Following the success of the recent eBay Listing Week promotion for business sellers, eBay are running it again. Established business sellers invited to participate will get 100 free listings & £1 Final value fees.
To take part in the eBay Listing Week you must first activate your exclusive invitation-only offer – if you have been invited to the promotion then you can activate the offer here. Then, list up to 100 free listings before the 25th of May, and you’ll pay a maximum of £1 in final value fees on those items sold within 30 days of listing.
The aim is to attract new inventory to eBay which converts and generates sales. This May eBay Listing Week promotion is by invitation only and certain category restrictions, as well as promotion Terms & Conditions, will apply.
For a long time, we’ve heard complaints from business sellers that all of the listing promotions were aimed at private sellers, so this is your opportunity to grab some free listings and limit final value fees to £1. With fees in many categories around 10%, make use of this promotion for listing stock with a high final value for maximum savings – there’s no point listing stock under the promotion if the final value fee would normally be about £1 or less anyway.
Last eBay Listing Week promotion I was charged full fees, not £1?
We’ve heard a few people who took part last time say that the full final value fees were charged. Please note that if an item qualifies for the Promotion, when the item sells, the full FVF will be charged during the Promotion Period. The discount will be credited to your account within 30 days of transaction date.
Free insertion fees discount will be automatically credited to your account once listing is created. You can read the full terms and conditions here.