Selling multiple items
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Selling multiple items in a single listing
You can sell multiple items in a single listing if:
You want to sell a group of items to a single buyer
You have multiple identical items to sell to multiple buyers
You have multiple variations of an item to sell to multiple buyers
To sell a group of items to a single buyer, you can create an Auction or Fixed Price listing. It is important to let potential buyers know that you are selling your items as a lot. For example, if you wanted to sell four matching bowls as a single set, you'd include "lot of 4 bowls" in the title and description.
If you have multiple identical items to sell, you can save time and money by selling them together in a single Fixed Price listing.
You can also list multiple variations of an item – such as a T-shirt in various sizes and colours – in a single Fixed Price listing with variations.
Tip: Selling multiple items in a single Fixed Price listing can improve your standing in search results.
How it works
When listing your item, select the Fixed Price tab, enter the Buy It Now price, and then enter the number of items for sale in the Quantity field.
Tip: If you don't see the Fixed Price tab or can't enter a number in the Quantity field, verify that you meet the requirement.
Buyers purchase one or more of your items by clicking the Buy It Now button in your listing. Buyers can keep buying your items until they run out or the listing ends.
Buyers can keep buying your items until they run out or the listing ends.
Tip: If you're selling multiple items in a single listing, it often pays to choose a longer duration, such as 10-day, 30-day, or Good 'Til Cancelled.
Note: The process for listing multiple variations of an item has additional steps. Learn more about listing items with variations.
The fine print
Listing more than one identical item in a format other than Fixed Price (and avoiding paying fees for more than one listing) isn't allowed on eBay. Find out more about avoiding multiple listing fees.