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Ebay no listing fees till July 12

Discussion in 'Ebay' started by suave, Jun 30, 2010.

  1. suave

    suave Regular Member

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    That's right no insertion fees till July 12 maximum of 100 items, good way to make some extra cash, so go and post till your fingers hurt
    Regards
    Suave
     
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  2. IGKing

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  3. consciousnesscreates

    consciousnesscreates Power Member

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    Does this include buy it now?
     
  4. bhnoob

    bhnoob Newbie

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    No, It has to be Auction style. Directly from eBay:

    "Starting June 29, 2010, list your items for free?no Insertion Fees, regardless of the start price of your item. Just list them Auction-style with no reserve price"
     
  5. suave

    suave Regular Member

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    I'm still using the buy it now option is only 5 cents and just sold two items a couple of minutes ago I listed 10 item yesterday I don't mind paying the few cents if the items are selling right now and I don't have to wait till the end of the auction.
    good luck go selllllllll
    Suave
     
  6. rockz

    rockz Newbie

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    I am trying to list my domain name for auction with $99 starting price,
    it's charged $1.00 for listing fee.

    Free?
     
  7. TheViceroy

    TheViceroy BANNED BANNED

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    I'm pretty sure that the promotion only applies to physical items that are delivered by mail... not virtual items.