eBay sellers pay fees based on the items sold and how a listing is set up. Fee amounts mainly depend on your listing format, your chosen category and whether you have an eBay Store.
eBay fees are the charges that you pay to list and sell your item on eBay. The basic eBay fees are insertion fees, final value fees and optional feature fees. Fees for eBay Stores are different and often lower than standard eBay fees. Find out more about Store subscriptions and packages.
Our store subscription packages were adjusted with updated pricing, additional benefits and new entitlements from 14 February 2017.
Everyone is entitled to 40 free listings every month. Once you’ve used your 40 free listing entitlements, you’ll be charged the following insertion fees for Auction and Fixed Price listings.
|Auction or fixed price
||Standard insertion fees
|Starting price under $100||$1.50|
|Starting price over $100||$3.50|
|Classified Ad||Standard insertion fees|
Different free listing entitlements and fees apply to eBay Store subscribers, read more here.
|Auction and Fixed Price listings|
|9.9% of the total item sale price including postage and handling - to a maximum value of $400*|
* In some categories, the final value fee is different. View the full list of final value fees by category.
eBay Store owners pay different and often lower fees. Find out more about Store subscriptions and packages.
To help you boost your sales, there are a number of optional features you can add to your listings. These include adding a subtitle, promoted listings or scheduling your listing – all of these incur additional fees.
Learn more about Optional feature & subscription fees.
FINAL VALUE FEES
PAYING YOUR INVOICE