Our guides below will help you get started selling and provide more details on pricing your items, choosing your postage options, setting up how you'll get paid after a sale and more.
Once you've signed up for an eBay account, here's how to start selling:
- Select Sell at the top of any eBay page or go to Sell your item - opens in new window or tab.
- Create a listing for the item you'd like to sell.
- Confirm your details and add an automatic payment method for any eBay fees.
You may also be asked to verify your identity to keep your account secure – this could be through providing a credit card or telephone number.
Visit our Seller Centre for more help with selling for the first time - opens in new window or tab.
To get a listing up in minutes and upload photos straight from your device, use our mobile app.
Helpful selling articles
Get off to a good start by reading our guides on creating effective listings, setting up your postage options, and choosing how to get paid after you've sold your item.
Find out how you can set up an eBay account in just a few minutes.
Creating a listing is the first step in getting your item in front of buyers. We have a range of features to help make sure your listings stand out.
Listing your items at the right price will help them sell. Learn how best to price your item in auction-style or Buy It Now listings.
When you create a seller account, you'll need to add a payment method to pay for any eBay selling fees, eBay Money Back Guarantee reimbursements, subscriptions and other supplemental service fees. You can choose PayPal, direct debit or credit card as your payment method.
Learn about the range of delivery options that you can offer your buyers.
Find out how you get paid for items you've sold on eBay.
Learn how to handle any issues that a buyer may have with a purchase.
We're committed to providing a secure and fair marketplace so we've put in place rules and policies that govern our expectations of buyers and sellers. You'll also find information on the actions we'll take to keep you safe, and how we'll protect you if something goes wrong.
Seller news and updates
To find out about the latest platform changes, new selling tools and understand the changes that are important to your business, read our Seller Centre news - opens in new window or tab.
Zip Seller Finance
Zip Business gives eBay sellers fast, easy access to loans of up to $500k, with an exclusive eBay drawdown fee of 0.5% (normally 2-3%).
To apply for a loan, you'll need to be an Australian-based business that's been trading for over 18 months, with over $200k in annual turnover and an Australian bank account.
Visit our Seller Centre to find out more about Zip Seller Finance - opens in new window or tab.