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eBay Groups

eBay Groups are a great way to connect with other members who share your interests. Join an existing group, or lead your own.

Features and benefits

When you participate in an eBay Group, you can:

  • Create an online dialogue about your favorite eBay topic in the Group discussion boards.

  • Create and display your own announcements on the Group's Home page.

  • Invite members to join your group.

Finding a group

To get to the eBay Groups, click the Community link at the bottom of most eBay pages, and then click the Groups link.

To find a group, you can browse or search:

  • Browse: If you don't have a particular group in mind, browse through the group directory to find one that looks interesting.

  • Search: You can also find a group by typing a keyword in the search box on the Groups page.

Joining or leaving a group

To join an existing group: When you find a group that interests you, click the Join Group button.

To leave a group: Go to your group page. Under the Group Options link, click the Leave Group link.

Types of groups

Groups can be open or closed.

Type of group

How it works


  • Any registered member can join

  • Anyone can look at content and discussions

  • Moderated by a group leader.

  • Best for attracting large numbers of members such as hosting an event or sale. Advertising is permitted.


  • Registered eBay members can request to join the group and the leader must approve new members. Leaders or another group member can invite new members to join the group.

Creating your own group

To start your own group:
  1. Click the "Log in" link at the top left of the main group page.

  2. Click the Start Group button located at the top right.

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