Ebay fees!

Discussion in 'Ebay' started by Mattheman, Aug 31, 2012.

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  1. Mattheman

    Mattheman Registered Member

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    BHW, what are the fees that go with ebay?
     
  2. gordyjamz

    gordyjamz Newbie

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    Listing fee, when you list the item. Final Value fee, when you sell the item. Paypal transaction fee, when you are paid. If you should choose Paypal. I do believe they offer a few other options for payment now. Also, if you charge a separate shipping charge to your customer, Ebay will charge a Final value fee on that also. So something to keep in mind when setting a shipping price. Here's the page that lists the levels of fees: hxxp://pages.ebay.com/help/sell/fees.html. Good Luck!
     
  3. gushtaff

    gushtaff Newbie

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    I use a handy little tool called ecal... It's a web based calculator that works it all out depending on the product and hat category it is in.. I personally use it for UK stock but I know there is one for the US and many European countries...

    Search for ecal alta vista in google
     
  4. TeamUnique

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    eBay fees are a bloody rip off IMO! But i guess the exposure is second to none so not alot you can do lol
     
  5. GermantownJoe

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    There used to be a really good calculator for eBay fees called Rolbe, but apparently the guy who ran the website passed away and his site is no longer online, but I now use a different website that is at least fairly similar and pretty user friendly. Just google FeeSnap as one word or feesnap ebay calculator.