Listing is free this Sunday on eBay - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HotUKDeals, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HotUKDeals app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
359Expired

Listing is free this Sunday on eBay

£0.00 @ eBay
(sorry if the link doesn't work.) Free on sunday 6th June from 00:00:01 until 23:59:59 £0.00 insertion fee on Auction format listings with any starting price. Open to all users (… Read More
kaibex Avatar
7y, 3w agoFound 7 years, 3 weeks ago
(sorry if the link doesn't work.)

Free on sunday 6th June from 00:00:01 until 23:59:59

£0.00 insertion fee on Auction format
listings with any starting price.


Open to all users (except business sellers).


All Final Value Fees and optional listing
upgrade fees still apply.

other T&C's apply
More From eBay:

All Comments

(18) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
#1
Perfect timing - I've got some stuff to get rid of! jd
#2
Just a note
It is usually to pay 40p for a buy it now listing as the FVF is much lower than on auction format.
#3
Does this include automotive parts etc? :/
#4
I Hate Ebay!!!!!
#5
how can this get voted so hot? I mean,, you get what 40p off? Say i list a 40p ps3 on auction, and it sells for what £200? Ebay will knock £20 off into there pockets, Thats one heck of a rip off! I say stay away from ebay unless you have small items to sell cuz it really is a money making scheme they have, Try gumtree its free. They should do keep the final value fee free. I wouldnt mind giving 40p to keep £20!
#6
Agreed^
eBay and Paypal are making MILLIONS from fees.
But free auction wil b useufl
#7
I agree that eBay and paypal fees totally suck, but they're a company earning money too. Even in real auctions you go to, you'll have to pay commission if you put something up.

Yea it sucks that they take a big chunk from big auctions, but it's much more hassle free than trying to find a buyer in real life. The amount of time you try to find a buyer (advertising etc) it works out to be the same anyways.

Heat added.
#8
Wonder if they will ever have a "no final value fee day" instead? No. I thought not.
#9
Nathan94
Does this include automotive parts etc? :/


i'm not too sure

What's Excluded?

Business Sellers are not eligible to participate in this promotion.
PowerSellers are not eligible to participate in this promotion.
All items listed in the "Cars, Motorcycles & Vehicles" category.
Items listed in the "Residential Property" category.
Items listed in the "Mobile Phones with Contract" sub-category of the "Mobile & Home Phones" category.
Identical listings that do not comply with our Duplicate Listings policy.
Buy It Now (Fixed Price) format listings.
Any item listed during the promotional period but scheduled to start after the promotional period does NOT qualify for the promotion.
Any items listed which do not comply with eBay’s Listing Policies or Prohibited and Restricted Items Policies.
Items which are listed with a Reserve Price are excluded from this promotion.
Only the basic eBay Insertion Fee will be reduced to 0 pence (£0.00). All other eBay selling fees will still apply, including but not limited to Final Value Fees, optional Reserve Price Fees and all Listing Upgrade Fees such as "Gallery Plus" or "Subtitle”; See the full details about eBay fees.
#10
I got error message :(

This listing () has been removed, or this item is not available.

*
Please check that you've entered the correct item number
*
Listings that have ended 90 or more days ago will not be available for viewing.
#11
bhara
Just a note
It is usually to pay 40p for a buy it now listing as the FVF is much lower than on auction format.


the fvf on auction is 10% and on buy it now if 9.9% so to be honest i dont think you will notice any diff at all. i usually have a few bits to list on these days coz sometime you just dont want to start an auction at 99p just incase.
#12
no free listing now on items less than 99p ,they now want ANOTHER 10p to list a 99p item !!!!!!!
#13
yasser_7862
how can this get voted so hot? I mean,, you get what 40p off? Say i list a 40p ps3 on auction, and it sells for what £200? Ebay will knock £20 off into there pockets, Thats one heck of a rip off! I say stay away from ebay unless you have small items to sell cuz it really is a money making scheme they have, Try gumtree its free. They should do keep the final value fee free. I wouldnt mind giving 40p to keep £20!


I wouldnt use Gumtree if it was last thing on earth and using it would prevent the end of mankind.

I advertised a phone and laptop on there and after 1 week I have had 60 emails from variety of same source giving the usually scam cr*p bout paying over the odds and shipping it to their mate who is on a course in West Africa. In the end I had no option but to send some right obscene emails as enough was enough.

Problem with gumtree is yes its free but that means no restrictions and open to everyone including scammers. You spend most of the time sifting through scamming emails and this leads to missing those emails from genuine people.
#14
yes, i know you got an error message. it does that for me too, and i typed it in. i did put an apology at the start of the post. Besides, there is nothing to look at. just ebay. can't find it in any of the news feeds
#15
clairel;8753728
no free listing now on items less than 99p ,they now want ANOTHER 10p to list a 99p item !!!!!!!


I thought under 99p was free, when did it become 10p???
#16
Dude1971
I thought under 99p was free, when did it become 10p???


its still free to list upto 100 items a month free then when you get to item number 101 they start to charge you again. think that is totally fair as stops those who are clearly businesses but dont want to register on ebay as one.
#17
eBay are slowly wiping out the poor individual citizens in order to introduce the MASSIVE COMMERCIAL BUSINESSES... :(. I mean, come on, let us have our unlimited 99p listings! What's to worry about eBay? If things sell at 99p, you take 10% anyway, and then you'll take 25p + 3.4% through paypal!

What happened to the good old days when we could sell our things, and giving away just a small percentage to eBay? If I want to go to a JD Sports outlet, surely they could have one on their site? Why ON EARTH do they have one on eBay??? What has eBay become?!
#18
Dude1971
I thought under 99p was free, when did it become 10p???


on the 2nd june ,just great ,they are so greedy !!!!

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!