Deal: Get 15% off nearly everything on eBay until the end of today


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We’re back again to tell you about yet another eBay sitewide deal that will save you some cash on pretty much anything available on the site.

This is becoming a trend for eBay; I think we’ve written about an eBay sitewide deal at least once every month for the past six months. Some have been better than others, but they all get you a decent discount on almost anything you could want.

This time around, the eBay sitewide discount is 15 percent. As usual, there are some caveats to the deal:

  • The discount does not apply to warranties and protection plans, as well as items from the Coins & Paper Money, Gift Cards & Coupons, and Real Estate categories.
  • You must make a minimum purchase of $25. That doesn’t mean you have to buy one $25 item, it means that your cart must total more than $25.
  • The maximum discount you can get is $100, which makes the sweet spot for the deal around $666 ( \m/(>.<)\m/ ).
  • Discount applies to the purchase price only, excluding shipping, handling, and taxes.
  • The discount only works on a single transaction made on,, and
  • One discount per customer.
  • You must enter the promo code PREGAME15 at checkout.
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The eBay deal ends at 10:00 P.M. Pacific Time (1:00 A.M. on August 29, Eastern Time). Make sure you complete your purchase before then to nab the discount!

If you have some money to burn but don’t know what to get, I recommend $100 off a Samsung Galaxy Note 9 (total price $830), $85 off a OnePlus 6 (total price $481), or $95 off a Google Pixel 2 XL (total price $535).

Click the button below to start shopping. Don’t forget to enter the promo code PREGAME15 at checkout!

via Android Authority

August 28, 2018 at 02:51PM