[EXPIRED] $15 off $75 eBay Flash Sale – Roku Premier+ for $65, other deals to be found

ebay 15 off 75 promo 3-28-17

Update: eBay has unexpectedly ended this coupon early. Check back for update as we will update the post of the coupon becomes live again.

Ebay is running a $15 off of $75 or more flash sale through 6pm Pacific time tonight with coupon code CFLASHMARCH15. This should stack with both portal cash back and eBay bucks provided you are buying items that qualify under the terms of the cash back site / eBay bucks. Note that some Slickdeals users are reporting that this code will not work if you are trying to pay with an eBay gift card.

From eBay:

How to redeem your Coupon:

  1. Shop for eligible items. (See below for exclusions.)
  2. Pay for your item with PayPal by 6PM PT on March 28, 2017
  3. Enter the Coupon code in the redemption code field: CFLASHMARCH15

Questions? Visit our step-by-step guide.

Terms & Conditions:The Coupon is a $15 discount off a minimum purchase of $ 75 or more, valid until 6PM PT on March 28, 2017. Discount applies to the purchase price (excluding shipping, handling, and taxes) of eligible items on eBay.com. Eligible items exclude items from the Coins & Paper Money, Gift Cards & Coupons, and Real Estate categories. Coupon can be used once per PayPal account within a single transaction (or cart), while supplies last. Only eBay members paying with a PayPal account registered with an address located in the United States or Canada can receive the discount.

Coupon is subject to U.S laws, void where prohibited, not redeemable for cash, has no face value, and cannot be combined with any other Coupon, or when paying with PayPal Credit Easy Payments or Gift Cards. eBay may cancel, amend, or revoke the Coupon at any time.

One decent deal I saw posted on Slickdeals is this Roku Premier+, sold by Best Buy:

Best Buy Roku Premier+

After the coupon, it would be $65 + tax. According to CamelCamelCamel, the lowest price it’s ever been on Amazon is the current $79:

Roku Premier+ CamelCamelCamel

It’s always nice to save a few bucks on something you had your eye on. Let us know what you find in the comments.

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Nick Reyes is a (fairly) regular guy with an animalistic passion for maximizing the value of miles and money to travel the world in comfort and style. There is little in life that he loves more than finding a fantastic deal and helping you shop smarter & harder to achieve your travel dreams.

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    • Of course – it worked while I was writing the post. My apologies that eBay killed it minutes after I posted it. If I had known in advance that they would kill it early, I wouldn’t have posted it. Unfortunately, the Frequent Miler crystal ball seems to be on the fritz. I’ll have to talk to Greg about getting a replacement.

  1. I received an email from Frequent Miler *today* that had this story in it.

    Was the email alerting others to this deal sent out after the deal was already over, or did my email account hold up delivery somehow?

    I get that eBay pulled the deal early, but even if they hadn’t I didn’t receive the notification until today (Long after the deal was over).

    I actually ended up stumbling onto a *GREAT* deal on something I’ve been wanting for a long time while searching for something to use $15 off on so I’m not trying to be a complainer but it would be nice to have more confidence that the “deals” coming into my Inbox are at least still within the stated active window when I receive them. 🙂

    • Hi Jeff — we definitely want you to get what you want when you want it.

      It sounds like you are subscribed to daily posts by email — where you receive one email each morning with snippets of all of the posts from the previous 24 hours. We have different options so everyone can choose how often to receive email — instant post alerts, daily alerts, weekly alerts, etc.

      Before I worked here, I had an instant alert set up. I got the instant alert in my inbox time stamped yesterday at 5:41pm (which was 15 minutes after I published it). Check out our subscription options here:


      Also, you can follow Frequent Miler on Twitter and enable notifications and you’ll receive a notification on your phone whenever we post something (the Tweet is usually instant when we post something, even faster than email).

      Thanks for posting to ask — like I said, we want to get you what you want, and I understand wanting to know about the deal right away.

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