Salter set I was given, only difference is the logo stamped into the base!
Salter makes great scales. (Full stop) Their other products are not even made by them, it's just a sticker. E.g. I had a kettle that was sold by many other brands... So why overpay for a useless sticker? Quality control? They ain't any better
These are £52 from Vey, just incase someone has a code to use https://www.very.co.uk/salter-megastone-3-piece-saucepan-set/1600423731.prd
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13/05/2021Expires on 13/05/2021Posted 10 h, 37 m agoPosted 10 h, 37 m ago
I saw the 400 nit reference to on Google but all others showing 250 nits. Shame as would consider buying if it was 400 nits
This one will do 4k 60hz as it has HDMI 2.0 the Huawei one won't, not through HDMI nor DP (through USB-C) both are older versions. Other than that the Huawei seems like a great laptop for the money in my eyes.
That specific model is 300, if you look at the cheaper D model, that's only 250.
I am a Zenbook fan. But the Huawei is better, go for it. Both, screen and CPU are better. It also has a nice portable factor and good built quality, but Zenbook has this too.
I will be very surprised TBH, I don't think that's the right spec, I've never seen a Zenbook under 300 nits. Edit - Saying this, I remember this model and it seems is 400 nits for other markets, and we're 'blessed' with 250 nits in the UK. That's crazy for a Zenbook. IMO all Zenbooks should be at least 300 nits and should come with Thunderbolt. And I think most models £600+ with Intel, have Thunderbolt, but not many have it if they are Ryzen. This is a good price, but Huawei kills the deal.
Wowee... I bought a similar design Lenovo 3500U 8gb 256gb machine for my son in November 2019 *NEW* for £315.... now it’s 10 pounds more for a second hand used laptop. Crazy. Great core specs and runs like a dream by the way - not criticising the machine OP :)
To be fair, that avg I dragged down by a negative review of 30 and another negative review in Italian that's for the PC version and complains about the controls on the PC version. I'm not saying it's the latest Uncharted or anything, just that if it's your genre, it should definitely be playable.
Still higher than your magic beans.
No it doesn't. It gets 54% on metacritic on PS4. It's poor.
As long as you amuse yourself. Keep going
Paid £2.95 the other week, still sealed though. Worth it as even if you don't like the game you've got a spare case
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Using an eBay Voucher Code
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eBay voucher offers are regularly sent out to customers by email and they are also advertised on the website. Sometimes an eBay code provides you with a set amount of money off an order, but more often they send out percentage off codes. If you have one, this is how to redeem it as part of an eBay purchase:
Shop for the products you need.
Click through to your basket.
Add your eBay promo code in the space labelled "Add Voucher".
Select a payment method and complete your purchase.
You can also order from international eBay stores other than eBay.co.uk as long as you provide a correct address in the country of the website from which you place your order. For currently available vouchers and discount codes, visit mydealz (Germany), Dealabs (France), Pepper.nl (the Netherlands), Pepper.pl (Poland) and Preisjäger (Austria).
Do eBay charge to sell?
eBay generally charge a 10% sellers fee for selling on their platform. The total fee is calculated including any postage costs. Get eBay Discount Codes.
Do eBay own PayPal?
Yes, PayPal is a subsidiary of eBay and you can use PayPal as a payment method when buying on eBay. Get eBay Discount Codes.
Does eBay deliver?
Yes, eBay does deliver and when buying on eBay you will find all information about delivery costs and shipping costs in the description of the product or before you check out. Get eBay Discount Codes.
eBay do not have a live chat function, but you can find out the best way to contact them through their website. Get eBay Discount Codes.
Do eBay deliver on Sundays?
It is up to individual sellers to offer weekend delivery. If there is a postage option for a weekend service, you can select that when placing an order. Alternatively, you can contact the seller to ask them. If they agree you may have to pay extra - assuming weekend delivery is not one of their standard delivery options. Get eBay Discount Codes.
To find the exact shipping details and see an estimated delivery date for an order, you’ll need to check the seller’s delivery options on each item page. In general, you can expect to find the following:
Click and Collect
Delivered free to a store near you, the store can be selected at the checkout and the item should be available within 4 days.
Fast & Free
Free for smaller items delivered within the UK. The package will arrive 3-4 days after dispatch.
Royal Mail 2nd Class
£2.00 - £4.00 depending on the item’s weight. Delivered within 5-7 days.
£5+ depending on the size and weight of the package. Delivered by a courier within 48 hours.
£5+ depending on the contents, size and weight of the package. Delivered within 15-25 days.
Returning an Order to eBay
Not all sellers have the same returns policy, so always check their terms to see if you will have to pay the postage costs, for example. Most sellers do accept returns and every item sold is covered by the eBay Money Back Guarantee. This means that products which don’t match their description, or those which are damaged or broken should be refunded. This guarantee overrides a seller’s policy. Refunds are made 2-3 days after the item has been received by the seller. Whether you want to return an entire order or just a single item, this is how to complete the process:
Log into your eBay account.
Navigate to your purchase history.
Find the product in question.
Choose Return this Item.
Give a reason for returning the item.
Add images if necessary.
Choose Send and the seller has three days to accept.
Print the returns label they provide.
Repackage the items and affix the label.
Mail at the Post Office.
Ask for proof of postage.
What Payment Methods Can be Used at eBay?
eBay will accept various methods of payment, you can choose from the following:
How to Contact eBay
eBay has many different options when it comes to getting in touch with a query, problem or complaint. Here’s how to get started:
For general advice and assistance visit Help at eBay, from here you can navigate to other options.
To contact eBay about a problem, when the seller has not responded or been unhelpful, head to the Resolution Centre and start the resolution process.
For a faster response, visit the Help and Contact area and select Request a Call Back. A representative will usually by in touch within a few hours.
To locate a solution online yourself, visit either the eBay Selling or Buying FAQ pages depending on the type of query you have.
To get information from other eBay users you can Ask the Community. This option can be found in the Contact area and you'll be directed to a public forum.
Keep up With the Latest from eBay on Social Media
eBay send out targeted emails with news on products and deals that might interest individual members, these begin after you sign up for an account. If you download the app on an iOS or Android device, you can log in to sell, browse or shop. eBay is very active on social media, sending out news on the latest offers, seasonal products and unusual items up for auction.
The eBay Company Story
eBay was founded by Pierre Omidyar in 1995, it all started in the living room of his home in San Jose, USA. The venture was initially a hobby, but by the late 1990s, it had become a global online marketplace. Now shoppers can buy from other people and also businesses from across the world. It is estimated that there are 25 million sellers on the platform and 183 million active users.
Product Collections at eBay
There are a huge number of listings on eBay, but you can really narrow a search by selecting one or more buying preferences. Choose between auctions, buy it now offers and seller types, as well as a price range, size and colour. To get you started, eBay has grouped their listings into categories. This means you can search for what you need more efficiently, before refining your results even further. The eleven sections are:
Home & Garden
Here you can shop for items that you need around the home or in the garden. The smaller sections are broken down into baby gear, furniture, home décor and major appliances, as well as pet supplies, tools and outdoor. If you’d prefer to head straight for the deals, there is a link to that page. eBay has a set of featured categories to inspire you, with titles such as emergency procedures and smart appliances. There is a list of well-known brands in home and garden products, this includes, Breville,Hoover, KitchenAid and many more. You can also shop by interest to find bohemian, modern, glamorous and kids home décor.
In this section, you’ll find clothing for men, women and children in a huge range of sizes and styles. You can choose to shop for the brands you prefer or just browse the listings. The categories include shoes, jewellery, beauty, health and handbags. There are men’s, women’s, kid’s and baby areas, as well as vintage and traditional clothing. You can find sports fan clothing, novelty outfits and graphic t-shirts. eBay list all their best-known brands here such as PUMA, Rolex and Zara, but you can also shop by interest if you prefer. Explore trends, denim, curvy styles, basics and more.
Sports and Leisure
Here you can shop for everything that’s required for active pursuits, from clothing to equipment and accessories. The areas of interest include cycling, golf, general fitness, hunting and outdoor sports. You can find hiking supplies and wholesale lots of sporting goods. To shop directly from the brands you like, select a sport and click through to see the leading brands for that activity. Alternatively, choose to browse the sales events for sports and leisure, or go to a list of featured sellers specialising in pre-loved goods, sports outfits, and more.
Health & Beauty
This part of the eBay site covers smaller items of makeup, hair care tools and fragrances alongside larger items that are important to health, such as mobility scooters and massage chairs. The product groups include facial skincare, vapes, hair styling, makeup and health care. There is also a section for medical tools and devices, as well as mobility equipment. You can find hair removal tools, spa-style treatments and also natural remedies, or choose self-tanning and body art products. They have a section for vision and oral care and a range of dietary supplements. If you’d prefer, you can shop by stores like Perfume Direct, Lindens and Hogies Online.
On the eBay toys section you can shop for toys that are trending as well as retro toys and collectables. The listings are divided into various categories including action figures, board games, marbles and model kits. As they are so popular, there is a subsection devoted to dolls and bears, this includes houses, paper dolls, teddy bear making supplies and miniatures. If you are buying a gift you can narrow the search by age, from birth to 12+ years, to see appropriate toys. Alternatively, you can browse interests such as Star Wars, Disney and nostalgic toys. You can find links to all the latest toys sales and events too.
The Motors category has spares and accessories for standard cars, trucks, bikes, hybrid, classic and collectable cars. You can shop by the type of part you require, be it wheels or tools, or visit My Garage to see parts for the vehicle you have. There is a section dedicated to DIY projects with everything from car care manuals to online guide books and virtual tech. You can use the Installation Service to ship tyres to local installers and there is also support for car dealers. eBay includes a list of deals and events for motor-related items here.
This part of the website has all kinds of home entertainment products. These include the latest DVDs alongside educational resources and classic bestsellers. The most popular sections are listed at the top of the page so you can simply click on what you want to find. The general sections include Books, Comics & Magazines, DVDs, Films & TV, and Music. You can search for pre-orders and new releases, or find antiquarian books and memorabilia. The films and TV section has laserdiscs and VHS tapes, as well as the more commonly used DVDs and Blu-rays. There are school, university and reference books, as well as fiction, non-fiction books and magazines.
In this category eBay places works of art and collectables, some are recent releases and others are much older. The sections include antiques, which covers furniture, carpets and decorative arts, along with maritime, musical and scientific collections. The toys and games area has Hornby train sets, action figures and construction kits, while the art area is devoted to canvasses, posters and prints along with original works in the form of drawings, sculptures and folk art. There are coins and banknotes from all over the world, bullion and medals. eBay also has a collectables area devoted to dolls and bears, as well as stamps and sports memorabilia.
If you just want to view what’s been reduced in a range of different categories, click straight through to this area. It covers electronics, fashion, home and garden, sports and leisure and automotive. There are spotlight deals which may not be available for long, deals that are trending with eBay shoppers and more general reductions on various products. You can narrow a search by looking at the featured deals which tend to be the biggest price drops, or choose a category if you want to focus on a specific item. A link to the Sales and Events area is made available here, so you can swiftly move there if you don’t find what you need.
At the Local eBay page you can find the same categories as on the main page, but the items listed are closer to you. In order to search you just need to enter your postcode and select a distance. This can make it easier to find larger items that you wouldn’t want to collect from a long way away. It’s also a good idea if you want to pick something up within the next few days or hours rather than waiting for a postal delivery.
Brands to Shop at eBay
eBay’s main competition is from online marketplaces such as Amazon and Shopify. Many brands have a storefront on eBay, here are some of the most notable:
People who have an account will occasionally be sent an eBay discount code with their regular daily email. The email will also include news on any current deals. Alternatively, you can browse through the Sales & Events page to find live eBay offers, or check on the outlet pages of your favourite brands. eBay participates in the Black Friday event each year with price cuts across various categories. You can also use the search function on tools such as Last Minute Auction. This site scans eBay for listings priced at £1 or under which are ending soon. To learn about new sales and reductions as they are announced, head to hotukdeals.