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Members can accrue e Bay Bucks based on qualifying purchases.
Upon the completion of each calendar quarter, you will receive a reward equal to the amount of your e Bay Bucks accrued during that calendar quarter in the form of an e Bay Bucks Certificate.
If you are a resident of the United Kingdom, you may be eligible to earn rewards through Nectar. Members are not allowed to have or create multiple e Bay Bucks accounts to circumvent the quarterly earn limit, and it is also not permitted to combine or transfer your earn balance from one account to another. You can join by enrolling or simply by responding to an invitation email that e Bay may send from time to time. Earn e Bay Bucks during a calendar quarter and you will receive an e Bay Bucks Certificate for the total amount earned after that quarter ends. Most purchases on e Bay qualify, but some restrictions apply. For example, to qualify, purchases must meet the following requirements: PLEASE NOTE: While e Bay Bucks can't be earned on purchases in these categories, the e Bay Bucks Certificates can still be used for redemption in these categories, except e Bay Gift Cards within the Gift Cards & Coupons category. How is the base earn amount determined for a qualifying purchase?
The base earn amount is calculated by taking the [item price] x [quantity selected] x [earn percentage].
You can use this Certificate to buy more things on e Bay! Enrollment in the e Bay Bucks Rewards Program and participation are FREE. Why are these changes being made to the e Bay Bucks Rewards Program?
To maintain the performance of the e Bay Bucks Rewards Program, we conduct regular audits of program benefits.
For example, you can earn e Bay Bucks from January 1 through March 31.
The results of these audits may lead to program changes and updates to the program terms, including the changes we are implementing as of January 1, 2017.
Do I need to earn .00 or more in a calendar quarter to receive my e Bay Bucks Certificate?
Effective January 1, 2017, the base earn percentage will be 1%.
Are all aspects of my qualifying purchase included in the calculation?