Save 20% on all tech purchases from Sony, Dell, Futu and more

Matt Sayer 21 December 2017 NEWS

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Make room under the Christmas tree, because these deals are hard to pass up.

Left your Christmas shopping to the last minute? Or are you just looking to splurge a little in celebration of a year well lived? Either way, you're in luck. Right in time for the holidays, eBay is throwing a Best in Tech sale with a blanket 20% off home entertainment, smartphones, computers, cameras and plenty of other electronic devices from a selection of the site's top tech retailers.

Sellers like Sony, Dell, Asus, GraysOnline and Futu are all in on the sale, along with dozens more sellers from across the world of tech. The 20% discount isn't the only bargain on offer, either, as purchasing select products from Sony, Olympus, Philips or Nikon will score you up to $300 worth of gift cards or cash back.

To get in on this sale, all you need to do is head on over to the eBay Best in Tech sale page and use the promo code "POWERUP" at checkout. Bear in mind, though, that you're limited to a total of three transactions and a maximum discount of $1000 over the course of the sale, which runs until 27 December. The 20% off also doesn't apply to postage costs.

In case you don't have the time to browse the full sale for yourself, we've rounded up some of our top picks below:

Product Discounted price Buy it
Bose QC35 II QuietComfort Noise-cancelling headphones $339.20 Go to site
Yamaha YAS-306 7.1 soundbar $511.20 Go to site
Sony 43-inch Full HD Smart TV (Seconds) $559.20 Go to site
Apple iPad Pro 12.9 inch 32GB $799.20 Go to site
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 (Direct import) $942.00 Go to site
Dell XPS 13 laptop (i5-7200U, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD) $1439.20 Go to site

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