It's a snap to start selling

Sell Women's Jeans to make extra cash
Sell Yours
Women's Jeans

See How Much You Could Get for Your Women's Jeans

Average sales price
$0.99-$140
Percentage successful sale for different price ranges for the past 90 days
Price RangesPercentage of successful sale in the last 90 days
$0.99 ‐ $20100.00%
$20 ‐ $4055.00%
$40 ‐ $6016.00%
$60 ‐ $807.00%
$80 ‐ $1004.00%
$100 ‐ $1200.00%
$120 ‐ $1400.00%
Similar itemsSimilar items sold in the last 90 days
Price ranges are estimated based on similar items that were sold in the past 90 days. No guarantee of sale or sale price. Fees excluded.
free

Start listing for free

Your first 50 listings each month are on us. There's a fee, only when your item sells.

money

Get it sold, make money

It's the right time to sell. Every 19 seconds, an item is sold in Women's Jeans.

trending

Sell it while it's hot

Items in Women's Jeans gets 199,791 views every day. You might have exactly what they want!

 

Selling Basics

How does selling work?

List - Take quality photos, write a clear description, and follow our price and shipping recommendations.  Learn more
Ship - Once it sells and the buyer pays, print  a shipping label from eBay right at home and enjoy a discounted  shipping rate of up to 25% off. You can also sell your item with local  pickup.  Learn more
Get Paid - After the buyer pays, your earnings will be deposited into your linked PayPal account.  Learn more  

Is it really free to list?

You can list up to 50 items for free every  month! There’s a small fee based on the final price that applies only  when your item sells.   Learn more about selling fees    

What are some listing best practices?

Aside from having high-quality photos and  descriptions, following our price recommendation, and allowing buyers to  make offers are the two best ways to attract more buyers.   Check out more selling best practices    

Not sure what to sell?

Don’t worry! We know what buyers are looking for. Check out  items making top-dollar and   what’s trending now   

Still have questions?

Check out our  Help page for more information on selling or contact  Customer Service  

 How to Properly Measure Women's Jeans

  1. Waist: Measure flat across the back waistband from one side to the other with the natural dip. Double the number to get actual waist size.
  2. Inseam: Measure from the crotch seam to the bottom of the leg on the inside seam.
  3. Outseam: Measure from the bottom of the leg to the upper edge of the waistband.
  4. Leg Opening: Measure across the leg opening from side to side then double the number.
  5. Front Rise: Measure from the crotch seam to the top of the front waistband.
  6. Back Rise: Similar to the front rise, measure from the crotch seam to the top of the back waistband.
  7.  Hips: Measure across the base of the zipper from edge to edge then double the number.

The "Rise" Options: General GuidelinesUltra-Low Rise:  7" Rise or Less.  Sits several inches below navel (waistband sits 4-5" below the navel), approx. 1-2" zipper.

  • Low Rise:  7 - 9 1/2" Rise.  Sits below navel (waistband sits 2-3" below navel), approx. 2 1/2 - 4 " zipper.
  • Mid-Rise:  9 - 11" Rise. Sits at or just below navel (waistband sits just below navel), approx. 4 1/2 - 6" zipper.
  • Classic Rise (High Rise):  10 1/2 -12" Rise. Sits just below the waist at the navel.
  • High Waisted:  12" Rise or Greater.  Sits at the waist, above the navel.

Whether a Jean/Pant is considered Ultra-Low, Low, Mid, Classic (High), or High Waist depends on the rise. The "rise" is the measurement from the crotch seam to the top of the front waistband. A lot of this measurement depends on the size and the manufacturer of the Jean/Pant. A small size jean/pant with a 9" rise will sit higher on the waistline than large size jeans/pants with a 9" rise. Each manufacturer has their interpretation of rise and what they consider to be Low, Mid, High, etc. Some jean/pant may have a long measured length but designed to sit low on the waist and therefore consider a "Low-rise".