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eBay $1 Selling Fees - Limit 5 Listings

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Oct 2, 2005
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PerformingAzura wrote: You're ineligible for this promotional offer because sellers from your country of residence are not included in this promotion.
Must have Canadian billing address.
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Jul 13, 2016
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I ended one listing and relisted the item. How can I see if the promo has been correctly applied?
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Oct 21, 2003
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Toronto
emilio911 wrote: I ended one listing and relisted the item. How can I see if the promo has been correctly applied?
Click My Ebay > Selling and at the bottom right corner under promotional offers, you will see the item numbers eligible for the promotion.

Ending a listing and relisting WILL work.
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Jun 29, 2017
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Looking to confirm that I don't need to charge sales tax on my ebay listing. It's my first listing in a few years, so this is a new option. I'm pretty sure it's aimed at people who's business involves selling on ebay, but would like to confirm.
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Oct 2, 2005
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robfun wrote: Looking to confirm that I don't need to charge sales tax on my ebay listing. It's my first listing in a few years, so this is a new option. I'm pretty sure it's aimed at people who's business involves selling on ebay, but would like to confirm.
You only need to charge sales tax if your annual sales are over $30,000.
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Oct 2, 2005
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Edit:
You only need to charge GST if your annual sales are over $30,000. Some provinces have lower thresholds for PST.
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Jun 6, 2007
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Oshawa
T_Ruff wrote: Instead of 10% of the final value eBay will charge $1 + tax. They usually also take 10% of the shipping fee, so I'm not sure if that still applies since most sellers will just factor in the shipping cost and offer free shipping so there's no eBay charge on the shipping. The PayPal fee still applies: $0.30 + 2.9% of the payment.
If a buyer pays with a gift card, does the PayPal fee still apply? Will eBay always take a payment processing fee regardless of payment method?
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Jul 23, 2007
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Vancouver
Time to sell my garbage thanks
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Dec 20, 2010
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soultakerxi wrote: If a buyer pays with a gift card, does the PayPal fee still apply? Will eBay always take a payment processing fee regardless of payment method?
eBay doesn't take a processing fee for the payment, only the final value on the item and shipping.
However, if the buyer is using an eBay gift card eBay will have to get you the money somehow and I imagine that would be PayPal and then I assume you're in the same boat with PayPal fees.
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Dec 14, 2008
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Ottawa
Not understanding what people mean when they say "include the shipping price in the item price". How am I supposed to know where a buyer will be from and how much it is to ship to that buyer before I even get a buyer? Thanks!
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Dec 5, 2005
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YYC
Gunnerheadboy wrote: Not understanding what people mean when they say "include the shipping price in the item price". How am I supposed to know where a buyer will be from and how much it is to ship to that buyer before I even get a buyer? Thanks!
You won't know where your buyer is from so using free shipping is only a way towards losing money IMHO. I never use the Canada Post rates only flat shipping so I can adjust the amount for fees and packing materials.

You need to have your item weighed and boxed, then estimate the rate on Canada Post and put in 3 different flat rate shipping items: Canada, USA, and International.

Even shipping across Canada yields different rates: AB to BC or SK is significantly cheaper than shipping to the East, so you also need to take that into account for your Canada flat rate. I put it higher and then if someone close buys my item I will send them a small refund for shipping overcharge.
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Nov 7, 2013
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Thank you op
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