Posted by Chuck on May 14, 2019

Published on May 14th, 2019 | by Chuck


[Expired] [Targeted] eBay: 10% back in eBay Bucks with No Minimum

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The Offer

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  • eBay is sending some users the following offer: get 10% back in eBay bucks with no minimum. Works both online or in the eBay app.


The Fine Print

  • Only invited, registered eBay Bucks participants who receive the promotional offer from eBay in My Messages are eligible. Sorry, no forwarding—the offer is not transferable.
  • The Promotion ends at 11:59PM PT on May 15 (?), 2019 (the “Promotion Period”).
  • The Promotion applies to any qualifying items purchased during the Promotion Period that meet the minimum purchase requirement.
  • You must activate the offer to qualify.
  • Qualifying items exclude all items in the following categories: Classifieds; Business & Industrial, but only for Heavy Equipment within that category; Real Estate; Gift Cards & Coupons, including eBay Gift Cards, Gift Cards, and Digital Gifts within that category; Bullion within the Coins & Paper category; and all categories in Motors, except Parts & Accessories.
  • Rewards are capped at $100 per transaction and $500 per Earn Period. See eBay Bucks Terms & Conditions for other program restrictions.
  • Purchases must be completed during the Promotion Period and paid for before the Promotion ends.
  • eBay reserves the right to cancel, amend, or revoke the Promotion at any time.

Our Verdict

Remember to stack this with a portal as well or you can use our eBay affiliate link to support the site. This is the best kind of eBay offer we’re seeing; the 15% coupons haven’t been coming of late.

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I am so glad I am not targeted after spending $275 last night on ebay. 🙂


I have been targeted for 15% in the end of April, but haven’t used it at that time. Not targeted this time.


Interestingly, under THIS OFFER CAN’T BE ACTIVATED I see this message: “You are not qualified for this offer.” Don’t think I’ve ever seen it worded that way before–but to be fair, I can be pretty oblivious to obvious things now and again. 😛

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