eBay: Spend $150+, Get Free Google Home Mini ($49 Value)

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Google is offering eBay customers who spend $150+ in eligible items a free Google Home Mini ($49 retail). Eligible items exclude items from the Coins & Paper Money, Gift Cards & Coupons, and Real Estate categories. Expires 5/20/18 or while supplies last.

How to redeem your Coupon:

Include a Google Home Mini worth $49.00 direct from Google in your cart.
Shop for $150+ in Eligible Items. (See below for exclusions).
Enter the Coupon code in the redemption code field: PFREEMINI
Check out by 11:59 PM PST on May 20, 2018
Free Google Home Mini to arrive within 10 (ten) business days.

Not a bad deal if you were already considering such a purchase, or if something $150+ you wanted was a similar price on eBay. An alternative idea is to buy $150 worth of US Postal Service Forever Stamps.

Remember, you can also stack with cashback shopping portals like eBates ($5 new customer bonus), Mr. Rebates ($5 bonus), and TopCashBack ($5 right now, but varies).

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