Grab a great phone deal in eBay’s 20% off tech sale

Matt Sayer 16 January 2018 NEWS

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Save hundreds on iPhones, Samsung Galaxy handsets and many other popular handsets.

It wouldn't be a new year without a new eBay sale, and right on cue, the online marketplace kicked off its first big tech sale of 2018.

Featuring 20% off all products from a bevy of popular Australian retailers, the January Tech Sale is especially compelling for anyone looking for a cracking deal on a new phone. Mobile sellers like Allphones, amaysim, BuyMobile and Vaya are all participating in the sale, making for plenty of opportunities to save big on both high-end and budget handsets from Samsung, Apple, Huawei and more.

The January Tech Sale kicks off today at 10am and wraps up at midnight on 22 January. To take advantage of the 20% discount, simply enter the promo code "PCTECH" at checkout. As usual, the maximum discount permitted in a single transaction is $1000, so if you planned on purchasing 1000 iPhone Xs, you might want to think again.

If you have a particular handset in mind or simply want to browse the sale for yourself, you can head on over to the eBay sale page and do just that. Alternatively, we've collected our picks of the best deals in the table below:

Phone Original price Discounted price Buy it
Google Pixel $699.00 $559.20 Go to site
Samsung Galaxy S8 $869.00 $695.20 Go to site
Google Pixel 2 $999.00 $799.20 Go to site
Apple iPhone 8 64GB $1079.00 $863.20 Go to site
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 $1099.00 $879.20 Go to site
iPhone X 64GB $1579.00 $1263.20 Go to site

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