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$1 Final Value Fee for The Next 5 Items You Sell @ eBay

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Recieved an email this morning, looks like the $1 final value fee promo is back again. Valid for 2 weeks from when you click accept. Saved about $90 from the last offer.

If you haven't manually been sent an offer, click the link to see if you're eligible.

  • $1 final value fee offers only apply to the 5 listings you list/relist, not when they actually sell. So once you click accept offer, you have to carefully pick what 5 listings you want to list/relist to take advantage of this offer, as these promos will only apply to those.
  • You are only eligible for this promotion if it appears in the “Promotional offers” sections of your My eBay account.
  • Pay a maximum of $1 in Final Value Fees for FIVE items you list and make available for purchase in a single category during the Promotion Period (see exclusions below).
  • Final Value Fees are the selling fees charged on sale of an item, calculated as a percentage of your total sale price.
  • Once you have accepted the offer, the promotion will be automatically assigned to your account and will be visible within My eBay .

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  • Why not me

    I've been a wonderful seller and a great HOSTESS WELCOME TO MY STORE NSHIT

    WHY WONT THEY GIVE ME THOSE OFFERS 😭😭😭😭😭

    • Oh wait, nothing was in the app but the link applied the offer to my account.

      Thanks OP , LOVE YOU 😍🙏🙏

  • Oh finally, an offer that actually applies. Has been over a year since it last worked.

  • Not targeted this time around

  • Eligible! Thanks OP.

  • does anyone know where the offer is 'stored' as an active offer in your My eBay: Summary page?

    There used to be a section where it listed offers you have accepted along with a count of how many times it was redeemed & the range of dates it covered

    • go to My eBay Selling > Overview
      Scroll all the way down close to the bottom, there'll be an area that says "Selling promotions" and "Monthly selling limits"

    • It's at the bottom of the Selling/Sold page (on desktop). You may need to switch to classic view
      Edit: It's on the new selling overview too

    • Strangely, it wasn't at the bottom of my Selling overview page. I had to open the notification from my Messages Inbox and accept it from there, and now it's appeared as a valid offer.

  • Just sold a near $400 item 15 mins ago, now I see this and I'm eligible lol… rip
    Still got a few more things to sell though, thanks OP

  • Thanks, eligible. Just relisted the 2 items I have for sale.

  • Just sell on Facebook Marketplace, no fees

    • Marketplace works fine just for local listings like gumtree. Doesnt reach as wide of an audience compared to eBay. Tried to list some UGGs for sale on marketplace but kept getting taken down cause they think they're counterfeit for some reason.

    • What about for more expensive items that need to be posted? there is no real protection for the buyer against being scammed so not sure you can reach the same audience as ebay.

  • Just open a new account wait a month and you get 3 months of free selling

  • finally got this after all this time!

  • Unfortunately, this promotional offer is not available to you.

    😢

  • You've accepted the offer :Make More On Your Next 5 Sales

    Unberfrigginbelievable. There is a God. Cheers op.

  • Finally works for me, thanks

  • Thanks, OK, got a couple of high-value items to sell. Was going to use the Gumtree trick, but that would mean putting up with the Gumtree scammers, too.

    • Just pray that you don't get hit by an eBay scammer, it's always a risk selling high value items on eBay unfortunately.

      • Any recommendations for the best way to sell high value items but not by pick-up? ebay is very quick to side with the buyer and scammers seem to exploit that. Thanks.

        • I was doing some research myself a while ago, this comment on reddit has some great tips
          https://www.reddit.com/r/Ebay/comments/655lp7/tips_for_selli...

        • Maybe I've been lucky but what I do is I look at the buyer's feedback and how long they're been a member. If a buyer is relatively new and has no feedback I will send them a direct message through eBay asking them to confirm the sale, postal address, etc. I have my seller settings set to 3 days before shipping so I have that amount of grace time before I need to do something. If I have no response from the buyer by then I just issue a refund to them. I keep it all within the eBay ecosystem so it's tracked and if someone complains it's all there. I've done that three times now, and always for a high-value item: two have received a refund, one person confirmed they were new at the eBay experience and appreciated my reaching out to them to help.

  • Thanks OP worked for me!

  • Thanks OP worked.for me too

  • Awesome deal OP. Saved me heaps.

  • beware clicking the link will automatically accept it if you didn't want to activate it right now

  • " FIVE items you list and make available for purchase in a single category" ….means all items must be in same catgory, i.e video card?

  • Miss those days when they have $1 final value fees on the weekends

  • If list during the promo period (in this case 2 weeks) but sold only after promo period, still $1 or normal final fees apply ? How does it work ? Thanks all…

    • If you post the listing as "Good till cancelled"

      Good ‘Til Cancelled listings created during the Promotion Period will be eligible for the promotion only until the listing automatically re-lists.

      "Good till cancelled" listings relist itself after 30 days, so you'll have only that period of time to sell it, once it auto-relists, you lose the promo on that listing.

  • Unfortunately, this promotional offer is by invitation only.

  • i got a $0 final for next 2, not $1 for 5

  • Worked for me. Awesome

  • I didn't get it offered, but clicked the link and it worked! Thanks OP!

  • Worked - thank you!

  • Yeah got the email yesterday and already listed 4 items(surfacebook2, nikon d750, dell laptop, nikon 85mm lens) to sell. was waiting for it.

  • +1 vote

    ebay fees are worse. i am moving to facebook marketplace. never look back.

    • A neg on a deal that can save people hundreds of bucks because you personally don't like paying fees for a global platform that has a wider reach than a platform designed to be local classifieds? 😂 Yea alright mate

      • Facebook is bigger mate

        • Facebook is local mate, my sales ratio from the past 30 days from ebay compared to marketplace is about 8-2. I'd rather move 4x the stock then communicate and plan for the buyer to pick up from my home…

  • This is full of crap. Still pay PayPal fees regardless.

  • This promotion is confusing, as sometimes it is the exact first 5 items you list after accepting the promotion (and could click on the 5 to see the listing ID) and sometimes it is the first 5 items that sell out of any items you have listed after accepting the promotion (and counter wouldn't update until they sold). This time the counter changed but now is saying "It's a hidden counter." when clicking to see which listing IDs are part of the 5. This means if you end up selling some low value items then may go over the 5 items before selling a high value item where it really matters to be part of the 5.

    • I ran into the same issue so i decided to contact support and see what's happening.
      So turns out all $1 final value fee offers only apply to the first 5 listings you list/relist, not when they actually sell. So once you click accept offer, you have to carefully pick what 5 listings you want to list/relist to take advantage of this offer, as these promos will only apply to those.

  • There's now a second round of the offer.

    Starts 15 Aug 2020 at 23:47:48 AEST
    Ends 28 Aug 2020 at 23:59:59 AEST

  • This "Make More On Your Next 5 Sales" promo appeared in the “Promotional offers” sections of My eBay so I listed a pair of jeans. I only have this one listing so when does the 'used' column get tallied? After listing (waited a few hours), it's sitting at 0 😒

    • It only counts if the item gets sold, but it shouldn't say 0. If you accepted the offer and hasnt used any of the 5 sale promos, it should just say "5 Remaining" under selling promos.

      • I have not used any of the 5 promos, except for the one listing for a pair of jeans. The 'used' column remains at 0, the 'left' column is 5. I assume this is normal? i.e. it will be tallied when sold??

        • Actually I think the number decreases when you list/relist a listing after you've accepted the offer. Read the highlighted text in one of my last replies or in the OP. But it should look like this

          $1 final value fee offers only apply to the first 5 listings you list/relist, not when they actually sell. So once you click accept offer, you have to carefully pick what 5 listings you want to list/relist to take advantage of this offer, as these promos will only apply to those.

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