Lots of people associate eBay strictly with auction-style sales, but the reality is that eBay has become more like Amazon than the online auction house it was when it debuted. If you can find it on Amazon, chances are you can find it on eBay, and sometimes eBay is cheaper due to reduced or free shipping, or by choosing items in like-new condition for a steep discount.
That’s why it’s amazing that until 7:00 PM PT today, you can get an additional 15 percent off virtually anything sold on eBay by entering the checkout code PSPRINGTIME. That means 15 percent off a new smartphone, a new gaming console, a smart speaker (like the Google Home Max shown above), a drone, or a new laptop. Or, for even steeper discounts, you can get 15 percent off used or refurbished versions of those same items.
Of course, as with any sitewide discounts like this, there are some limitations. The two biggest limitations are that you must spend at least $25 to get the discount, and the maximum discount you can receive is $50. Doing the math, that means that if you spend more than $333, you’ll get the same discount no matter how much higher you go. So, to maximize your savings, try to find something (or a combination of things) that costs close to $333.
The other caveats are that the items must be available on eBay.com, cafr.eBay.ca, and eBay.ca; the items cannot be from the Coins & Paper Money, Gift Cards & Coupons, or Real Estate categories; and each eBay user is only allowed to use one coupon in one transaction.
You can read the fine print on eBay’s coupon page here, or you can skip the fine print and get right to shopping by clicking the button below. Just remember to enter PSPRINGTIME at checkout to get your discount!