According to the links below from eBay, you pay no listing fee for the first 100 items per month that you list on eBay for under $1.
It is very important to pay close attention to the restrictions of this listed in bold above.
Key takeaway from this deal
For me, the key takeaway from this change on eBay fees is that this will significantly reduce the financial barrier to listing household items that I simply want to unload and sell (when I don’t really care what the minimum price is that is sells for).
However, if I am running an eBay business, the $0.99 maximum starting bid could get me in trouble by not allowing me to make any profit from a sale, in the event that not enough bids come in.
How about you all? Will this change in fees influence you to sell more on eBay? Will it influence you to steer away from sales on Amazon?
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