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35% Quidco Cashback @ Ebay - NOTE IT IS 35% of EBAYS REVENUE, NOT AUCTION COMMISSION

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9y, 10m agoPosted 9 years, 10 months ago
From Quidco:

eBay.co.uk is the UK's number one e-commerce site with over 8 million unique visitors every month.

35% for winning a eBay auction. This amount is based on eBay revenue.

Worth remembering to use quidco for large purchases.
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9y, 10m agoPosted 9 years, 10 months ago
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#1
Sounds fantastic!
#2
Good to see ebay back on quidco.
#3
Awesome, well done for noticing, this would be 35% of the seller's fees then or 30% of final value fees? Either way it's good to see. Cheers heat and rep for you.
#4
I assume its 35% of the total amount ebay make from the auction (ie listing fee + final value fee).
#5
anyone tried yet? how's tracking? sounds awesome if it works
#6
So if I was to buy a £800 item of ebay and used quidco I could get a massive £285 of the final price?

If that is correct then wow.
#7
Matt226
So if I was to buy a £800 item of ebay and used quidco I could get a massive £285 of the final price?

If that is correct then wow.



No:roll:
Did you not read any of the post :giggle:
#8
Matt226
So if I was to buy a £800 item of ebay and used quidco I could get a massive £285 of the final price?

If that is correct then wow.


no,

it says 35% of ebay revenue so you'll get 35% of the listing fee and 35% of the selling fee.

As majority of items are listed for less than £1 that equates to 5p to start with.

Not 100% sure how selling fees work so wont comment.
#9
No
Did you not read any of the post


:oops: :oops: :oops: :oops:

hehe sorry, fill dumb now. Will crawl back under my rock :w00t:
#10
Matt226
:oops: :oops: :oops: :oops:

hehe sorry, fill dumb now. Will crawl back under my rock :w00t:


Lol you obviously got overcome with excitement:)

If it was 35% off purchase price don't think I would shop anywhere else ever again:)
#11
So im right in thinking if i bid on sometihng worth X amount, pay the seller x amount, im getting 35% back of ebays take in the auction? so im getting 35% of the selling/listing/reserve etc fees?
#12
Makes featured listings seem a lot more attractive eh?:thumbsup:
Rep me if that got you thinking...:)
#13
So ebay's revenue, is that final value fee plus listing fee ?

Personally I hate ebay, completely abusing their dominance in the market, they overcharge on 3 accounts, listing fee, FVF and paypal, anyway to grab any of these back is great news.
#14
I bought a dvd set off e-bay yesterday through quidco. It was a BIN which if you read the Quidblog post even Quidco aren't sure whether that is included in the new cashback scheme.

Nothing is showing as tracked at the moment (its been about 24 hours now). I'll let you all know if something tracks eventually. But for the time being you might want to assume that BINs aren't included.
#15
great find ... will come in use for sure. voted hot !
#16
richcf14

Personally I hate ebay, completely abusing their dominance in the market, they overcharge on 3 accounts, listing fee, FVF and paypal, anyway to grab any of these back is great news.


Sheesh !!!!! Not again !!!!! :x :x :x http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=52505

Instead of making these ridiculous sweeping statements please provide actual evidence that ebay are "overcharging" as you state.

I'll be waiting with interest for that evidence. :whistling:



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#17
They can afford to charge less though surely- 9% on media FVF for example when they just give you 1 page of hosting for your item! +Insertion fees etc..
It is a lot and they are abusing their position in my opinion. They can charge what they like and as long as they leave enough room for sellers to scrape by they are raking it in, without a viable alternative. QXL Ebid Froogle etc just dont get the traffic to shift high volumes.
I continue to use them because although they overcharge the seller it is still possible to make a profit, I wish instead of giving commision back on purchases they dropped their fees by 35%! The buyers would benefit from reduced prices and sellers reduced fees. Win-win. OK granted a tiny % of ebayers will use this offer as it stands (How many ebayers are HUKdealers) But Ebay really should do more to encourage sellers IMO.
Let the flaming begin :roll:
#18
Does anyone know if we can get this on more than one ebay account? I occasionally sell on ebay but more often list for my son, s0o would probably be better getting it on his i.d. or would that not work?
Thanks
#19
This should work on all Ebay a/cs, as long as you go through Quidco then you get the comission (follow the usual cookie guidelines):thumbsup:
#20
sanmarco5
Does anyone know if we can get this on more than one ebay account? I occasionally sell on ebay but more often list for my son, s0o would probably be better getting it on his i.d. or would that not work?
Thanks


sorry just realised it is the buyer & not the seller who gets the cashback :x
#21
HERE READ THIS

if im right we can buy a 1p ebook from a member and make money out of the paypal fees how much is it to put in an auction now?

i just loooked up here

http://pages.ebay.co.uk/help/sell/fees.html

if ya purchase a 1p ebook ya get 0.05p quidco lol so not really as much as i thought

but ya can work out how much ya will get back at that page just work out 35% of it
#22
Anyone tested this on a featured listing then? I've found a homepage listed item which costs £20.
Homepage featured=£50
BIN fees=~£2
FVF=~£2

54/3=18
So £18 back on a £20 purchase lol :)
#23
lost
Anyone tested this on a featured listing then? I've found a homepage listed item which costs £20.
Homepage featured=£50
BIN fees=~£2
FVF=~£2

54/3=18
So £18 back on a £20 purchase lol :)


try it but i dont know if it includes the Homepage featured=£50

but if it does u got a bargin if the things any good
#24
gunton your probably right but thats just abuse and ebay will remove themselves from quidco again which would spoil it for everyone.
#25
It is use not abuse - ebay won't lose out it's the seller. They put those things in as homepage featured as a loss leader to draw people into their shop. Who pays £50 to advertise something they're selling for £20 normally.
#26
whats the link to this £20 bin i couldnt see it
#27
Have given this a go- will report back... ;-)
#28
Aggy
I bought a dvd set off e-bay yesterday through quidco. It was a BIN which if you read the Quidblog post even Quidco aren't sure whether that is included in the new cashback scheme.

Nothing is showing as tracked at the moment (its been about 24 hours now). I'll let you all know if something tracks eventually. But for the time being you might want to assume that BINs aren't included.


Just because some people apparently missed it!
#29
Thanks Aggy- Didnt miss it but one persons tracking issues dont really put me off.:)
If it doesnt track I only pay the return postage to the seller: ~£2.
Worth a gamble methinks..

Please read the following before proceeding:

Abuse of this programme will not be tolerated. Please remember that according to the Quidco T&Cs, accounts can be terminated without notice if there are patterns of merchant exploitation.

Enquiries are not supported for this programme.


Not sure how you can abuse this really. How can Ebay lose out when its just taking a % of their fees?
#30
hottoshop
Sheesh !!!!! Not again !!!!! :x :x :x http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=52505

Instead of making these ridiculous sweeping statements please provide actual evidence that ebay are "overcharging" as you state.

I'll be waiting with interest for that evidence. :whistling:



I


Evidence of overcharging- Ad mag- listing free, transaction fee- free:thumbsup:
#31
@ lost - we do not allow links to specific sellers or items from eBay on the forums :)
#32
My word this is going to make buying DVDs and video games tough from now on. Once I've sorted into cost order I'm going to have to study all of the cheapeast listings to see who has listed in bold, has listed in two categories, has a sub heading, has the most pictures, gallery, slide show, etc. etc.! Damn you eBay and Quidco!!!
#33
I can't see this lasting long on Quidco. It will cost ebay a fair bit in the end.
#34
RiverChelt
My word this is going to make buying DVDs and video games tough from now on. Once I've sorted into cost order I'm going to have to study all of the cheapeast listings to see who has listed in bold, has listed in two categories, has a sub heading, has the most pictures, gallery, slide show, etc. etc.! Damn you eBay and Quidco!!!


lol this gave me a good laugh
#35
emmajk42
@ lost - we do not allow links to specific sellers or items from eBay on the forums :)


that was my fault i asked sorry. just so i could work out how much they paid in fees.

also whats the red bit in my name for when did i do something wrong (was it this) and how do i get rid of it?

cheers
#36
SevenOfDCup
The 9% hike was totally out of order, especially as they own the market as it is. Imagine if there was only one supermarket.


If there was only one supermarket and they raised their prices beyond what you felt acceptable you could always source your goods from other greengrocers, butchers, etc. etc.

Likewise, if unhappy with the eBay fees, you can always sell your items through the free ads in your local newspaper and the various listing newspaper/magazines that exist. Or car boot.

Anyway, not meaning to stray off subject, but I'm not entirely unhappy with the eBay fees, I can't think of any other way that I would have been able to sell the amount of items that I have quite so easily over the past three years.
#37
Thanks for the original post and replies guys :)
#38
though this thread got closed

so has anyone got tracked yet?
#39
anything tracket yet? cause mine didnt
#40
Mine hasn't tracked either... :?

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