eBay Launches Limited Time 20% Off Coupon: Get HomePod, Apple TV, and More Discounted [Updated]

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eBay today launched a pre-daylight savings coupon that takes 20 percent off "everything" on the online reseller's storefront, with a few exclusions including gift cards, coupons, coins and paper money, and real estate. Outside of these categories, you're free to apply the 20 percent off coupon to any other items today, including Apple products like the HomePod.

eBay explained that the coupon PSPRING20 is valid until 8 p.m. PST tonight, March 9, and it applies to the purchase price of eligible item/items, not including shipping, handling, and taxes. That purchase price has to be $25 or more, and the 20 percent discount will be capped at a value of $100. You'll need to be an eBay member with a registered address located in the United States or Canada to take advantage of the coupon as well.

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If you meet the criteria, you can essentially shop in any category (barring exclusions) on eBay to find something that might interest you for the discount. Once you find the item you want and it exceeds $25, click "Buy it Now," and before you complete your order type in PSPRING20 in the "Gift cards, coupons, eBay Bucks" section of the checkout process and hit Apply.

For Apple-related items, the Daily Deals tech section is a good place to browse, and one notable savings compatible with the coupon today is a HomePod in brand new condition, sold by alldayzip. With the 20 percent discount applied and free shipping, the HomePod comes to $271.99, compared to its $350 price tag at all other major retailers. For some shopping ideas, we listed the HomePod and a few other Apple products and related accessories below:

As with any eBay reseller purchase, the savings come with the caveat of buying a device that might not be in brand new condition. Still, today's promo code is compatible across all of eBay, not just its Daily Deals section, so there are many brand new, new, or like new products that you could nab at a discounted price today.

Head over to eBay to shop, and if you're interested make sure to place your order by tonight at 8 p.m. PST. For more sales information, be sure to visit our Deals Roundup.

Update 1:35 p.m. PT: The HomePod sold by alldayzip has sold out in both colorways.

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32 months ago
At $350+tax, wasn't interested in HomePod. At $270 all in? Sure!
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32 months ago

But I'm a little sketch about this seller — 100% of their reviews are positive one-liners… https://www.ebay.com/usr/alldayzip

That's basically how seller reviews are - you only have one line to comment.
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32 months ago

Wow Homepod is already getting discounted? I personally don't see much of a use for the speakers anyway but siri seems to kinda kills this product, for now.

In fairness, it’s only discounted by eBay. It’s not like Best Buy or any other retailers are discounting it. That said, as far as your Siri comment is concerned, it actually works quite well with the sensitivity with the microphone and it responds really well to commands. So unless you have used the HomePod, I’m not sure how you can say “It kills this product.”
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31 months ago
Shipped today. USPS First Class Package. Delivery on 3/15.
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32 months ago

I have very little experience with eBay, and I'd love to buy a second HomePod for this price.

But I'm a little sketch about this seller — 100% of their reviews are positive one-liners… https://www.ebay.com/usr/alldayzip



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32 months ago
I just bought some uneassary Amiibos, thanks MacRumors.
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