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6x Nectar points on spends of £15 or more on eBay Aug 21 noon until Aug 22 noon (Account specific)
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6x Nectar points on spends of £15 or more on eBay Aug 21 noon until Aug 22 noon (Account specific)

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682° Expired
6x Nectar points on spends of £15 or more on eBay Aug 21 noon until Aug 22 noon (Account specific)
Posted 19th Aug 2020

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

Likely account specific. Starts 12 noon on Aug 21, ends 11:59am on Aug 22. Max bonus on spend of £300, so max 1800 points. Activation required.

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Need another max selling fee discount from ebay - come on!!
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Nope for me :-(
Got an email this morning about this...typical don’t need anything at the moment!
cazsilver19/08/2020 10:14

Got an email this morning about this...typical don’t need anything at the m …Got an email this morning about this...typical don’t need anything at the moment!


Only buying stuff you actually need? you Not a HUKD member then
bozo00719/08/2020 10:46

Only buying stuff you actually need? you Not a HUKD member then


Oh don`t worry I`ll find something I "need"
Need another max selling fee discount from ebay - come on!!
phoenix80219/08/2020 12:15

Need another max selling fee discount from ebay - come on!!


If you mean the Max £1FVF, then it didn't take long for that to be mentioned! But I do agree!

Got more items sitting in my "Unsold" than in my "Live" items.

Personally, I don't think we are going to see it ever again, but am totally willing to eat my own hat!

--Edit--
Yum yum!
Edited by: "Lakesman" 20th Aug
Lakesman19/08/2020 14:32

If you mean the Max £1FVF, then it didn't take long for that to be …If you mean the Max £1FVF, then it didn't take long for that to be mentioned! But I do agree! Got more items sitting in my "Unsold" than in my "Live" items. Personally, I don't think we are going to see it ever again, but am totally willing to eat my own hat!


I bet it’ll come around either end of this week or the next. Guaranteed.
ashtiany419/08/2020 14:34

I bet it’ll come around either end of this week or the next. Guaranteed.

Guaranteed? That's either a very bold statement......or some serious wishful thinking?

Wouldn't if have been announced already though if it was gonna be this weekend?
Edited by: "Lakesman" 19th Aug
Lakesman19/08/2020 15:28

Guaranteed? That's either a very bold statement......or some serious …Guaranteed? That's either a very bold statement......or some serious wishful thinking?


I mean it’s pretty much been recurring every couple of weeks, with the exception of the beginning of lockdown where I think eBay wanted to discourage selling so they didn’t post it for a month or so
Except for the fact a lot of people on HUKD haven't seen hide nor hair of the £1FVF promo for well over a month, myself included and I used to get it every time.

Last two promos, I've been offered were 50% FVF, which is OK for items up to £20, that last one which I never even accepted.

Also, sales have droped from at least 1 per day to less than one a week and I guess that could be down to people not buying as much due to looming redundancies or more likely to eBay fiddling with search algorityms again.

I mean I've had quite a few instances over the years where I've not had sales for a few days then boom, two similar items bought shortly after one another, by two people 10 miles apart at the other end of the country.
Edited by: "Lakesman" 19th Aug
we're all waiting for £1 fvf i think lol
Had an offer for 10x bonus points recently. Activated the offer but bonus points were never applied.
In my experience, weather these bonuses are honoured, is very hit and miss.
Lakesman19/08/2020 14:32

If you mean the Max £1FVF, then it didn't take long for that to be …If you mean the Max £1FVF, then it didn't take long for that to be mentioned! But I do agree! Got more items sitting in my "Unsold" than in my "Live" items. Personally, I don't think we are going to see it ever again, but am totally willing to eat my own hat!


I think that might have ended, I got a selling deal offer a week or so ago, worked out they would give me back 10 percent of any sales on up to 200 items, max total claimable amount was £200,..I think changes are coming.
Edited by: "Just.Wondering" 19th Aug
Lakesman19/08/2020 15:54

Except for the fact a lot of people on HUKD haven't seen hide nor hair of …Except for the fact a lot of people on HUKD haven't seen hide nor hair of the £1FVF promo for well over a month, myself included and I used to get it every time.Last two promos, I've been offered were 50% FVF, which is OK for items up to £20, that last one which I never even accepted.Also, sales have droped from at least 1 per day to less than one a week and I guess that could be down to people not buying as much due to looming redundancies or more likely to eBay fiddling with search algorityms again.I mean I've had quite a few instances over the years where I've not had sales for a few days then boom, two similar items bought shortly after one another, by two people 10 miles apart at the other end of the country.


I think that might have ended, I got a selling deal offer a week or so ago, worked out they would give me back 10 percent of any sales on up to 200 items, max total claimable amount was £200,..I think changes are coming.
Edited by: "Just.Wondering" 19th Aug
Just.Wondering19/08/2020 17:16

I think changes are coming.


From a personal perspective, that won't be a bad thing in a way as I spend too much time on eBay researching items, taking photos, listing, editing, updating, re-listing, packing, travelling to the Post Office etc for eBay & Paypal to reap more than they should be legally allowed to (especially PayPal), whilst at the same time not giving the standard eBay seller good exposure due to the uneven playing field that is eBay.

It doesn't pay to sell inexpensive items on eBay anymore because once eBay have scalped you for fees on both item & postage on the combined FULL price and Paypal have also taken their non-returnable cut from the FULL combined price, items selling for as an example £5.00 and costing £3.10 (actual cost) to post are raking in between 27% and 29% of the actual sold item price between them.

So, for instance, from a £5 sale + £3.10 P&P the seller gets just £3.65 (Top Rated Seller) and £3.55 if not.

So after all is said and done, it's costing the seller between £1.35 and £1.45 to sell a £5.00 item.

I personally only use recyled packaging, but many sellers use new packing materials and for those, the cut the seller receives drops even further.

This also doesn't take into account the original cost of the item either.
Edited by: "Lakesman" 19th Aug
Lakesman19/08/2020 18:03

From a personal perspective, that won't be a bad thing in a way as I spend …From a personal perspective, that won't be a bad thing in a way as I spend too much time on eBay researching items, taking photos, listing, editing, updating, re-listing, packing, travelling to the Post Office etc for eBay & Paypal to reap more than they should be legally allowed to (especially PayPal), whilst at the same time not giving the standard eBay seller good exposure due to the uneven playing field that is eBay.It doesn't pay to sell inexpensive items on eBay anymore because once eBay have scalped you for fees on both item & postage on the combined FULL price and Paypal have also taken their non-returnable cut from the FULL combined price, items selling for as an example £5.00 and costing £3.10 (actual cost) to post are raking in between 27% and 29% of the actual sold item price between them.So, for instance, from a £5 sale + £3.10 P&P the seller gets just £3.65 (Top Rated Seller) and £3.55 if not.So after all is said and done, it's costing the seller between £1.35 and £1.45 to sell a £5.00 item.I personally only use recyled packaging, but many sellers use new packing materials and for those, the cut the seller receives drops even further.This also doesn't take into account the original cost of the item either.


My average selling price is around £150 per item, but plenty of higher priced items and lower.
Just.Wondering19/08/2020 18:54

My average selling price is around £150 per item, but plenty of higher …My average selling price is around £150 per item, but plenty of higher priced items and lower.


As a private seller without the £1FVF, that is potentially a hell of lot on fees that eBay & Paypal should not be allowed to reap.

I liken it to the Mafia in the movies where the boss gets a cut of all the goings on in the neighbourhood.

If the £5 example I mentioned earlier wasn't bad enough, when I see sellers with items @ £1.99, £2.99 etc (some with free postage), I wonder how they can be bothered and dare say some end up OOP.
Finally a good offer!
Lakesman19/08/2020 18:03

From a personal perspective, that won't be a bad thing in a way as I spend …From a personal perspective, that won't be a bad thing in a way as I spend too much time on eBay researching items, taking photos, listing, editing, updating, re-listing, packing, travelling to the Post Office etc for eBay & Paypal to reap more than they should be legally allowed to (especially PayPal), whilst at the same time not giving the standard eBay seller good exposure due to the uneven playing field that is eBay.It doesn't pay to sell inexpensive items on eBay anymore because once eBay have scalped you for fees on both item & postage on the combined FULL price and Paypal have also taken their non-returnable cut from the FULL combined price, items selling for as an example £5.00 and costing £3.10 (actual cost) to post are raking in between 27% and 29% of the actual sold item price between them.So, for instance, from a £5 sale + £3.10 P&P the seller gets just £3.65 (Top Rated Seller) and £3.55 if not.So after all is said and done, it's costing the seller between £1.35 and £1.45 to sell a £5.00 item.I personally only use recyled packaging, but many sellers use new packing materials and for those, the cut the seller receives drops even further.This also doesn't take into account the original cost of the item either.


I use the calculator below & use Hermes to post my items for £2.90.

Like you I always try to use recycled packaging.

ebayfeescalculator.com/uk-…or/
Edited by: "Delightful123" 19th Aug
Delightful12319/08/2020 21:18

I use the calculator below & use Hermes to post my items for £2.90.Like …I use the calculator below & use Hermes to post my items for £2.90.Like you I always try to use recycled packaging. https://www.ebayfeescalculator.com/uk-ebay-calculator/


Wow your brave... Hermes is my worst nightmare... IMHO avoid.
I've
Just.Wondering19/08/2020 23:17

Wow your brave... Hermes is my worst nightmare... IMHO avoid.


I've been using them for about 8 months.

I haven't had any issues
ashtiany419/08/2020 14:34

I bet it’ll come around either end of this week or the next. Guaranteed.


Oh I do hope so... just striped my old gaming PC down and I have about £200 of bits to shift

I signed up for this deal earlier.
Lakesman19/08/2020 14:32

If you mean the Max £1FVF, then it didn't take long for that to be …If you mean the Max £1FVF, then it didn't take long for that to be mentioned! But I do agree! Got more items sitting in my "Unsold" than in my "Live" items. Personally, I don't think we are going to see it ever again, but am totally willing to eat my own hat!


Looks like it's time to get munching!!
ashtiany419/08/2020 14:34

I bet it’ll come around either end of this week or the next. Guaranteed.

Hats off to you for 'knowing' and time for me to eat mine!
phoenix80219/08/2020 12:15

Need another max selling fee discount from ebay - come on!!


Tell me about it! I've got two phones to sell!
No offer for me
bozo00719/08/2020 10:46

Only buying stuff you actually need? you Not a HUKD member then


Found something!
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The terms talk about 'eligible items'. Anyone know what that means?
SteelCity21/08/2020 14:32

The terms talk about 'eligible items'. Anyone know what that means?


Not sure but it should tell you how many nectar points you’ll earn before you purchase so you can see if you get the bonus points...
cazsilver21/08/2020 14:43

Not sure but it should tell you how many nectar points you’ll earn before y …Not sure but it should tell you how many nectar points you’ll earn before you purchase so you can see if you get the bonus points...


Oh yeah of course 😁👌
I had this come up on my account earlier, now I can't find the message to activate it. Hate when these vouchers/offers just disappear into thin air!

Update: It's appeared again! Activated
Edited by: "Bakes_" 21st Aug
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