Buy It Now: fixed price listings
With a fixed-price Buy It Now listing, a buyer knows the exact price they need to pay for your item, and can complete their purchase immediately. There is no bidding on fixed-price listings.
Fixed-price listings are set to Good ’Til Canceled duration by default. This means your item will be relisted on eBay every month until it sells or until you end it.
Buy It Now option: auctions
When you add a Buy It Now option to auction-style listings, buyers can either purchase your item right away at the Buy It Now price or place a bid. In most categories, the Buy It Now price must be at least 30% higher than the auction price.
When someone bids, the Buy It Now option usually disappears; however, in the case of reserve price listings, the Buy It Now option remains until the reserve price is met. In some categories, the Buy It Now option may continue to be available after the first bid for a limited time.
Setting your Buy It Now price
To set your Buy It Now price using the quick listing form - opens in new window or tab, enter it in the Choose a format and price section. If you use the business tool - opens in new window or tab, you’ll enter the price in the Selling details section.
To sell an item at a fixed price, your feedback score must be 0 or higher, and the item you’re listing must be priced at $0.99 or higher.
How to change the Buy It Now price
You can lower the Buy It Now price for fixed-price Buy It Now listings and for auction listings with no more than 12 hours left and no bids.
To lower your price:
- Find your listing in My eBay - opens in new window or tab or Seller Hub - opens in new window or tab.
- From More actions, select Revise.
- Change the price, then select Revise it.
Adding Best Offer to your listings
Let your buyers know you’re willing to negotiate by adding Best Offer to your listing. This allows you to work out a price that’s agreeable to you both on some Buy It Now listings.