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Ebay’s ‘July MEGA Tech sale’ cuts prices on Apple, Samsung and LG by at least 10%

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EBAY has kicked of a massive cross-category tech sale including big brands like Apple and Samsung.

The five-day sale promises flash promotions throughout the week with a minimum of 10 per cent savings.

The discounts can really add up on more expensive tech, and fortunately Ebay hasn’t slacked on the products included.

Computing, mobile phones, TV, gaming, and even appliances are all subject to new discounts in Ebay’s sale. So you can save on products like smart TVs, laptops, smartphones and appliances for kitchen and home.

All you have to do to get a discount is use offer code PLEASED, and complete your purchase by 23:59, Friday July 17. A minimum 10 per cent will come off, but we’ve seen some products which automatically add a discount.

We have also spotted some refurbished items from sellers among sale items, so it’s best to make sure you read the item details in full and check product descriptions, returns policies and delivery options.

You can find all the items available with discounts on this page - and begin your hunt for your next top tech bargain.

All prices in this article were correct at the time of writing, but may have since changed. Always do your own research before making any purchase.

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Find the latest Tech savings across hardweare, games and gadgets on our main Tech Deals page.

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