When eBay manages payments, your selling fees and other charges are deducted automatically from your available funds before they are paid out to you. We charge two main types of selling fees for most listings: an insertion fee when you list an item, and a final value fee when your item sells.How much does it cost to list an item on eBay?
Beyond that, the “insertion fee” (or “listing fee”) for most categories is $0.35 per listing. See category details. Also known as “selling fees”. Once your item sells, you’ll be charged a percentage of an item’s total sale price. For most categories, the final value fee is 12.55% or lower plus a $0.30 transaction fee.Why do I have to pay a final value fee on eBay?
You may be charged final value fees if you violate our policy of buying or selling outside of eBay, or we may apply additional final value fees if you are not meeting our performance expectations. , you'll be charged a final value fee based on the total amount of the sale even if your item doesn't sell.Do you have to pay an insertion fee on eBay?
After you've used your zero insertion fee allowance, insertion fees are: Charged per listing and per category. So, if you list your item in two categories, you'll pay an insertion fee for the second category too Charged per listing if you create duplicate auction-style listings for identical items. Read more about our Duplicate listings policy