£1 eBay Final Value Fees (FVF) on up to 100 items. 28-29th October. Selected Accounts.
2841°Expired

£1 eBay Final Value Fees (FVF) on up to 100 items. 28-29th October. Selected Accounts.

129
Refreshed 29th Oct 2018 (Posted 25th Oct 2018)Edited by:"RedTurkey"
£1 maximum 'Final Value Fee' for items listed on Sunday & Monday this weekend.

Once you've accepted the deal, remember to check 'Promotional Offers' under 'All Selling' on Sunday to verify that this is active before you start listing. Note that the offer will not appear in your Promotional Offers until it's active, which is on Sunday.

Guidelines
  • Only single item listings (not multiple quantity listings) will qualify.
  • Remember to uncheck the box at the end for automatic relist, since that relist will not qualify for the offer.
  • It can be used for Buy it Now or Auction style listings, as long as they start in the window of the offer period.
  • You can schedule listings to start on Sunday or Monday, these will be eligible for the offer, but check your allowance for scheduling listings, there's usually a charge for scheduling more than 20 in a month.
  • It's worth setting up the auctions in 'drafts' between now and the start day.

Many of you will get the Expired message.
This doesn't mean that the deal has expired, this just means the offer is either
(a) not active on your account yet, or
(b) you're not eligible for this offer.
I recommend that you keep trying between now and Sunday. This offer seems to become active for different accounts at different times.
Community Updates
Now also live in the "eBay Summary" section of your eBay account for those with no email or ebay app link!

11751-rxDD0.jpg

Groups

Top comments
Every week now from this greedy pig of a company. I’m glad they’ve started to feel the squeeze from Amazon. If they’d treated their sellers fairly and didn’t let so many innocent people get done over by scummy scammers then they wouldn’t be so desperate now.
Tacavas25/10/2018 16:50

"You're not eligible for this promotional offer because your seller …"You're not eligible for this promotional offer because your seller standing is Below Standard"These bastards


Ermmmm, who's to blame?
lucas25/10/2018 16:40

Every week now from this greedy pig of a company. I’m glad they’ve started …Every week now from this greedy pig of a company. I’m glad they’ve started to feel the squeeze from Amazon. If they’d treated their sellers fairly and didn’t let so many innocent people get done over by scummy scammers then they wouldn’t be so desperate now.


You seem to be ranting the same stufff on every ebay deal. There are scammers no doubt but where else can you sell second hand goods to such a vast audience?
The best way to check that your items have qualified for this offer is to do the following:

Once the offer has started (i.e. on Sunday), click on 'Selling' to see the page with your promotional offers:

35782365-aWiTs.jpg
Then click on the number under 'Used' (so in the example above, click on 82 circled in red).

Doing the above will list all the item numbers that have qualified for this FVF offer. You can then copy and paste an item number into an eBay search to see what that item is, or you can hit CONTROL + F to search for a specific item number in that list.

129 Comments
Lovely stuff.
Yep, works for me heat
Every week now from this greedy pig of a company. I’m glad they’ve started to feel the squeeze from Amazon. If they’d treated their sellers fairly and didn’t let so many innocent people get done over by scummy scammers then they wouldn’t be so desperate now.
@RedTurkey you've done it again! Heat added!

This is becoming a regular occurrence now.
Thanks for the heads up
jamie01525th Oct 2018

@RedTurkey you've done it again! Heat added! This is becoming …@RedTurkey you've done it again! Heat added! This is becoming a regular occurrence now.


Cheers @jamie015
Thanks for the heads up... In!
Cheers @RedTurkey perfect timing to list unwanted items...
jamie1525/10/2018 16:40

@RedTurkey you've done it again! Heat added! This is becoming …@RedTurkey you've done it again! Heat added! This is becoming a regular occurrence now.



This one will start less than a week after the last £1 offer ended!
Cheers.
Cheers OP. 🔥🔥
nice one op
Worked for me. Thanks
Says it's expired. I'll try again later on
"You're not eligible for this promotional offer because your seller standing is Below Standard"
These bastards
lucas25/10/2018 16:40

Every week now from this greedy pig of a company. I’m glad they’ve started …Every week now from this greedy pig of a company. I’m glad they’ve started to feel the squeeze from Amazon. If they’d treated their sellers fairly and didn’t let so many innocent people get done over by scummy scammers then they wouldn’t be so desperate now.


You seem to be ranting the same stufff on every ebay deal. There are scammers no doubt but where else can you sell second hand goods to such a vast audience?
Could have done with this when I sold my phone - greedy bas.tids took 10% and also Paypal which is owned by them took another chunk
Best👌👌👌
Tacavas25/10/2018 16:50

"You're not eligible for this promotional offer because your seller …"You're not eligible for this promotional offer because your seller standing is Below Standard"These bastards


Ermmmm, who's to blame?
I think you meant ‘where else on the net can you get scammed by such a vast audience? And pay 15% on all your other sales for the privilege?’
Thanks, couldn't be bothered last weekend when the offer was on so will do it this weekend instead

Although I presume there is a max value limit on it? As last time I sold a TV for 250 but was charged £8 something?
Just.Wondering25/10/2018 16:56

Ermmmm, who's to blame?


I have 100% positive feedback, eBay messed up the system in place
Excellent, thank you for spotting this
Two weekends in a row now, great for the items I didn't get time to list last weekend
just a word of warning

i have had a few occasions when the offer was accepted initially through hukd but when items were sold the fees were still 10% or whatever they charge now

when i contacted their live chat they said that they could see i wasn't one of the selected who recieved the £1 email

they didn't charge the extra fees on that one occasion but following that they refused to
Edited by: "broke_with_expensivetaste" 25th Oct 2018
Tacavas25/10/2018 17:01

I have 100% positive feedback, eBay messed up the system in place


You should call them
The best way to check that your items have qualified for this offer is to do the following:

Once the offer has started (i.e. on Sunday), click on 'Selling' to see the page with your promotional offers:

35782365-aWiTs.jpg
Then click on the number under 'Used' (so in the example above, click on 82 circled in red).

Doing the above will list all the item numbers that have qualified for this FVF offer. You can then copy and paste an item number into an eBay search to see what that item is, or you can hit CONTROL + F to search for a specific item number in that list.

Top find
2 in a row....get in ! Thanks OP
Just.Wondering25/10/2018 17:02

You should call them


I did, but because I was not able to deliver a couple of items (out of stock), my standard was downgraded
This is nothing to do with the deal but has anyone encountered this before?

An item was returned to me via Royal Mail and the weight was over 2kg but the RM label the buyer printed out stated it was up to that weight.

I'm wondering what would have happened if RM would have noticed presumably I'd be charged ?

As I never return anything I've no idea and I'm baffled as to why the printed label stated that,does the buyer have to choose a weight when printing it,how does it work ?
I'm guessing there's going to be a few Xbox consoles going on eBay soon.....
Tacavas25/10/2018 17:05

I did, but because I was not able to deliver a couple of items (out of …I did, but because I was not able to deliver a couple of items (out of stock), my standard was downgraded


In my opinion you are at fault, you should of either not listed the item or closed the listing once you realised your lack of stock on those multiple occasions....
Offer expired. Unable to sign up
Just.Wondering25/10/2018 17:07

In my opinion you are at fault, you should of either not listed the item …In my opinion you are at fault, you should of either not listed the item or closed the listing once you realised your lack of stock on those multiple occasions....


I am on 2% defect rate which means 2 in 100 sales, are you joking? Their standard system is messed up
Tacavas1 m ago

I am on 2% defect rate which means 2 in 100 sales, are you joking? Their …I am on 2% defect rate which means 2 in 100 sales, are you joking? Their standard system is messed up


Well not according to ebays system and rules.
worked for me. I think we should be allowed to tell what we are about to sell
Tacavas3 m ago

I am on 2% defect rate which means 2 in 100 sales, are you joking? Their …I am on 2% defect rate which means 2 in 100 sales, are you joking? Their standard system is messed up


Just open another account in the meantime, in time the other accounts metric averages will return to above standard
JohnnyRoller25/10/2018 17:06

I'm guessing there's going to be a few Xbox consoles going on eBay …I'm guessing there's going to be a few Xbox consoles going on eBay soon.....


and roku 4k
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text