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Shop $100 off Apple, Nintendo, adidas and more at eBay


Calling all eBay Plus members – you can save up to $100 when you spend on big brands, for a limited time.

It's Friday! The weekend is right around the corner, and what better way to celebrate than with some red-hot, money-saving deals? We know you're going to want to see these.

Specifically if you're an eBay Plus member, you can get your hands on a number of spend and save offers.

  • Save $10 when you spend over $50
  • Save $50 when you spend over $500
  • Save $100 when you spend over $1,000

All you have to do it is a have a browse, choose your favourite items, add them to cart and use the code PLUSSS1 at checkout. It's that easy!

This offer is only available for a limited time and eBay actually hasn't disclosed an official end date. That means it can disappear at any time, so if you're serious about saving your hard-earned cash, you've got to get in there now!

No matter what kind of item you're looking to buy, you'll be happy to know that there's a bunch of categories included and some big brands that we're pretty sure you've heard of before.

We're talking all sorts of products from Apple, Nintendo, adidas, Kitchen Aid, Lenovo, LEGO, Nespresso and so much more.

More about eBay Plus

Haven't signed up for an eBay Plus membership yet? If you're an avid shopper of the online marketplace, 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).

Need help restocking your wardrobe? Check out the latest fashion deals, see retailers with free shipping offers and shop across our extensive buying guides.

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