Amazon looms just over the horizon but eBay is here to remind you they are a big deal with 20% off all sorts of tech products - smartphones, cameras, laptops, routers, graphics cards, TVs, drones, headphones... the list goes on!
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eBay is throwing more and more sales into the wind in recent months -- maybe it's worried about Amazon's imminent launch. But sales are a good thing for you, the customer, because they mean discounts. This latest sale slashes 20 per cent off the price of a lot of tech -- you can score yourself a discount of up to $1000, too, and on multiple items.
If your neighbourhood has a home owner's association that tirelessly works to ensure everybody's lawn is neat and presentable, you might find yourself dealing with a few angry letters when you install this 16-foot tall replica of an Alien Queen in your front garden. But it's still more tasteful than a ceramic gnome or jockey.
When I was 18 years old, I bought a baby Louis Vuitton handbag off of eBay. It was about $400 and light blue. I loved it. Then the zipper broke, and when I took it to the Louis Vuitton store to get repaired, the snooty sales girl informed me that it was counterfeit. Eighteen-year-old me was incensed, humiliated and embarrassed, but I learned an expensive (if important) lesson: Don't buy designer goods off of eBay.
Attention bargain hunters: eBay's Click & Collect site is offering a $100 voucher to use at Woolworths or Big W when you spend $300 or more. You can also get a $50 voucher for orders over $149.99. In other words, you're essentially getting a third of your money back to spend at one of the aforementioned stores. Here are the details.
The odds of winning a pair of Nike's amazing self-lacing Air Mag sneakers are slim, but Virgin America's custom First Class sneakers, which turn you into a walking ad for the airline, could be a decent consolation prize. You just need to outbid everyone else who's interested, since there's only one pair in existence.
If you do a search for "Disney VHS" on eBay, you'll find plenty of 1990s Disney movies to choose from. You'll also notice something strange: A lot of people are asking for a ton of money. Literally hundreds of people are asking for more than $US1000 ($1298) per tape for everything from Beauty and the Beast to The Little Mermaid. Dozens more are asking for over $US10,000 ($12,981) per tape. One person is asking for $US1.5 million ($1.9 million) for 12 Disney tapes. What's going on here?
Thanks to the wonders of the web there's no excuse for keeping three old iPhones in a drawer or letting an old tablet gather dust. There are now a huge number of sites and apps willing to turn your unwanted stuff into cold, hard cash -- and these are the ways you can make sure the process is as smooth and profitable as possible.
Picky shoppers only choosing the most perfectly-shaped and blemish-free produce at grocery stores has led to a tremendous amount of food waste. To illustrate how not-so-perfect fruits and vegetables are still perfectly edible, Hasbro has created a misshaped version of Mr Potato Head to serve as a spokesperson.
The Slo Mo Guys create some of the most YouTube-y videos out there. Their shtick involves shooting and smashing things and filming them in slow motion, which is what online videos are all about really (besides cats).