From 5pm AEDT this evening until midnight, you can take 15% off of your eBay purchases with this discount code.
Announced on Channel 7's Sunrise earlier today and spotted by OzBargain user tightarse, eBay are taking 15% off sitewide for anyone that uses the 'PYIPPEE' discount code at checkout. That 15% off takes a Nintendo Switch down to just $340 among other savings.
According to the terms and conditions, the discount only applies with a minimum spend of $150 and gives a maximum discount of $250. You also cannot buy gift cards with this discount or from a handful of sellers, including Target and Officeworks.
To get even more value out of the deal, you can buy a $100 eBay digital gift card for $95 using the code 'PGIFT5' and then use the gift card to buy things using the 'PYIPPEE' code.
Here's some of the things you can nab with this code:
- Nintendo Switch - $339.15
- Xbox One X 1TB + 6 Games - $508.30
- Playstation 4 Pro 1TB + Overwatch and Rainbow Six Siege - $466.65
- Playstation VR V2 Worlds Bundle - $253.30
- Nintendo New 3DS XL - $223.51
- Nintendo Classic Mini NES - $83.30
- Nintendo Classic Mini SNES - $100.30
- Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition - $33.15
You don't have to use the 'PYIPPEE' discount code to buy games either. Here's some other shiny things you can get your hands on.
- Dyson Small Ball Allergy Vacuum - $288.15
- Dyson AM08 Pedestal Fan - $254.15
- Chromecast Ultra - $80.74
The 'PYIPPEE' code isn't the best fit for every situation. For example, the ridiculously discounted Microsoft Surface laptops should use the 'PLAYER20' code to get a 20% discount and far more than a $250 maximum discount. And as James mentions in the comments, there are other discount codes live at the moment including 'PEPPY' which gives a 20% discount on select items. Thanks James!
UPDATE: When this article was originally posted, the terms and conditions of the sale were not available. As such, a number of items from an excluded seller (Target) were listed. They have since been removed.
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