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eBay.com spring discounts roll out ‘sweet 16 deals’ promo

By Sasha Fedorenko March 22, 2019 - 2:42 pm

eBay.com spring discounts promotion introduces 16-days of consecutive deals from 24th of March and until 8th of April across categories including sports memorabilia, home, tech and fashion.

Each day from 24th of March through 8th of April, eBay will unveil a new offer daily at 8am PT on this eBay page. From sports memorabilia and apparel to sporting goods, tech, fashion, and home & garden, shoppers can score surprise savings, have access to huge spring sales and all deals ship for free. Shoppers will discover spring’s best prices across thousands of deals, with leading brands including Apple, Xbox, Sony, Bose, Google Home, Dyson, DeWalt and adidas.

To give shoppers even more of an assist, eBay’s Best Price Guarantee program assures shoppers the best price possible, as eBay offers 110% of the price difference of eligible2 competitors’ prices.

Whether it’s a backyard transformation, team apparel for game day, or a wardrobe upgrade, we’re tapping into consumers’ springtime mindsets and giving our shoppers amazing prices on exactly what they need to refresh this season from our dynamic marketplace. For 16 days, we’re giving our shoppers unbeatable savings on home, tech, fashion, sporting goods and more, all with free shipping.”
– Suzy Deering, chief marketing officer and global brand lead, eBay Americas

  • 4 months ago

    royal mail will be the ruin of ebay i still try to sell my books on ebay buts almost impossible due to royal mail putting up prices once again most of my books now sell on facebook no wrapping up no postage and they knock on my door brilliant

    • jim
      4 months ago

      the air fare and visa restrictions are a bugger though

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