Get Some Bargains In eBay's Big Sunday Toy Sale

Yes, it's November already. Nope, I have no idea where the days went either. All we can do is prepare for December and the explosion of gift-giving (and receiving) it contains. If you can, it's usually cheaper to make your purchases before the Christmas rush and eBay looks like it wants to help out, offering a 20 per cent discount on toy purchases until 11 November.

The code you'll need to enter is as follows:

CWORLDOFTOYS

Those of you eyeing off a next-gen (well, current-gen) console will be disappointed to learn the deal does not apply to consoles, though video games appear included. Postage on the other hand does not fall under the discount.

Unlike previous site-wide deals, this one only applies to a select number of categories. User "vietbargain" over at OzBargain has pulled out the more important terms and conditions, which you'll find below:

  • Toys means children’s toys, for example items listed in the following categories on eBay.com.au: Toys & Hobbies, Toys 0-12 months (in Baby), Children’s Books (in Books, Magazines), Toys (in Collectables) and Dolls, Bears.
  • Consoles are excluded from this offer.
  • Only 3 transactions per person during the Offer Period.
  • The total discount is capped at $100 per transaction.
  • The discount applies to item cost only; postage costs are excluded.
  • Gift cards/certificates/vouchers are excluded from this offer.
  • Not to be used in conjunction with any other eBay coupon/voucher.

XMAS Toy Sale [eBay, via OzBargain]


Comments

    With PayPal's new 180 day return policy, you have up to that long to return toys purchased for a full refund from the seller of the toys. So if kids don't like their Christmas toys, you have until roughly May to return them for a refund.

      From Paypal: "We’re increasing the time for buyers to file a merchandise dispute (Item Not Received and Significantly Not as Described) from 45 days to 180 days."

      So no, not a 'return' policy, unless you're a jerk.

      Last edited 10/11/14 10:03 am

    As with all eBay "Sales", you can get more than 20% off by just ignoring the sale and using eBay like normal.

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