This was posted 3 years 4 months 13 days ago, and might be an out-dated deal.

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Get eBay Final Value Fee Credit When Posting on Gumtree & eBay (Limited to Selected Categories, Max of 5 Credits Per Month)


2nd deal, please don't go harsh on me!

Was posting an ad on Gumtree when noticed a promotion for "Free Post to eBay"

Basically, as per the promotion website:

  • List an item in a Qualifying Category on Gumtree via (which must be a completed, legitimate listing);

  • Click the “Free Post to eBay” banner displayed on the Gumtree Listing Confirmation Page and click the “Confirm and import listing” button on (“Click Through”); and

  • list an item that is not in an eBay Excluded Category on and subsequently sell the eBay item within 30 days (“Qualifying Sale”)

to be credited Final Value Fee & Insertion Fee

Some important Terms and Conditions:

  • The Credit will only apply to the first listing within a 24 hour period of the Click Through for a Qualifying Sale during the Promotion Period (e.g. if a seller lists 10 items in a 24 hour period, only the first item will qualify for the Credit). Limited to 5 Credits per Qualifying Seller per Qualifying Sale in each calendar month during the Promotion Period.

  • The Credit will be processed within 30 days of the Qualifying Sale and will appear on the Qualifying Seller’s current or subsequent invoice depending on the billing cycle.

  • Qualifying Sellers may only list an item on Gumtree via in the following “Qualifying Categories”, being eBay categories as specified on Electronics, Parts & Accessories and Baby & Children.

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  • Do you still have the link that directs to this page

  • +1

    This seems to be open to everyone but the last bullet above seems to be a very limiting scope of offer.

    • 99% of ozbargain is electronics.

      • +1

        Obviously a lot of purchasing on ozbargain is electronics but my guess is that ozbargainers selling on ebay have more of a mix of stuff to sell.

  • I did not know that ebay owned gumtree.

    • No competition if you own the competition.

      • Bought very early on though…

        In May 2005, Gumtree was acquired by eBay's classifieds group for an undisclosed sum, however eBay disclosed that it paid a collective $81.6 million for three classified sites - Gumtree, LoQUo, and opusforum (with Gumtree being the largest).

  • +4

    It's always good to have a fee free ebay offer, but there's a lot of hoops to jump through on this one, and frankly I don't trust ebay to process such an offer automatically. They have a pretty bad track record. You'll want to record proof (if you have proof, ebay customer service are good at honouring it).

  • Nice one

  • hmm so if i have ALREADY items listed on gumtree, i have to delete and re post ? lots of work….

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