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Using Combined Payments
Combined payments enable buyers to check out once for multiple items from a seller. As a seller, you offer combined payments based on a period of time. It is recommended that you allow buyers to send a combined payment within 30 days. This makes it easier for buyers to check out. Buyers will need to check out separately for any item purchased after the 30 day period.
Advantages for Sellers
Note: To offer combined shipping discounts, you must offer combined payments.
Advantages for Buyers
Note: In order to combine payments on a single invoice, you'll need to wait until you have won all your items before completing checkout.
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Turning on eBay Checkout
To turn on eBay Checkout:
Sending a Combined Invoice
You can receive a single payment for multiple purchases from the same buyer by sending a combined invoice.
To send a combined invoice to a particular buyer:
Note: You can send a combined invoice for an item regardless of your "Pay Now" preference setting. If your current preference is to "Show Pay Now button for PayPal only", sending an invoice will enable the Pay Now button for those items.
Adding Items to an Existing Invoice
To add items to an invoice, you must first uncombine the existing invoice.
To add items purchased to an existing invoice:
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