This was posted 2 years 2 months 7 days ago, and might be an out-dated deal.

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Sundays Only - List Items for Free and Only Pay $1 in Final Value Fees Per Item @ eBay

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Looks like this will be happening every Sunday until the end of the year.

Super Sundays, Sell for $1

Edit: Fee is actually $1.10 incl. GST - Thanks scuderiarmani

The promotion runs from 00:00 (AEST) every Saturday in 2017 to 23.59 (AEST) every Sunday in 2017 (“Promotion Period”).
Items must be listed and available for purchase by 23:59 (AEST) on Sunday in order to qualify for the promotion.

Pay a maximum of $1 in Final Value Fees for any items you list and make available for purchase in a single category during the Promotion Period.

All www.ebay.com.aumembers are eligible to participate in this offer.
Store subscribers are not eligible to participate in this offer.
Sellers whose accounts do not meet eBay’s minimum performances standards are not eligible to participate in this promotion.
All it takes is for AusPost to be a little late delivering your items to not meet minimum standards.

Full T&Cs here.

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  • +2 votes

    For what it's worth, fee was $1.10, they add GST rollseyes

    Outrages me they add a fee for postage costs when the buyer pays too, you'd make a loss on low value items.

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    I understand the FVF is $1 for this promotional period but do you also need to pay listing fees as well or are people combining this promotion with their 40 or 50 free listings each month?

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    I got this but now (Monday) its disappeared from my promotions list. Hope its still works when I sell something

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    Does this deal apply if I create an ad any time during the week but set the starting time to be on Sunday?

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    So Ive got 100% feedback, I've just read all th terms and conditions, (You have to be carefull with Ebay's T&C's), Im ready to sign up to the offer, and its now expired! wtf!

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      I activated and it’s now moved to be expired in the history tab

      I’d say it will go live next weekend again.

      But if expect more offers during the week as Amazon is gearing up.

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    Hello,

    Looking at selling a high value watch.

    What is the safest way to sell and not get scammed?

  • +3 votes

    The link is active again, it will accept the offer for tomorrow 26/11.

  • +1 vote

    worked for me - silly how you need to do this every week…

    Not showing up yet - assume will only show up tomorrow?

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    Affirm
    Live and ready to go.

    Screenshot it to back yourself up if eBays systems have a fit again

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    And it's $1.10, not $1…

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      At least these ones are working automatically without needed an agent to fix. The last ones I needed an agent every item.

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    Need some clarification here. So does that mean I need to list my auction days before this so that the auction end time lands on Sundays in order to qualify this offer? And if I list Buy It Now then I can only do so on Sundays and remove the item before Mondays so my items are not sold after Sundays?

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    I wonder if I can end my listing and relist it again today to qualify?

  • +1 vote

    thanks for this, listed and sold my switch for $1.10 fee today.. saving $40!

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    I think it's already expired

    Unfortunately, you can no longer sign up for this promotional offer because it has expired.

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    Is "List Items for Free" accurate? Because ebay Terms say "The promotion does not apply to Insertion Fees, fees for optional features or upgrades or any other fees that may be applicable." Non-business accounts, however, may get 40 (or other) free listings/month.

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    Is it mandatory to accept PayPal as payment for this offer ?
    I dont see PayPal mentioned in the T&Cs on the eBay site or in this deal.. and Ive never sold on eBay before.

    I always try and buy stuff with PayPal - but I am a little wary of selling and accepting PayPal in case a buyer tries and does a dodgy claim like saying they never received an item even if they collected it from me.
    Does that happen often ? Ive heard PayPal is very buyer biased (which I like as a buyer, but not so much as a seller).

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