Selecting the best selling format for your item is key to having the greatest success with your sale. Consider:
How the format works
The listing duration
eBay services such as Feedback and what type of protection is offered if you have problems
You can only list one item per listing (or multiple items, as a "lot").
Your listing appears in the eBay category (or categories) you choose and in search results.
If you choose to add a Buy It Now price, it must be at least 30% higher than the auction starting price.
You may be charged an insertion fee to list your item.
You're charged a final value fee after the sale.
There are fees for optional advanced listing upgrades (such as adding a Buy It Now price) and supplemental services.
See fees for selling on eBay for details.
You can include the Best Offer option in your fixed price listing and choose among buyers who name their highest offer.
You can offer one item or multiple items for sale at the Buy It Now price any time during the listing.
You can list multiple items with variations in a single listing.
You may be charged an insertion fee to list your item. When applicable, insertion fees are charged every 30-day period for Good 'Til Cancelled listings.
There are fees for optional advanced listing upgrades and supplemental services.
The insertion fee for Classified Ads varies by category. For example, there are different fees for vehicle ads on eBay Motors.
There's no final value fee, unless you sell an item using Best Offer in the Motors category, or you sell an item in the Services category.
See fees for selling on eBay for full details.
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Getting started selling on eBay
Selecting a category
Selling with Best Offer
Creating a listing with variations