Get 10% off your eBay purchase when you check out with Afterpay

Posted: 21 February 2021 3:00 pm
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For a limited time, you can split your payment and save thanks to buy now pay later service Afterpay.

In case you missed the announcement, online platform eBay revealed early last year that it had partnered with payment service Afterpay.

The partnership has since given over 40,000 businesses across the site the ability to use the service, which in turn gives consumers a way of paying off their shopping purchases in instalments.

To further reward customers for shopping through the service, eBay is now offering 10% off eligible itemswhen you check out using Afterpay.

The offer spans a huge range of categories including beauty, technology, home and garden, fashion, kids toys and more, making it easy to save on the items you need.

Just a few of the products included in the deal are:

To take advantage of the offer, simply spend over $100 on eligible items and enter the code PAPY10 at the checkout.

You'll also stand to save even more if you have a current eBay Plus membership. eBay is currently offering an additional 2% off for Plus members, bringing your total savings to 12% off.

If you're yet to sign up for an eBay Plus membership, it could be worth your while doing so. In addition to exclusive deals and offers, membership gets you free shipping and returns on millions of eligible items.

It also gets you 5% off your groceries when you shop at Coles on eBay (with a minimum spend of $49) and a free one-month trial (annual cost after the trial period ends is $49).

To find out more, see our guide to eBay Plus or head to the eBay Plus sign-up page.

To find out more about Afterpay, see our guide to the payment service.

Looking for more ways to save? Check out today's top 5 deals and our huge database of coupon codes.

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