YMMV: 8% back in eBay Bucks on $50+ items

If I ever use the term “Fall into Savings” please feel free to e-yell at me in the comments! Because every other email I open today says “Fall into Savings” 🙂 Might as well fall into a pumpkin spice latte while eating a pumpkin kringle and wearing harvest-orange head-to-toe 😉

Which brings us to another eBay Bonus Bucks promotion 🙂

Jump in the Bay of Fees! This is YMMV ~ I do not know if eBay offers this to everyone or a subset of their registered users. Good until Saturday at 11:59pm pacific time (9/23/17), you earn 8% eBay Bucks on your purchases with a minimum individual price of $50+.

First you have to manually activate the offer from the eBay email or your eBay messages (if invited/selected to participate). Some exclusions apply as usual and the maximum rewards you can earn is $100 per transaction, and $500 during the promotional period.

A good place to look for ideas are the eBay Deals along with the Trending Deals (shows only 100 trending deals, less overwhelming to look at than their main deals page). There’s also a dedicated search box there that searches only the Deals, not everything else on eBay.

Another way to look for ideas is our eBay Category posts here…

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  1. S.W. Anderson says:

    I’ve been with eBay since it became a news story, the Next Big Thing online. I’ve bought enough stuff on eBay to threaten weaker marriages than I’m blessed with (chuckling with fingers crossed). I have yet to get a message or e-mail for eBay bucks or any kind of coupon. I have never sold on eBay. I wonder if that’s a requirement.

    • Interesting! Are you signed up for the eBay Bucks rewards program? Maybe there are options in the Settings that have promotional offers and such turned off? The last time I tried to go through the eBay settings I got a headache.

      Being a seller shouldn’t be a pre-requisite, some of the offers of this variety they send out are to encourage people to start or restart selling (bonuses for listing items for sale, or having successful sales).