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eBay Stores fees for registered businesses

All our eBay Store monthly subscription packages offer lower final value fees, compared to selling without an eBay Store.

The fees on this page apply to business customers who have provided eBay with their Australian Business Number (ABN) and registered for tax exempt status.

If you do not have an ABN and/or have not registered for tax exempt status with eBay, your invoice will include GST and you should refer to eBay Stores selling fees to view the fees that apply to you.

Different fees will apply if you don't have an eBay Store or if you want to sell vehicles. Please see the appropriate page below:

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As a Store subscriber, you'll also have access to additional tools to manage and promote your business, although some of these may incur additional fees. We won't generally charge a fee to list an item, unless you choose a listing upgrade option.

eBay may apply additional charges in some circumstances based on your selling activity (such as international sales), as well as your seller performance and service metrics.

Most fees and other selling costs, such as postage labels printed through eBay and refunds to buyers, are deducted from your sales proceeds before your payout is initiated. Learn more about how fees and selling costs are charged.

Store subscription fees

We charge a monthly subscription fee for eBay Store packages. For details on what's included, see our eBay Stores - opens in new window or tab page in the Seller Centre.

eBay Stores subscription fees on eBay.com.au

eBay Store package Subscription fee (excl. GST)
Basic Store $24.95 / month
Featured Store $54.95 / month
Anchor Store $549.95 / month

We'll bill you for your eBay Store monthly until you cancel your subscription. For more information about how monthly subscription fees are charged when upgrading, downgrading or cancelling your Store, please read our Store Subscription Terms of Service - opens in new window or tab.

Fees when you list your item

It's generally free to list items* in auction-style or fixed price format on eBay.com.au.

When you list your item, you can select features that require an additional fee, but may help your listing stand out and attract more buyers.

If fees apply when listing your item, you'll be able to review these on the listing form before submitting your listing.

*Limits and exclusions apply; please read our Full terms for fees when listing an item section below.

eBay Stores fees for optional listing upgrades on eBay.com.au

Feature eBay Stores fee (excl. GST)
List in a second category $0.05
Subtitle $2.00
Buy It Now added to an auction $0.50
Scheduled listing FREE in most categories
$0.40 in a small number of categories^

^For full details, see our category pricing list (PDF) - opens in new window or tab.

Read our full terms for fees when listing an item

  • All sellers with an eBay Store subscription on eBay.com.au are entitled to 250,000 free listings per month for items listed in auction-style or fixed price format in most categories, including relisted items and listings that are ended early.
  • An excess listing fee of $0.05 (excl. GST) will apply per listing if you have used up the monthly free listings, or if you list an item in a category that is excluded from free listings (see our category pricing list (PDF) - opens in new window or tab for details of exclusions).
  • All existing selling limits on your account (as well as category and item limits) still apply, and may prevent you from creating the maximum number of listings stated above.
  • If you choose to list your item in two categories, you'll pay a feature fee for listing in the second category per the table above, and any other feature fees will be charged twice (once for each category).
  • Fees may apply if your listing is active for over a year without any sales.
  • Auction-style listings may be automatically relisted up up to eight times if they don't sell. However, any applicable excess listing or feature fees are only charged for the first listing.
  • Fixed price listings are "Good 'Til Cancelled" – they renew automatically once per month unless all of the items sell, you end the listing, or the listing violates an eBay policy. Any applicable excess listing fees or feature fees are charged for the original listing and once per month after that.
  • Excess listing and feature fees are non-refundable once charged, even if your item doesn't sell or you remove the upgrade feature from your listing.

Fees when you sell your item

You pay one final value fee for items you sell on eBay, with no third-party payment processing fees.

The final value fee is calculated as a percentage of the total sale amount per item (item price + postage and handling charges), plus a fixed charge of $0.30 per order. Final value fee percentages vary depending on the sale price, listing category and your eBay Store package - opens in new window or tab; see our table below.

eBay Stores final value fees on eBay.com.au

Final value fees (excl. GST) Basic Store Featured Store Anchor Store
Fixed order fee
Applies to all transactions, in addition to fees below
$0.30 per order
Category percentage fee
Applies according to listing category and Store package
% of the total sale amount up to $4,000 (including postage and handling), calculated per item
  Tier 1 categories*
Items in the Home Appliances and Technology Devices categories
7.3% 6.6% 6.2%
Tier 2 categories
All items excluding Tier 1, Tier 3, Tier 4, NFTs and Services
10.4% 9.4% 8.8%
Tier 3 categories*
Items in Vehicle Parts & Accessories categories
11.3% 10.2% 9.6%
Tier 4 categories*
Items in Technology accessories, Fashion, Sporting Goods, Collectables and Media categories
11.9% 10.7% 10.1%
Percentage fee for item amounts over $4,000
Applies to transactions in all categories in Tier 1-4.
2.5% of the sale amount over $4,000 (including postage and handling), calculated per item
Category percentage fee – Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) category 5.0% of the total sale amount
Fixed fee – Services category $40.00

*For full details of which categories are included in Tier 1, Tier 3 and Tier 4, see our category pricing list (PDF) - opens in new window or tab.

Final value fee examples

Here are a couple of examples to illustrate how final value fees (FVFs) are calculated. These examples are shown exclusive of GST.

Store package Listing category Sale amount
(1 item)
Calculation Total FVF
Basic Store Home Appliances
(Tier 1)
$300 $0.30 +
7.3% x $300
$22.20
Featured Store Vehicle Parts & Accessories
(Tier 3)
$150 $0.30 +
10.2% x $149
$15.60
Anchor Store Sporting Goods
(Tier 4)
$5,200 $0.30 +
10.1% x $4,000 +
2.5% x $1,200
$434.30


If your item doesn't sell, you usually don't pay a final value fee. However, if we determine that you may have completed a sale outside of eBay, we'll charge a final value fee for introducing you to the buyer.

If you refund a buyer or cancel a sale, you may be eligible for a credit of the percentage portion of the final value fee. (The fixed fee per order won't be credited.)

Sellers not meeting performance expectations will be charged higher final value fees:

  • If your account is evaluated as not meeting minimum performance standards (i.e. 'Below Standard') in the evaluation on the 20th of a month, you'll be charged an additional 4% (excl. GST) on the total sale amount for items sold in all categories during the following calendar month. You can check your current seller performance level in your Seller Dashboard - opens in new window or tab.
  • If your rate of 'Item not as described' returns is evaluated in your service metrics as Very High in one or more categories in the evaluation on the 20th of a month, you'll be charged an additional 4% (excl. GST) on the total sale amount for items sold in those categories during the following calendar month. You can view your service metrics by going to the Performance tab in Seller Hub - opens in new window or tab.

Read our full terms for final value fees

  • When you sell an item on eBay, the final value fee is calculated as a percentage of the total sale amount per item (item price + postage and handling charges), plus a fixed charge of $0.30 (excl. GST) per order.
    • The item price is the winning bid (for auction-style listings), the Buy It Now price (for fixed price listings or auctions where the buyer chose a Buy It Now option), or the offer price (if the buyer and seller agree on a price using Best Offer, or the buyer accepts an offer sent by a seller).
    • The postage and handling charges include postage, handling fees and any additional services paid for by the buyer (e.g. Signature on Delivery), and any applicable taxes.
    • An order is defined as any number of items purchased by the same buyer at checkout with the same delivery method.
    • If the buyer applies an eBay voucher, coupon or discount offer (whether funded by eBay, a seller, or both eBay and a seller) at checkout, the final value fee will be calculated based on the original total sale amount, not including the discount value.
    • If the buyer redeems a coded coupon provided by the seller of the item, the final value fee will be calculated based on the discounted total sale amount.
  • Final value fee percentages depend on the sale price, listing category and your eBay Store package, as well as your seller performance.
    • When you list an item in two categories which have different final value fees, the higher final value fee will apply when your item sells.
    • A different percentage is applied to the amount per item over $4,000 (e.g. if the category rate is 10.4%, the final value fee for a $5,000 item is calculated as 10.4% of $4,000 + 2.5% of $1,000 + $0.30).
    • If additional final fees apply due to poor seller performance and/or service metrics, as described above, the percentage portion of the final value fees is increased by 4 percentage points (e.g. a 6.6% + $0.30 final value fee would increase to 10.6% + $0.30). We'll indicate which listings are subject to the additional final value fee on your Seller account - opens in new window or tab
  • If you offer or reference your contact information or ask a buyer for their contact information in the context of buying or selling outside of eBay, the final value fee is based on the total sale amount, which is determined as follows:
    • Auction-style format: The "total sale amount" is the auction start price, the Buy It Now price (if applicable), the reserve price (if applicable), or the price identified between the buyer and seller, whichever is highest.
    • Fixed price format: The "total sale amount" is the fixed price or the price identified between the buyer and seller, whichever is highest.
  • If you need to refund the buyer or cancel the sale, you are eligible for a credit of the variable percentage portion of the final value fee, provided that you refund the buyer in full in resolution of a return or cancellation request. The fixed fee per order will not be credited.

Fees for Classified Ad listings

In a couple of categories, you can list using our Classified Ad format. In this format, we'll charge an insertion fee when you create your listing. We'll only charge a final value fee if you list with a Best Offer option and the item sells via Best Offer.

eBay Stores fees for Classified Ad listings on eBay.com.au

Category Insertion fee
(excl. GST)
Optional feature fees
(excl. GST)
Final value fee
(excl. GST)
Services $19.99 Subtitle
$2.00

Scheduled listing
$0.40
$40.00
Real Estate $49.99 n/a

Different fees apply to Classified Ad listings in Motors vehicle categories.

Charges for ads and supplemental services

These additional charges may apply to your selling activity:

Dispute fees

When you are found responsible for a chargeback or other disputed amount as per eBay's policies, we charge a dispute fee of $22 (excl. GST) for each dispute.

International sales fee

If your registered address is in Australia, you pay an international sales fee when the delivery location for the item (entered by the buyer during checkout) is outside Australia.

This fee is calculated as 1% (excl. GST) of the total sale amount (including postage and handling, and any tax or other applicable fees) and is automatically deducted from your sales proceeds.

If your registered address is not in Australia, please refer to the fee page for your country or region of residence for your international sales fee information.

Seller currency conversion charge

When you create listings or sell items on an international eBay site, eBay may convert your funds to a different currency in order to collect amounts owed by you to eBay, or to payout funds due to you.

For example, if your registered address is in Australia and you create a listing on eBay.de for which fees are due (such as insertion and/or optional listing upgrade fees), eBay will convert your funds from AUD to EUR using the transaction exchange rate applicable at the time of listing, in order to collect these fees. When the item sells on eBay.de, eBay will calculate your payout amount by converting the sales proceeds from EUR to AUD using the transaction exchange rate applicable at the time of the sale.

If eBay converts your funds, the conversion will be completed at the transaction exchange rate we set for the relevant currency exchange. eBay's transaction exchange rate is composed of a base exchange rate plus a conversion charge. The conversion charge is a fixed percentage applied to the base exchange rate and retained by eBay. The base exchange rate reflects rates within the wholesale currency markets applicable to the currency pairing on the day of the conversion, or the prior business day. If exchange rates are set by law or regulation, the base exchange rate reflects the government reference rates.

If your registered address is in Australia, the seller currency conversion charge applied and retained by eBay is 3% (excl. GST). If your registered address is not in Australia, please refer to the fee page for your country or region of residence for your seller currency conversion charge information.

Additional terms and conditions for eBay fees

Billing and payment

  • Most fees and selling costs will be automatically deducted from your sales proceeds prior to payout. Details of the fees or costs will be on your Financial statement.
  • If your funds awaiting payout are insufficient to cover your selling costs, we'll charge the payment method you've set up on your seller account or otherwise collect fees and selling costs from you as set out in the Payments Terms of Use - opens in new window or tab.

Goods and Services Tax (GST)

  • If your registered address is in Australia, Australian GST of 10% is payable on your eBay fees. Unless you provided eBay with your ABN and registered for tax exempt status - opens in new window or tab, we'll add GST to your eBay fees.
  • If you live outside Australia, depending on the tax legislation of your country or region of residency, local Goods and Services Tax (GST), Value Added Tax (VAT) or similar consumption tax might apply, instead of Australian GST.

Other terms

  • Fee amounts are based on the terms in effect when a listing goes live and when it renews.
  • The fees on this page apply to listings on eBay.com.au. If you list an item directly on another eBay site (e.g. eBay.com or eBay.co.uk), the fees for that site will apply.
  • All fees are in Australian dollars, unless otherwise stated.
  • There may be instances when your listing doesn't appear in search results until several hours after you've created it. eBay can't guarantee exact listing durations.
  • We may place third-party advertisements on any web page within our site.

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