Deals: eBay 15% Off Memorial Day Coupon, Anker and Koogeek Amazon Sales, and More

eBay shoppers this week have the chance to save 15 percent off their purchases thanks to the online marketplace's new Memorial Day coupon. While the coupon is limited to certain sellers, it provides savings on select top brands like Apple, DJI, Dyson, and more.

Similar to some previous eBay coupons, the discount applies to the purchase price (excluding shipping, handling, and taxes) of an order priced at $50 or more, and the code can only be used once within a single transaction. Likewise, the discount will be capped at a value of $50, so any cart that totals around $330 will gain the full $50 discount. Note that the coupon expires Friday, May 25 at 11:59 p.m. PT.

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Unlike past codes the Memorial Day coupon is more limited, with a list of specific sellers that are partaking in the event. There are still plenty of notable shops to browse through, including AnkerDirect, Daily Steals, Overstock, Tech Rabbit, and many more. For the full list, visit this page and scroll all the way to the bottom, or you can delve straight into the electronics sale items compatible with the coupon.

Over on Amazon, Apple accessory makers Anker and Koogeek have a few discount codes for products going on through the end of May. The items range from Anker's dependable battery packs and USB cables, to a collection of Koogeek's low-price HomeKit products. Check out the full list below:

Anker (Need Codes)

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Anker (Don't Need Codes)

Koogeek
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For any MacRumors exclusive codes, be sure to visit our blog posts regarding Anker and RavPower sales. Otherwise, be sure to head to our full Deals Roundup for other sales and offers happening this week, including MacBook and iPhone trade-in bonuses at Gazelle.

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