On the hunt for an eBay discount code? You've landed in the right place. Right now, they're offering shoppers a lovely 20 per cent off selected Playmobil, Barbie, Hot Wheels and Lego toys as well as 10 per cent off board games. Ahead of Christmas? Scroll for the codes – deals finish soon!
Also, if you're not already aware, there's more to eBay than snapping up secondhand bargains. In fact, you can purchase brand new products, and retailers such as AO and Argos have their own shops on there. So, basically, eBay is a go-to for some great buys – and we've hunted down some of the very best eBay deals going. So why not treat yourself to a bargain (see below)?
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Today's best eBay discount codes
20% off Playmobil
Left your Christmas toy shopping to the last minute? Luckily for you, there's 20 per cent off to be saved at eBay right now. Playmobil is the ultimate gift for small kids, and at eBay they sell everything from Spirit Playmobil to Playmobil City Life and Playmobil The Explorers. Deal ends: 27th December.View Deal
20% off Barbie, Hot Wheels and Fisher Price
There's no discount code needed for this incredible deal: prices are already slashed on-site. There's everything from Barbie's Glam Convertible to Hot Wheels and Thomas the Tank Engine toys. Deal ends: 20th December.View Deal
Save 20% on Leapfrog, Harry Potter, Lego and more
Looking to buy even more toys? There's 20 per cent off Leapfrog, Harry Potter and Lego toys at eBay but not for long – deals end on the 20th December. Bargains all round... Deals end: 20th December.View Deal
Upgrade your Apple Watch from £149.99
Always wanted to own an Apple watch but never wanted to pay an arm and a leg for one? Or maybe you already have one but are just looking to upgrade to a newer version? Shop eBay's Apple watch sale for a treat. Prices start at £149.99. Bargain. Deal ends: Unknown.View Deal
DIY Power Tools From £100
Including products from well-known brands such as Makita and DeWalt, grab £100 off a drill, saw, planer and much more. An ideal time for DIYing... Deal ends: Unknown.
How to score the best eBay deal
- Don't be afraid to haggle: When buying used items, never be afraid to offer a lower price and do some haggling. If you don't ask, you don't get, right?
- Use the save your search tool: If you're after a particular item on eBay, new or used, you can save a search for it and you'll then get notified when any new products matching are put on the site. This saves you time trawling through the site.
- Fill up your watch list: If you like the look of a product or the price of a product, pop it in your watching list so you can keep an eye on it. If you've the eBay app, it'll also notify you if the price drops. Which brings us on to...
- Use the eBay app: There's a handy function on the app where you can snap a photo of an item and it will match items sold on eBay to your photo. So, say you're at someone's house and you really like their coffee machine, you can just take a photo of it and eBay will find you one the same, or similar on their site. To use, click the camera button next to the search bar and snap away.
- Check delivery charges before purchasing: There's nothing worse than thinking you've got a cracking deal, only to find out there's expensive postage and packaging added on. It's always best to check, especially if your item is coming from a different country.
- Check the time the listing finishes: Realistically, listings that finish at weird times, e.g early hours of the morning, are less likely to have more bids, so less of a battle for you. Winner!
- Shop around: While eBay is a very cheap retailer, they aren't always 100 per cent the cheapest place to buy, so be sure to do some online browsing first.