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8% eBay Bucks Bonus Offer
Earn 8% in eBay Bucks on every qualifying item when you buy, or earn 8% on the value of the items you sell. No minimum purchase/sale amount.
- Users who purchase eligible items between 5:00AM PT on April 19, 2018, and 11:59PM PT on April 20, 2018 (the “Purchase Earn Period”), will earn the promotional offer.
- Users who list eligible items between 5:00AM PT on April 19, 2018, and 11:59PM PT April 29, 2018 (the “Selling Earn Period”), will also be eligible for the promotional offer. Must sell items by April 29, 2018 to earn eBay Bucks worth 8% of the total sales price—up to $100.
- Rewards will be deposited into an eBay Bucks account by June 30, 2018.
Rewards are capped at $100 per transaction and $500 per quarter.
Qualifying purchase or items listed for sale excludes all items in the following categories: Classifieds, Business & Industrial, but only for Heavy Equipment within that category, Real Estate, Gift Cards & Coupons (including eBay Gift Cards, Gift Cards, and Digital Gifts within that category), Bullion (within the Coins & Paper category), and all categories in Motors, except Parts & Accessories.
It’s good to see these offers for sellers as well. Buying only offers are not as enticing since eBay gutted their eBay Bucks program by excluding gift cards and lowering cashback rate from 2% to 1%.
This is a targeted offer, so check your accounts to see if you’re eligible. Make sure you see the “buy or sell” offer in your account. There’s usually another version of the offer that give 8% eBay Bucks to buyers only.
Also don’t forget to go through a shopping portal if you are making any purchases. Mr.Rebate has the best rate right now at 1.5%.
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