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eBay Spring 2020 Seller Release: eBay Motor listings fees changes

By Chris Dawson February 26, 2020 - 4:21 pm

eBay are bumping eBay Motor listings fees for vehicles from the 1st of April 2020, for business sellers. This change will take effect for all vehicles listed, relisted or renewed from April onwards.

eBay Motor listings fees for Business sellers

Listing fee type

Current

1 April 2020

Classified Ad £17.99 £17.99
Fixed Price £10.99 £13.99
Auction listing £10.99 £13.99
Auction reserve £8.99 £9.99

The above pricing is for Business sellers only and excludes VAT. For more information on upcoming fee changes for Private sellers, see the Private seller fees page.

Why are eBay changing our eBay Motor listings fees?

eBay say that they have reviewed eBay Motor listings fees to allow them to continue investing in the platform to help us keep delivering strong levels of enquiries for vehicles advertised for sale. They say that even with the changes, eBay’s fees are still competitive compared to other platforms.

eBay point out that eBay Motors lets you connect with some of the 26 million active users visiting eBay.co.uk every month and use powerful listing tools to list quickly and easily across the whole platform.

eBay also say that for maximum exposure, you may benefit from listing with the wider eBay Motors Group network including eBay, Gumtree and Motors.co.uk. It’s worth noting that there could be some significant changes coming to eBay Motors if, as it would appear, the eBay Classifieds Group which in the UK includes Gumtree and Motors.co.uk are sold off.

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