Afterpay Day deal: 15% off PlayStation 5 consoles at eBay

Posted: 17 March 2022 4:00 pm
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eBay sellers have slashed 15% off the PlayStation 5 console for Afterpay Day with the code AFPYDY.

Get 15% off PS5 consoles

Get 15% off PS5 consoles

Getting a discount on the PlayStation 5 is impossible at the moment. But you can score 15% off multiple eBay listings during Afterpay Day.

For those who didn't get the memo, Afterpay Day is a bi-annual shopping event that sees hundreds of retailers offer discounts both in-store and online. This naturally includes eBay, which is currently offering thousands of products at 15% off the list price. (You can see some of the best deals here.)

Surprisingly, this includes PlayStation 5 consoles, which are still incredibly rare in the wild. Now, there's one very big caveat here – you're getting 15% off the list price, not 15% off the RRP.

We normally wouldn't recommend eBay resellers due to the inevitable markup you're forced to swallow. But the PlayStation 5 is still completely sold out in Australia and there is no indication about when stock will stabilise. If you want to own a PS5 right now, you might as well buy it now and get 15% off.

To get the deal, simply use the discount code AFPYDY at checkout. (Note: Some listings are using the alternate coupon code SNSAVEA.)

You can also grab 15% off a stack of PlayStation 5 games and peripherals, including DualSense wireless controllers. You can check out the full range of gaming deals at eBay's Afterpay Day sales portal.

Check out even more of the best sales of Afterpay Day 2022.

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