eBay Fee Calculator

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Using the ZIK Fee Calculator for eBay



Your eBay final value fee will vary depending on the category, and the store subscription you own, Ebay percentage fee can range from 2% to 15%.
eBay managed payments fees are deducted per transaction. Any transaction will have a fixed fee of $0.30, plus a category fee that ranges from 2% to 15%, based on the item category.

There is also a shipping charge fee should you charge for shipping. All of these are taken into consideration to calculate your final value fees which are deducted via eBay managed payments.
When your item sells, eBay charges one updated final value fee. The final value fee consists of a variable fee based on your product category, applied on the total selling price of the item (including the shipping price).

There is also a fixed fee charged per order. eBay will automatically deduct this final value fee from your sales earnings, and pay out the balance to your bank account.

NOTE: Paypal's fees are no longer charged on sales through eBay.
Your eBay fees may be higher than usual for a few reasons. First, if you have an eBay store subscription, you will pay 0.9% lower final value fees compared to if you didn't have an eBay store. The second reason can be that you exceeded your plan list limits, and paid insertion fees.

There are also some categories that will charge for insertion fees regardless of your listing limits. The reason why you pay eBay fees is because they will provide you with buyer traffic. This is something that you would need to source yourself, or pay for on other marketplaces such as Shopify if you wish to get exposure to your products.

eBay selling fees are the cost of doing business on the eBay platform, and they are not necessarily high when you consider what your eBay fees actually cover. You may consider your eBay fees high, however they comprise of more than just the selling fees to use the platform, but also cover lead generation as well.

If you want more clarity on your profits and eBay seller fees, and you need to use our eBay profit calculator to make sure you will know your potential profit.
Both eBay and Amazon are great marketplaces with a lot of buyers. If you are selling your own products, you shouldn't just be looking to list on one platform - but both of them!

If however you have a limited budget and you are just getting, eBay has a lower barrier to entry and is generally easier to get started with for new eBay sellers.
It depends on how many eBay listings you plan to list.

If you have up to 50 listings you don't have to pay anything

If however you exceed your store limit, you will have to pay insertion fees.

So based on the amount of listings you have you should choose the right store subscription.

Using our eBay fee calculator, you will be able to get a fairly accurate idea of the various charges that can arise when using the store model vs not having a store.

You will need to consider the savings on your final value fees vs the eBay store subscription price and decide if it costs outweigh the benefits of reduced selling fees.
No. Now that eBay has migrated to Payoneer by way of eBay managed payment fees, Paypal fees are no longer part of your eBay charges.

How to use the Zik Fee Calculator for eBay

There are 2 ways to use the eBay fee calculator:

1. You can copy the eBay Item ID for the product you want to sell and paste it into the Item ID field. The eBay fee calculator will pull the price & category from eBay and will calculate the fees and profit based on this. To make sure you get accurate results please make sure to choose the relevant information from the filters (store subscription, top rated seller, etc)

2. You can fill your product selling price, shipping cost, product cost and all other filters (store subscription, top rated seller and etc) and you will immediately get the results

Select the appropriate eBay account option

Please select your eBay account option. Keep in mind that each option affects the fees.

Make sure to enter in your product cost

To see accurate profit per product you should add your product cost and shipping cost

Filling in the shipping price and shipping cost

Fill in your shipping price as the price that you charge your customer, and your shipping cost is the cost that you incur to ship out the item.

Select your Item Category

Please select the item category of the product you are selling. Keep in mind that each category has different fees.

Accurately calculate your profit

Calculating profit is the foundation of your business.
By using our eBay fee calculator you can make sure you are not losing money when selling on eBay and identify areas where you can charge more
Using the zik suite of tools, you will be able to find out exactly what are the most profitable items to sell on ebay

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