If you no longer want to keep your eBay Store open, we can help you close it.
Your eBay Store comes with plenty of options to help you give it a professional look and set it up to suit your business. It's easy to put your Store on holiday if you need to be away for a while.
Customise your eBay Store
You'll find all the tools for managing your Store, and more, in Seller Hub. You can manage stock, put items on sale, organise your listings within custom categories, select items to feature and more.
You can find more about managing your store in the Seller Centre.
If you haven't opted into Seller Hub, you can do so when you select Manage my Store.Manage your Store
Put your Store on holiday
If you need to take a break from your Store for any reason, you can put it on holiday. You can leave a note to let your buyers know you'll be away and when you'll be back.
You can also hide your fixed price listings while you're gone so no one will be waiting for items you can't post on time.
Here's how to put your Store on holiday and hide your fixed price listings:
- In the Change settings section of the Messages tab in My eBay, find Store holiday settings and select Turn on
- To hide your fixed price listings, select Hide and block purchases from my fixed price listings
- To show your return date, select Display a return date and enter the date you'll reopen your Store
- In Message to display on your storefront, enter a short explanatory note to your buyers
When you're ready to reopen your Store, select Change holiday settings, then select Turn off.
You can create your own unique Store categories and put items into two Store categories at a time at no extra charge.
You'll find all the tools for managing your Store in the Seller Centre.
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