eBay Discount Codes
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Popular Ebay Discount Codes for July 2020
|Voucher Code Description||Discount Type||Expiry Date|
|Up to 30% Savings on Pet Food, Treats and Dental Care at eBay||Online Deal||17 Jul 2020|
|Get 30% Discount on Selected Personal Care Items at eBay||Online Deal||10 Jul 2020|
|Get 30% Discount on Selected Household Care Items at eBay||Online Deal||10 Jul 2020|
|Get 20% Discount on Selected Cosmetics at eBay||Online Deal||10 Jul 2020|
|20% Discount on Selected Kitchen Appliances at eBay||Online Deal||10 Jul 2020|
|50% Off Selected Spotlight Deals at eBay||Online Deal||26 Jul 2020|
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How to use your eBay discount code
Saving money with a coupon couldn’t be easier:
- Add your items to the basket
- When you go to check out, simply type your discount code into the box marked ‘enter promo code’ and hit ‘apply’ – if you’re struggling to find the code, check your previous tabs and copy the code from there
- Be aware that some discount codes are automatically applied
eBay delivery and returns
If you’re buying on eBay, there are a range of different delivery rates, including standard, express and one-day – depending on the seller. You’ll be able to select and view the cost of delivery at the checkout. For more information, see the delivery policy.
If you need to return your purchase, you can return your goods within 14 days for a refund. But watch out – to be eligible for refunds, your seller must accept returns. You can check this on the listing before you buy. For more information, helpful advice and instructions on how to organise a return, check out the online return policy.
How to save money with eBay
eBay is something of an Aladdin's cave of treasures old and new. And there’s nothing more satisfying than bagging one of the many bargains. But as well as saving money with an eBay discount code, you can shop smartly with these tips:
- Look out for eBay’s spotlight daily deals. Every day, eBay highlights some of their best-value picks. Without leaving the house, grab yourself the latest kitchen accessory, beauty best-seller or must-have kid’s toy for a fraction of the retail price with these featured deals. Let eBay do the hard work for you.
- Collect and spend Nectar points on eBay. For every £1 you spend on certain items on eBay, you can earn 1 Nectar point. You can also use your Nectar points and convert them into vouchers to spend with eBay. You’d be surprised how quickly your points add up and you earn money off your next purchase. To find out more, check out the information on Nectar points.
- Find something vintage or rare. eBay is home to loads of items you’ll struggle to find elsewhere. Every collector’s best-kept secret, there are thousands of retro rarities to browse through, including comics, stamps, film memorabilia and so much more. And with the ability to bid on your favourites, you could get them for an enviable price.
- Save your favourites for later. Keep looking for similar items? To make sure you’re one of the first to know about the latest bargains, you can save your favourite searches. You’ll then get email alerts when new items matching your search are listed.
- eBay’s deals and events newsletter. Like all good online retailers, eBay has an email newsletter you can sign up to. It’ll deliver the latest offers, seasonal sales and events, and tailored product listings to your inbox.
An eBay buyer’s guide
It’s no surprise eBay is so popular with shoppers. You can go beyond the trends or start your own, all with the help of the marketplace. But with so many unique items, how easy is it to shop? Here are some of our favourite reasons why eBay is a buyer’s dream:
- eBay money back guarantee. eBay wants everyone to be confident buying online. Most order issues can be easily solved by contacting the seller. But if you can’t agree, you can contact eBay because most purchases are covered under the eBay Money Back Guarantee. You will get your money back if any of the following apply:
- You don't receive an item
- You receive an item that doesn't match its description in the listing
- You receive an item that's broken or faulty
- Easy payment. With thousands of items, there is a ‘buy it now’ option. If you’re happy with the amount (remember to check if there’s a suitable discount code available), just add it to your basket.
If you want to make a bid for the item, just select the ‘make offer’ button. You have to wait until the end of the auction to see if your bid wins. You only pay if you win. eBay accepts all major credit and debit cards, including PayPal.
10 Surprising Facts about eBay
We’ve all grown to know and love eBay over the years. The e-commerce platform has given us the chance to buy and sell a variety of goods, from cars to packets of tissue. But how much do we really know about the retail giant? Here are 10 facts you might not be aware of.
1 - What's the Point in That?
The first item ever sold on the platform was a laser pointer, which went for a mere $14.83. To make what was already a pretty random purchase even odder was the fact the pointer was broken.Odder still? The buyer was perfectly happy with his purchase, as he specifically collected faulty laser devices.
2 - The Original Name
The first name given to eBay was “Auction Web”. I think it’s safe to say it doesn’t have quite the same ring to it as the powerhouse which is now a household name.
3 - A Yacht of Money has Been Spent on eBay
The most expensive item ever sold on the site? A yacht. This went for a staggering $168m, and was sold to Chelsea owner and Russian Oligarch Roman Abramovich. With a net worth of roughly $7.6bn, it was probably little more than chump change to him.
4 - The UK Dominates
19 million people from the UK will visit the site on a daily basis, with more items bought every month per capita than any other country in the world. We always knew those Brits were good at hounding out a deal.
5 - A New Species Discovered
Amazingly, eBay is directly responsible for the discovery of a totally new species of sea urchin. When a shell was put up for sale in Montana, Simon Coppard, who works at the International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature at The Natural History Museum in London, spotted that it was unique.
6 - James Blunt Sells his Sister
In order to raise funds for his first album, James Blunt turned to eBay to sell a wide variety of his possessions. One day, he came home to discover his sister crying, because she couldn’t afford to attend a funeral in Ireland. As a result (and with her consent) he put a listing up saying: “Damsel in distress seeks knight in shining armour!”. Amazingly, someone took him up on the offer. More amazingly, his sister and the chap who helped her out ended up getting married.
7 - The Jack Sheng Room
Jack Sheng was the first eBay seller to achieve a 1,000,000 seller feedback score on the site. While that was an achievement enough in and of itself, Jack was also honoured by having a meeting room named after him at eBay headquarters.
8 - More Naming Quirks
But it’s not just meeting rooms which are named in this way. Every building at eBay HQ has taken its name from one of the categories on their site. Currently, names include the likes of Toys, Motors, Music, Sports, Collectibles, Jewellery and Technology.
9 - A High Percentage of New Items
Despite the reputation the site has come to garner, an estimated 81% of items sold on eBay are actually brand new. Sellers are no longer just people looking to get rid of old and unwanted possessions. They’re dedicated small businesses looking for success on the site.
10 - Breaching a Leak
Remember The Darkness? Frontman Justin Hawkins once used eBay to hunt down who it was who leaked their album early. He spent £350 on the disc, which was encoded with a name and number. That meant they could trace the origins of the person who sold the CD illegally.
Growing your own business with eBay
As of 2019, eBay has 182 million buyers across 190 markets. That’s a lot of people ready to buy goods, so it’s no surprise that selling on eBay is big business. According to the e-commerce platform, eBay Small Business Sellers have outpaced the overall economy in both advanced and emerging markets.
Every day, more than 250 million searches are performed on eBay – that’s 11 million searches per hour, 190,000 searches per minute and 3,000 searches per second.
For anyone looking to start a business on eBay, January is the busiest time, with around a 30% surge in new business sellers at the start of the year. And with figures showing that the top 10 most successful new businesses registered on eBay last year turned over a combined £6m through their online stores, it’s no surprise more people are signing up.
Connecting with eBay
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