eBay Celebrates Star Wars Day With New Site-Wide 15% Off Coupon, Get HomePod for $306
eBay today launched its latest site-wide coupon event, in celebration of Star Wars Day. With the offer, you can get 15 percent off everything across eBay with just a few exclusions: Coins & Paper Money, Gift Cards & Coupons, and Real Estate categories.
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The 15 percent off coupon is running for one day only and ends later today, May 4, at 4:00 p.m. PT. To use it, you’ll need to make a purchase on eBay worth $50 or more, pay for the item or items by the coupon’s expiration time today, and enter the promo code PMAY4TH in the redemption code field. The discount caps at a maximum value of $100, and applies only to the purchase price and excludes shipping, handling, and taxes. Users with an address in the United States, Canada, Latin America, and the Caribbean are eligible for the coupon.
There are numerous Apple products that can be purchased at a discount with eBay’s coupon today, including a HomePod sold by alldayzip. Although the store has the speaker priced at $360, $10 above its normal price tag, with 15 percent off you can get a brand new HomePod for $306.00 in Space Gray or White. For more ideas, browse eBay’s Daily Tech Deals page, which currently has new and refurbished items like Apple Pencil, UE Boom 2, iPad Pro, and more.
Just like the last coupon, the new Star Wars Day discount code is available across all of eBay, so even if you can’t find Apple products you’re interested in, there should be plenty of other items on the site that could be made a bit cheaper with the 15 percent off sale. The coupon is a one-time use code, so if you’re planning to purchase multiple items to get a discount, make sure to purchase them all at once.
For more information on the code visit eBay’s landing page, and then head over to our full Deals Roundup for descriptions of other sales.
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