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eBay $150 Gift Card Bonus offer

Posted by (Online Community Manager)
16th May 2019, 10:00am
Optus

If you’re an eligible customer who has received an email or SMS from Optus containing an eBay Gift Card code follow the steps below to use your Gift Card.

How to use your eBay Gift Card

1. Find any products on eBay.com.au from a seller that accepts Paypal or credit/debit card and add them to your cart.
2. Enter the 13-digit redemption code on your Gift Card during checkout, then Apply.
3. Review the payment details and click Confirm and Pay.

For more information and FAQs refer to https://www.ebay.com.au/rpp/redeem-ebay-gift-cards.

FAQ's

Q. What can the $30, $50 or $150 eBay Gift Card be used for?
A. To purchase anything within eBay.com.au where the seller accepts PayPal or credit/debit cards. You must have an eBay account registered in Australia with an Australian postal/shipping address to redeem the eBay Gift Card. Redemption conditions apply: refer to https://www.ebay.com.au/rpp/redeem-ebay-gift-cards

Q. Does the $30, $50 or $150 Gift Card need to be used in one transaction?
A. No. The available balance of the eBay Gift Card is reduced by the amount of each purchase of goods or services and by other deductions, if any, that may be required by law. Logged in eBay customers can see the value of their Gift Card through their eBay account.

Q. Is there an expiry timeframe on $30, $50 or $150 Gift Card?
A. 3 Years after date of issue.

Q. Can I use my Gift Card against smaller purchases?
A. Yes you can, provided the seller accepts PayPal, Credit or Debit card payment methods. Any unused balance can be used for the next purchase. Check eBay’s Gift Card Balance checker for the remaining balance.

Q. Can I use my Gift Card against larger purchases?
A. Yes you can, provided the seller accepts PayPal, Credit or Debit card payment methods. Any remaining balance on the purchase will need to be paid using the seller’s accepted payment method (PayPal, Credit or Debit card payment methods).

Q. How do I contact Optus?
A. https://optus.com.au/support