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Today Only: Earn 3% Cash Back on eBay + the 10% eBay Bucks Promo

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Written by Charlie

Today only, you can get 3% cash back on eBay purchases! This is a great way to increase your savings, plus you could also use it with your 10% eBay Bucks bonus!


Another nice portal deal is here and it is for eBay with the rare hike on cash back for shopping at eBay. For today only, you can earn 3% cash back when you go through the TopCashBack portal for shopping at eBay. There are some exclusions for the cash back but this is certainly a solid offer.

Earn 3% Cash Back on eBay

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Link: TopCashBack 3% Cash Back on eBay

If you do not already have a TopCashBack account, you can sign up first through this link and I will get cash back for referring you.

Here are the exclusions for the cash back on eBay:

  • Excluded Categories (Including sub-categories where appropriate) – Not eligible for Cash Back.
    • Electrical Goods (Including Phones, Power Tools, Small Electronics and Gaming items)
    • Gift Cards & Coupons
    • Camera & Photography (Including accessories & Photographs)
    • Bullion, Coins and all other money items
    • Computers, Tablets and Networking

Yeah, I know – those are some of my favorite things as well! But, keep in mind that these are for items in those categories. I often find people will insert an item in a different category, either it was a mistake or they are trying to take advantage of lower fees. So, search for what you want and then scan the side to eliminate the categories this offer excludes.

Also ending today is the 10% eBay Bucks offer on purchases. It is targeted but I know a lot of people that got it so it may just be available for you (see this post for more information.) Depending on what you are thinking of buying, you can get quite a deal by stacking these two bonuses going on right now!

Any good ideas for items that are great purchases and not excluded?

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About the author


Charlie has been an avid traveler and runner for many years. He has run in marathons around the world for less than it would cost to travel to the next town - all as a result of collecting and using miles and points. Over the years, he has flown hundreds of thousands of miles and collected millions of miles and points.
Now he uses this experience and knowledge to help others through Running with Miles.


  • Did I log onto SlickDeals or Boarding Area? Seems like virtually all your posts are related to shopping instead of travel?

    • My titles are quite clear what the post is about – if you don’t have an interest, you don’t have to click! Also, it appears you don’t even look at “all” my posts since a quick glance at the last 10 reveals that this one and the cautionary one about Amex offers yesterday are the only ones not related to travel. Obviously, you just wanted to stop by and troll, but at least get your facts straight next time.