If you're looking to upgrade your tech, there are plenty of choices. There's eBay itself, Amazon, Kogan, JB Hi-Fi, Bing Lee, Harvey Norman, the Good Guys and directly from a range of companies.
Of course, eBay styles itself as "Australia’s number one shopping site" based on a 2020 report from SimilarWeb, and has just announced its latest eBay Tuesdays mega deals offering Aussies up to 82% off the most trending tech brands including Apple, DJI and Oral B.
The fine print is that the deals drop from 4:00PM AEDT 23 March 2021 at various times and quantities, with one item per person, while stocks last, and exclusively for eBay Plus members.
As you can probably tell from the name alone, eBay reminds us that "eBay Tuesdays runs every Tuesday and gives eBay Plus members exclusive access to great deals on the hottest brands and products, as well as an extra 10% off the eBay deals page."
This week's deals include:
- 300 Apple Watch 3 models at $199, which is 43% off the $349 retail price.
- 500 DJI Mavic Mini Drones at $299, 50% off the $598 retail price.
- 500 Oral-B CrossAction Power Dual Clean Electric Toothbrushes at $5 each, 75% off the $19.99 retail price.
- 300 AWEI T29 True Wireless Earbuds at $9, which is 82% off the $49 retail price.
- 700 Golf G80 Candy Dual USB Slim 2.1A Power Banks for Mobile Phones at $7 each, down 66% from the $20.50 retail price.
On top of this, eBay also reminds us that "on eBay Tuesdays ALL eBay shoppers can get $11 HOYTS movie tickets (up to 50% off) at HOYTS, while eBay Plus members can treat themselves with $25 HOYTS LUX movie tickets (up to 40% off)", based on the cost of an adult ticket, with booking costs and other surcharges potentially applying.
And, in case you're unaware, eBay advises "eBay Plus is a shopping membership that unlocks free express metro delivery (exclduing WA, NT and TAS), free returns on eBay Plus items, access to the benefits of eBay Tuesdays and exclusive deals for just $49 annually. Plus members who shop Coles on eBay get 5% off and free delivery on orders over $497. New members can start their free 30-day eBay Plus trial here (after which a $49 yearly fee applies)."
More information is available here.
So, if you're already an eBay Plus member, the deals await each Tuesday, and if you're not, eBay hopes you'll become a member, which is up to you.