Oct 10, 2020
Okay, I told you guys that I would warn you of more upcoming savings, as we move toward the holiday season. Here I am! I'm just going to drop these links upfront.
As promised, I’m going to be letting you know of more promo codes, as the holidays progress. I keep repeating myself, but if you plan on buying gifts this year, do it early! The postal system is already backlogged this year. eBay has been a safety net this entire year for a lot of things that were sold out in stores, as well as being the go-to place for things you can order without leaving the comfort of your home. I think there is an old school of thought about eBay: that it is only a place for used and resold items. That has never been true. There are more retail stores with their own pages on eBay, now more than ever, offering deals that you will not find anywhere else.
For instance, I have a pricey but old portable air conditioning unit that needed a new filter and hose and the only place I could find those discontinued items was on the brand's eBay shop that was specifically set up for this purpose. It can be used for practical items as well as fun collector items and wants.
Right now, there are 40 deals avail on Slickdeals.net for eBay and one of my faves is up to 50% off laptops. If you know anyone with kids, you can understand how important that savings is right now with more than half the nation now homeschooling.
The other side of eBay is the bidding engagement for people who enjoy the thrill of winning an auction. You can search and find just about anything you can want, even hard to find and discontinued items at varying and competitive pricing.
There is also an extra 15% off code sitewide avail. That is literally a deal for everyone. As I was stating, eBay ranges from secondhand/collectible items to completely new items/gift cards. So, eBay offers a little bit of everything for everyone.
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