eBay - Zero insertion fees and final value fees at 1p
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eBay - Zero insertion fees and final value fees at 1p

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Found 26th Dec 2015
Just received an email from eBay stating zero insertion fees and final value fee capped at just 1p. This is an invitation only offer and runs from the 26th of December to the 4th of January.

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Just got this too. Happy days, or will the bay get flooded and bring down with it the average prices of consumer goods, averaging things out?

Voted hot any way.
I got free listings till end of Jan.
I didn't get an e-mail (not sure why, perhaps I've got them turned off?) but checking my Promotional Offers on my Selling page, I've got the offer.
WARNING *Invitation only*


carltonbp

I got free listings till end of Jan.



Me too. Just because i sell some things. They just asking for multiple accounts to get offers on one or another account:(
check terms and conditions. robbing tw**s , I had one not long back, only lasted 24 hrs.
carltonbp

I got free listings till end of Jan.




Listings are as cheap as chips anyway but the final fees are where the savings are to be had. Got this mail for my second account that I haven't used for a while so will be checking this out.

*Important terms and conditions for the final value fee promotion:

• Valid 2­6 Dec­ember 20­15 to 0­4 Janu­ary 20­16 only.
• Invited private sellers only who actively opt in to the promotion. The offer is not valid
when forwarded to others.
• Additional listing fees excluded.
• Listings in second category and below standard sellers excluded.
• Selling limits apply. Click here to learn more.
• Single quantity listings, not for items autorelisted during the promo.
Thank you for posting and Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to the poster and all and sundries!

I haven't got it. Last time, I only saw it on the last day, which was too late for me. Wonder how to get it via my email instead of having to log in ebay website every time. Hard making money out of ebay, especially when foreigner sellers are selling the same thing for 99p!
Edited by: "aym280" 26th Dec 2015
and if your a seller then just wait until your buyer claims a problema nd you lose your kit and the money, Ebays rife with fraud now, avoid!
whatyadoinsucka

Think I've been lucky over the years then, a few claims for non receipt, … Think I've been lucky over the years then, a few claims for non receipt, but Royal Mail have always paid out. But I've only sold an occasional old tablet technology wise.. Had a few claims on DVDs saying they don't work, and Ive replied well it worked for me last week when I watched it 8)Ship items to PayPal registered addresses with signed for on £20 plus or with a proof of posting, and avoid do not entertain muppets always seems to work for me



Then have to pay return postage for an empty box
whatyadoinsucka

Think I've been lucky over the years then, a few claims for non receipt, … Think I've been lucky over the years then, a few claims for non receipt, but Royal Mail have always paid out. But I've only sold an occasional old tablet technology wise.. Had a few claims on DVDs saying they don't work, and Ive replied well it worked for me last week when I watched it 8)Ship items to PayPal registered addresses with signed for on £20 plus or with a proof of posting, and avoid do not entertain muppets always seems to work for me



So the proof of posting does work. How much does it pay up to please? I have been getting lazy and didn't go to the post office or print the blessed thing at home. The cartridge inks cost more than whisky .. I have so worried about people not receiving the items.
aym280

So the proof of posting does work. How much does it pay up to please? I … So the proof of posting does work. How much does it pay up to please? I have been getting lazy and didn't go to the post office or print the blessed thing at home. The cartridge inks cost more than whisky .. I have so worried about people not receiving the items.


Yeah proof of posting up to £20 I sold off some blurays, DVDs and CDs recently so ideal to get a proof of posting , or get £50 covered on second signed costing £3.90 on a shoe box sized parcel up to 2kg
Can't understand how this isn't hot - go to your messages, see if you've been sent something, if you have then great. I've got three ebay accounts - one got the 1p offer, two got the free listings offer. I wouldn't have known about it unless I'd have taken the advice from here. No email. Thanks OP.
aym280

So the proof of posting does work. How much does it pay up to please? I … So the proof of posting does work. How much does it pay up to please? I have been getting lazy and didn't go to the post office or print the blessed thing at home. The cartridge inks cost more than whisky .. I have so worried about people not receiving the items.



​I tend to send more stuff via Hermes now. Not a huge difference money wise, and i don't take the insurance/signature but I get a free email when the items been handed over. Nobody ever told me the items not been received using a courier. I guess perhaps, they're not keen to as they're not sure whether or not the delivery(their receipt of the goods) has been recorded in some way, which with standard royal mail it isn't so you can get away with doing that!
foxykelli

​I tend to send more stuff via Hermes now. Not a huge difference money w … ​I tend to send more stuff via Hermes now. Not a huge difference money wise, and i don't take the insurance/signature but I get a free email when the items been handed over. Nobody ever told me the items not been received using a courier. I guess perhaps, they're not keen to as they're not sure whether or not the delivery(their receipt of the goods) has been recorded in some way, which with standard royal mail it isn't so you can get away with doing that!



Thanks for the info. I have heard some terrifying stories about Hermes about someone signed for the laptop whilst the real recipient claimed he did not get it. Nice to explore as I will have some plants to send soon, hopefully!
whatyadoinsucka

Yeah proof of posting up to £20 I sold off some blurays, DVDs and CDs … Yeah proof of posting up to £20 I sold off some blurays, DVDs and CDs recently so ideal to get a proof of posting , or get £50 covered on second signed costing £3.90 on a shoe box sized parcel up to 2kg



Well, I'd better queue up in the post office then. They are so steep. I once used a jiffy bag, which was an upgrade for me, the greedy operative put the jiffy bag through the slit hole. I was so upset as that address was a HOUSE, not a FLAT. After that, I told myself not to bother with the jiffy bag as it nearly didn't go through and all I had were some tough seeds ...which needed to be stratified.
aym280

Well, I'd better queue up in the post office then. They are so steep. I … Well, I'd better queue up in the post office then. They are so steep. I once used a jiffy bag, which was an upgrade for me, the greedy operative put the jiffy bag through the slit hole. I was so upset as that address was a HOUSE, not a FLAT. After that, I told myself not to bother with the jiffy bag as it nearly didn't go through and all I had were some tough seeds ...which needed to be stratified.



Is it greedy, or is it just making sure you're paying for the correct service? You could always take the item across the country yourself and see if you have much change from the roughly 2 quid a jiffy bag and postage would have cost you.
Just checked Ebay and we've received the offer. Haven't listed anything for quite a while due to high fees (esp. the 10% on P&P fee! ), but might give it a go again. Thanks, OP. Heat added.
is there a link?
recently there was another invite only offer which I didn't receive, however someone posted the link to activate and it worked for me
very hot for those that qualify
How odd that this deal is cold. Hot from me!
tallpete33

Listings are as cheap as chips anyway but the final fees are where the … Listings are as cheap as chips anyway but the final fees are where the savings are to be had. Got this mail for my second account that I haven't used for a while so will be checking this out.*Important terms and conditions for the final value fee promotion:• Valid 2­6 Dec­ember 20­15 to 0­4 Janu­ary 20­16 only.• Invited private sellers only who actively opt in to the promotion. The offer is not validwhen forwarded to others.• Additional listing fees excluded.• Listings in second category and below standard sellers excluded.• Selling limits apply. Click here to learn more.• Single quantity listings, not for items autorelisted during the promo.



Just checked an account I set up but never used and I have the offer on it.
BigOrkWaaagh

Is it greedy, or is it just making sure you're paying for the correct … Is it greedy, or is it just making sure you're paying for the correct service? You could always take the item across the country yourself and see if you have much change from the roughly 2 quid a jiffy bag and postage would have cost you.



The post office is a company and deals with mass postings. The item is to Buckinghamshire, not Ayrshire. With foreigner sellers charging 99p including postage, there will be no point of me doing ebay. Your analogy is unreasonable!
Was going to post this myself but glad I didn't now LOL. Seriously not a clue why it's cold, just the herd mentality having a pop at ebay I guess. This will save me quite a few quid in the next week or so.
Thanks for posting. I never got the email, but it did show up on my account. Voted hot.
DennisG

is there a link?recently there was another invite only offer which I … is there a link?recently there was another invite only offer which I didn't receive, however someone posted the link to activate and it worked for mevery hot for those that qualify


Same here, the last 75% off fees offer, I didn't get an email and wasn't under my promotional offers to activate on eBay or any eBay messages but, when someone posted the link I clicked on it and told me I was eligible so I listed some things. Tried with my partners account but, that specifically said it wasnt eligible. So would be grateful if someone could post the link to sign in and accept this offer

Edit, not on my account but, is on my partners old unused account so might sell some stuff on there. Link is rsvp.ebay.co.uk/rsv…9R8
Edited by: "bex85" 27th Dec 2015
many thanks! worked on account #2 for me
have had stuff that I've intended to sell for ~6 months to a year. MUST LIST NOW!!
If you list an item during promotional period and item sells after the promotional period would you be charged 1p. From reading the terms and conditions I presume I would only be charged 1p but just want someone else's opinion on this matter.
man_utd99

If you list an item during promotional period and item sells after the … If you list an item during promotional period and item sells after the promotional period would you be charged 1p. From reading the terms and conditions I presume I would only be charged 1p but just want someone else's opinion on this matter.

Hi, Thats The Exact Same Thing I'm Trying To Find Out?


man_utd99

If you list an item during promotional period and item sells after the … If you list an item during promotional period and item sells after the promotional period would you be charged 1p. From reading the terms and conditions I presume I would only be charged 1p but just want someone else's opinion on this matter.

man_utd99

If you list an item during promotional period and item sells after the … If you list an item during promotional period and item sells after the promotional period would you be charged 1p. From reading the terms and conditions I presume I would only be charged 1p but just want someone else's opinion on this matter.



Yes you will only be charged a 1p final value fee if:
- you actively opted in to the promotion before listing your item, and
- your listing started during the promotional period (i.e. from 2­6 Dec­ember 20­15 to 4 Janu­ary 20­16), and
- your item is not in a restricted category, your listing is not automatically relisted during the promotional period and your listing fulfils all other Terms and Conditions.

Note that PayPal and any other third-party fees still apply.

Full Terms and Conditions of this promotion here: Terms and Conditions (Click on the link, then click on *Terms and Conditions)
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