Learn how to save money with eBay coupons and become a smart eBay shopper. You can save some serious money.
Where do I Get eBay Coupons?
If you have an active eBay.com or Paypal.com account, you will get eBay discount coupons in your inbox. You can also see eBay coupons available exclusively for you at ‘My eBay’. In most cases, people just ignore these coupons. They have no idea these coupons are real money.
EBay Coupons are Real Money
The value of the coupons varies. Sometimes you get a $20 eBay coupon that you can redeem against a $100 purchase. Other times you get eBay discount vouchers that save 10% to 30% on the total bill amount.
There will be limit on maximum amount you can redeem with a coupon. The maximum you can redeem will be noted along with the coupon code. If the limit is $100, you will usually have to make a minimum purchase of $400. It allows you to buy a $400 item for $300. That is real cash savings of $100.
Do you now see it has been real money that you have been ignoring all these years?
Items that Accept eBay Coupons
Every eBay coupons are usually available for any merchandise in eBay that accepts Paypal payment. You also need a pay with your Paypal account to redeem eBay coupons. Signing up for Paypal is free. You can pay with your credit card while choosing Paypal for payment.
You cannot use two coupons on a single item. However, you can combine gift certificates or gift cards with an eBay coupon.
All the eBay coupons have validity of two to three weeks. After that, the coupon expires. So, make sure you redeem the coupons while they are still valid.
Do Sellers Suffer?
These coupon codes are offered by either eBay or Paypal. The merchants selling the items don’t even know their customers have used an eBay discount voucher. Thus, eBay coupons are good for sellers too.
Another key to using eBay coupons is watching an item you want to buy. Delay your purchase until you see an eBay coupon in your email inbox or until you see one in you ‘My eBay’ area.