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Fees for selling on eBay

Fees for selling on eBay




Fees for selling on eBay

 
When you sell on eBay, there are 3 types of fees:
 
  • Insertion fees
 

  • This fee is paid whenever you list an item on eBay, even if it doesn't sell
  • The insertion fee varies, depending on the listing format you choose and the category you list the item under




  • Final value fees
 
  • When your item sells, you'll be charged a final value fee that's based on a percentage of the total cost to the buyer, including postage, packaging and any other related costs
  • You'll only pay this fee when your item sells




  • Feature fees
 
  • This fee is only paid if you select optional features to increase your chances of a successful sale, e.g. international site visibility, subtitle or picture pack

 
Total cost of selling item = Insertion fee + Final value fee + Feature fees (if any)

Note: Stated eBay fees include 15% VAT for residents of the EU. Invoices sent to you will quote fees with VAT included. Find out why we use the Luxembourg rate of VAT



Insertion fees

 

Auction-style insertion fees

 
Category
Starting price
Insertion fee
All categories, except motors and those listed below
£0.01 - £0.99
Free for first 100* or £0.10

£1.00 - £4.99
£0.15

£5.00 - £14.99
£0.25

£15.00 - £29.99
£0.50

£30 - £99.99
£1

£100 or more
£1.30
£0.01 - £0.99
Free for first 100* or £0.05

£1.00 or more
£0.10
Property
Any price (single or multiple items)
£35 x number of items

*Your first 100 single-quantity auction-style listings in a calendar month won't be charged an insertion fee if:
  • You're a private seller
  • The item is listed in an eligible category without a reserve
  • Your starting price is between £0.01 and £0.99
  • You're not a PowerSeller on any eBay site
  • You can see how many free auction-style listings you've used for the month on the My eBay - All Selling and Selling Manager Summary pages


Buy it now insertion fees

 
The minimum starting price for a Buy it now or fixed price listing is £0.99.
Category
Insertion fee for any starting price of £0.99 or more (including multiple items that are identical)
All categories, except those listed below
£0.40
£0.20
Property
£35
Learn more about listing multiple items that are identical
If you have an eBay Shop, insertion fees may be different. Find out more about these fees in eBay Shops
Best Offer is a feature that's free with Buy it now listings. Find out more about how to sell using Best Offer

Final value fees

Auction-style and Buy it now final value fees

Category
Final selling price
Final value fee
All categories including Media-related and Technology-related, except those listed below
£0.01 or more
10% of the value of the total transaction (up to a maximum of £75)
Property
£0.01 or more
No fee

The final value fee for a Buy it now listing with multiple items is calculated per item sold based on the final selling price of the item and postage cost.
Remember that if your item doesn't sell, you don't pay a final value fee. You'll have the option of relisting your item, and if it sells, you could be eligible for a credit on the insertion fee.
 
Learn more about insertion fee credits for relisting your item

'Media-related' refers to items listed within the following categories:

Books, comics & magazines (excluding the Accessories sub-category)
  • DVDs, Films & TV (excluding the Accessories/Storage, Film memorabilia and TV memorabilia sub-categories)
  • Games sub-category of Video Games & Consoles (doesn't apply to the other sub-categories of Video Games & Consoles)
  • Music (excluding Music memorabilia and Accessories/Storage sub-categories)
See an example of how fees for a listing in a media-related category are calculated


*Free insertion fees for auction-style listing

Private sellers can list items for free provided the item is listed:
  • Using the auction-style format in an eligible category (Cars Motorcycles & Vehicles, and Property are excluded)
  • With a starting price of between £0.01 - £0.99 without reserve
  • Only in 1 category:
    • If you list in a second category, this will be charged the standard rate for listing in a second category
This pricing is limited to a maximum of 100 listings per month. From the 101st listing, the standard insertion fee applies, which is £0.05 for Media-related categories and £0.10 for all other eligible categories. Business sellers and PowerSellers from any eBay site are excluded and will be charged the applicable insertion fee.
You can see how many free auction-style listings you've used for the month on the My eBay and Selling Manager Summary pages.
See an example of how fees for a free auction-style listing are calculated

Fees for optional features

Use these optional features to help increase the number of bids and the chances of selling success. For example, the subtitle feature is designed to give your listing increased visibility in search result lists.
Feature fees vary depending on the:
  • Listing format
  • Duration of the listing

ShowListing upgrades
 

ShowInternational site visibility
 


ShowReserve fees
 

ShowFees for seller tools
 

What you should know about your eBay fees

  • If your seller account is suspended for any reason, any amounts owed will immediately become due and payable. eBay reserves the right to immediately charge any amounts you have not previously disputed to the billing method that you are using.
  • Fees pay for the right to sell on eBay. There are times when your listing may not appear when using a keyword or category search until several hours after you have created it. Therefore, eBay cannot guarantee exact listing durations. Learn more about listing durations
  • Sellers do not purchase exclusive rights to web pages on eBay. We may, in our sole discretion, and without your consent or payment to you, place third-party advertisements on any web page within our site.
  • Insertion fees and optional feature fees are charged at the time of listing and are non-refundable.
  • Good 'Til Cancelled renews automatically every 30 days unless all of the items sell, you end the listing, or the listing breaches an eBay policy. Insertion fees are charged every 30 day period.
  • You can see your recent account activity by viewing your Account Activity page.
  • eBay requires payment in full each month on accounts with balances of £1 or greater. eBay may suspend your account for non-payment of eBay fees. If you have not paid your outstanding eBay fees after our reminders and warnings, eBay reserves the right to refer your account to an outside collection agency for collection of the outstanding eBay fees. Please note that the collection agency will also charge you a proportionate and reasonable fee for the collection of the unpaid eBay fees, which will vary according to the amount owed and which will be payable in addition to the outstanding eBay fees.

Examples

List a media-related item using the auction-style format

  • Starting price: £50
  • Final selling price: £150
  • Postage & Packaging cost: £10
  • Total eBay selling fees are £16.10 comprising:
    • Insertion fee: £0.10
    • Final value fee: 10% of the total cost including postage, packaging and any other related costs, which in this case is £16

List an item using the free auction-style listing

  • Starting price: £0.99
  • Final selling price: £25
  • Postage & Packaging cost: £2
  • Total eBay selling fees are £2.70 comprising:
    • Insertion fee: £0
    • Final value fee: 10% of the total cost including postage, packaging and any other related costs, which in this case is £2.70

List a technology-related item using the Buy it now format

  • Buy it now price: £30
  • Final selling price: £30
  • Postage & Packaging cost: £5
  • Total eBay selling fees are £3.90 comprising:
    • Insertion fee: £0.40
    • Final value fee: 10% of the total cost including postage, packaging and any other related costs, which in this case is £3.50

List an item using the auction-style format with a reserve price

  • Starting price: £10
  • Reserve price: £150
  • Final selling price: £200
  • Postage & Packaging cost: £10
  • Total eBay selling fees are £26.80 comprising:
    • Insertion fee: £1.30
    • Reserve fee: 3% of the reserve price, which in this case is £4.50
    • Final value fee: 10% of the total cost including postage, packaging and any other related costs, which in this case is £21




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Basic Fees

 
 
You pay only an insertion fee to list a vehicle on eBay Motors. If the item sells, you are also charged a final value fee. There is no additional fee charged after the listing has ended. eBay Motors vehicle listings are those within the Cars, Commercial Vehicles, Motorcycles & Scooters, Caravans and Classic Cars categories.
 
 
Insertion Fee
 
 
FormatSingle Item ListingMultiple Item Listing
Auction-style
£10.00
£10.00
Buy it now only
£10.00
£10.00 multiplied by the number of Vehicles listed.
Classified Ad
£14.99
N/A
Final Value Fee
Final Selling PriceFinal Value Fee
£0.01 - £1,999.99
£20.00
£2,000.00 - £3,499.99
1%
£3,500.00 and above
£35.00
Classified Ad
No Final Value Fee applies

Note: Parts and Accessories Insertion Fees are the same as eBay.co.uk Insertion Fees.

 

 

Optional Feature Fees

 
 
You can choose to add optional features to increase the chance of selling your item.




Reserve Price Fee

The reserve price fee for listings in the Cars, Commercial Vehicles, Motorcycles and Caravans categories is £7.99 regardless of the reserve price level set. This fee is non-refundable, regardless of whether the item sells.
Note: Parts and Accessories Reserve Fees are the same as eBay.co.uk Reserve Fees.


ShowListing Upgrade Fees
 
 

ShoweBay Picture Hosting Fees
 



A note about eBay fees

 
 
  • In the event your seller account is suspended for any reason, any amounts due on your seller account will immediately become due and payable. eBay reserves the right to immediately charge any amounts you have not previously disputed to the billing method that you are using.
  • Fees pay for the right to sell on eBay. Sellers do not purchase exclusive rights to web pages on eBay. We may, in our sole discretion, and without your consent or payment to you, place third-party advertisements on any web page within our site.
  • Insertion fees and optional feature fees are charged at the time of listing and are non-refundable.
  • eBay requires payment in full each month on accounts with balances of £1.00 or greater. eBay may suspend your account for non-payment of eBay fees. If you have not paid your outstanding eBay fees after our reminders and warnings, eBay reserves the right to refer your account to an outside collection agency for collection of the outstanding eBay fees. Please note that the collection agency will also charge you a proportionate and reasonable fee for the collection of the unpaid eBay fees, which will vary according to the amount owed and which will be payable in addition to the outstanding eBay fees.




http://pages.ebay.co.uk/help/sell/motorfees.html



 
Seller fees & invoices
 
 
You pay a fee to list an item on eBay. If the item sells, you also pay a Final Value Fee. The cost of selling an item is the total of these two fees. Learn how the fees are calculated.
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I requested a credit for a Final Value Fee credit but didn't receive it.
 
Help topics

 

 

About our fees

 
Fees for selling on eBayFind out what it costs to list and sell items.

Fees for business sellers on eBay.co.uk
Different fees apply for sellers registered as a business on eBay.co.uk.

Fees for selling on eBay MotorsSelling a vehicle, part, or accessory? Learn about the fees for selling on eBay Motors.

Fees for eBay ShopsFor a monthly subscription fee, you get an online store and qualify for reduced fees for Shop Inventory listings.

Fees for Classified AdsFind out what it costs to place an ad for an item, service, or property.

 

 

Paying your fees

 
 
Paying your seller feesFind out how to pay your fees and when payments are due.

Viewing your account activitySee your current balance, along with any fees, credits, or payments applied to your account.

Making sense of your invoiceFind out what your invoice means and how to get more detail.

Payment due datesLearn about your invoice billing cycle and automatic payment cycle.

Making a one-time paymentEven with an automatic payment method on file, sellers can use PayPal or other method to make a one-time payment.

Setting up automatic paymentsLearn how to set up or change your automatic payment method.

Updating your credit or debit card informationSellers can use My eBay to keep credit and debit card information current.

Solving credit and debit card problemsSometimes we request information if there are any credit or debit card issues. Make sure such requests are from eBay and not spoof (fake) emails.

Changing your billing currencySelect your preferred currency to pay your seller fees.

 

 

 

Receiving credits & refunds

 
 
Requesting a refundYou can request a refund if your credit balance is greater than $1.00.

Receiving insertion fee creditsIf your item doesn’t sell and you relist it, you might qualify for a credit.

Requesting final value fee creditsIn some circumstances we’ll credit your account for these fees.

eBay for Charity fee creditsWe’ll credit part of your Insertion and Final Value fees when you donate to a charity.





http://pages.ebay.co.uk/help/sell/seller-fees.html

 

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