15% Off Sitewide Via the eBay App | eBay | Promo code PICKFAST | $100 max discount, no minimum purchase. Some exclusions apply.
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eBay’s back at it again today with another sitewide sale, this time taking 15% off almost any order, with a maximum savings of $100, if you place your order via the eBay app (if you have it installed on your phone, all of the links below should open in the app automatically). Just use promo code PICKFAST at checkout to get the deal, which expires tonight at 8PM ET.

My mind immediately goes to Dyson’s eBay storefront, which offers great deals on vacuums, fans, and more, even without factoring in the savings. For example, a refurbished V6 Absolute for $161, or the shockingly great Dyson hairdryer for $238 after code.

As always, another good place to start is Best Buy’s eBay storefront, which carries a ton of video games and rarely-discounted tech items like Bose QuietComfort headphones, or this open-box Switch Pro controller, both of which are eligible for the savings.

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These sales are consistently great if you’re in the market for a game console. Your best bet here is a Nintendo-refurbished Switch for just $234 with promo code PICKFAST. And while the code doesn’t work on gift cards, but you can use it on PlayStation Plus and Xbox Live Gold memberships.

Worldwide Stereo is another reputable seller, and a great place to score rare discounts on Sonos speakers, including the brand new Sonos Beam sound bar, or the entry level Sonos Play:1.

Need a new TV? TCL’s incredible 2018 model with Dolby Vision HDR is eligible.

In the market for a new computer? The ASUS and Microsoft eBay storefronts are both eligible for the savings.

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Even YETI, which never runs sales, operates an eBay storefront, and the code will work there just as well as anywhere else.

The code works on everything from major sellers to individuals selling out of their garage, so if you’ve had something on your wishlist, just search for it - the code should work on just about anything.