Are you an armchair shopper, preferring the comfort of sipping a cup of coffee as you browse the deals on eBay? If so, you are not alone. With the harried pace of today, many of us opt for shopping online and avoiding the crowds—especially at the holiday season. If you are an avid eBay shopper, then you know how easy it can be to get caught up in the “game” only to realize that your win is going to cost more that you wanted. So, what can be done to offset the cost? And where can eBay coupons be found? These are great questions that need an answer. Whether you have shopped eBay only a few times or on a regular basis, having eBay coupons is a great way to get an even better bid for your buck. There are a variety of eBay coupons available, if you know where to look.
“In the Know” on eBay Coupons:
- Think outside the box for how to phrase your search queries. Web pages frequently have their own terminology for coupons on eBay.
- Use eBay coupon codes—while these are released often, they only go to people who have an account with eBay. The coupons are e-mailed based on demographics and user preferences.
- Understand that only select groups receive E-bay coupons at a given time.
- Recognize that eBay coupons may be nothing more than a series of letters or number to be entered into a box when you pay for purchases.
Things to keep in mind when using eBay Coupons:
- Just because you have a coupon code does not guarantee (unfortunately) that it is usable.
- Check redemptioncodes.com for a list of current eBay coupons and codes.
- Unless the code was sent to you specifically, it may not work when entered.
- If the code emailed to you does not work, phone eBay and ask the CSR to enter the eBay coupon for you.
Additional savings on eBay can be found by sorting the items you are bidding on by the “Free shipping option” and who doesn’t like to save on that! Also, when you find an item you want to bid on, offer your lowest amount and wait to hear back from the seller rather than waiting for the auction to end. Lastly, there are often money saving perks/coupons when you use Pay-Pal (owned by eBay) to pay for your items.
eBay coupons are a great way to add more fun to your shopping adventures. So check out sites like Coupon Claim and others so you can decrease your spending and increase your bidding and savings power.