Ebay Australia's Biggest Sale Ever Is On Now

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Throughout the month of June, eBay will be running a huge Winter Sale featuring some of its biggest discounts site-wide. Over 68,000 items from 410 sellers are set to be slashed – including plenty of tech, games and gadgets from the world's leading brands. The sale starts today with a 12-hour flash sale. Here are links to the best deals so far!

eBay's Hump Month sale will run between 1-30 June. If the online retailer can be believed, the promotion will deliver the best prices on the Australian market, resulting in record-breaking online shopping sales for the month of June. In addition to set discounts across every conceivable category, eBay is also knocking 10% off everything on the site.

There will also be daily flash sales - the first of which kicked off today and runs until midnight. Today's flash deal is $20 off any purchase when you spend $100 or more. Not too shabby! (To get the deal, use the discount code "CRAZY20" at checkout.)

Here are a few of the deals that are available now (hundreds more will be appearing over the next few weeks):

Tech

Fashion

Home


We'll be shortlisting the very best products in a future article. In the meantime, click here to see what else is on offer right now.


Comments

    Throughout the month of June, eBay will be running a huge Winter Sale featuring some of its biggest discounts site-wide.

    Why do I have the feeling they plan to bail out before the GST exemption gets abolished this year thus they are having this sale to 'go out with a bang'?

      Are you talking about eBay or its sellers? Because they are two different entities. Last I checked and I could be wrong, but eBay doesn't sell anything.

        Sorry, given that eBay needs sellers and sellers need eBay I easily think of the two as one.

        Not to get too technical but eBay is a bidding platform so technically it does sell products on behalf of the sellers. They are called sellers but I think it's more accurate to call them suppliers.

        Anyhow, I'm far enough off topic. It will be interesting to see what happens come the next tax year. Who's liable for GST? The sellers who provide the goods or eBay that provides the service?

          Not to get too technical but eBay is a bidding platform so technically it does sell products on behalf of the sellers.

          Hello, ex-eBay employee here - saying they sell products on behalf of sellers isn't technically correct. The company's standpoint is generally "this shit has got nothing to do with us", they simply provide the platform for people to meet and take zero responsibility for almost anything that happens beyond where they're legally bound (people trying to sell porn on eBay, for example). As for the GST component, well that could be difficult for the government to implement (and has been almost since inception), as eBay Australia is actually, for taxation purposes, based in Ireland. Their Customer Support team is also based in Canada, but that's another story.

        Yes but the government is looking to force them to pay gst on everything sold through their site, which they say is a clusterfuck for them to collect, which is why they are threatening to leave.

          I hope they do leave . Open up the Australian market for an Australian company to step in to their shoes. I'm tired of the international ebay monopoly .

          The more multinational billionaires / billionaire companies who pay zero tax that we can boot out of this country, the better.

          Something between ebay and gumtree could be established by an Australian group, who will pay tax , and I hope it is.

    Yeah... Be careful with this. I was looking at getting a breville smart grinder from Best buy with this deal, but noticed their retail price is $248 so still $228 with the $20 off. I did a quick Google search and Myer have the same model for $200! So beware they may just be trying to lure unsuspecting customers in with the flash sale headline!

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