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eBay fees help!

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Ok so buy it now fees are seriously confusing me. I get the part that I will have to pay 20p to list it, but then I can't figure out how much they take once it's sold. What I am selling are tickets, a… Read More
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6y, 6m agoPosted 6 years, 6 months ago
Ok so buy it now fees are seriously confusing me. I get the part that I will have to pay 20p to list it, but then I can't figure out how much they take once it's sold. What I am selling are tickets, and say they sell at £80 buy it now...how much exactly will eBay/PayPal take? Sorry for the noob question
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6y, 6m agoPosted 6 years, 6 months ago
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banned#1
it usually tells you how much you will pay before listing it, remember also paypal fees as these dont show up when listing, i dont think anyway

Edited By: sassie on Oct 17, 2010 17:08: ,,
#2
I work on the principle 10% eBay fees and 5% paypal fees but if you google 'ebay fee calculator' there are calculators which when you put the info in will tell you what you should expect to pay.
banned#3
Listing Fee: £0.20
Final Value Fee: £6.72
PayPal Fees: £2.92
Total Amount Due: £70.16
rough estimates.

Might make a few quid more if say you charge £5 postage and I actually costs £3.etc

Edited By: vlj on Oct 17, 2010 17:12: xbox360 sucks
#4
I think ebay take 10% and paypal around 4 %... i've not sold anything for about a year though so could be wrong :p
#5
Simple way is to expect to fork out 20% of the total (although it works out slightly under) and that way you can easily calculate your return/profit. If you overcharge for P&P your reputation gets marked down.
#6
when your listing the 2nd page tells you at the bottom (the page which asks if u want to make changes/edit etc)
#7
I use this online calculator for a break down on fees and profit, quite handy. http://ecal.altervista.org/en/fee_calculator/ebay.co.uk/
#8
Thanks all

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