It's no secret that Google has had some serious supply issues with its flagship Pixel phone. That goes for pretty much any combination of size, color, or storage. Rumors even began to surface alleging that Google had stopped production of the devices altogether. That wasn't the case, but nonetheless, you will still struggle to actually find the Pixel if you wish to buy it. A 32GB Pixel (international version) on eBay for $50 off the list price could be the answer to that problem.
eBay periodically offers site-wide discounts, and today the site is bringing it back again. From now until 8PM Pacific Time/11PM Eastern Time, you can save $15 on almost any purchase of $75 or more.
There are a few minor catches; gift cards and coupons are not eligible, and your total has to be greater than $75 excluding shipping, handling, and taxes. You also can't use this discount on eBay Real Estate - $15 off a new house probably wouldn't do much good anyways.
All you have to do is use the coupon code PREMEMDAY15 at checkout. Pretty easy.
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