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Free listing Weekend on eBay for under 99p items

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8y, 9m agoFound 8 years, 9 months ago
Excellent offer although I do wish they would offer reduced final value fees, lol.
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8y, 9m agoFound 8 years, 9 months ago
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#1
i agree, there prices are quite steep
#2
Why is this being voted Cold ? This is a brilliant offer & the perfect time to list EVERYTHING & save a fortune ...... HOT HOT HOT
#3
lesleysherrock
Why is this being voted Cold ? This is a brilliant offer & the perfect time to list EVERYTHING & save a fortune ...... HOT HOT HOT


A fortune you say :? you save10p max not voting cold as its free but not the best ebay freebie
#4
waterloo
A fortune you say :? you save10p max not voting cold as its free but not the best ebay freebie

I have been waiting for this for a while & have loads of stuff to list so will save LOADS ......lol
#5
lesleysherrock
I have been waiting for this for a while & have loads of stuff to list so will save LOADS ......lol

It all depends on what you consider to be loads or a fortune or how many things you have for sale because at 10p max per item you must have a hell of a lot to sell.
#6
look after the pennies and the pound look after themselves. i have voted hot and shall also be clearing out the loft : )
#7
All this bad talk of Ebay and they gave me £10 off when i buy something using payal with no minimum spend, they said i was a star member, tbh about time lol
#8
this is a good deal, got a few x box games that i will be putting on there then :)
#9
Not very good if it is available for 99p listing only... the final value fee has gone up to 7.25%... make less in total compare to the past.
#10
waterloo
It all depends on what you consider to be loads or a fortune or how many things you have for sale because at 10p max per item you must have a hell of a lot to sell.


I have 100's, so as I said will save LOADS (starting price for auction items up to 99p are usually 15p not 10p, if you multiply this by even say 500 items it amounts to £75.00 ! which I consider to be quite a saving ..... :-D )
#11
yeah gr8 find, good chance for me to get rid of some attic junk.... hopefully.
#12
I Am Having A Clearout Too, I Will Be Posting My Wares On Ebay This Weekend.
Thank You, Heat Added :)
#13
lesleysherrock
I have 100's, so as I said will save LOADS (starting price for auction items up to 99p are usually 15p not 10p, if you multiply this by even say 500 items it amounts to £75.00 ! which I consider to be quite a saving ..... :-D )


Fair enough if you have 500 items for sale all under £1 as you say you have you will save some money but i cannot believe you have 500 things to sale under £1 and just been waiting for this to come up what you selling ?
and also the listing fee is 10p up to 99p not 15p

Good luck :thumbsup:
#14
lesleysherrock
I have 100's, so as I said will save LOADS (starting price for auction items up to 99p are usually 15p not 10p, if you multiply this by even say 500 items it amounts to £75.00 ! which I consider to be quite a saving ..... :-D )

Listing fees and final value % changed a couple of weeks ago so you will only save 10p for each item you list free. Ideal for listing stuff you don't expect anyone will want to buy I suppose as it won't cost anything, but by the time you've paid final value fees, paypal fees and spent time listing it, stuff that sells that cheap is too much hassle!!!
I'd rather stick cheaper stuff in my ebay shop as it remains listed for longer and the total fees now are hardly any different.
I got the £10 voucher too which was quite handy!
#15
lesleysherrock
I have 100's, so as I said will save LOADS (starting price for auction items up to 99p are usually 15p not 10p, if you multiply this by even say 500 items it amounts to £75.00 ! which I consider to be quite a saving ..... :-D )

Just out of interest, are you going to be stuck to a chair near your computer all weekend? I would have thought 500 items would take a fair while to list!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#16
I have literally hundreds of CDs and DVDs I need to get rid of. I know I'm not going to make a mint out of them, but at least this way I don't waste anything risking it by listing them in the first place and them not selling. Seems ideal for me!
#17
Great find. I've been on ebay but not noticed this deal.
Hot vote from me.

hope I can get some extra cash, got nothing to lose.:thumbsup:
#18
Got some stuff to shift meself. Before the new change apparently comes into effect where only the buyer can give a rating, and the seller can't.
#19
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#20
topshopper
Just out of interest, are you going to be stuck to a chair near your computer all weekend? I would have thought 500 items would take a fair while to list!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

There is a prog called Turbo Lister which makes everything really simple (can be found on the Ebay site or just Google it) which makes everything really simple & quick, 800 items in less than an hour no probs)Everything is already done just needs transfering ...............
#21
We should all put the earning in the p&p as for of strike... Being open minded customers won't care
#22
voted hot ,no penny wasted if no extra fee(unsold items)
#23
does this include gallery pic
#24
pink;1669021
does this include gallery pic


No, only the basic insertion fee of 10p. All other listing fees are charged as normal.

Not exactly a massive giveaway is it -10p!!!!
#25
kevinyork
No, only the basic insertion fee of 10p. All other listing fees are charged as normal.

Not exactly a massive giveaway is it -10p!!!!



Yep, huge saving here!:whistling:

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