Limits vary, but if you’re new to eBay your limits will probably be around 10 items and $500.
Limiting sales for new sellers helps to keep eBay a trusted marketplace.
3 types of eBay seller limits may apply, depending on the seller: Account-based selling allowances.
Does eBay limit your sales?
All sellers have selling limits. If you are brand new to eBay, your limits will likely be as low as 10 items and $500. Then select the “All Selling” option in the Sell section on the left side of the page (or in the Selling Manager Summary). In Seller Hub, you can see your account limits in the Overview section.
Does eBay automatically increase selling limits?
eBay reviews seller accounts on a monthly basis and will adjust limits automatically based on your store’s sales volume and buyer feedback. Increasing eBay selling limits is possible, though it may require some patience. To confirm your sales have been strong, check your performance in the Seller Dashboard.
How much does it cost to run an eBay store?
Here’s why: eBay gives regular sellers 50 free zero insertion fee listings. Every additional listing after that costs $0.30. If you’re running 100 listings/month as a regular seller, you would spend $15 a month on listing fees (50 paid listings at $0.30 a pop). With an annual Starter subscription, you’d spend $4.95.
How do I increase my selling limits on eBay?
- Open eBay in your internet browser.
- Click My eBay on the top-right.
- Click All Selling on the left menu.
- Click the Request to list more link below your current limits.
- Select one of the available request options.
- Click Continue.
- Call the eBay customer services to discuss your request.