Free eBay Motors Listing Weekend - Saturday 15th & Sunday 16th September - HotUKDeals
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It's not often you get something for free, but this weekend you can list any car (or other type of vehicle) on eBayMotors.co.uk for free, using the Auction-style, Auction-with-Buy It Now or Buy It Now Only (Fixed Price) formats. The normal Insertion Fee for vehicles is £8 each.

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banned9y, 3m agoFound 9 years, 3 months ago
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#1
save £8, thanks! voted hot
#2
Been waiting for something like this to come around so I can stick my car back on eBay! Voted hot! Cheers!
#3
This is more of a good deal for people buying cars off ebay than selling them.

The sellers save £8 - but ebay then gets flooded with cars.

More cars and the same number of buyers = cheaper auction price.

I always keep an eye out for the week after these as there are often some good bargains to be had on cars which have no reserve....
#4
Was just about to post the same richolmes72. The times i've seen people saying 'i'll wait til 10p listing day to ebay my psp/ds/whatever' and have lost out big time on it. Absolute false economy- ebay still make from final value prices so it's no big deal for them, they're not really giving anything away.

It is good for listing at a fixed price or realistic starting price (ie what you want for the car -10%) with 'willing to negotiate on price' added to the listing.
banned#5
I must admit, i'm only going to use the 'Buy It Now' with 'Best Offer' Option for 2 of my cars which I've currently got on Classifieds.
#6
billyX
It is good for listing at a fixed price or realistic starting price (ie what you want for the car -10%) with 'willing to negotiate on price' added to the listing.


I wouldn't bother with the -10%


If you put 'willing to negotiate on price' in the listing and someone reports you eBay may remove the listing (it's against their rules) :-(

Start an auction at the minimum price you'll be happy with, then if you only get one bid you'll be OK, if you get two bids plus, it's a bonus :-D (providing they pay :-( )
#7
*Over to you Charlie :giggle: - Thanks BTW ;-) *

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