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£1 eBay Max Selling Fees on up to 100 listings @ eBay
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£1 eBay Max Selling Fees on up to 100 listings @ eBay

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Posted 4th Oct

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Offer is back - £1 max eBay selling fees for 4th to 7th October, opt in via the deal link. Once you've accepted the offer, remember to check 'Promotional Offers' under 'All Selling' to verify that this is active before you start listing.

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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.

What’s it all about?

  • Create up to 100 listings on eBay.co.uk (http://eBay.co.uk) in an eligible category
  • Listings must start during the promotional period
  • Listings can be auction-style or fixed price format
  • Pay a maximum of £1 per listing in final value fees if the item sells.
  • The promotion start and end dates are included in the email we send to invited sellers.
  • Item must sell within the first listing period.

Sounds good, where do I find the promotion and how do I sign up?


You can take part in the promotion on eBay.co.uk (http://eBay.co.uk). In the first instance, we’ll send you an email with an RSVP link to the offer. You must opt in to the promotion by clicking on this link beforeany of your 100 listings start.

Anything else I need to know?

You won’t pay an insertion fee for each of the 100 listings. Listing upgrade fees will still apply and will be charged according to the eBay fees policy. The number of listings eligible under this promotion may be less where seller restrictions apply. Click here (http://pages.ebay.co.uk/help/sell/sellinglimits.html) to learn more about selling allowances.

Who can take part?

  • This promotion is open to all registered private sellers who have been invited to take part and have actively opted in. Participation is linked to the seller’s account and is not transferable.
  • Only sellers whose accounts meet eBay minimum seller performance standards are eligible. Please sign in to My eBay and view your seller standards dashboard to verify whether your account is currently meeting the standards. The seller standards dashboard is available to all sellers here (https://sellerstandards.ebay.co.uk/dashboard).
  • If you registered after 15 March 2011 or haven’t listed any items for a while, you may have a listing allowance of 10 items per month or of £650 per month, whichever is reached first. You may be able to increase this allowance by providing additional verification.
  • An eligible item previously scheduled to go live during the promotional period will
    qualify for the promotion only if you have opted in to the promotion before the listing starts.
  • If an item that is eligible for the promotion had previously closed without a successful sale and is re-listed during the promotion period, it will form a part of the 100 listings limit of the promotion. You will not receive a refund of your original insertion fee if the item sells.
  • Listings do not have to successfully sell during the promotional period to be eligible.
  • If an item qualifies for the promotion and when the item sells, the invoice will indicate the fee including the discount. Please note: if the item does not sell the first time and if you relist it after the promotional period or if it is automatically relisted during the promotional period, standard final value fees will be charged
    according to the eBay fees policy when the relisted item sells.
  • Items that are automatically relisted through the Automatic relist function or the Good ‘Till Cancelled function will be charged.
  • Only single quantity listings are eligible.
  • For items listed in 2 or more categories, only the insertion fee for the first category is included. Standard insertion fees will be charged for listing the same item for each additional category, according to the eBay fees policy.
  • Free listings in this promotion do not count towards your monthly 1000 free listings.
  • Your first listing period may vary and is dependent on the listing format you choose (e.g. – auction-style vs buy-it-now), the duration of the listing you choose and the listing experience you use. The first listing period will be considered to have been ended when the listing you create first renews or relists.


Restrictions & exclusions

The following are excluded from the promotion:



Additional terms
  • Any attempt to manipulate this promotion, or past promotions will lead to automatic exclusion from participation.
  • eBay reserves the right to suspend, change or cancel the promotion at any time, in the event of circumstances arising which, in eBay's opinion, make it necessary for it to do so. eBay reserves the right to add additional terms and conditions for certain parts of this promotion.
  • eBay also reserves the right to exclude users on the basis that their seller accounts have fallen below the minimum required seller performance standards. Sellers should confirm eligibility by checking their account status on My eBay.
  • The decision of eBay regarding any aspect of this promotion is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
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Thank you!! I could kiss ya!! I've been watching for days for one of these before listing a stupid expensive phone ... !!!
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Thank you!! I could kiss ya!! I've been watching for days for one of these before listing a stupid expensive phone ... !!!
Thanks. 🔥 The offer is already active for me.
I'm in!
happyshopper204/10/2019 00:04

Thanks. 🔥 The offer is already active for me.



Yeh - me too. I didn't get any notification at all and didn't click on anything, but this is already active in my account. People don't need to do anything by the look of it.
Master_Yoda04/10/2019 00:10

Yeh - me too. I didn't get any notification at all and didn't click on …Yeh - me too. I didn't get any notification at all and didn't click on anything, but this is already active in my account. People don't need to do anything by the look of it.


Interesting. Personally, I did click the get deal link. I was just pointing it out because the deal description originally stated that the offer wouldn't go live until tomorrow.
Thanks Chanchi,worked for me.
happyshopper204/10/2019 00:12

Interesting. Personally, I did click the get deal link. I was just …Interesting. Personally, I did click the get deal link. I was just pointing it out because the deal description originally stated that the offer wouldn't go live until tomorrow.



Hmmm... that's weird. Maybe some kind of bug then? This is the only time I've not had to click anything to activate.
Thank you Chanchi.
Thanks for posting, just what I was searching/hoping for.
I was wondering if we were getting one!
seems like for specific accounts ono as I didn't get on my any of two accounts
Do PayPal take a cut as well after eBay take their £1?
Darkraiser04/10/2019 02:56

Do PayPal take a cut as well after eBay take their £1?


Of course
Darkraiser04/10/2019 02:56

Do PayPal take a cut as well after eBay take their £1?


Yes I mean they are different companies. No matter how you sell on Ebay you will have PayPal fees.
Firemountain04/10/2019 00:02

Thank you!! I could kiss ya!! I've been watching for days for one of these …Thank you!! I could kiss ya!! I've been watching for days for one of these before listing a stupid expensive phone ... !!!


Has he been in touch yet?
Thanks
Like clockwork now, this appears every fortnight without fail
So in the past 12m this is basically now a fortnightly weekend deal.. from the previously 4weekly with occasionally fortnightly.. no idea why these deals get so hot
stingersplash04/10/2019 03:41

Yes I mean they are different companies. No matter how you sell on Ebay …Yes I mean they are different companies. No matter how you sell on Ebay you will have PayPal fees.


Not cash on collection
These are more regular than my bowel movement. Hot.
Darkraiser04/10/2019 02:56

Do PayPal take a cut as well after eBay take their £1?


If you transfer funds via bank transfer you pay nothing but the £1 eBay selling fee.. 🙃
Edited by: "CymraegAce" 4th Oct
Anyone else got this email?

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Doesn't state what level of sales need to pay VAT though.
I got charged £24 for selling 17 items last time this was on I received my invoice yesterday seems strange as some items only sold for £10-£12
brenglo04/10/2019 06:55

I got charged £24 for selling 17 items last time this was on I received my …I got charged £24 for selling 17 items last time this was on I received my invoice yesterday seems strange as some items only sold for £10-£12


You need to double check that the listing has "clicked" off one of your 100 free listings on your account page. There is a countdown clicker which shows you and sometimes they get missed. A phone call and pleading ignorance on the phone may help - it did with me. Also check your items have sold within the 30 day limit as after this point you are charged full fees on Buy it now items.
CymraegAce04/10/2019 06:35

If you transfer funds via bank transfer you pay nothing but the £1 eBay …If you transfer funds via bank transfer you pay nothing but the £1 eBay selling fee.. 🙃


While leaving yourself wide open to being ripped off...
flash2k04/10/2019 01:56

seems like for specific accounts ono as I didn't get on my any of two …seems like for specific accounts ono as I didn't get on my any of two accounts


To use this offer, you need to meet the minimum performance standards for sellers

Sounds like your a dodgy seller
bd1981bd04/10/2019 07:27

While leaving yourself wide open to being ripped off...


You mis-understand me.. I’m talking about withdrawing your funds from PayPal via Bank Transfer to your own account.! That costs nothing...
Love the £1 selling fee
Cash on collection seriously limits an auction and makes it harder to sell to sell on buy it now, if you are selling items easily using it then odds are you are undervaluing the items. And there's still a chance you could be ripped off / mugged etc

Shak5: that applies to the US only and is handled by eBay/PayPal, if a buyer has to pay tax it will be invisible to the seller , lot of internet sales in USA used a loophole to not pay sales tax and it's been closed now.

eBay's fault they've ended up in the cycle of promotions as they discouraged auctions and encouraged flooding the marketplace with cheap rubbish from China and large scale resellers, whilst making policies which disadvantaged private sellers and small businesses. When eBay has to launch their own payment service next year it's probably going to be the beginning of the collapse as they aren't going to be allowed a monopoly on payment services like they have now with paypal
Does this apply if you start a listing now or when it ends?
robmclarenfan04/10/2019 07:51

Does this apply if you start a listing now or when it ends?


If you start a listing after activating the offer it will apply. Item must sell in first 30 days.
These things always have restrictions, e.g. you can't sell a car or motorbike etc, where do I find this information please?
Are you able to pick your own auction end date for no extra fee? Or limited to 7/10 day duration?
CymraegAce04/10/2019 07:36

You mis-understand me.. I’m talking about withdrawing your funds from P …You mis-understand me.. I’m talking about withdrawing your funds from PayPal via Bank Transfer to your own account.! That costs nothing...


But the paypal fees for each transaction are taken BEFORE the funds hits your paypal account.
Enchante04/10/2019 07:44

Cash on collection seriously limits an auction and makes it harder to sell …Cash on collection seriously limits an auction and makes it harder to sell to sell on buy it now, if you are selling items easily using it then odds are you are undervaluing the items. And there's still a chance you could be ripped off / mugged etcShak5: that applies to the US only and is handled by eBay/PayPal, if a buyer has to pay tax it will be invisible to the seller , lot of internet sales in USA used a loophole to not pay sales tax and it's been closed now. eBay's fault they've ended up in the cycle of promotions as they discouraged auctions and encouraged flooding the marketplace with cheap rubbish from China and large scale resellers, whilst making policies which disadvantaged private sellers and small businesses. When eBay has to launch their own payment service next year it's probably going to be the beginning of the collapse as they aren't going to be allowed a monopoly on payment services like they have now with paypal


I have been hearing "the beginning of the end" for over 10 years. And ebay don't own paypal any more, this is posted on every single one of these threads when people mention it.

Why would they not be allowed a "monopoly on payment services"? Who will stop them?
Thanks @Chanchi32 - as usual, no email from eBay regarding this offer!
Firemountain04/10/2019 00:02

Thank you!! I could kiss ya!! I've been watching for days for one of these …Thank you!! I could kiss ya!! I've been watching for days for one of these before listing a stupid expensive phone ... !!!


You should have bought a smart phone , much easier to sell

I've been waiting for this £1 listing offer too. Thanks OP.
£900 worth phones to sell.thanks op
any eBay discount codes? like the 10% on everthing about?
Thanks
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