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Ebay - How Often Can You Relist An Unsold Item Without Paying The Listing Fee Again

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jessiedog | 11:35 Sat 16th Nov 2013 | Shopping
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If I list an item and pay the listing fee, if it is not sold I can relist it for free. How many times can I do this if the item keeps not selling.

I know that there are free listing weekends, but I want to know for items on which I pay the listing fee.

Many thanks

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There is a new template for listing, just come in - it says they will automatically list three times for you without having to pay. I've ticked yes for this, at least I don't have to relist myself, it'll automatically relist 3 times. What happens after that, I'm not yet sure!
15:22 Sat 16th Nov 2013
There is a new template for listing, just come in - it says they will automatically list three times for you without having to pay. I've ticked yes for this, at least I don't have to relist myself, it'll automatically relist 3 times. What happens after that, I'm not yet sure!
.... or you do what I do - wait until the free days in order to relist it manually.
My understanding is that it is listed again for fee, on the condition that it sells - if it does not sell within the listing period, then you pay the listing fee.

Otherwise you could forever-more list an unsold item for no fee.
The first 'fee' should be 'free'.
I do what box tops does, re list manually on free listing days.
I agree with Hymie re the old system, relisting manually could be done once without attracting a fee. I don't know quite how it will work with the new listing system which came in a few days ago, where they offer you the option of 3 free automatic re-listings (although I suspect it's a crafty ploy to get you to forget you've already had your 3, and you get charged for the 4th. we'll see!)

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