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eBay Black Friday 2015 Ad: Find the Best eBay Black Friday Deals

Oct. 30, 2015
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Don’t miss out on all of NerdWallet’s highly anticipated 2015 Black Friday ad leaks this season from your favorite stores! For announcements about the best holiday deals around, check back regularly before you start shopping. For year-round sales, use NerdWallet’s DealFinder tool.

The 2015 eBay Black Friday ad is here! We’ve looked it over to help you find the best deals. Check out the highlights below.

eBay Black Friday 2015 Ad Scan

eBay Black Friday 2015

Black Friday sales on eBay start at 9 p.m. Pacific time on Thanksgiving Day, with new deals released every hour. The one-page ad has some noteworthy deals, especially for shoppers looking for gift cards, some of which eBay is offering at a lower price than can be found in stores. Shoppers should be aware that eBay’s prices on electronics won’t be the lowest you’ll find compared with brick-and-mortar stores, but keep checking in with the website and stay updated on the latest deals to get the most out of eBay on Black Friday.

Highlights of the eBay Black Friday sale include:   

  • Sports Authority gift card valued at $50 for $40
  • $200 gift card to Lowe’s for $175
  • Elliptical bike 2-in-1 cross trainer for $99.99 (regularly $170)
  • Ugg classic short boots 39% off (regularly $155)
  • 11.6-inch Apple MacBook Air for $729 (regularly $899)
  • Freshwater pearl earrings, set of 7 for $19.99 (regularly $109.99)
  • 85% off T-Tech Tumi men’s softshell jacket (regularly $225)

This year, eBay is putting a fun twist to the holiday tradition of the wishbone. It’s dubbed the Wish Bigger Wishbone campaign and encourages shoppers to vote to unlock a series of deals. Wish Bigger Wishbone is a way for customers to interact and also vote for which items they would like to see discounted more.

The wishing fun starts at 4 p.m. Eastern time and will go until 10 p.m. on Thanksgiving, featuring different deals on different sides of the wishbone, and the item that receives the most votes will be offered on a big sale. Each “wishing window” will only last one hour. Here are some of the matchups that online shoppers will be able to vote on:

  • GoPro Hero4 Silver action camera vs. Apple Watch 38 mm in a stainless steel case
  • Monster High monster maker toy vs. Fisher-Price Imaginext Monsters University toy set
  • Prada women’s sunglasses vs. Bell & Ross Airspeed watch

If you like shopping on eBay, you’ll definitely want to check out the Black Friday deals at these similar retailers: Amazon, Fry’s Electronics and Best Buy.

Visit our Black Friday landing page for up-to-date deal news from a wide range of retailers.

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eBay Black Friday Deals from 2014

Last year, eBay focused its Black Friday deals on electronics for your kitchen and entertainment. Some of the best deals included:

  • 20% off iPad Air 2
  • 40% off Nikon D3200 camera kit and Adobe Lightroom 5
  • Kitchenaid stand mixer for $159.99
  • 58% off Keurig B130 coffee and espresso maker

In 2014, eBay started its doorbuster deals the day before Thanksgiving at 9 p.m. Pacific time, and released new deals every hour.

For more details about the 2014 eBay Black Friday sale, take a look at our analysis of last year’s ad here.

Heather Yamada-Hosley is an editor at NerdWallet, a personal finance website. Email: Twitter: @Curious_Heather.

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