Fees and Features
Pricing updates are now in effect
To improve the visibility of sought-after merchandise—and help sellers increase their sales—eBay has updated fees and some listing features. This will assist sellers in choosing the most effective listing formats and durations.
Review your listing strategy and apply these best practices for greater selling success and to help save on fees. Updates include unlimited insertion fee credits for auction-style listings that end in a sale2 and adjustments to monthly allotments.
New Everyday Rate Plans
Effective May 1, 2015
Now, receive unlimited insertion fee credits for auction-style listings that end in a sale (exclusions apply2).
Check out our 2015 Spring Seller Update for complete details.
Check fees and performance
* “Free” means that no insertion fees will be charged for a specified allotment of monthly listings which vary according to whether you have chosen our Everyday Rates or one of our subscription model stores. Optional feature fees and final value fees apply. Excludes some listing styles and categories. See details.
1Optional fees and final value fees still apply. You’re charged one insertion fee per listing, per category, regardless of the quantity of items, for any duration including Good ’Til Cancelled. Good ’Til Cancelled listings count towards your monthly allotment of insertion free listings upon renewal every 30 days and may incur insertion fees and optional fees upon renewal. Terms are subject to change.
2Motors Vehicles, Real Estate, Classified Ads, Heavy Equipment, Concession Trailers & Carts, Imaging & Aesthetics Equipment, and Commercial Printing Presses are excluded.
3Collectibles includes listings in the following categories: Antiques, Art, Coins & Paper Money, Collectibles, Dolls & Bears, Entertainment Memorabilia, Pottery & Glass, Sports Memorabilia, Cards & Fan Shop, Stamps, Toys & Hobbies.
4Motors Vehicles, Real Estate, and Classified Ads are excluded.