+ Friday August 23rd, 2019

The launch of eBay Plus has brought a refreshing change to the value of some of deals offered by vendors on the online marketplace and a new incentive to join eBay Plus has now begun offering you a bonus Google Home Mini.

Launched in June, eBay Plus costs $49 a year and offers customers an additional layer of service such as free delivery and returns on over 15 million items from tens of thousands of Aussie retailers including MobileCiti, Myer, Target and Chemist Warehouse, as well as a premium customer service line and bonus FlyBuys points.

The deal is simple, you can either sign up for eBay Plus and pay the $49 annual fee straight up, or sign up for a free 30-day trial this month and then pay the annual Plus membership fee on the day after the trial ends and eBay will send you a Google Home Mini.

There are of course some Terms and Conditions for this deal, if you cancel your membership during the trial etc. you won’t be eligible and you can’t transfer it or exchange the Mini for cash or credit – but other than that it’s simple.

The eBay Plus offer is live now until the end of the month, so if you want to trial it out then head over to eBay and jump on-board.

Source: eBay.

Daniel Tyson  


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Of all the things to pop up as an ad on Ausdroid, dentist drills are not something I ever would have expected. The US is weird!

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I already signed up during the initial launch for $29 a year so I could get the S9 for $799. I’m not into the google home thingo, which I think so many others won’t be either, so I can see allot of those mini’s will onsell in a month or two for good prices.

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