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Sell your Fashion items for £2 max final fee @ ebay [max 4 items]

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Create up to 4 listing(s) on eBay.co.uk in the Fashion category (Clothes, Shoes & Accessories (11450), starting during the promotion period, using the auction-style or fixed price format, and pay a ma…
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Create up to 4 listing(s) on eBay.co.uk in the Fashion category (Clothes, Shoes & Accessories (11450), starting during the promotion period, using the auction-style or fixed price format, and pay a maximum of £2 in final value fees per listing if they sell.

Before your 4 listings start, you need to have actively opted in to the promotion via the RSVP link shown in the marketing communication.

You won’t pay an insertion fee for each of the 4 listings. Listing upgrade fees will still apply and will be charged according to the eBay fees policy.

From Sunday 07 August 2016 00:00:01 until Wednesday 31 August 2016 23:59:59 local UK time.
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#1
click here to accept offer
#2
I got this, though it will just sit in my account and expire as I never sell fashion items, probably about the worst category you can sell in on eBay since it is about the worst for returns. Hate these new category specific offers, much better when the discounts applied to all categories as if you don't sell in that category you get no benefit....
#3
Tried the link and it says by invite only
#4
kiepau
Tried the link and it says by invite only
go to myebay and check under selling - there should be a list of promotions
#5
I'll just stick to my 50,000 free listing promo this time thanks 8)
1 Like #6
And when u try sell designer good u get done for copyright, infringement and a whole heap of bull regulations
When the item belongs to you
#7
EBay is dying on its arris
1 Like #8
Of all the eBay email offers that have been posted this week, I get the crappiest one...this one!
#9
i knew it was worth hanging on to those flowery shirts and flares ! ebay here i come.....
#10
This is a very poor offer, worded carefully. You think you are getting a deal but the chances are very few people who claim the offer may benefit. They should be politicians! The maximum fee they charge is £2 per item for 4 items listed. eBay take 10% final value fee on both the item and postage; this means you need to sell each item for a lot more than £20 each (inc. postage) to benefit. i.e. sell £20 and they charge you £2. Sell for £21 and they charge you £2, saving 10p in fees. How much does second hand clothing sell for?
1 Like #11
Weggie
This is a very poor offer, worded carefully. You think you are getting a deal but the chances are very few people who claim the offer may benefit. They should be politicians! The maximum fee they charge is £2 per item for 4 items listed. eBay take 10% final value fee on both the item and postage; this means you need to sell each item for a lot more than £20 each (inc. postage) to benefit. i.e. sell £20 and they charge you £2. Sell for £21 and they charge you £2, saving 10p in fees. How much does second hand clothing sell for?
obviously we dont sell primark shirts on this deal
#12
j0sentina
Weggie
This is a very poor offer, worded carefully. You think you are getting a deal but the chances are very few people who claim the offer may benefit. They should be politicians! The maximum fee they charge is £2 per item for 4 items listed. eBay take 10% final value fee on both the item and postage; this means you need to sell each item for a lot more than £20 each (inc. postage) to benefit. i.e. sell £20 and they charge you £2. Sell for £21 and they charge you £2, saving 10p in fees. How much does second hand clothing sell for?
obviously we dont sell primark shirts on this deal


​Of course not. I did say very few people who accept the offer will benefit. Just pointing out that eBay's title on the offer can be deceiving until you read the T&C's.
#13
j0sentina
Weggie
This is a very poor offer, worded carefully. You think you are getting a deal but the chances are very few people who claim the offer may benefit. They should be politicians! The maximum fee they charge is £2 per item for 4 items listed. eBay take 10% final value fee on both the item and postage; this means you need to sell each item for a lot more than £20 each (inc. postage) to benefit. i.e. sell £20 and they charge you £2. Sell for £21 and they charge you £2, saving 10p in fees. How much does second hand clothing sell for?
obviously we dont sell primark shirts on this deal

Yep yep selling designer shoes for lots! Thanks so much xx

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