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Ebay best offers - if you make a counter offer does the original offer 'expire' ?

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Found 27th Sep 2014
Hi all,

I've received a best offer for an item on the bay - £40 - I'd put a BIN of £50 with free postage, and put in the listing that best offers would have postage added.

'm happy to sell at 40 - it's pretty much my cut off - however I need to shift this item - if I send a counter offer of say £44 to include postage, and they decline, does the original offer of £40 still stand or have I lost the chance to accept that by making a counter?

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If a counter offer is made (your £44) then it cancels out the original offer (£40).
If the buyer refuses your counter offer than you have no sale.
Been through it myself.

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googley2

If a counter offer is made (your £44) then it cancels out the original … If a counter offer is made (your £44) then it cancels out the original offer (£40).If the buyer refuses your counter offer than you have no sale.Been through it myself.



Thanks - that's what I thought would happen

if they refuse, can you not just message them saying "go on then" or even "£42 and its yours"?
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