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any ideas on when the next decent 10p listing day is

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The last one was just for certain items, any ideas on when the next will be...I know its usually around the bank holidays but I just thought i'd ask if anyone had a crystal ball Read More
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9y, 8m agoPosted 9 years, 8 months ago
The last one was just for certain items, any ideas on when the next will be...I know its usually around the bank holidays but I just thought i'd ask if anyone had a crystal ball
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9y, 8m agoPosted 9 years, 8 months ago
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#1
email them at fleabay
#2
Do they really tell you if you email them?
:?

Kim
#3
I've always thought 10p listing only makes a major difference if your a business or sell lots of items on ebay in one batch.
#4
Could be wrong here, but I think many items are only 10p to list as standard now, with the trade-off being that Ebay take a bigger cut of the final selling price than they used to (typically about 9% now I think).

I only tend to list auction items with a low starting price (under £10), and all my auction listings have cost me 10p over the past couple of months.

Same goes for any "Buy-It-Now" listings I've done, including a couple of more expensive items with a "Buy-It-Now" price of over £100 (these have still only cost 10p to list - excluding extra fees for multiple pictures etc.).

I'm pretty sure that in the past it was 15p to list an auction item starting at 99p or less, 20p for an item starting between £1 & £4.99 etc.
#5
or you can always put a high postage and low starting bid and write in your auction "just keeping selling fees low"


ive done it once before i wrote the item as 1p buy it now and 97.99p postage.
#6
HU5TLER
or you can always put a high postage and low starting bid and write in your auction "just keeping selling fees low"


ive done it once before i wrote the item as 1p buy it now and 97.99p postage.


That's known as circumventing fees, if eBay catch you at it they'll remove your listing/ban you & while most buyers probably don't care, 90% of people who are new to eBay/don't get it will run a mile from your listing.

http://pages.ebay.com/help/policies/listing-circumventing.html
#7
Off topic but has anybody else noticed this....

***PayPal Required for Listings in Some Categories***

10 August, 2007 | 10:38AM BST


We wanted to let you know that from next week, items listed in certain categories on eBay.co.uk will need to offer PayPal as a payment option or as the sole payment method.

We are doing this as part of our ongoing efforts to reduce fraud and protect buyers and sellers in the eBay community.

PayPal will need to be offered as a payment option on listings in the following categories:

Video Games
Health & Beauty
PayPal will need to be the only payment method on sales in the following category:

Video Games: Consoles
If you would like to sell in the categories affected, please sign up for a PayPal account if you do not already have one.



Prepare for more catagories to go the same way as ebay forces everybody onto paypal only as a payment method to get an even bigger cut of your takings. The reason this change is a windup for me is that I was looking for another console BUT being savvy in the ways of ebay I would only do a personal collection. No seller in their right mind would allow that with a paypal payment....
#8
When I bought something I used another company that the seller instructed me to use, however when I added on my listed Google checkout also accepted I had my listing deleted!!!
banned#9
they are usually on thursdays, but its 10p already on media products ( games, dvds etc when its under a certain amount £30 i think)

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