eBay is a commerce leader that connects millions of buyers and sellers in 190 markets around the globe. It seeks to enable economic opportunity for individuals, entrepreneurs, businesses, and organizations of all sizes. eBay offers sellers the ability to grow a business with little barrier to entry regardless of size, background, or geographic location. Buyers enjoy a highly personalized experience with an unparalleled selection at a great value.
The insertion fee is the same as a listing fee. All sellers get up to 200 zero-fee listings every month. Once those are used up, the fees cannot be refunded even if the item doesn't sell. Sellers are charged one insertion fee per listing, per category.
If the item sells, eBay charges sellers a final value fee. The value of the fee, charged per item, depends on the total sale amount. Although tax is not included, the total sale amount includes shipping and any other additional charges added to the item's price.
eBay charges sellers fees if they add advanced listing upgrades. These are add-ons to the listing that aren't covered in the basic listing or insertion fee. Not all listing upgrades are available with every listing tool.
eBay also charges sellers supplemental service fees. These range from shipping labels originated from the eBay site or refund reimbursements to eBay.