Lots of buyers refine their searches by category, so choosing the right category will make your item easier to find.
How to add categories
When you start listing your item, a category is usually pre-populated with suggestions based on your title.
If you don't agree with what's suggested, you can select Search categories or Browse categories to find an alternative.
When you've used a category in a previous listing, eBay saves it so you can select it again as either your main or secondary category.
Sometimes we'll change the category if your selection doesn't match the item listed.
How to list in two categories
Listing in two categories increases the chances that your item will get in front of an interested buyer.
To add a second category, select Add a second category in the Product details section of the listing form.
Bear in mind that your item needs to be fully relevant to both categories. For example, you could list a vintage table from Japan in both the Asian Antiques category and the Antiques > Furniture category.
If you choose to list your item in two categories, you'll pay a feature fee for listing in the second category, regardless of whether you're using a free listing. Any other feature fees applicable to the listing based on your feature selections will be charged twice (once for each category). Learn more about eBay selling fees.
On eBay.com.au, Real Estate items can only be listed in one category.