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We keep the fees simple, so you can focus on your business.

 

What Are eBay Seller Fees?

Whenever you list the items or make a sale, you will be paying seller fees to eBay. eBay fees include:

 

Insertion Fees

When you create a listing, eBay charges a fee. This is called Insertion Fee. Every month you get 200 Zero Insertion Fee Listings on ebay.com (USA). 

Insertion fee:

  • Varies depending on the eBay site you choose, listing format, and product category
  • Applies to both fixed-price and auction-style listings
    Non-refundable if your item doesn’t sell
  • Is charged per listing and per category. So, if you list your item in two categories, you’ll pay an insertion fee for the second category too
  • Is charged for the original listing and each time you choose to relist your item
  • Is charged per listing if you create Duplicate Auction-style Listings for similar items
  • Is charged only once per listing for listings with multiple items

For most of the categories the insertion fee on ebay.com (USA) site is $0.35 per listing.

Good ‘Til Cancelled Listings:  These are fixed price listings that renew automatically once per calendar month. eBay charges the Insertion Fees and applicable Optional Listing Upgrade Fees (e.g., for using a bold font or subtitles) when you list your item for the first time, and each time it renews. These listings count towards your monthly Zero Insertion Fee Listings. Fee amounts are based on the terms in effect when the listing goes live and when it renews.

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Final Value Fees (Commission on sales)

eBay charges Final Value Fees when your items sell.

  • This fee is usually paid at the end of the transaction and is calculated as a percentage of the total amount of the sale. The total amount of the sale is the amount the buyer pays, including any shipping and handling charges. Sales tax isn’t included in the calculation.
  • The Final Value Fee is charged, whether the buyer makes payment or not. If you did not receive payment, you can either cancel the sale or report the sale as being unpaid to be eligible for a final value fee credit.
  • For most of the categories, sellers will pay a 10% to 12% (maximum fee US$750 per item) final value fee depending on the categories or products.
  • Additional final value fees are applied if you violate our policy of buying or selling outside of eBay or you did not meet our seller performance standards.

Learn more about Final Value Fee

Optional Listing Upgrades

When you choose upgrades to your listing, eBay charges you an additional fee.
Optional upgrades help your listings to stand out. You’ll pay a fee for these, regardless of whether your item sells. Optional listing upgrades includes:

  • Listing in a second category
  • Subtitle beneath your listings title in search
  • Buy it now added to an auction in some categories
  • Schedule listings

Learn more about Optional Listing Upgrades

eBay Stores

We offer different level of store subscriptions. All eBay store levels provide access to powerful promotional tools and insights to grow your business.

When you have an eBay Store subscription, you get more listings with Zero Insertion Fees and pay lower Final Value Fees, compared to selling without a Store.

eBay offers different level starting from Starter, basic, premium, anchor and enterprise store. You can choose the store level basis your business requirement.

Learn more about eBay stores

Paying Your Fees

If you choose to promote your listing, you’ll pay a fee (a percentage of a sale price) when a customer clicks or taps on your ad and then buys the item within 30 days. and you’ll only be charged for the ad if your item sells. You choose an ad rate between 1% – 100% of the item’s sale price and ad fee is calculated on sale price excluding any shipping charges and taxes. Promoted Listings is only available to Above Standard and Top Rated sellers with recent sales activity.

Paying Your Fees:

We make it easy to keep track of your fees through a single monthly invoice. Your eBay invoice breaks down fee types, charges and what you need to pay.  Your invoice will show:

  • New fees Insertion fees
  • Final value fees
  • Advanced listing upgrade fees
  • Subscription and onetime fees
  • Promoted listing fees
  • Discounts and refunds

You can access your invoice in the Account tab of My eBay.

Payment methods we accept to pay invoices are:

  • Automatic Payment Method (Direct debit) – Once you’ve set up your automatic payment method, we’ll collect whatever you owe automatically within 15 days of you receiving the invoice.
  • Onetime payment (OTP) Method – You can manually initiate a one-time payment on your eBay seller account by direct Credit Card.