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eBay only pay 2% selling fees for 4 days (invite only)
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eBay only pay 2% selling fees for 4 days (invite only)

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1939° Expired
eBay only pay 2% selling fees for 4 days (invite only)
Posted 3rd Jul

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

Can’t see this posted anywhere else hope it helps.

Only pay a 2% selling fee. Simply opt-in to this promo to make more money when you sell.

Maximum fee per sold listing. Applies to final value fees on up to 100 listings. Item must sell within the first listing period. No insertion fees apply. Private sellers only. T&Cs apply.

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vixmony03/07/2020 07:15

The £1 offer is a much better deal though!


Better than the £1 one if you sell items under £50
Great for anything up to £50 including postage to save on the max £1 fee dummies I’ve set up
eFreezy03/07/2020 08:19

Just wait for 'No selling fees' - happens like every 10 days!


There is never "no selling fees" they are a business not a charity.
EDEN18803/07/2020 06:48

Good spot op. Just tried, but by initiation only.Have some heat




Crikey, sounds like eBay is turning into the Masons.
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sorry sweet been posted 5hours and 40 mins ago
hells27503/07/2020 06:33

sorry sweet been posted 5hours and 40 mins ago


This thread was posted first at 00:37hrs but it was queued for review. The deal time stamp is when it left queue not when it was submitted
Good spot op. Just tried, but by initiation only.

Have some heat
Woke up to this email as well.
Unfortunately invite only. Not on mine

Good for those who got it. Thanks OP
For the first time ever I been here invited. Feels great! However I got nothing to sell.
£1 selling fees from the other day did not work for me

This one works for me!

Thanks OP
So what's the deal with this, how come I don't have the £1 fvf and got this instead???
Great for anything up to £50 including postage to save on the max £1 fee dummies I’ve set up
Yeah I got the email and it's on the app, £1 sellers fees will not work for me, so this will have to do
EDEN18803/07/2020 06:48

Good spot op. Just tried, but by initiation only.Have some heat




Crikey, sounds like eBay is turning into the Masons.
Got the invite
The £1 offer is a much better deal though!
I had £1 offer on one account and 2% in my other. The account with the 2% only sells cheaper items which is more beneficial to me. Would it be too much to expect that eBay tailored the offer to suit the account?
If i dont accept now, will i be likely to get the next promotional offer?
vixmony03/07/2020 07:15

The £1 offer is a much better deal though!


Better than the £1 one if you sell items under £50
Sorry, not hot for me. If it is by invitation only (and I have the email inviting me) then it isn't hot that someone else tells me that I have an email.
coldpop03/07/2020 07:22

Better than the £1 one if you sell items under £50


Aaa yes,ideed.
ShortFatJock03/07/2020 07:23

Sorry, not hot for me. If it is by invitation only (and I have the email …Sorry, not hot for me. If it is by invitation only (and I have the email inviting me) then it isn't hot that someone else tells me that I have an email.


It's also useless for those that didn't get the email as you can't activate it. Overall, useless...
Argh, the £1 fvf isn't working for me and dont want 2% cos have £100+ items to sell 😬
Haven't clicked activate on this deal as hoping it'll accept the £1 offer later if I keep trying lol
sinu0us03/07/2020 07:31

It's also useless for those that didn't get the email as you can't …It's also useless for those that didn't get the email as you can't activate it. Overall, useless...


It will come into your eBay message box as well as email if you're eligible.
greenflower12303/07/2020 07:22

If i dont accept now, will i be likely to get the next promotional offer?


Maybe. The £1FVF had been every 3 weeks for me since they returneed. Longer listing periods too.
2% is good enuf for me but what happened to the £1 stuff ?

Don't like this "invite only " crud, probably because i dont get to participate usually ;-)
sour grapes....

On the plus side, pubs open tomorrow....
Just wait for '£1 selling fees' - happens like every 10 days!
Edited by: "eFreezy" 3rd Jul
Ebay people crying they dont get invite... the full reason you get the invite is to entice you to sell on ebay... if youre always selling on ebay why tf would they invite you????
Neither this or the £1 fvf works for me, I'm waiting to relist a couple of items that a previous bidder didn't pay for
eFreezy03/07/2020 08:19

Just wait for 'No selling fees' - happens like every 10 days!


There is never "no selling fees" they are a business not a charity.
bd1981bd03/07/2020 08:29

There is never "no selling fees" they are a business not a charity.


Its £1 selling fees. I did edit

Wow how quick people are to jump at you
eFreezy03/07/2020 08:19

Just wait for '£1 selling fees' - happens like every 10 days!


Happened at midnight for me
debs28103/07/2020 08:29

Neither this or the £1 fvf works for me, I'm waiting to relist a couple of …Neither this or the £1 fvf works for me, I'm waiting to relist a couple of items that a previous bidder didn't pay for


Same problem with my Timeshare too.
Edited by: "LanzaJet" 3rd Jul
£1 selling fee has spoiled me as 2% is too much...and their standard 10% just feels like daylight robbery.
vixmony03/07/2020 07:15

The £1 offer is a much better deal though!


Only if you sell an item at a value of £50 or more. This is better for all items sold at a value under £50. Just do the maths. This is much better for low value items.

50/100=0.5 0.5x2= £1

So everything sold at a value below £50 has lower final value fees than £1.

For example. If I sell a video game for £6 I pay only 12 pence final value fees. 12 pence is obviously less than £1 vinal value fee.
r496303/07/2020 08:51

Only if you sell an item at a value of £50 or more. This is better for all …Only if you sell an item at a value of £50 or more. This is better for all items sold at a value under £50. Just do the maths. This is much better for low value items. 50/100=0.5 0.5x2= £1So everything sold at a value below £50 has lower final value fees than £1.For example. If I sell a video game for £6 I pay only 12 pence final value fees. 12 pence is obviously less than £1 vinal value fee.


My head hurt as I tried this maths at 7am as I woke up and got the email lol. Really threw me, as was expecting to do the £1. Though I generally sell under £50, so happy.
LanzaJet03/07/2020 08:41

Timeshares don't sell very well in eBay.


Contact customer service - they will honour the £1 MVF on relisted item if the buyer cancels - I always do this...but check with eBay first...
Not for me but £1 so that's good anyway, got some stuff to clear..
This one doesn't work for me nor the £1 fee deal, eBay slowly becoming a joke...
Worked for me, just as something I'd listed on the previous £1 fvf sold for £12! I'll be removing the rest and relisting with this!
debs28103/07/2020 08:29

Neither this or the £1 fvf works for me, I'm waiting to relist a couple of …Neither this or the £1 fvf works for me, I'm waiting to relist a couple of items that a previous bidder didn't pay for


same situation. why does this happen so often.. annoying!
James_Lewis03/07/2020 09:14

same situation. why does this happen so often.. annoying!



Same. First time it's every happened, too. I usually am always eligible for these offers. Sucks!
eFreezy03/07/2020 08:32

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well you were quick to talk bs :/
that is how bs info on social networks spread, ppl don't think first.
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