£1 selling fee on ebay ( 2days only )
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£1 selling fee on ebay ( 2days only )

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Found 4th Mar
Enjoy £1 Selling Fees*
Pay just a £1 insertion fee when you make
a listing, and then nothing when it sells.
Be quick, you only have 2 days!
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You're being voted cold because it was posted already a couple of days ago or so, well in advance.

I think it's stupid to vote cold for this reason but that's HUKD members for you.
Edited by: "hearts22" 4th Mar
hearts222 m ago

You're being voted cold because it was posted already a couple of days ago …You're being voted cold because it was posted already a couple of days ago or so, well in advance. I think it's stupid to vote cold for this reason but that's HUKD members for you.


Particularly stupid as this is a NEW offer. Heat added
so you get charged if it doesnt sell.so good for auctoins
I don't think the link is working correctly
Votes hot, the one from the other day didn't work for me but this does, thanks OP
As said by others, this is a different deal than the previous posting, and works for me where the last one didn’t.

Shame on you, the cold voting ‘herd’.

Thanks OP, heat.
Great offer...heat added! Thank you for posting this...I didn't see it last time it was posted and I would have missed out!
This is a different offer to the FVF one but the link doesn't work. Just goes to the eBay home page.
Be careful, this one is different

pages.ebay.co.uk/pro…49/


Enjoy £1 Selling Fees*

  • Pay £1 Insertion Fee per listing
  • Pay no final value fees if the item sells.


All well and good if your item sells but no mention in the terms and conditions of a refund if the item does not sell....I do stand to be corrected but I cant see it

......also £1 fee if item sells for less than £10
Edited by: "treddlie" 4th Mar
treddlie45 m ago

Be careful, this one is differenthttp://pages.ebay.co.uk/promos/5949/Enjoy …Be careful, this one is differenthttp://pages.ebay.co.uk/promos/5949/Enjoy £1 Selling Fees*Pay £1 Insertion Fee per listingPay no final value fees if the item sells.All well and good if your item sells but no mention in the terms and conditions of a refund if the item does not sell....I do stand to be corrected but I cant see it......also £1 fee if item sells for less than £10


I got caught out by this and yes its £1 listing fee BUT not for all accounts one of my accounts has the old promotion one has the new. The old promotion was free listing and £1 if it sold.
afckev1 h, 10 m ago

Votes hot, the one from the other day didn't work for me but this does, …Votes hot, the one from the other day didn't work for me but this does, thanks OP


Same here... but I’m interested to know what happens if the item doesn’t sell- any one have any experience of this?
Yes, do be careful with this one. It's slightly different in that it's not a £1 FVF offer, but a £1 listing fee with nothing else to pay. No difference at all if your item is worth over £10 and sells, but the £1 listing fee will be higher than normal if your item is under £10 and if your item doesn't sell, you will still have paid the £1 insertion fee and you don't get a refund.

I accepted the offer before noticing the difference (I was listing something and noticed I was being charged £1 to list)
Hot..
russcopcoltrane1 h, 42 m ago

Particularly stupid as this is a NEW offer. Heat added


I voted hot at least even if I thought it was the same
Thanks to Hatot for posting this, I was going to use it to list a load of items that didn't sell in the last promotion, many were listed for under £10, until I realised it's a different offer. Ebay, shame on you for trying to catch your loyal customers out with suspiciously similar offers! The post might be cold but it's saved me £100 in listing fees so hot from me!
SUPER HOT, THANK YOU SO MUCH, THE OTHER ONE SAID EXPIRED BUT THIS WORKS. I was so excited I had to write in Caps. This needs to get hot so the people who missed out realise its a different deal, maybe someone can write something in the title. Anyways, thank you again for posting.
HOT deal op, the other offer which is different than this wouldn’t work for me but this one did. The good thing about this deal is you know it’s worked because it charges you upfront, obviously not good if the item doesn’t sell. I’ve requested this be unexpired
Thanks op of it makes any difference you get nowt for a hot deal too
This hopefully will help me in my case, I have had a item listed for £350 for about a week now and keep getting lots watchers but feel it’s a little more than people want to spend. Accepting this offer allows me to lower the asking price by £30 in hope it sells faster and as a result ends with me still making the same amount I was hoping to clear after fees
merlinthehappypig44 m ago

Yes, do be careful with this one. It's slightly different in that it's not …Yes, do be careful with this one. It's slightly different in that it's not a £1 FVF offer, but a £1 listing fee with nothing else to pay. No difference at all if your item is worth over £10 and sells, but the £1 listing fee will be higher than normal if your item is under £10 and if your item doesn't sell, you will still have paid the £1 insertion fee and you don't get a refund.I accepted the offer before noticing the difference (I was listing something and noticed I was being charged £1 to list)


You're right. I was about to end and relist all 32 of my current listings. I already have a couple of weeks left on a previous £1 FVF offer so it could have been an expensive mistake.
Odd they done this offer alongside the other and choosing who gets what i prefer the usual £1 fvf offer which luckily i got on both accounts i just hope they dont replace the current offer with this one as would mean anything under £10 just wouldnt be worth listing until the offer expires.
So sneaky of ebay to do this offer instead of the £1 final fees. Especially on sellers with slow selling higher priced items!
Edited by: "sevstein" 5th Mar
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