Question: What Happens If You End An EBay Auction Early?

If you end an auction early and buyers have already placed bids, you may be charged a fee.

This fee is the same as a final value fee, based on the item price when you ended the auction.

You won’t pay a fee if you cancel your auction within the first 24 hours of listing your item, or if we have to end your auction.

Do you get charged for ending an eBay auction early?

If you cancel an auction early, for whatever reason, that has bids, ebay charges a penalty equal to 10% of the highest bid. This fee is equal to the final value fee you would have paid if the listing had ended on its own and sold for the highest bid received at the time you ended the listing.

What happens if I cancel eBay auction?

If the buyer changes their mind about an eBay sale after the auction has ended, they can contact the seller and ask them to cancel the transaction. As long as the cancellation is per buyer request, most sellers will comply. Sellers have no reason to pressure a buyer to pay if the buyer no longer wants the item.

Can you end eBay auction at any time?

You can end your auction listing early, if: There are no bids yet on your item. There are bids on your item and you don’t want to sell it to the highest bidder, but there are 12 or more hours left in the listing. In this situation, you’ll need to cancel all active bids before you can end your listing.

Can I end an eBay auction early and sell to the highest bidder?

To end a listing early and cancel all bids or sell to the high bidder: Go to My eBay > Selling and find the item. From the More actions drop-down menu, select End My Listing Early. If there are 12 or more hours before the end of the listing, select Cancel bids and end listing early or Sell item to high bidder.