eBay Business Seller Promo – £2 Cap Final Value Fees

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There’s a new eBay business seller promo kicking off today offering a £2 Cap Final Value Fees on new listings.

There’s a limit to the first 100 transactions per seller and you’ll need to opt in (you’re likely to receive an invite so long as you’re not below standard and are actively selling).

Looking at this logically, a £2 cap on final value fees represents 10% fees on a £20 product as the break even mark. So if you click the opt in for this eBay business seller promo, make sure you have your most expensive products lined up ready to list to get maximum savings. £2 cap on fees that would have been £2 anyway isn’t that attractive – £2 cap on a £100 product where fees would have been £10 is attractive. This is a chance to list your highest price inventory if you want to see maximum savings when you get a sale.

To take part in this eBay business seller promo, you’ll need to have been invited to take part in the Promotion and have actively opted in via the RSVP link in the email or Seller Hub page before the 14th of December 2020. This gives you a week to get your high priced inventory lined up and ready to go live.

Listings will qualify for this business seller Promo on items sold and paid for within 30 days from listing.

Full T’s and C’s available on eBay for Business. Don’t forget you have to actively opt in to this promotion when you want it to start and the deadline is a week today!

5 Responses

  1. Give us a small opportunity to compete with the fabled few with the always 15% and 20% discount codes.

  2. I never understand why these promotions don’t show as being used where it says 0/100 used/left. Is the difference credited the following month?

  3. Jobberman where it says 0/100. If you listed 10 items in the promotion it would say 0/90. If one of the 10 items you listed sold it would say 1/90.
    I think somewhere you can get a list of what items you have sold in the promotion.

  4. @sam, it is not as good as they make out. I have been part of the 20% off promotion a couple of times now. And yes get very good sales while it is on, you get the full price for your item. But then have to pay ebay back 10%, plus full fees are charged and when you download your sales history or create a invoice it shows as full price.
    So have to pay VAT on the full price and causes confusion with customers as some don’t check their bank/Paypal to see what they have paid.

  5. Hello,
    does anyone know when the deadline is. Was it midnight on Sunday?
    Or midnight tonight? (Monday)

    Tia

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