Today only, eBay is having a flash sale and offering 20% off orders of $25 or more site-wide with promo code PSPRING20. There's a maximum discount limit of $100 which is pretty great, and the exclusions are only items in the Coins & Paper Money, Gift Cards & Coupons, and Real Estate categories. Unlike most of the other eBay coupons we've seen, this deal is not limited to specific sellers! You can use it on any order over $25 as long as the items aren't in those excluded categories. This code is limited to one use per account.
This flash sale makes it a great day to grab a deal on a pricey device you've had your eye on for a while - especially considering there are already some decent deals on eBay that this code will only enhance. You could take the Nintendo Switch console down to just $224 which is an insane deal, or the Xbox One X with an extra controller down to $368 which is an unheard-of price - until now that is.
You could also find some stellar deals from retailer-specific eBay stores, like Best Buy's. There you could grab some wireless BeatsX headphones for $68 with the code, a Philips Hue Starter Kit for $56, a 1TB Western Digital Hard Drive for $40 or the Ring Video Doorbell 2 for $160.
Other hot deals you should take notice of today include:
- Canon Pixma TS9020 All-In-One Printer - $41 (from $53)
- Bose QuietComfort 25 Noise-Cancelling Headphones - $128 (from $160)
- (Open-box) Apple Pencil for iPad Pro - $72 (from $90)
- Logitech C920 webcam - $48 (from $60)
- Samsung 860 EVO 250GB SSD - $76 (from $95)
- HyperX Cloud II gaming headset - $80 (from $100)
- Dell P2715Q 27-inch 4K monitor - $384 (from $480)
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