50% off final value fees @ ebay
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50% off final value fees @ ebay

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Found 3rd JunEdited by:"Mrswitch"
Most likely account specific, but hopefully it will help a few.

Really not as good as the £1 and £3 FVF but it is what it is.

50% off Final Value Fee on 100 Listings. Start selling now!
50% off your Final Value Fee on 100 listings and no insertion fees. Learn More - opens in a new window or tab
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They are getting quite stingy with their offers, first £1 fvf then £3 now 50% lol terrible company that would be long finished should there be a viable alternative with a critical mass of buyers.
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They are getting quite stingy with their offers, first £1 fvf then £3 now 50% lol terrible company that would be long finished should there be a viable alternative with a critical mass of buyers.
This is the only offer I got accepted for. What would the fvf be on something for £50? Just to see if it's worth me listing it , thanks
LoveABargainAlways2 m ago

This is the only offer I got accepted for. What would the fvf be on …This is the only offer I got accepted for. What would the fvf be on something for £50? Just to see if it's worth me listing it , thanks


£2.50, usually 10% would be a fiver.
It depends on the value of the item you’re selling. If it’s a tenner and under then this is better than the £1 offer.
Mrswitch3 m ago

£2.50, usually 10% would be a fiver.


Thanks. Plus p&p and paypal fees, so near enough a tenner. Erm...ill think about that after I get some sleep
Aw man.. yet another not for me. But thank you anyway
greencode12 m ago

It depends on the value of the item you’re selling. If it’s a tenner and un …It depends on the value of the item you’re selling. If it’s a tenner and under then this is better than the £1 offer.


If you have 100 items at £1 which is the minimum price you can list at:
fvf w/o offer: 100 X 0.10 = £10
Fvf with offer : 100 X 0.05 = £5

Net gain of offer = £5 assuming no cost of purchasing items, no shipping costs therefore pure profit
Immediately you realise the assumptions you have to make render even this £5 gain unrealistic.

Let's try same example with the £1 fvf offer:
1 x£100 item
Fvf w/o offer : £10
Fvf with offer: £1
Net gain of £1 offer = £9
In that you can reasonably include shipping and still be left with some Dosh.

So no it doesn't depend on the value of the item you're selling , it's just a plain bad offer compared to £1/£3 offers.
Edited by: "TellyLover" 3rd Jun
These offers NEVER apply to business sellers and we are the ones that make greedy FeeBsy the most profit. The sooner a decent competitir cones along, the better. Same with Amazon!

Every time I sell something on eBay, I put a note in for the buyer to deal direct next time
I used my mrs 1p final value fee the other day & she hardly uses eBay, I use eBay all the time & the best deal I get is the £1 deal.
I've got this too, not bad if you've stuff less than £20 to get rid of
Edited by: "OneGloveOnTheFence" 3rd Jun
TellyLover5 h, 29 m ago

If you have 100 items at £1 which is the minimum price you can list at:fvf …If you have 100 items at £1 which is the minimum price you can list at:fvf w/o offer: 100 X 0.10 = £10 Fvf with offer : 100 X 0.05 = £5Net gain of offer = £5 assuming no cost of purchasing items, no shipping costs therefore pure profit Immediately you realise the assumptions you have to make render even this £5 gain unrealistic.Let's try same example with the £1 fvf offer: 1 x£100 itemFvf w/o offer : £10Fvf with offer: £1 Net gain of £1 offer = £9 In that you can reasonably include shipping and still be left with some Dosh. So no it doesn't depend on the value of the item you're selling , it's just a plain bad offer compared to £1/£3 offers.


Your comparison didn't work...

You can't compare 100x £1 items against 1x £100 item on different deals

If you were selling items that were £10 or less each, then this deal is actually better than the £1 fvf deal!!!

On half price fvf a £10 item would cost you 50p whereas it would cost £1 on the £1 max fvf.

So yes this is a good deal, and yes it does depend on the value of what you're selling.

Essentially, if the items are less than £20 then half price is in fact better...
Unfortunately, this promotional offer is by invitation only..... Says this for me, anyone know how to get an invitation?
TellyLover3rd Jun

They are getting quite stingy with their offers, first £1 fvf then £3 now 5 …They are getting quite stingy with their offers, first £1 fvf then £3 now 50% lol terrible company that would be long finished should there be a viable alternative with a critical mass of buyers.


Any chance you can report this as expired, I'm unable to expire it, and it finished yesterday.
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