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Labor Day is fast approaching, and eBay is offering customers a further 15% off its technology sale ahead of the US celebration.
The online marketplace is where you can find anything from second-hand clothing to furniture. However, there's also a dedicated area for new and refurbished technology, including smartphones, laptops, smart Internet of Things (IoT) devices, gaming consoles, headphones, drones, and more.
Sales are fairly frequent, and sometimes you can find a real steal or two. One of our current favorites is the LG 27" Ultragear 240Hz gaming monitor, a flat FHD IPS (1920 x 1920) display for gamers and individuals working from home. Normally available for just under $300, combining the sales price of $258 together with eBay's coupon means you can now pick one up for $219, as long as stock lasts.
Keep in mind that the LABORDAYSAVE coupon does have limits. You can only use the coupon until September 5 (11:59 PM PT), and you must spend at least $25. In addition, customers can use the coupon twice, and discounts are capped at $500.