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28-12-2017 20% off everything on eBay until 6pm 
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Enter PNY2018 at checkout
Offer ends at 6pm today
Minimum spend £20
Maximum discount £75
Single use only

Pretty good deal if you have your eye on anything, spend £375 to get the maximum discount.


28 Dec 2017, 14:02
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koollectablz wrote:
Enter PNY2018 at checkout
Offer ends at 6pm today
Minimum spend £20
Maximum discount £75
Single use only

Pretty good deal if you have your eye on anything, spend £375 to get the maximum discount.



Cheers for that. I've only just noticed it but can't see anything that I'm after on a BiN!


28 Dec 2017, 18:00
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so is this just for business' or does ebay pay the difference on a private seller who my not want to offer a discount.


28 Dec 2017, 18:19
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big bad bri wrote:
so is this just for business' or does ebay pay the difference on a private seller who my not want to offer a discount.


This is purely for buyers to get 20% off anything you want on Ebay until 6pm this evening. About 15 mins time!


28 Dec 2017, 18:44
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Quidco are also offering an additional 5% off Ebay buys currently as well


28 Dec 2017, 18:45
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Thinking about this, this must have cost eBay quite a bit. I sold 4 items (which were all BIN that have been listed for well over two weeks) within the 6 hour time period that eBay will have to cover the 20% discount, which on those items is £120.

Plus all of mine were BINs that I'd listed as part of the usual 100 items free to list but also on the maximum £1 FVF weekend, so its not as if they even got their usual cut.

So for me eBay made a healthy loss of £114.

Be interesting to know what the average discount was and how many items were sold using it overall.


29 Dec 2017, 10:33
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