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Ebay 50% off final fees (invite only)

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50% off your Final Value Fee on 100 eligible auctions or fixed price listings. Started 12.00am 29/01/17 until 11.59pm 31/01/17. Check your emails just received mine. Direct link to Promo: … Read More
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5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago
50% off your Final Value Fee on 100 eligible auctions or fixed price listings.

Started 12.00am 29/01/17 until 11.59pm 31/01/17.

Check your emails just received mine.

Direct link to Promo:

http://pages.ebay.co.uk/promos/2016/103380.html
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32 Likes
nicsantorini15
sphock it instead. its free and so much easier


With nothing like the visibility of eBay.
25 Likes
oO

Just sold a graphics card this week on ebay...

http://i.imgur.com/mp7U6G4.gif
8 Likes
Exorbitant fees, eBay fees, pay pal fees and 10% fee on postage, you end up paying £5 for £25 sale, ridiculous.
7 Likes
sphock it instead. its free and so much easier

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7 Likes #1
sphock it instead. its free and so much easier
32 Likes #2
nicsantorini15
sphock it instead. its free and so much easier


With nothing like the visibility of eBay.
1 Like #3
Haven't received anything yet I think I might hold out till least 75% off
2 Likes #4
JellybearXo
Haven't received anything yet I think I might hold out till least 75% off


Like you have a choice in the matter :D
1 Like #5
Just received mine. thanks
1 Like #6
Got mine as well. Thanks!
1 Like #7
Thanks OP. Activated. Heat added :)
25 Likes #8
oO

Just sold a graphics card this week on ebay...

http://i.imgur.com/mp7U6G4.gif
#9
Whenever I get the a xx% off fvf offer I also tend to get £1 fvf a few days later.
#10
Is there a direct link to the offer?
#12
biddilybah
oO

Just sold a graphics card this week on ebay...

http://i.imgur.com/mp7U6G4.gif


These offers happen around every 3 weeks so next time if the sale is not urgent, hold on for a few days
1 Like #13
AJ92
Whenever I get the a xx% off fvf offer I also tend to get £1 fvf a few days later.


Really? They've only had 1 £1 final value fee offer in the last 6 months so I doubt that's true.
6 Likes #14
Is there a direct link to the offer?
Unfortunately, this promotional offer is by invitation only.
:(
2 Likes #15
nicsantorini15
sphock it instead. its free and so much easier


Sphock has its hit and misses.

People set up deals and decide they don't want the item and then just ignore you.

Silly offers on your items which they expect to pay £4 for a £30 weighted jacket and want it to have free recorded delivery.

I'm more of a buyer on sphock.
2 Likes #16
I just don't get it I never seem to be elegeble for any of these offers... It is because I don't sell enough? I maybe be do a few items every few months or so...
4 Likes #17
mtuk1
AJ92
Whenever I get the a xx% off fvf offer I also tend to get £1 fvf a few days later.


Really? They've only had 1 £1 final value fee offer in the last 6 months so I doubt that's true.


Not true. There's been at least 3
1 Like #18
cold - no email
4 Likes #19
mtuk1
nicsantorini15
sphock it instead. its free and so much easier
With nothing like the visibility of eBay.
The painful truth. It is with their monopoly that they can get away with their usually abhorrent fees. Removing the £40 cap was the last straw for me, I used to use it a lot and now it is my absolute last port of call, both to buy and sell. Hopefully one day a worthy competitor will show it's face. Come on Google... http://www.madfruit.co.uk/forums/public/style_emoticons/default/pray.gif
8 Likes #20
Exorbitant fees, eBay fees, pay pal fees and 10% fee on postage, you end up paying £5 for £25 sale, ridiculous.
#21
mtuk1
AJ92
Whenever I get the a xx% off fvf offer I also tend to get £1 fvf a few days later.
Really? They've only had 1 £1 final value fee offer in the last 6 months so I doubt that's true.

I think the £1 FVF weekends are roughly every 3 months.
1 Like #22
Thanks OP, I got one. Although I had to end & relist all my items, it will be worth it!
#23
Just watch it because last time I opted in I never got my reduction.. They charged full price
1 Like #24
nadhaw
Just watch it because last time I opted in I never got my reduction.. They charged full price


What did they say when you complained and quoted their discount?
#25
nadhaw
Just watch it because last time I opted in I never got my reduction.. They charged full price


Hope you didn't pay full price and sorted it out with eBay...

Unless something was amiss your end
5 Likes #26
Brookydave
Is there a direct link to the offer?
Unfortunately, this promotional offer is by invitation only.:(
You have to sign up to their promotional emails. Unfortunately you receive about three a day but it's the only way I've found to be eligible for these kinds of offers.
1 Like #27
yeh, I'm fed up of all the fees associated with eBay.....if I sell an item the I want all the money generated to be ALL MINE!!!! ;) Sold an item on here recently and the sale went really well.......have been thinking about spock, but am I willing to go where no man has gone before..... ;) ......not keen on strangers coming to my gaff......
1 Like #28
Nice one OP! Was waiting for something like this...

Heated.
1 Like #29
sxxychocolate
yeh, I'm fed up of all the fees associated with eBay.....if I sell an item the I want all the money generated to be ALL MINE!!!! ;) Sold an item on here recently and the sale went really well.......have been thinking about spock, but am I willing to go where no man has gone before..... ;) ......not keen on strangers coming to my gaff......

I realise it was tongue in cheek but what you say is exactly the problem. People want all the money when they sell something, it's natural, I do as well, but it isn't realistic at all if you want all the extras that goes with something like eBay. I have only ever briefly considered the alternatives and then sadly dismissed them, While I don't like paying fees anymore than anyone else, you need all the reach you can get when selling,especially in the quiet months after Christmas and these free sites all run a hugely trust based system where as you say you really are inviting total strangers to your home (or arranging meeting points, which isn't exactly convenient)...

You need a really big player like Amazon (I think they kind of do this already, but not on the same as eBay and the other Amazon sellers are always competing against Amazons own listings) or Google to set up but I think if they were interested they would have started to by now....
1 Like #30
nicsantorini15
sphock it instead. its free and so much easier
Too many time wasters on shpock
#31
I only sell on eBay with £1 final fee or the £3 tech one they did was good too. Due to PayPal fees and now charges on postage I sold a phone for £400 and got £15 plus the one pound. Think that's bad enough never mind 5-10% of the item. I have found that gumtree and other sites are full of time wasters though!
#32

Unfortunately, this promotional offer is by invitation only.
#33
Do scheduled items count in this, I have about 80 due to go on tonight and I've accepted the offer.
#34
fctilidie
Do scheduled items count in this, I have about 80 due to go on tonight and I've accepted the offer.
I think so. But you should check the Ts&Cs to be sure.
2 Likes #35
Be sure to check the terms as I got stung by listing multiple quantities as that wasn't part of the terms... Quick complaint on live chat on eBay and it was refunded.
1 Like #36
Thank you x
#37
Never got the email... Any way to trigger this for your account?
#38
Bossworld
Brookydave
Is there a direct link to the offer?
Unfortunately, this promotional offer is by invitation only.:(
You have to sign up to their promotional emails. Unfortunately you receive about three a day but it's the only way I've found to be eligible for these kinds of offers.

Where do I sign up for the emails? Can't seem to find it anywhere. I'm sick of not being eligible for these offers.
#39
try to sell and item and on the first page if its listed at the bottom of the page simply click "get offer".
1 Like #40
LyesLyes18
Exorbitant fees, eBay fees, pay pal fees and 10% fee on postage, you end up paying £5 for £25 sale, ridiculous.


£3.35 in fees

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