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Fees, credits, and invoices overview

The fees we charge for selling an item on eBay mainly depend on what you sell and how much it sells for. If you're a non-managed payments seller, we'll send you a monthly invoice, and you can pay by PayPal, credit card, or direct debit.

If you’re a managed payments seller, most of your fees are automatically deducted from your Available funds. Some managed payments sellers will still receive a monthly invoice. If you don’t receive a monthly invoice, you can view the details of your fees in Payment options - opens in new window or tab in My eBay or your financial statement - opens in new window or tab in Seller Hub.

  1. eBay selling fees & credits
  2. Billing, payments, and credits
  3. Other non-eBay fees

eBay selling fees & credits

The exact cost of selling an item is based on the types of items you sell, how your listing is set up, and whether or not you have an eBay Store.


Billing, payments, and credits

When you start selling, we'll ask you to set up billing details and a payment method for your monthly invoice, but you can change them at any time. You can keep track of all your selling fees, payments you've made, and any credits you've received, as well as your monthly invoices in My eBay.


Other non-eBay fees

Keep in mind that there are other charges that you may be responsible for that aren't part of eBay, such as fees for using PayPal if you're a non-managed payments seller, or taxes on your eBay sales.

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