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This deal has expired - you can't get it any more. We've kept it here for reference. Get our free weekly email to ensure you don't miss out in future. logoEXTRA 20% off 20 eBay outlets, eg, AO, Google*Eg, 27 Google Home Mini, 103 Vax


If you go online to eBay* you can get 20% extra off already-reduced items at selected eBay outlets, when you spend £20+ and enter the code PLAY20 until 11.59pm on Thu 19 Jul. These little-known outlets are official, and include big-brand electricals from AO, Google and Samsung, as well as clothing outlets like Boohoo, Simplybe and Superdry. See 'More info' below for the full list.

What's good is you can use the code on absolutely everything at any of the included outlets. Yet as is the nature of outlets like these (for more, see our full list of Discount Outlets), there's not always a complete product range and stock can be limited.

The maximum discount you can get is £100, so purchases of more than £500 will not receive the full 20% discount, and you can only use the code once per account (you'll need to be signed in to your eBay account, and paying via PayPal or credit/debit card). Scroll to the bottom of the page to see full T&Cs*.

We price-checked a few items from each of the retailers and generally found the code made their eBay outlet cheapest. Examples of strong discounts we spotted on Tue 17 Jul include:

More info

The code is valid on any of the following eBay outlets:

1. AO*       

2. Google UK*               

3. Motorhog_doncaster*  

4. motor_world_direct*     

5. Superdry*   

6. Simplybe* 

7. Boohoo*         

8. Littlewoods-clearance*

9. veryclearance*  

10. BEO Play*                    

11. Samsung UK*              

12. BB Beauty*                  

13. Furnitureinstore*

14. Mercersfurniture1995*

15. More4homes*

16. Homediscountltd*

17. Buyaparcel*

18. Furnituremaxi*     

19. Outsunny*

20. The Biggest Toy Store*

Apple logoApple student & teacher discount (Mac/iPad)*Save up to 270 on Macs and up to 62 on iPads


Technology giant Apple rarely offers widespread discounts, and its products certainly aren’t MoneySaving, but there's a way to take a bite out of the cost of Apple Macs, iPads and more, and it could save you up to £270 on its top-end products.

Officially, this year-round offer is geared towards university students and teachers, but if you’re neither, you can still be smart and benefit from the discount as the broad criteria means just about anyone can get it (see who's eligible below).

What can you get and who's it for?

The amount of education discount you’ll be offered depends on what you’re buying and whether you’re a uni student or a staff member at an education establishment – even if you’re working in the office and not the classroom.

You can get up to £270 off Mac products and up to £62 off iPads. There's no discount on iPhones.

How do you get the discount?

To order online, go to the Apple for Education* website and select which product you're interested in. You'll then be asked to sign up (or log in) to discount scheme Unidays using your uni or education workplace email address for verification. The education discounts should then be automatically applied. If you're unable to sign up to Unidays or you don't want to give it your data, you can call Apple on 0800 048 0408 and it'll verify you with your ID or acceptance letter and you can continue your purchase over the phone.

Alternatively, go to an Apple Store (find your nearest*) and show your ID card, letter of acceptance or payslip. Parents can also do this on behalf of their child.

Not a student, teacher or other education worker?

Provided you know someone who’s studying at uni or working at a school, college or uni, you can in theory get the discount if that person’s willing to go and buy the goods for you. As far as we can see, this isn’t a breach of the terms and conditions. Of course, you’ll have to decide whether it’s morally okay – as this is a scheme designed specifically for people in education.

MoneySavingExpert logoCheap Tablets GuideCompare the best prices on popular tablets incl Kindle Fire

Tablets are gaining popularity fast - but they don't come cheap. Our Cheap Tablet guide is a rundown of the cheapest big brand tablet deals.

Including the Kindle Fire HD, Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 and the Nexus 7. We also have a Cheap iPad guide for those of you looking for the latest Apple tablet deals.
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Skint? ask:
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  • Is it worth it?
Section 75

Free protection for all shopping!

There's a little-known piece of legislation that turns any credit card into a financial self-defence superhero. 'Section 75' of the Consumer Credit Act means your plastic must protect anything you buy for more than £100 for free, so if there's a problem or the company goes bust, you can still get your money back.

And although Section 75 doesn't apply to debit cards, there is something else to fall back on if you've paid using a debit card, or used a credit card for a purchase under £100. Known as Chargeback, this is part of banks' and card companies' internal rules and not a legal requirement. Read full details of Section 75 or Chargeback, plus how to claim, in our guides.

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