How to snap up $1 toys on eBay, just in time for Christmas

Posted: 3 November 2020 5:00 am
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eBay Plus members will have the chance to slash the cost of their Christmas shopping with the launch of today's Toy Mania sale.

With Christmas now less than two months away, online giant eBay is aiming to give shoppers a helping hand. From 10am AEDT today (3 November), the retailer will be hosting a Toy Mania sale exclusively for its eBay Plus members.

The sales event will see prices reduced on a range of popular toys and games, with eligible items going for just $1 each. Included in the mix are products from big name brands such as Barbie, Monopoly and The Wiggles.

You can check out some of the available options below:

Other popular items such as Trivial Pursuit Wildlife Edition, UNO cards, Monopoly Junior, LOL Surprise! Top Trumps, Boggle Classic, Ker Plunk and Etch A Sketch Classic will also be available.

Each deal will be limited to 50-300 units, depending on the product, so you'll need to be quick to bag yourself a bargain. Shoppers will also be limited to one item per transaction and two transactions per person.

To be eligible to shop the sale, you will need to sign up for an eBay Plus membership if you haven't done so already. Membership comes with a 30-day free trial period, after which it costs $49 per year.

eBay Plus also includes free shipping and returns on millions of products, along with free delivery and 5% off when you shop from Coles on eBay.

eBay Australia's Sophie Onikul has said of the sale, "Classic toys have been one of this year's biggest trends. From building toys to arts and crafts, board games and puzzles, these long-time favourites are still sought-after following a surge during lockdown."

"They're a great way for families to bond away from screens – not to mention an absolute steal at just $1 each!"

You can learn more about eBay Plus here.


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