Get 20% off the latest games and consoles at select eBay stores

Matt Sayer 20 July 2017 NEWS


The sale only lasts until 27 July , so you'll want to move fast.

It's game time over at eBay this week, with the online retailer serving up a 20% off sale on all video games and toys at select eBay stores. Using the coupon code 'PLAYING', you can slash a fifth off the price of any eligible purchase at a range of Aussie sellers, including:

There are plenty of bargains to snap up, with some particularly hot deals on offer at The Gamesmen's store. You can grab yourself a Nintendo Switch for just $399.16, which is just about the lowest price the console has ever gone for. You can also pick up a Nintendo 2DS bundle with Mario Kart 7 for $131.96, as well as a PS4 Pro with the Call of Duty Infinite Warfare bundle for a mere $477.56.

Bear in mind that you can only use the coupon code three times during the sale, and the maximum discount per transaction is $300. The sale runs until midnight on 26 July, but you'll want to act fast to take advantage of the best deals before they sell out.

Check out the full sale over at eBay

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