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Ebay 15p Listing Day - Tuesday 28th November

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1d, 2w agoFound 1 decade, 2 weeks ago
All day Tuesday is 15 pence listing Day on Ebay.

For the entire day of Tuesday 28th November 2006 (local UK time), sellers who list an item using the Auction-style, Auction-with-Buy It Now or Buy It Now Only (Fixed Price) formats in an eligible category, will pay a 15 pence (£0.15) Insertion Fee per item they list. Please see below for more details.

Tuesday 28th November 2006 from 00:00:01 GMT until 23:59:59 GMT (promotional period).
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#1
Good to see deals from you Spenspuma :)

Thanks !!
#2
Nice, had a pretty succesful cheap listings day a couple of weeks ago.
#3
Yeah, its not till you list something without these 15p days that you realise how much you save!!....you get spoilt by these 15p days....a few days ago i listed something on Buy it now and it cost £3 to list!!!!!....if id have known about this 15p day then i would have waited and saved almost £3.

Oh well, you win some you lose some!!

Ebay seem to be doing these cheap days quite often now....I wonder if theyll do something special to celebrate their 10 year anniversary??
#4
time to search the house for things that I want a good reserve on and don't mind losing 15p
#5
remember if you plan to use reserve it cant be anything lower then £50 pounds.... from a ebay seller
#6
10 year anniversary ? surely they havent been running 10 years now ?
#7
Yeah they have, I noticed something on the updates about that a few days ago...

http://www2.ebay.com/aw/uk/200611.shtml#2006-11-22152111
[mod]#8
Thanks spensuma :) the reduced price listing days are great! Good chance to have a clear out before Christmas!
#9
datamile

time to search the house for things that I want a good reserve on and don't mind losing 15p

Don't forget you will still be charged 2% of reserve price (max £100) if item does not sell.

The only way is to start the auction bidding at the price you would otherwise have as a reserve but that may put off potential bidders.
#10
Premier
Don't forget you will still be charged 2% of reserve price (max £100) if item does not sell.

The only way is to start the auction bidding at the price you would otherwise have as a reserve but that may put off potential bidders.


eh? can you explain this. If I put something up for say £100 and it does not sell do I get charged 15p + £2?

I didnt know that happened?!> :thinking:
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If you put something up for £100 (i.e. an auction starting from £100) and it does not sell you will be charged 15p instead of the usual insertion fee of £2.00

However if you stick it up for say £65 with a reserve of £100 then you will be charged 15p insertion fee (instead of the usual £1.50 insertion fee) plus £2.00 reserve fee (2% of £100). If the item sells you will be refunded this £2.00 but of course you will suffer the normal final value fees.

It should be noted that the £100 I mentioned in my earlier post relates to the reserve fee, not the reserve price. i.e. you will be charged 2% on all reserve prices up to £5000
#12
If it is 15p listing day I'm sure you can stick your item on there for as much as you want without even using a reserve price.

I never use their galleries and other extras as it's just another way of spending more money on the same auction.

Ebay claim galleries increase sales by so and so percent but they would as they want you to keep giving them that extra 15 pence.

With or without galleries my items always sell for roughly the same amount, but without using gallery I get to list another item for the same price.
#13
Doesnt appear to be 15 pence if you try to use sheduled listings!!....i have about 10 things i need to place adverts for and like to take my time creating the listings and therefore i would have created them all over the weekend for them to start Tuesday morning....doesnt work though....charges FULL price!! ahhh!!.....will have to sit down tuesday night and do them - or past midnight on monday!!!
#14
As is usual with these ebay promotions, any listing that is scheduled to go live during the promotional period is entitled to the special promotional price.

You will have to pay the additional normal scheduling fee of 6p

If you find you have not be charged the promotional fee, you should contact ebay customer services; perhaps they have another bug in their software like they did in last weeks 5p listing promotion. If you have complied with the terms of the promotion and have been overcharged, ebay will refund the difference to you (last week they said it would be 2 weeks after the end of the promotion)

Note, if as you suggest earlier, this offer is going to save you about £3 per listing, you must be selling multiple items in the £100 or more tier.

I guess the fact you " like to take my time creating the listings" refers to the description itself. Why not decide on that this weekend and save it (either as text or html coding) ready to copy & paste on Tuesday and save yourself 6p per listing?
#15
Noticed how none of my listings have any hit counters.

Have they removed them?
#16
No you have the choice to add them or not on the listing formats page

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