These are the best eBay deals for August 2020

Everybody knows eBay as the king of auction websites, but over the past decade, this site has grown to become a big-box online retailer with deals to rival those of stores like Amazon and Walmart. In fact, eBay has become such a popular place to score brand new high-end electronics that many of those third-party retailers now offer their own deals — the very same ones you’ll find on sites like Best Buy and Newegg — right on eBay. There are millions of listings to sift through, though, so to save you some precious time, we’ve already combed through the top offerings to bring you the best eBay tech deals right here:

Today’s best eBay deals

Samsung QN65Q70R 65-Inch 4K Smart QLED TV

$1,048 $2,600
Expires soon
At 65 inches, this Samsung 4K smart TV is a fantastic television for a larger room and features the latest in QLED panel technology for a vibrant, color-accurate picture.

Bose SoundTouch 10 Wireless Speaker

$100 $200
Expires soon
If smaller Bluetooth speakers don't deliver the sound quality your ears crave, the Bose SoundTouch 10 is a great alternative -- especially at this price.

Lenovo Smart Tab M10 Tablet (16GB, Slate Black) with Smart Dock

$150 $200
Expires soon
The 10.1-inch Lenovo Smart Tab M10 is a solid Android tablet on its own, but the included Alexa-enabled Smart Dock speaker only makes this high-value device even more attractive at this price.

Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus (128GB, Factory Unlocked)

$700 $1,200
Expires soon
You can already score the brand new Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus at a huge discount, and since this one is unlocked, you can take it to any compatible carrier of your choice.

Lenovo ThinkPad T480 14-inch Laptop

$849 $1,049
Expires soon
If you love the classic ThinkPad, then it doesn't get much better than the 14-inch T480. This one comes loaded with an Intel i5-8250U CPU, a 500GB HDD, 8GB RAM, and Windows 10 Pro.

Acer Spin 5 Laptop (i5-8265U CPU, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD)

$688 $800
Expires soon
Packing an i5 CPU and 8GB RAM, the 13-inch Acer Spin 5 is a sleek, no-nonsense Windows laptop for work or entertainment.

HP 27o 27-inch Monitor (1,920 x 1,080, 60Hz)

$145 $180
Expires soon
You don't have to pay out the nose for a bigger monitor, and the HP 27o 27-inch 1080p desktop display is a very affordable alternative to similarly priced 23- and 24-inch models.

PlayStation Plus One-Year Subscription Card

$36 $60
Expires soon
Get access to free games, members-only deals, online multiplayer, and more with PS Plus -- yours at a big discount off its usual price when you buy this one-year membership card.

LG 43UN7300 43-inch ThinQ 4K Smart TV w/Alexa

$314 $630
Expires soon
Powered by ThinQ AI with built-in Amazon Alexa, this LG 43-inch 4K smart TV is a moderately-sized and very affordable television.

Xbox One X 1TB 'Forza Horizon 4 LEGO Speed Champions' Console Bundle

$325 $500
Expires soon
This high-value 4K gaming bundle gets you an Xbox One X console along with Forza Horizon 4, the Lego Speed Champions expansion pack, 1 month of Xbox Live Gold, and a 1-month Xbox Game Pass.

Treblab HD55 Bluetooth Speaker

$50 $90
Expires soon
The shock- and water-resistant Trelab HD55 is a Bluetooth speaker built for all of life's adventures, and it even features a built-in mic for taking calls when synced with your phone.

Bose QuietComfort 35 II Limited Edition Wireless Headphones

$250 $400
Expires soon
The QuietComfort II is one of our favorite headphones from Bose, and this is your chance to grab one of the uniquely colored Limited Edition pairs at a big discount while stock lasts.

Lenovo IdeaPad L340 17-Inch GTX 1650 Gaming Laptop

$760 $1,211
Expires soon
With an Intel Core i7-9750H CPU, 8GB RAM, a 512GB SSD, and an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 graphics card, the 17-inch Lenovo IdeaPad L340 laptop has everything you need for work and play.

Lenovo Yoga Y540 Laptop (i7 CPU, 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD, GTX 1660 Ti) + Office 365

$980 $1,570
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Lenovo's Yoga Y540 is a beefy gaming laptop that will easily handle modern games. Along with a nice discount, this one also comes bundled with a year of Office 365.

Klipsch T5 True Wireless Earbuds

$129 $199
Expires soon
You no longer have to pay more than a Benjamin for a good pair of true wireless earbuds, and the Klipsch T5 would be a great alternative to the pricier Apple AirPods.

Dell UltraSharp U2717D 27-inch IPS Monitor (2,560x1,440, 60Hz)

$295 $720
Expires soon
The Dell UltraSharp 27 is one of the best options for those looking to upgrade to a larger Quad HD display without paying a fortune.

Sony MDR-7506 Professional Headphones

$105 $132
Expires soon
The Sony MDR-7506 is still the gold standard for studio-quality over-ear headphones that you can get for around $100 or less.

Apple iPad Pro (12.9-Inch, 1TB, Wi-Fi + Cellular)

$1,485 $1,699
Expires soon
If you want the best tablet money can buy, you want the iPad Pro, and this one features all the bells and whistles including 1TB of storage and 4G LTE connectivity (and a nice discount, too).

Xbox One X 1TB 'Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order' Console Bundle

$315 $399
Expires soon
The Xbox One X is the Xbox to get if you have a 4K TV. This bundle nets you a very nice discount on the console along with a copy of one of the best recent games for the system.

Audio-Technica AT-LP60-BT Automatic Bluetooth Belt-Drive Stereo Turntable

$129 $180
Expires soon
When it comes to budget-friendly stereo turntables for enjoying vinyls, it doesn't get better than Audio-Technica. The AT-LP60-BT even comes with Bluetooth connectivity for streaming.

TCL 55R625 55-Inch 6-Series 4K QLED Roku Smart TV

$549 $900
Expires soon
TCL is the top name in the world of budget 4K smart TVs, and this model features built-in Roku streaming along with newer QLED panel technology.

How to find a great eBay deal

One of the reasons that there are always so many great eBay deals to be found is that this auction site is much more expansive than most other online retail outlets, hosting thousands of different sellers from private vendors to big retailers like Best Buy and Newegg. The flip side of that coin is that there are also more pitfalls to be mindful of when shopping around for those eBay deals so that you don’t get ripped off or end up with buyer’s remorse.

Since pretty much anybody can sell on eBay, it’s important to perform your due diligence before handing over your cash. When it comes to pricey electronics, we generally advise sticking to brand new items instead of second-hand goods, no matter how hot that deal on a used item may seem — used tech often doesn’t come with a manufacturer’s warranty or any other post-purchase support (aside from the option of returning it and possibly having to eat the shipping charges). It might not be a bad idea to buy something that has been professionally refurbished, but if you’re going to go that route, then buy only from repair centers that are authorized by the original manufacturer. Many times, the brand itself will have its own eBay outlet where it offers refurbished goods that are covered by a full warranty.

One especially great thing about eBay is that you can find discounts on almost everything year-round, so it’s a useful place to find bargains when there aren’t big seasonal sales going on at other retailers. As far as electronics go, you don’t have to look too far to find some outstanding eBay deals on computers, tablets, smart home devices, home theater equipment, and other big-ticket tech items. It is also a good place to hunt for smartphone deals and particularly for discounts on unlocked models. The best deals will always be on last-gen units, but don’t overlook newer releases. It doesn’t take long for third-party eBay sellers to get a hold of brand new current-gen devices like the iPhone 11 or Samsung Galaxy S20.

The sheer number of items, product categories, and sellers can make shopping on eBay a time-consuming affair, even if you already have an idea of what you want. To save some time and to quickly find the best bargains available at the moment, you can always head over to the eBay deals page to see what’s on offer. This landing page also features discounts and promotions from big-name retailers and other trusted sellers so you’re generally in safe waters here, even when buying manufacturer-refurbished items.

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