There are deals, and then there are unbelievable deals. There's nothing quite as satisfying as receiving a discount on a piece of hardware or a tech-based gadget that you were planning on buying anyway. However, for today only, eBay is taking deals to the next level by offering a whopping 15-percent off almost anything on the site. Interest piqued? We thought so!
We know that you have probably headed here expecting the usual exciting tech deals that we share on daily basis. You're still going to get that, but with a serious enhancement.
For today only, you can get Nintendo Switch for an all-time low price of just $224 down from the original price of $300.
Here's a deal alert you don't wanna miss out on. You can get over $100 off 64GB iPhone X tax-free in the U.S. for limited time only.
The Internet is abuzz with rumors and reports surrounding the upcoming iPhone 6 these days (both of them, apparently), and rightly so, since there’s hardly been a device in recent history that has been so extensively leaked. However, that doesn’t mean that Apple’s current reigning smartphones, namely the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s, are to be discarded just yet. In an effort to boost sales and keep the interest piqued in their offerings, Apple has partnered (once again) with eBay for a “low-profile Factory Outlet store” that is selling Apple Certified refurbished iPhones at a much discounted price, all complete with Apple’s one-year warranty.
It's not every day that a company like eBay launches a new app, mainly because it's already got apps on all the major platforms and apart from the odd redesign here and there, there's no need for any additional apps. Or is there?
In the age of the internet that is packed full of inquisitive minds, it is extremely difficult for companies to keep things a secret or hide their intentions away from eager prying eyes and ears. Over the last week or so, we have been hearing murmurings that Apple were planning on opening up an official online eBay outlet store to gain some additional exposure for their officially refurbished products, and it looks like that additional sales channel is now in full swing, although there remains some question over whether it is actually operated and controlled officially by Apple or whether or not it is just an Apple sanctioned and approved reseller offering the refurbished goods.
An interesting little tidbit coming out of Reuters just now, with reports that both Facebook and Google are contemplating deals with online communication firm, Skype.