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Selling limits

Selling limits are designed to help you grow your business in a manageable way and ensure you can give your buyers great service. As you get more comfortable meeting buyer demand, we'll increase your limit. 

We'll review your account every month and adjust the limits automatically based on your volume of sales and the Feedback you've received from buyers.

Where to find your selling limit

Here's where to find your current selling limit:

  1. Go to All Selling in My eBay.
  2. Find the Monthly selling limits section to view your current limit.

If you use Seller Hub, here's how to find your monthly selling limit:

  1. Go to the Overview tab of Seller Hub.
  2. Scroll down and find the Monthly limits section to view your current limit.

How to increase your selling limit

If your selling performance and sales metrics are strong, you may be able to have your limits increased – you can always check your performance in Seller Hub or in your Seller Dashboard.

When you're getting close to your monthly limit we'll send you a message to let you know. You can request a limit increase directly from within that message, or, you can request a limit by selecting Request a limit increase.

Request a limit increase

Sometimes after you request a limit increase, we'll need more information – contact or business details, for example. We'll email you with the specifics of what we need.

If you have more than one seller account, you may also be able to raise your limits by linking to your other, more established seller account. If your accounts can be linked, you'll see that option when you select Request higher selling limits in the Monthly selling limits section of My eBay's All Selling view.

We'll review your account every month and adjust your limit automatically based on your sales volume and the feedback you get.

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