Does eBay charge you a listing fee if your item not sold and how much?
You're confusing listing fees with final value fees. eBay charges listing fees to post listings, and final value fees only if the item sells.
EBay charges a listing fee for each item you attempt to sell. The price eBay charges to list the item depends on the starting price of the item. EBay also charges a final sales fee, which varies depending on how much the item sells for.
The cost to sell on eBay varies depending on which eBay site you're selling on, and how you list your item. When you sell an item, you're able to review your fees on the listing form before you submit your listing. The fees we charge fall into 3 categories: Insertion fees: When you list an item, you're charged an insertion fee for the listing. The insertion fee is based on the starting price and the… Read More
eBay charges differently for different items and it depends upon the nature and price of the product sold. A detailed list of rates for selling different items is given on eBay.
There is no charge for an eBay account.
Go to eBay and read all about there listing and selling fees. I will post the link.
Once you have chosen an item that you want to sell, check out what similar items have sold for recently by using the "completed listings" search feature. This will give you an idea of how much you item might sell for or even if it might sell at all. If you then decide to go ahead and create your listing (which is what they call writing your ad) take a very clear photo of the… Read More
eBay charge an "insertion fee" when you create your listing (which is what they call writing the ad for your auction). If you want to use upgrades such as adding extra photos, or adding a reserve price, then they will charge you "upgrade fees" as well. All of these fees are payable whether your item goes on to sell or not. If your listing ends with a sale you will be charged another fee… Read More
You can use the eBay search tool to see how much an item sold for when you click on the object. You will see there how many items are sold (or are available) from the same seller.
Listing fees plus final value fees. Plus if you use paypal they will take a cut also.
eBay merely provides a "platform" for sellers to offer their items to other members. Postage costs, therefore, vary from item to item, depending on weight, location, which mailing service the seller uses and so on. Postage (shipping) costs are shown on each item listing page, although if the seller has omitted to enter that information, it is always wise to ask them for the cost of posting/shipping to the buyers own location before bidding.
It depends on the seller and the item purchased.
Not much there are millions out there and unless you are selling it as a complete system with games and accessories many people will choose to purchase the complete system that are being unloaded on Ebay and other sites or one reconditioned by GameStop for $50 that does not have an extra charge for shipping and handing. There are actually people that when they listed the item on Ebay with free shipping found that the… Read More
There are many places to sell collectible stamps online. The most popular way is to list them for sale on eBay. They charge a fee to list each stamp or item for sale, plus they usually charge a fee worth around 10% of the selling value of the item. You could try selling them on Craigslist. It's not as organized and you can't reach a broad audience here because people usually are limited to browsing… Read More
Not enough to pay for your eBay listing fees and shipping, if that's what you are wondering...
Ebay is free to sign up. You are only charged if listing items for sale.
It varies depending on what book it is and in what condition it is. eBay gives you the option of searching for previous auctions of an item. This will allow you to see how much others have sold it for.
divide the cost of the food item by the amount of people that are paying for it.
The price that is costs to post an engine for sale on eBay depends on how much you start the listing price from. The cheapest option costs fifteen cents and the most expensive is four dollars.
There is no fixed answer to this question. The insertion fee that you will be charged depends on the "start price" that you choose for your item. If you select any upgrades you will be charged more fees for using those. Generally speaking, you will then be charged around 10% of the sale price as a "final value fee" unless your item was listed in the Motors section (this has it's own separate fee structure)… Read More
Fees fall into component parts. When you create your listing, you are charged an "insertion fee" and then you can select upgrades such as adding a subtitle to your listing, or highlighting it to make it stand out in search results. The insertion fee and any upgrades are payable for every listing that you create whether the item sells or not. If an item sells, you are then charged a "final value fee" as well… Read More
$260 for the same item on eBay
One is for sale on Ebay for $850.00. Item #190400403886
eBay. let the bidders decide.
Ebay is an auction website. Amazon is not. Both companies are huge. Both companies have their specialties and finer points. Amazon usually institutes at least a two week hold for your money, so if you need the money fast, Amazon may not be the way to go. With eBay, you pretty much need to take a picture of each item that you sell, upload it to the computer, and provide a brief narrative. Unlike Amazon… Read More
This varies on what preferences you choose when you list your item. If you are a buyer though you don't pay any extra charges to Ebay and also if you pay with Paypal.
i got mine from the Internet don't buy it from eBay they charge way to much it is hard to find :-(
Go into eBay and look in the seller tools under seller fees. Sometimes eBay offers cheaper fees for different things like; length of your listing, additional photos, listings for auctions or buy it now auctions. I think the regular fee right now is 25 cents per auction listing with one free photo. There are options for many features to choose from.
There are no charges to the buyer whatsoever. The seller pays all of the fees (both those from PayPal and those from eBay).
It varies according to the "start price" you set for your item, plus which "upgrades" you choose, as well as on which eBay site you list your items. Go to your local site and then to the help pages (link at the top right hand corner of any eBay page) and type "fees" into the search box there to find out what it will cost you.
Harley Davidson collectibles vary in price on eBay, depending on the specific item. These collectibles can range from a few cents to several thousand dollars.
Nothing, because eBay itself isn't responsible for shipping. Shipping is done by individual sellers, so policies, methods, and prices vary.
Small items are not difficult to ship internationally. eBay offers selling internationally or you can specify where you are willing to ship. Small items can easily be shipped using the postal service. Look up the cost of flat rate boxes and their sizes online. If your item will fit into a flat rate box, you'll know how much to charge for international shipping. This will keep you from undercharging the customer and losing money.
Of course you can buy gym equipment on ebay. it all depends in what type of brand you want and how much you to spend. Bidding may come out cheaper than buying the item.
If you have no tracking number you can't track your item. The seller can tell you that they have shipped the package, but that is as much information as you will be able to find out until the package actually arrives with you.
It depends on what format you will be listing in, and what price you start the bidding or buy-it-now price. The fees go up from there if you want to add more features to help make your listing more visible like creating a subtitle or highlighting your title.
This privately manufactured novelty item sells regularly on eBay for a couple bucks.
The very first item sold on eBay was a broken laser pointer for $14.83. Astonished, Omidyar contacted the winning bidder to ask if he understood that the laser pointer was broken. In his responding email, the buyer explained: "I'm a collector of broken laser pointers
There is a great deal of information to help you on the Ebay site. First you will need to set up an account. Next take a picture of your item and decide how much you want to sell it for. The next step would be posting it on the site and people will bid on your item. Once you receive payment you will ship it out.
When you have registered, go to your home page and click on "watch" then that particular item you have clicked and will automatically fall into your Watch column so you can keep track of who is bidding and how much and for how long it is being listed.
This item can be found at Lord and Taylor. It is also listed on eBay with much cheaper prices. Amazon also advertises the item as does the website Gadgets and Stuff.
Each seller sets there own shipping rate and it also varies from item to item the seller has. Some have free shipping and some set the shipping price according to the Postal Services.
When you are on the selling form it should ask you how much you want to charge the buyer for postage and packaging. For more information go onto the eBay website.
You can sell items by a variety of ways. 1. You could hold a garage sale. When you do this people from your neighborhood, or whatever will be able to buy your items. "One person's junk is another's treasure." 2. You could also sell it on eBay. On eBay you can buy a variety of things. ANYTHING you want is there. Try posting your item on eBay. You may receive many bids and be surprised… Read More
You pay to list your item and have to pay that fee whether the item sells or not. If it goes on to sell, you also have to pay what they call a final value fee. The fees vary widely, depending on the price of your item and what category it falls under, so the only way to see how much it is likely to cost you to post your item is to check the… Read More
it gains a negative charge...? lol that's pretty much all i can offer, hope it helps it gains a negative charge...? lol that's pretty much all i can offer, hope it helps
eBay is very user friendly and easy to use. In my opinion, the "user friendliness" increases when you use Paypal, which allows for easy payments for your buyers and easy depositing into your checking account. It is also much easier when you set up your checking account with eBay so listing fees can be paid automatically.
It's more about how much can they get. Much less than you would expect many are sold on Ebay complete with shipping for under $40 and huge systems with many games can go for under $75 or even go unsold for below that. Look at the Ebay completed listing to see what they are selling for
"When listing an item you will need its weight and package type - box, envelope, etc - if you are shipping for free or not, and how much you are paying for postage."
This is always difficult to answer. The worth of an item to collectors is determined by a number of factors: how rare the item is (were there many of them around, or just a few?); whether the item is unique (in this case, which drummer used it, and when... and can you prove that?); what condition is the item in; and whether the item is considered desirable (are there collectors eager to add to their… Read More
eBay is an online market place and not a betting and gambling website. You do not "bet" on eBay, you "bid". This means that when you find an item that you like, you enter your bid amount (how much you are willing to pay) and then usually, someone else will place a higher bid against you, because they are willing to pay more. If you think that the item is still worth more money, you… Read More