If you post more than 200 listings per month, you can save on eBay fees by running your own eBay Store. The benefits you see will vary depending on the type of Store subscription you choose, and this article will help you make the best choice.
When you have an eBay Store subscription, you get more listings with Zero Insertion Fees and pay lower Final Value Fees, compared to selling without a Store. Keep in mind, eBay charges an Insertion Fee when you create a listing, and a Final Value Fee when your item sells. You also get access to additional tools to manage and promote your business.
The rest of the fee structure is the same as for non-Store subscribers. The amount eBay charges for Store subscribers depends on the Item's Price, the format and Category you choose for your listing, any optional listing upgrades you add (keep in mind that they're always chargeable, but it's up to you whether or not to use them), your Store subscription package, and your Seller Level and Performance.
How to choose an eBay Store package
When you open an eBay Store on ebay.com, you'll choose a Store package:
Before you open an eBay Store, you'll need an eBay Seller Account with an automatic payment method on file.
You can also choose one of 2 Store Subscription duration:
- Monthly subscription (with a one month term that automatically renews monthly)
- Yearly subscription (with a one year term that automatically renews yearly)
When you first subscribe, you'll choose between automatic monthly or yearly renewals. For either option, eBay charges the subscription fee on a monthly basis.