Amazon August Bank Holiday Deals

Amazon Deals

Amazon has launched a raft of Bank Holiday Discounts which are scheduled to run right through the weekend. The deals will run from the 27th to 30th of August. New deals will be added every day, on a wide range of products including up to 40% off selected TVs, up to 35% off selected smartphones, […]

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PayPal evicts eBay from Dundalk customer support centre

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eBay has announced that they have been served notice by PayPal at their Dundalk facility in Co Louth. At the time of the split of PayPal and eBay in July 2015, PayPal took over the lease of the building they jointly occupied. Now, as PayPal seeks to expand, they’ve served notice on eBay and they […]

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eBay’s ‘My Big Weekend’ deals back for the Bank Holiday

My Big Weekend

From today right through the Bank Holiday weekend to Tuesday the 29th of August, eBay UK will have deep discounts on many brand-name products across their most popular verticals. It’s another of eBay’s “My Big Weekend” sales promotions. The weather is set to stay warm so it’s likely that many buyers will take advantage, we […]

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Amazon repricing slow to process

Amazon Bug

Amazon appear to be having a few problems with their MWS Subscriptions API and even their own repricing solution. Users are reporting that price notification either aren’t coming through or aren’t being processed. Changes made by Amazon MWS Subscriptions API are taking sometimes hours to show up. Another sellers notes that their repricing feeds is […]

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eBay selling limits: Everything you need to know


A large number of Tamebay readers have been interested in selling limits, citing sales being throttled, rolling black outs and any number of reasons why their sales have stalled. There were some interesting comments such as the people who always seem to sell roughly the same monetary value each month. Others claim to see strange […]

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Amazon Drive with unlimited online storage arrives in the UK

Amazon Drive

Amazon UK have launched a new Unlimited Storage plan, allowing customers to easily upload and securely store infinite amounts of photos, videos, movies, music, and other files to the web. Costing £55 per year, Amazon Drive offers a free three-month trial. Mind you in the States Amazon Drive only costs $59.99 so an interesting exchange […]

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Amazon to launch $5 Spotify challenger tied to Echo

Amazon Echo

It has been reported that Amazon is going to launch a new subscription music streaming service in September. It will likely hit the States before we see it on this side of the Atlantic. Of course, you can already plug into music with Amazon via Amazon Prime. In the UK Prime costs £79. But the […]

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Tesco launches same day Click & Collect

Tesco Feat

British supermarket giant Tesco is set to launch a same day click and collect service at 300 of its stores. You can order online before 1pm and then you need to book a collection slot. It’s £2 to get the service on a Monday to Thursday and £3 for slots on Friday or Saturday. The […]

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Changes to the PayPal user agreement

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You’ve probably received an email today from PayPal outlining a selection of changes that are coming to the PayPal user agreement. You can read about them fully on this page. The changes will come into force on 19th November 2016. So what is included? There’s a quite a lot: changes to buyer and seller protection […]

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