eBay Canada Extends Zero Insertion Fee Promotion Until December 31
eBay Canada had been running a limited-time zero insertion fee promotion originally scheduled to end on October 31, 2021. However, the company announced this week that it will extend this promotion until December 31, 2021.
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The promotion started last year during the peak of the Covid-19 pandemic and was supposed to last for only one year. But apparently, in a bid to support Canadian sellers during the holiday season, eBay has decided to lengthen it for two more months.
Also, a week ago, eBay added a new shipping badge to Canadian listings to highlight items that offer fast, free and tracked shipping, another small update just before the peak of the holiday season starts.
eBay’s zero insertion fee promotion is valid for the first 100,000 listings a Canadian seller lists on eBay.ca and there is nothing sellers need to do to activate the extended promotion period.
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Richard is co-founder of eSeller365. He has over 17 years of experience on eBay which includes tens of thousands of sales to buyers in over 100 countries and even has experience with eBay’s VeRO program enforcing intellectual property rights for a former employer. And for about two years Richard sold products on Amazon using Amazon FBA in the US.
To “relax” from the daily business grind, for a few weekends a year, he also works for IMSA as a professional race official.