About our fees
Fees for selling on eBay
Find out what it costs to list and sell items.
Fees for business sellers on eBay.co.uk
Different fees apply for sellers registered as a business on eBay.co.uk.
Fees for selling on eBay Motors
Selling a vehicle, part, or accessory? Learn about the fees for selling on eBay Motors.
Fees for eBay Shops
For a monthly subscription fee, you get an online store and qualify for reduced fees for Shop Inventory listings.
Fees for Classified Ads
Find out what it costs to place an ad for an item, service, or property.
Paying your fees
Paying your seller fees
Find out how to pay your fees and when payments are due.
Viewing your account activity
See your current balance, along with any fees, credits, or payments applied to your account.
Making sense of your invoice
Find out what your invoice means and how to get more detail.
Payment due dates
Learn about your invoice billing cycle and automatic payment cycle.
Making a one-time payment
Even with an automatic payment method on file, sellers can use PayPal or other method to make a one-time payment.
Setting up automatic payments
Learn how to set up or change your automatic payment method.
Updating your credit or debit card information
Sellers can use My eBay to keep credit and debit card information current.
Solving credit and debit card problems
Sometimes we request information if there are any credit or debit card issues. Make sure such requests are from eBay and not spoof (fake) emails.
Changing your billing currency
Select your preferred currency to pay your seller fees.
Receiving credits & refunds
Requesting a refund
You can request a refund if your credit balance is greater than $1.00.
Receiving insertion fee credits
If your item doesn’t sell and you relist it, you might qualify for a credit.
Requesting final value fee credits
In some circumstances we’ll credit your account for these fees.
eBay for Charity fee credits
We’ll credit part of your Insertion and Final Value fees when you donate to a charity.