eBay is running a promotion to encourage buyers to sell as part of its “consumer seller” strategy. The marketplace sent an email to certain users on Friday with the subject line, “Get your $10 Coupon today.”
The promotion explains, “List an item today and get a $10 coupon to spend on eBay when your item sells within 15 days.” (Sellers must receive full payment from the buyer within 15 days of items listing date.)
The offer applies to auctions and fixed-price listings. “For the first item you list by the stated date within the email you received (“Promotion Period”) that sells within 15 days of items listing date, you will receive a $10 Coupon good toward a future eBay purchase.”
eBay promises to send the seller the coupon within 3 weeks after the promotion period has ended. In this case, the seller has 9 days to list and sell an item (by August 16, 2015, according to the invitation sent on August 7th).
The promotion is available by invitation only and is not transferable – nor is the coupon, which must be used by a certain time and will specify an expiration date.