Ahead of Thanksgiving and Black Friday shopping, eBay today is offering its customers the chance to save 15 percent sitewide with the latest promo code, PICKFAST. Like previous sitewide sales, you only have one day to shop as the new code will expire later tonight at 8:00 p.m. ET.
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There is one caveat to this code: it can only be used when shopping in eBay's iOS and Android mobile apps. If you haven't yet, you can download the eBay app from the iOS App Store for free [Direct Link], shop for eligible items today, add them to your cart, and enter the coupon code PICKFAST before it expires. Also make sure your app is updated to the latest version or the code won't work.
As usual, exclusions include warranties and protection plans, coins and paper money, gift cards and coupons, eBay motors items, and real estate categories. The code must be used within a single transaction as well, although it can include multiple items within one cart, with one code per user. No minimum purchase is required, and the code will be capped at a maximum savings of $100. Be sure to head over to eBay today and shop around before the coupon code expires tonight.
As we get closer to Black Friday, more sales have kicked off today, including one of the best deals on Apple Watch Series 3 you'll find this week. At Macy's, you can get the Apple Watch Series 3 in GPS and GPS + Cellular models for $80 off right now. With this discount, the 38mm GPS model is down to $199.00 and the 42mm GPS model is down to $229.00.
Macy's sale will match Target's upcoming Black Friday sale on Apple Watch Series 3 at $80 off, but the department store chain is slightly cheaper compared to Target's planned prices of $199.99 for 38mm GPS, $229.99 for 42mm GPS, etc. If you had the 2017 model of the Apple Watch on your shopping list, this is the perfect chance to do a little early shopping before the big event on Friday.
Of course, you can keep track of many more deals by heading to our full Black Friday Roundup, which includes detailed information on when each store will be opening (and if they open) Thanksgiving afternoon.