Maximum £3 eBay Final Value Fees from 13th!
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Maximum £3 eBay Final Value Fees from 13th!

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Found 12th Apr
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*Valid from Friday 13 April 2018 00:00:01 until Monday 16 April 2018 23:59:59. Maximum 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. T&Cs apply.
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Anybody else think eBay would make more money if they just permanently reduced their selling fees instead of these endless promotions
These eBay offers are now coming thick n fast almost on a weekly basis I guess the competition are hurting them. Personally I’m going to wait for the next maximum selling fees of a £1 to come around!
Ppl please wait for the £1 promotion
I’ve had it with eBay. I’ve got a perfect score. No negative feedback and sell loads of tech. Sold a pristine iPod 6th generation to a guy. A month later he says it’s got a bad battery. I explained nothing wrong with the battery and it is used and also I don’t accept returns. Even sent him articles explained battery on 6th gen not as good as was made more powerful but with same size battery. He raises a faulty item and eBay automatically just take the money out my PayPal so I’m minus £163 in balance. Had to change all stuff I pay with PayPal now. eBay is a joke as a seller now. Last time I use them. Rather get less and not have this rubbish.
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These eBay offers are now coming thick n fast almost on a weekly basis I guess the competition are hurting them. Personally I’m going to wait for the next maximum selling fees of a £1 to come around!
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Anybody else think eBay would make more money if they just permanently reduced their selling fees instead of these endless promotions
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Love it when OP's put these out otherwise I'd never know even though I should get emails from eBay as I am signed up to receive them.

Hot🔥🚒 Thanks.
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deleted183693012th Apr

Great thanks. eBay said I'd already accepted the offer when I hit link and …Great thanks. eBay said I'd already accepted the offer when I hit link and accepted but I hadn't I'll extend a few higher value listings. Love it when people put these out on this site otherwise I'd never really know even though I should get emails from eBay about it. Hot 🔥🚒


Had the same thing about offer already being accepted. Don't care as long as it's accepted!
Ppl please wait for the £1 promotion
Cancelled couple of listing. Going to schedule them to start at 0030am tonight. But stilI have to pay £226 for last week sales.
Edited by: "Bigspin" 12th Apr
jona7741 m ago

These eBay offers are now coming thick n fast almost on a weekly basis I …These eBay offers are now coming thick n fast almost on a weekly basis I guess the competition are hurting them. Personally I’m going to wait for the next maximum selling fees of a £1 to come around!


1 months ago, it’s 0.01, 1 week ago, it’s 1, now it’s gonna be 3. Damn, it shows an upward trend.
i_have_crabs42 m ago

Anybody else think eBay would make more money if they just permanently …Anybody else think eBay would make more money if they just permanently reduced their selling fees instead of these endless promotions



ebays fees used to vary depending on what you were selling, the fees weren't too bad back then, the they got greedy and jacked everything up to 10%
Said already accepted but worked. Time to sell of the old bose qc25 before they half in value next week
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dijital11 m ago

ebays fees used to vary depending on what you were selling, the fees …ebays fees used to vary depending on what you were selling, the fees weren't too bad back then, the they got greedy and jacked everything up to 10%



Agreed. Including the 10% fee on postage because some people were selling stuff for "1p" and charging £100.00 postage as an example to get out of paying any fees at all. These promotions have saved me a lot of money and encouraged me to get rid of stuff I don't really want anymore. It's worth the effort when they play fair.
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Cheers
drtesseract35 m ago

Said already accepted but worked. Time to sell of the old bose qc25 before …Said already accepted but worked. Time to sell of the old bose qc25 before they half in value next week


Something new coming?
Excellent thanks for posting been waiting for this to come along.Not as good as the £1 deal but worth heat nevertheless.Hot from me.
i_have_crabs1 h, 27 m ago

Anybody else think eBay would make more money if they just permanently …Anybody else think eBay would make more money if they just permanently reduced their selling fees instead of these endless promotions


No. It would be good though.

it bumps up some more business for them and gets them new users. It’s a loss leader
Excellent got about £400 of drum kit hard cases to list. So about £37 saved. Was waiting for the £1 promotion but this will do
Neat - cheers... I clicked to accept, and it said I'd already accepted this one - weird, I most certainly hadn't!

C'mon £1 deals... I have more to list that fits that one! *entice entice*
I’ve had it with eBay. I’ve got a perfect score. No negative feedback and sell loads of tech. Sold a pristine iPod 6th generation to a guy. A month later he says it’s got a bad battery. I explained nothing wrong with the battery and it is used and also I don’t accept returns. Even sent him articles explained battery on 6th gen not as good as was made more powerful but with same size battery. He raises a faulty item and eBay automatically just take the money out my PayPal so I’m minus £163 in balance. Had to change all stuff I pay with PayPal now. eBay is a joke as a seller now. Last time I use them. Rather get less and not have this rubbish.
loopylloyd11 m ago

No. It would be good though.it bumps up some more business for them and …No. It would be good though.it bumps up some more business for them and gets them new users. It’s a loss leader



surely a "loss leader" implies it will pay off in the long run though, by definition?
Excellent. Pixel 2 going on tomorrow. Thanks op. Should save me 35 odd quid.
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cantonbean26 m ago

I’ve had it with eBay. I’ve got a perfect score. No negative feedback and s …I’ve had it with eBay. I’ve got a perfect score. No negative feedback and sell loads of tech. Sold a pristine iPod 6th generation to a guy. A month later he says it’s got a bad battery. I explained nothing wrong with the battery and it is used and also I don’t accept returns. Even sent him articles explained battery on 6th gen not as good as was made more powerful but with same size battery. He raises a faulty item and eBay automatically just take the money out my PayPal so I’m minus £163 in balance. Had to change all stuff I pay with PayPal now. eBay is a joke as a seller now. Last time I use them. Rather get less and not have this rubbish.


Some bloke I sold a brand new handheld Dyson to didn't like "it's performance" and stated he had cleaned it out twice but still same problem. I explained it was new and said it wasn't their best most expensive model and he said I should have stated it in advert! I had all relevant information including model number and transferable warranty info. Cut a long story short..... eBay refunded him and charged me to post it back to myself. I just took it on the chin as there was no point trying to deal with the guy. Sold it (again) about a few days later but had to advertise as used because the guy had been fiddling with it.
i_have_crabs27 m ago

surely a "loss leader" implies it will pay off in the long run though, by …surely a "loss leader" implies it will pay off in the long run though, by definition?


It gets people on eBay and when it ends a percentage of those people will go on to sell further things giving eBay the full 10% in fees, so yeah it will pay off.
It's very interesting that they keep offering these promotions. Is this going to become a regular thing? Are they struggling against competitors? What are their competitors as I haven't yet come across any major competitors? Why do they keep offering such offers? I'm not complaining, but interested as to why they've been doing it so much over the past year or so.
cantonbean33 m ago

I’ve had it with eBay. I’ve got a perfect score. No negative feedback and s …I’ve had it with eBay. I’ve got a perfect score. No negative feedback and sell loads of tech. Sold a pristine iPod 6th generation to a guy. A month later he says it’s got a bad battery. I explained nothing wrong with the battery and it is used and also I don’t accept returns. Even sent him articles explained battery on 6th gen not as good as was made more powerful but with same size battery. He raises a faulty item and eBay automatically just take the money out my PayPal so I’m minus £163 in balance. Had to change all stuff I pay with PayPal now. eBay is a joke as a seller now. Last time I use them. Rather get less and not have this rubbish.


Massively depends on the categories of the items you sell to be honest. Tech is notoriously bad for scammers. I've sold hundreds, perhaps thousands of hobby items in a few niches (far different from tech) over the past 15 years and only ever had one issue with a buyer that I disputed in my favour. I've had issues with sellers but always got rectified. I think eBay is a fantastic resource to reuse and recycle, far better than always buying new things that we're encouraged to do in this throwaway society of ours.
Could I sell a car and only pay £3 eBay fee? Or are motors off the list?
This deal has made me notice that tomorrow is Friday 13th
cantonbean58 m ago

I’ve had it with eBay. I’ve got a perfect score. No negative feedback and s …I’ve had it with eBay. I’ve got a perfect score. No negative feedback and sell loads of tech. Sold a pristine iPod 6th generation to a guy. A month later he says it’s got a bad battery. I explained nothing wrong with the battery and it is used and also I don’t accept returns. Even sent him articles explained battery on 6th gen not as good as was made more powerful but with same size battery. He raises a faulty item and eBay automatically just take the money out my PayPal so I’m minus £163 in balance. Had to change all stuff I pay with PayPal now. eBay is a joke as a seller now. Last time I use them. Rather get less and not have this rubbish.


Mate, I understand your pain. I sold a bitcoin miner for £2800. Guy decided the fans were "scratched up", and returned it. Like you, I said no refunds or returns in description and everything. Ebay sided with them, and I lost out on that. I sold it then because I knew it would drop it value, and is now worth a grand total of about £600. I -hate- ebay with a passion now. I got my miner back, and I couldn't find a single scratch on it.
deleted183693012th Apr

Some bloke I sold a brand new handheld Dyson to didn't like "it's …Some bloke I sold a brand new handheld Dyson to didn't like "it's performance" and stated he had cleaned it out twice but still same problem. I explained it was new and said it wasn't their best most expensive model and he said I should have stated it in advert! I had all relevant information including model number and transferable warranty info. Cut a long story short..... eBay refunded him and charged me to post it back to myself. I just took it on the chin as there was no point trying to deal with the guy. Sold it (again) about a few days later but had to advertise as used because the guy had been fiddling with it.


I sold a ceiling fan, was on a £1 fees promotion like this deal and this women purchased it then sent an email asking if it had a light. You could see no light in the pictures and I copied the Amazon blurb and it didn’t state there were a light, when I stated this she said it didn’t explicitly say “Ceiling fan - no light”

...so people expect you to write what’s not included also

I refunded her as she would have probably just said it didn’t come and it messed my £1 offer up and had to sell for full fees I think after that. Wasn’thappy.
Edited by: "loopylloyd" 12th Apr
Used to love eBay tend to sell more on gumtree and Spock etc...

EBay charge too much. Spock seems to be my favourite tomorrow as I can see the buyers feedback to reassure me about scanners etc
Have a few things to sell but I'll just wait aswell
Good time to sell all the the rubbish i buy and dont need from hotukdeals

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Bigspin3 h, 15 m ago

Cancelled couple of listing. Going to schedule them to start at 0030am …Cancelled couple of listing. Going to schedule them to start at 0030am tonight. But stilI have to pay £226 for last week sales.


WTH are yo selling to make over £2000 in a week?
Ripperoo1 m ago

WTH are yo selling to make over £2000 in a week?


Sold old gaming pc and two S9 phones.
Bigspin17 m ago

Sold old gaming pc and two S9 phones.


Good going there then Bigspin.

Shame about those damn fees though.

That would boil my p!55, having to pay that much + the damn PayPal fees on top.
Bigspin21 m ago

Sold old gaming pc and two S9 phones.


Thats not making 2k , thats taking 2k , the items have a cost attached to them , even if it is 2 x monthly mobile phone deals , you are still paying for the phones , unless they where gifted to you .
i_have_crabs4 h, 12 m ago

Anybody else think eBay would make more money if they just permanently …Anybody else think eBay would make more money if they just permanently reduced their selling fees instead of these endless promotions



That's a brilliant idea. Hats off to you, Sir.
Edited by: "zworld" 12th Apr
Thanks OP
Thanks OP. I guess £3 max is better than their 10% fees. Make sure you read the T&C as to what is included. I listed a multiple quantity listing last time and it wasn't included, now I read all the T&C.
uccalms5 m ago

Thanks OP. I guess £3 max is better than their 10% fees. Make sure you …Thanks OP. I guess £3 max is better than their 10% fees. Make sure you read the T&C as to what is included. I listed a multiple quantity listing last time and it wasn't included, now I read all the T&C.


Just list each one as a separate item with a slightly different title. Maybe just add #1, #2, #3 etc at the end of each title? That should work I think.
DealAnarchy2 h, 14 m ago

It's very interesting that they keep offering these promotions. Is this …It's very interesting that they keep offering these promotions. Is this going to become a regular thing? Are they struggling against competitors? What are their competitors as I haven't yet come across any major competitors? Why do they keep offering such offers? I'm not complaining, but interested as to why they've been doing it so much over the past year or so.


Large amount of items that are sold are under 40£ and used, Facebook marketplace is gaining lot of attraction and myself had people pick stuff up same day on things that would take months if ever for collection on eBay
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