eBay Launches 20% Off Sitewide Coupon for Father's Day: Get a Refurbished HomePod for $252

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eBay today launched a sitewide savings coupon for Father's Day that takes 20 percent off "everything" on the online reseller's storefront, with a few exclusions including coins and paper money, gift cards and coupons, 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, down to a price of $252 for a refurbished model.

eBay explained that the coupon PICKDADSGIFT is valid until 7 p.m. PT tonight, June 6, and it applies to the purchase price of eligible item/items in a single transaction, not including shipping, handling, and taxes. That purchase price has to be $50 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, Canada, Latin America, or the Caribbean 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 $50, click "Buy it Now," and before you complete your order type in PICKDADSGIFT 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 refurbished HomePod (White and Space Gray) for $252.00, down from $315.00. Sold by VIP Outlet, the refurbished speaker has a "Grade A Fully Functional" ranking, described as "Like New, Retail Ready."


More details follow: "Condition has NO cosmetic defects, blemishes, dents, scratches or signs of age. GRADE A items have been restored to meet manufacturer quality standards." VIP Outlet provides a 90-day warranty with all refurbished devices and has a 30-day free return policy. Of course, there are also options for getting a brand new HomePod for around $280, down from the original $350 price tag.

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. Other good browsing ideas include official eBay storefronts for Best Buy, Anker, Mophie, and similar Apple accessory and device sellers.

Head over to eBay to shop, and if you're interested make sure to place your order by tonight at 7 p.m. PT. For more sales information, be sure to visit our Deals Roundup.

Update: As Boatboy24 pointed out in the comments, Best Buy also has a good deal on an open box HomePod, available for $266.12 with the 20 percent off coupon, down from $321.99

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30 months ago
I like the way this appears in the MacRumors side bar... 0% off Everything! :)



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30 months ago
Got an 11" 2013 MacBook Air for $264 :)
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30 months ago
Just ordered one of the BestBuy ones (Space Gray) for $256 after that 20% off. Great deal!
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30 months ago

Just wondering, I may bid on an auction closing today, will the coupon apply to those too, or just buy it now listings?

Yes it’ll work. I did it with the 15% off code they did in March
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30 months ago
Does it concern anyone else about a refurbished HomePod? Who refurbished it? Does Apple even sell refurbished Homepods yet?
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30 months ago

Does it concern anyone else about a refurbished HomePod? Who refurbished it? Does Apple even sell refurbished Homepods yet?

That’s what I’m wondering too. I’m a little trigger shy about buying something from “VIP Outlet” on eBay. Perhaps they are good, but I’ve also seen lots of scrupulous selling on eBay and even fake items. That certainly may not be the case here, but it makes me concerned.

Hey guys, just to bring it to your attention if you missed the update (at the bottom of the article): another commenter pointed out an Open Box/Excellent condition HomePod that Best Buy offers for about $266. Not quite as good a deal, but might be an easier purchase for some.
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