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    • cazmanian_minx
    • By cazmanian_minx 4th Jan 07, 12:40 PM
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    cazmanian_minx
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    • 4th Jan 07, 12:40 PM
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    • 4th Jan 07, 12:40 PM
    Another good one is eCal:

    http://ecal.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!/en/fee_calculator/ebay.co.uk/

    It does Shop listings as well and will tell you how many items you can put on one listing before you go up to the next fee bracket - really useful for people who sell multiple items in one listing.

    Caz
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  • windswept
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    • 4th Jan 07, 1:01 PM
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    • 4th Jan 07, 1:01 PM
    when you use turbo lister it tells you your fees too.
  • user051105
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    • 4th Jan 07, 2:10 PM
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    • 4th Jan 07, 2:10 PM
    when you use turbo lister it tells you your fees too.
    The only thing with turbo lister is that it doesn't tell you what FVF and Paypal fees will be.
    • pennylane99
    • By pennylane99 4th Jan 07, 2:21 PM
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    • 4th Jan 07, 2:21 PM
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    • 4th Jan 07, 2:21 PM
    there is one on Goofbay

    http://www.goofbay.com/ebayFees.html?Submit=Go
    • Geoffrey Coan
    • By Geoffrey Coan 10th Jan 07, 2:31 PM
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    • #6
    • 10th Jan 07, 2:31 PM
    Goofbay doesn't work in Firefox
    • #6
    • 10th Jan 07, 2:31 PM
    by pennylane99
    Goofbay appears not to work in Firefox 2, it worked in IE OK for me though.

    quicture requires Java runtime to be installed

    But ecal requires no plugins and works in Firefox - gets my vote!
    • plzhelpmesave!
    • By plzhelpmesave! 11th Jan 07, 1:38 PM
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    plzhelpmesave!
    • #7
    • 11th Jan 07, 1:38 PM
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    • 11th Jan 07, 1:38 PM
    really useful, esp as its 10p listing day today! thanks
    • Rumman
    • By Rumman 13th Jan 07, 5:37 PM
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    • 13th Jan 07, 5:37 PM
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    • 13th Jan 07, 5:37 PM
    i dont get the paypal fees bit, my account is the one above personal, buisness i think, they do charge me paypal fees, but what percent i dont know, anyone? thanks
    • pennylane99
    • By pennylane99 13th Jan 07, 5:45 PM
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    • 13th Jan 07, 5:45 PM
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    • 13th Jan 07, 5:45 PM
    i dont get the paypal fees bit, my account is the one above personal, buisness i think, they do charge me paypal fees, but what percent i dont know, anyone? thanks
    by Rumman
    fees list...

    https://www.paypal.com/uk/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_display-fees-outside
    • digerati
    • By digerati 21st Jan 07, 9:36 PM
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    digerati
    Another free eBay PayPal Fee Calculator
    Have you ever wondered how much in total its going to cost you to list an item, i.e. what will all the fee's come out at, this does them all.
    by user051105
    There's a much better combined eBay & PayPal Fee Calculator that handles all regular, dutch, fixed price, stores, and classifieds for all items including cars, vehicles, boats and real estate listings on eBay United Kingdom. They also have calculators for eBay in Australia, Canada and the USA as well as Europe. Oh and I also discovered they have one for QXL.co.uk too!

    Works in Firefox 1 & 2 plus IE. Enjoy :-)

    http://auctionfeecalculator.com/uk_ebay_fee_calc.html
  • antoniomontana
    paypal really do rip you off
  • Flashbang
    Do any of you know of a reliable calculator that is windows based and has an Ebay Store section that takes into account the slight differences between individual auctions?
  • Turbotrance
    Another good one is eCal:

    http://ecal.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!/en/fee_calculator/ebay.co.uk/

    It does Shop listings as well and will tell you how many items you can put on one listing before you go up to the next fee bracket - really useful for people who sell multiple items in one listing.

    Caz
    Originally posted by cazmanian_minx
    This ecal is the best and simplest web based tool to use for both ebay and paypal fees combined imo
  • hereishappyhelen
    Is there a calculator for listing dvds fees etc. thats different charges from normal listing etc. Cheers
    • digerati
    • By digerati 9th Oct 07, 1:41 AM
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    digerati
    Is there a calculator for listing dvds fees etc. thats different charges from normal listing etc. Cheers
    Originally posted by hereishappyhelen
    The only one I know of is: http://auctionfeecalculator.com/uk_ebay_fee_calc2.html. Select DVDs under Category to get correct fees...

    Hope this helps!
    • GregtheHammer
    • By GregtheHammer 9th Oct 07, 12:27 PM
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    GregtheHammer
    Originally posted by cazmanian_minx

    This is very helpful, does make me rethink about accepting paypal with the fees they charge
    • foxsake123
    • By foxsake123 17th Feb 08, 2:24 PM
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    foxsake123
    Does anyone know where i can find a calculator for the new fee structure?
    • greenstreetprince
    • By greenstreetprince 17th Feb 08, 4:16 PM
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    greenstreetprince
    Does anyone know where i can find a calculator for the new fee structure?
    Originally posted by foxsake123
    if you mean different fee's for media items such as books and dvd's, then give this the click around....

    http://auctionfeecalculator.com/uk_ebay_fee_calc2.html
    • foxsake123
    • By foxsake123 18th Feb 08, 10:48 PM
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    foxsake123
    if you mean different fee's for media items such as books and dvd's, then give this the click around....

    http://auctionfeecalculator.com/uk_ebay_fee_calc2.html
    Originally posted by greenstreetprince
    Thanks. But i meant the new pricing structure announced recently.
    • digerati
    • By digerati 21st Feb 08, 1:10 AM
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    digerati
    Thanks. But i meant the new pricing structure announced recently.
    Originally posted by foxsake123
    I just checked their website and they have the new eBay fees and discounts listed on the UK calcs. UPDATE: they also have revised fee calcs for Irish, Swiss and Dutch (Netherlands) eBay sites. No sign of new US, German or Spanish fees though...
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