eBay - Sell for Maximum of £3  [5th November to 8th November]
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eBay - Sell for Maximum of £3 [5th November to 8th November]

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Found 4th Nov
Maximum £3 Selling Fees in total.

You need to accept offer by Sign in using the link. Very good offer in time for Christmas. Not sure if eBay will have £1 fee offer again during Christmas so very good offer on high value items upto 100 listing.

Valid for 4 days from 05 November 2017 until 08 November 2017. Make up to 100 listings and pay no more than £3 for each one that sells. Maximum £3 fee per sold listing. Applies to Final Value Fees on up to 100 listings. No insertion fees apply. Item must sell within 30 days of listing. Private sellers only.

Offer Link & T&C - pages.ebay.co.uk/pro…777

If you recive an offer of £1 fvf in a week or 2 then accept it, end your listings then relist.
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Once again, not invited...

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thanks - it worked

be careful - T&Cs state begins for items listed TOMORROW until 8th
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Thanks, not as god as the £1 offer but its better than normal rates.

dammit i could have been doing with this! just sold a mobile and over 30 quid in fees

Basically £3 FVF for 30 days

Awesome, just cancelled listings will relist tomorrow

Provided the listing commences with the specified date, that is enough isn't it?

You can list for 30 days and even if it ends after the offer expiry you still pay the £3?

Moved into deals for you - nice find, know people have been waiting for an eBay offer

Good deal for many, but most of the items/junk I'm selling are under the £30 price mark so no good to me.. Will hold out for the possible £1 FVF.

Chanchi325 m ago

Moved into deals for you - nice find, know people have been waiting for an …Moved into deals for you - nice find, know people have been waiting for an eBay offer


Thanks for the good work

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thanks - it worked

be careful - T&Cs state begins for items listed TOMORROW until 8th

Firemountain47 m ago

dammit i could have been doing with this! just sold a mobile and over 30 …dammit i could have been doing with this! just sold a mobile and over 30 quid in fees



Always hold off selling high value items until these FVF promos come around.

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not that it appears in my promotional offers section yet...

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You've already accepted the offer "Sell for £3 max!"


Ebay left hand doesn't know what right hand is doing

Thanks op

The_Hoff17 m ago

Provided the listing commences with the specified date, that is enough …Provided the listing commences with the specified date, that is enough isn't it?You can list for 30 days and even if it ends after the offer expiry you still pay the £3?


Yes just list all your items within the 4 day time frame given and you'll get the £3 fee if they sell within the 30 day listing period.

If you don't have time to fill in all the details of your listings in these 4 days just make up a batch of quick listings with basic information ( just changing the title slightly on each one).. And then go in and revise them with the proper information anytime during the 30 day listing period.

One caution though - if you end your listing early (to relist with lower fvf), ebay may charge you the final value fee of the listing anyway, even though you may relist. Basically it’s their new way of ensuring hey get their fees, e.g in the instance where you may end early because you’ve arranged a sale privately.

Do you think that I'll be able to schedule a listing to start the week after, and still get final fee offer? I'm away the week after next so if I start the auction this week, I won't be able to post it out for while.

Once again, not invited...

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anthonyf2183 m ago

One caution though - if you end your listing early (to relist with lower …One caution though - if you end your listing early (to relist with lower fvf), ebay may charge you the final value fee of the listing anyway, even though you may relist. Basically it’s their new way of ensuring hey get their fees, e.g in the instance where you may end early because you’ve arranged a sale privately.



where have you seen this?

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ITRUK2 m ago

Do you think that I'll be able to schedule a listing to start the week …Do you think that I'll be able to schedule a listing to start the week after, and still get final fee offer? I'm away the week after next so if I start the auction this week, I won't be able to post it out for while.



no

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ITRUK3 m ago

Do you think that I'll be able to schedule a listing to start the week …Do you think that I'll be able to schedule a listing to start the week after, and still get final fee offer? I'm away the week after next so if I start the auction this week, I won't be able to post it out for while.



just list it with a silly high price then change it when you get back

luvsadealdealdeal5 m ago

where have you seen this?


Yes I haven't heard of this. I've cancelled many times and never been charged.. Then again most of mine would be buy now items. They may be less tolerant if you ended a number of item with bids on them. Be handy is someone could confirm this.

Vistrix7 m ago

Once again, not invited...


Nor me

anthonyf21811 m ago

One caution though - if you end your listing early (to relist with lower …One caution though - if you end your listing early (to relist with lower fvf), ebay may charge you the final value fee of the listing anyway, even though you may relist. Basically it’s their new way of ensuring hey get their fees, e.g in the instance where you may end early because you’ve arranged a sale privately.


Are you confusing that with auction listings as they can charge you for ending auctions early but I've not heard anything about it happening with BIN's ?

Got the message too.
Just in time for my £1 listings to finish in a few days

I wish business accounts could use these lol.

ITRUK11 m ago

Do you think that I'll be able to schedule a listing to start the week …Do you think that I'll be able to schedule a listing to start the week after, and still get final fee offer? I'm away the week after next so if I start the auction this week, I won't be able to post it out for while.


no you cant. listings must start by 8th.

Been waiting for this, cheers op.

when is for items made or items sold in that period

anthonyf21816 m ago

One caution though - if you end your listing early (to relist with lower …One caution though - if you end your listing early (to relist with lower fvf), ebay may charge you the final value fee of the listing anyway, even though you may relist. Basically it’s their new way of ensuring hey get their fees, e.g in the instance where you may end early because you’ve arranged a sale privately.


No they won't. Always end my listings when these deals come around and then relist them using 'sell similar' . You DO NOT get charged a FVF for ending a listing early.

Noice. Just in time to list my PS4.

Unfortunately, this promotional offer is by invitation only 'barstewards' i needed this offer!

I only rarely get these offers and they always come at the wrong time 😋

Ah, damn - sold two phones for a collective £50 in fees just last week.

Good job I hadn't listed them all - Should save me nearly £70 selling a note 8. Bonus.
Edited by: "DocRobotnik" 4th Nov

phoebegrace9 m ago

Unfortunately, this promotional offer is by invitation only 'barstewards' …Unfortunately, this promotional offer is by invitation only 'barstewards' i needed this offer!



Really? I didn't receive an invite, but said I've accepted the offer when I clicked the link. Refreshed and did it again from the promo page and it said I'd already accepted, so guess it worked anyway?

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phoebegrace10 m ago

Unfortunately, this promotional offer is by invitation only 'barstewards' …Unfortunately, this promotional offer is by invitation only 'barstewards' i needed this offer!



I reckon I will open an Ebay a/c for my wife, cba to do so until now (we share) - purely to double our chances of getting offers

The_Hoff1 h, 22 m ago

Provided the listing commences with the specified date, that is enough …Provided the listing commences with the specified date, that is enough isn't it?You can list for 30 days and even if it ends after the offer expiry you still pay the £3?


Yep, listed the new Collectors edition Millenium Falcon during the £1 max fees and it sold about a week after the end of the offer.Still only paid £1 fees.

Doods187550 m ago

No they won't. Always end my listings when these deals come around and …No they won't. Always end my listings when these deals come around and then relist them using 'sell similar' . You DO NOT get charged a FVF for ending a listing early.


It can happen if it is a auction rather than a buy it now, If within the last 24 hours and it has bids... Or something very similar

just accepted

Firemountain2 h, 25 m ago

dammit i could have been doing with this! just sold a mobile and over 30 …dammit i could have been doing with this! just sold a mobile and over 30 quid in fees


You should know better by now to always wait for deals like this. They occur quite often so there's no reason to list things during other times.

Just got the 'Unfortunately, this promotional offer is by invitation only.' notice too.
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