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What's Your Best eBay Bargain?

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Last week I ordered a carpet after looking at many online shops, and ordering samples (which can be used as coasters too) I was lucky as I saved £30 buying a carpet from ebay, as it would have cost more buying it direct from their online store. I collected some nectar points too. Placing items in your basket is also a good idea, as the seller sometimes offer you a discount!

What's your best eBay bargain?

craftyclaws04
a month ago
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UKstar
UKstara month ago

A New look brand new coat priced £69.99 for £18 because the seller took really bad angled photos. But I manage to find the same coat online and it looked nice. Then that same coat I sold for £34.99 used. So basically got my money back with profit and even had worn it. Often find loads of bargains when sellers take really bad photos of the items.

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tara73ziva
tara73zivaa month ago

A genuine skoda alloy wheel for £6.62 in the correct colour for my car

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davidstockport
davidstockporta month ago

Thanks for the tip about placing items in basket hoping the seller might offer a discount. Has anyone ever tried this trick with any success?

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Ann1984
Ann1984a month ago

davidstockport I have number of times it’s normally only a 5percent discount you don’t have to just add to basket it works if watch item too

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davidstockport
davidstockporta month ago

Ann1984 Thanks... 5% is better than nothing - I had wondered if it applied to things being watched. I've often watched things on ebay but don't recall being offered a discount. There was a time (many years ago) when after I had been outbid on an item, the seller offered me another at the price I had bid. Where the same thing was being offered as buy it now, or bid, same buyer different listings. I would put in a low bid.

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craftyclaws04
craftyclaws04
Original Poster
a month ago

YES, I have!

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PinkElephant26
PinkElephant26a month ago

I quite often use baycrazy or fatfingers website. Baycrazy - you can search for items or anything local to you with no bids. Or items ending soon with no bids.

Fat fingers - search for things people have mis-spelt, you search the type the correct spelling.

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Ann1984
Ann1984a month ago

PinkElephant26 I remember these but forgot the names of site thank you for reminding

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craftyclaws04
craftyclaws04
Original Poster
a month ago

Thanks for the info

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cjevans
cjevansa month ago

£10 for 3 tonnes of sand 😂

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suga0147
suga0147a month ago

I brought a refurbished food processor with a blender with it for £24 which is worth £70

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