eBay launches 20 percent off promotion on select Black Friday deals

By Greg S
Nov 13, 2017
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  1. eBay is going after traditional retailers by directly comparing their prices and beating them. Kohl's, Macy's, JCPenny and Walmart are among the four retailers that eBay has singled out and tells you exactly which items can be had for better pricing.

    Besides just beating pricing on select items, eBay is also offering a 20 percent promo code that is good for use on items from over 125 sellers. The promotional code PSHOPEARLY is good for up to a maximum of $50 off any item over $25 sold by a participating seller. Several of the sellers carry smartphones, 4K TVs, laptops and other high-end electronics. The Samsung Galaxy S8+ with 64GB of storage, for example, can be had for $599 as an unlocked phone after discount.

    Unfortunately, now is still not a great time to be shopping for computer components. The components available with 20 percent off are not all that great of deals and are not any of the big name brands you are likely looking for. Specifically, DDR4 RAM is still over $150 for 16GB and the graphics cards available are still well above suggested retail prices.

    The 20 percent off promotion is good from now until November 20. eBay is likely to offer more deals over the next two weeks so keep an eye out if there is something specific you are after.

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  2. turismozilla

    turismozilla TS Addict Posts: 174   +55

    Aaaaahhhh, Ebay, I remember when Ebay used to be cool, then share holders got greedy, board members had to feed them, fees got ridiculous, and thus... small sellers were driven out.
    MaXtor, Reehahs and EClyde like this.
  3. EClyde

    EClyde TS Evangelist Posts: 1,488   +525

    I try not to use ebay no mo. It good to buy Mr Magoo's Christmas Carol and cheap old hard drives
  4. MaXtor

    MaXtor TS Addict Posts: 166   +66

    I used Ebay for years, but I moved to Amazon when Ebay started pre-charging import fees for products which I had never been charged an import fee.

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