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Ebay has come back on at quidco

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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
just thought i'd mention, ebay is back on quidco with a ' 50% for winning an eBay auction. This amount is based on eBay revenue - not on the price you pay.

good for regular ebayers
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
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#1
thanks :)
#2
Thank you.
#3
Thanks mate good to know!
#4
Awesome find!
#5
can someone please explain this quidco thingy and how it works especially with ebay.
cheers
#6
This amount is based on eBay revenue?? Can anyone explain how this works??
#7
stgeorge
This amount is based on eBay revenue?? Can anyone explain how this works??
you get 50% back of what ebay make from the sale
if the listing and final value fees for an item youve won and paid for gave ebay 50p,you would get 25p back via quidco,or at least thats how I gather it works out?
#8
jaqridge;2734418
can someone please explain this quidco thingy and how it works especially with ebay.
cheers


stgeorge;2734545
This amount is based on eBay revenue?? Can anyone explain how this works??


A seller on ebay pays two fee's the first being a listing fee so for example a buy it now of £50 will incur a £1 listing fee and when sold a further final value fee of £3.15, total seller fees (ebay revenue) = £4.15 of which you will get 50% via quidco so £2.07 which isnt too bad as this is more or less an overall percentage of 4% on a £50 spend.
#9
Might be worth setting up a Quidco account for my work Ebay account then.

50% back from a £1500 sale isn't to be sniffed at.

Edit : Actually, i've just read this again, who gets the 50% back? the buyer or the seller? its not wholly clear :/
#10
teambintip;2734840
Might be worth setting up a Quidco account for my work Ebay account then.

50% back from a £1500 sale isn't to be sniffed at.

Edit : Actually, i've just read this again, who gets the 50% back? the buyer or the seller? its not wholly clear :/

Is the account used for buying or selling? Its only as a buyer you get the quidco.
#11
Selling mainly.

So on a £1000 sale for example, the Ebay fees might be around £50, the buyer would recieve this as a cashback?
#12
teambintip
Selling mainly.

So on a £1000 sale for example, the Ebay fees might be around £50, the buyer would recieve this as a cashback?


no 50% that, so £25 i think
#13
thanks for pointing that out! worth a rep!
#14
Cheers !
#15
It's been on wepromiseto all the time.
Still a good tip though. Thanks
#16
Great tip (for buyers)

Thanks
#17
couldn't two people keep selling expensive goods to each other and keep getting quidco?
#18
deadduck_145;2737208
couldn't two people keep selling expensive goods to each other and keep getting quidco?

No because for every £10 the buyer gets in quidco the seller is paying £20, not to mention the paypal fee's:thumbsup:
#19
harlzter
No because for every £10 the buyer gets in quidco the seller is paying £20, not to mention the paypal fee's:thumbsup:


good point

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