Tuesday , August 21 2018

eBay’s first sale in Australia occurred 15 years ago, and since Sunday, eBay has been offering 15% off purchases made through the eBay.com.au site. The offer was supposed to end last night at midnight, but has been extended till midnight tonight.

There’s terms and conditions – lots of them – on the sale but there’s also 1000’s of ways to get your 15% off, on many items, such as the new Moto G from TheGoodGuys for $232.98 incl shipping which reader Malcolm picked up by simply entering the code ‘celebrate15’ at checkout.

It’s not just phones, it’s everything, so jump onto ebay and grab a bargain. Let us know about any deals you find in the comments.

Source: ebay.
Thanks: Malcolm.

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Picked up LG G3 3G/32G for $504. Very happy.

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Picked up a OnePlus One 64GB from DWI for $394 and a Cube Talk 9x tablet. Went all out

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I was wondering when you guys would post this offer.

With the extra 15% off it is worth risking companies like Kogan and DWI.

The high end Samsung tablets are almost as expensive as an iPad, so here’s your chance to get one cheap. But only buy from reputable sellers!

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Awesome. Just picked up a new Galaxy Tab S 8.4 for $336 from a HK supplier down from $396 ($60 discount). Time to retire the Tab 7.7 🙂

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