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2 days of no insertion fees on eBay - On 24th and 25th July

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On 24 and 25 July 2010!* £0.00 insertion fee on Auction format listings with any starting price. This promotion also applies to listings entered using the eBay selling app for the iPhone. Open…
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6y, 8m agoFound 6 years, 8 months ago
On 24 and 25 July 2010!*
£0.00 insertion fee on Auction format listings with any
starting price.
This promotion also applies to listings entered using the eBay selling app for the iPhone.
Open to all users (except business sellers).
All Final Value Fees and optional listing upgrade fees still apply.
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banned#1
Clearing my back bedroom on Saturday :3
#2
Why the haters, sorry I mean the cold votes?
banned#3
mighty mugger
Why the haters, sorry I mean the cold votes?


I think the final fees might be a killer :(
#4
anyone know if this applies to 30-day fixed price auctions?
banned#5
how much is it to start an auction at 99p normally?
banned#6
whatsThePoint
how much is it to start an auction at 99p normally?


I think it might be free oO
suspended#7
Cold.
#8
yes it's the final fee's which is the killer, isn't it something like 10% they take

rip off
#9
I HATE EBAY, EBAY MUST DIE!
banned#10
so instead of paying an insertion charge & final value fee you only pay the FVF but this is cold?
banned#11
colinsunderland
so instead of paying an insertion charge & final value fee you only pay the FVF but this is cold?

insertion fee is usually free or next to nothing anyway and they still charge for all the extras
#12
hot from me?
suspended#13
whatsThePoint
colinsunderland
so instead of paying an insertion charge & final value fee you only pay the FVF but this is cold?


insertion fee is usually free or next to nothing anyway and they still charge for all the extras


Not forgetting the Paypal fee (Goes to Ebay basically)
#14
damn I could have saved 40p on the auction listed last week... whoopee.
banned 1 Like #15
Ebay have got too damn greedy.

5.25% jump to 10%.

There's such a thing as taking the p!ss out of your customers.
#16
Lechuck
Ebay have got too damn greedy.

5.25% jump to 10%.

There's such a thing as taking the p!ss out of your customers.


exactly
#17
Strange, there's no mention of it on their site. I'll test it tomorrow though as it'll be handy to list my 700-odd books! I agree ebay are very greedy with their new high fees plus forcing you to accept paypal (meaning more fees) but there's no where else really on the net.
banned#18
whatsThePoint
colinsunderland
so instead of paying an insertion charge & final value fee you only pay the FVF but this is cold?


insertion fee is usually free or next to nothing anyway and they still charge for all the extras


its only free if you list at 99p, start it at £1 its 15p. list 100 items then thats a £15 saving.
If you don't like the other fees you don't have to sell on there - but if you do this is a saving.
#19
woodstock
I HATE EBAY, EBAY MUST DIE!


It never will LOL :)

Have you got a link to the anouncement? IWith ebay, I only believe when I see it.

Found it myself
http://pages.ebay.co.uk/promos/0IF_100724/index.html


Edited By: pet2000 on Jul 23, 2010 01:03: add

Edited By: pet2000 on Jul 23, 2010 09:05: add link
banned#20
colinsunderland
whatsThePoint
colinsunderland
so instead of paying an insertion charge & final value fee you only pay the FVF but this is cold?
insertion fee is usually free or next to nothing anyway and they still charge for all the extras
its only free if you list at 99p, start it at £1 its 15p. list 100 items then thats a £15 saving.If you don't like the other fees you don't have to sell on there - but if you do this is a saving.

so people pay 15p to start auction at £1 rather than start at 99p for nothing LOL
banned#21
Does that included 2 days of not refunding the buyer for something they break a couple of weeks after getting it but claim it was doa for a full refund?
#22
pet2000
Have you got a link to the anouncement? IWith ebay, I only believe when I see it.

http://pages.ebay.co.uk/promos/0IF_100724/index.html


Plus, if anyone's wondering just how much they save/if they're better off listing it on a 'free listing' promo, then they can use the eBaY fee calculator here..

Edited By: Bass_Monkey on Jul 23, 2010 01:34: Additional information
#23
AndyG1975
Lechuck
Ebay have got too damn greedy.

5.25% jump to 10%.

There's such a thing as taking the p!ss out of your customers.


exactly


exactly[ seconded
#24
The 10% final value fee is extortionate!! When i started selling years ago, it was only around 2.3%....I sold some items last week and was charged nearly £48!! in fees then the paypal fees on top of that!! A case of 'they are hooked now, so lets hike up the fees, daft buggas will still pay cos we got them where we want them'
At least there is some saving for the insertions fees as sometimes these come in at over £1 each depending on the start price...so there will be a saving for some people. As they say 'every little helps'....

Edited By: aliandk on Jul 23, 2010 08:22: Added extra comment
#25
i think the main point to this is that you can list your item this weekend without the risk of it costing anything if it DOESNT sell. thats the bugbear for me, when nobody bids and yet it still costs you.
heat addded for this, thanks
#26
rockrat
i think the main point to this is that you can list your item this weekend without the risk of it costing anything if it DOESNT sell. thats the bugbear for me, when nobody bids and yet it still costs you.heat addded for this, thanks

Indeed,you can list at any start price and if it doesn't sell it's no biggy.
#27
Handy if you got some stuff to sell and want to start on a resonable price say £20 ,will save you about 50p. Some cashback sites will pay you back 40% of ebay fees if you are the winning bidder.
#28
so people pay 15p to start auction at £1 rather than start at 99p for nothing LOL

No! Any amount above 99p up to £4.99. From £5 listing fee increases even more. That's were you save with this free listing offer. You start with the minimum price you would accept for your item and if you don't sell you have lost nothing.

However, on those free listing days, you will find a lot of c***p for high starting prices. As a buyer I'd stay away from ebay for this week (and many people do). The only reason ebay is doing those promotions is to get the statistical listing figures up (they influence the share prices).
#29
What a coincidence, my local prostitutes are offering the same deal on those days. :D
banned#30
mmmkbb
hot from me?
Don't ask ME m8.
Don't you know?
#31
That's the reason I don't use ebay anymore.
ebay get 10% of the final sale price & I'm pretty sure PayPal (ebay) take 5%.
#32
Hot for me... Like someone else mentioned, start at the minumum price you want to sell - if it doesn't sell you pay nothing. Could save a few pounds for someone having a big clear out.
#33
dont be fooled
Better to list with Buy it now with best offer
#34
I sold an LCD panel from a laptop for a friend 6 months ago, ending up costing about £15 in fees. I understand it's an auction and they take a fee, but paypal also taking a fee just bumps up the cost of selling on ebay too much. I only ever use ebay for buying stuff. It would be a good way to sell some of my guitar collection but the fees would kill me, not literally of course :P
#35
AndyG1975
Lechuck
Ebay have got too damn greedy.

5.25% jump to 10%.

There's such a thing as taking the p!ss out of your customers.


Most auction houses charge 10-20%, and with ebay you are displaying your goods to millions..... fair play to ebay..... one of the best company ideas of the 1990's/00's LOVE IT BABY.....

exactly
#36
eBay make so much money from your final fees!!
#37
gives you a bit of a saving if selling on ebay i have used :stuff for sale: few time,s now and sold quite bit of stuff Last thing listed on ebay sold on stuff for sale first so only had listing fee to pay.I agree ebay is getting greedy now
#38
woodstock
I HATE EBAY, EBAY MUST DIE!

couldn't agree more, worst thing that could have happened, full of dodgy people flogging dodgy items, along with the ....u guessed dodgy son of a mothers eeebay

Edited By: taurus_the_bull on Jul 23, 2010 05:08: comment
#39
JJG
Strange, there's no mention of it on their site. I'll test it tomorrow though as it'll be handy to list my 700-odd books! I agree ebay are very greedy with their new high fees plus forcing you to accept paypal (meaning more fees) but there's no where else really on the net.
Costs you nothing on this site.
#40
whatsThePoint
colinsunderland
whatsThePoint
colinsunderland
so instead of paying an insertion charge & final value fee you only pay the FVF but this is cold?
insertion fee is usually free or next to nothing anyway and they still charge for all the extras
its only free if you list at 99p, start it at £1 its 15p. list 100 items then thats a £15 saving.If you don't like the other fees you don't have to sell on there - but if you do this is a saving.


so people pay 15p to start auction at £1 rather than start at 99p for nothing LOL

whatsThePoint
colinsunderland
whatsThePoint
colinsunderland
so instead of paying an insertion charge & final value fee you only pay the FVF but this is cold?
insertion fee is usually free or next to nothing anyway and they still charge for all the extras
its only free if you list at 99p, start it at £1 its 15p. list 100 items then thats a £15 saving.If you don't like the other fees you don't have to sell on there - but if you do this is a saving.


so people pay 15p to start auction at £1 rather than start at 99p for nothing LOL


Never underestimate the stupidity of some people (_;)

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