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eBay offers free listings to qualified sellers. is holding the first free auction style listings promotion since the first of the 2010 seller releases went live.

According to the official page on eBay: between May 26th and June 1st eBay sellers can list auction style listings for free (no insertion fees) on the site. 

Sellers who have sold at least 10 items in the past 12 months and also have at least 10 DSR ratings left by buyers must have a 4.5 or greater on all 4 measured areas: Item as described, communication, shipping and handling time and shipping and handling costs. 

Sellers who do not have a selling track record are also eligible.

eBay members who have an eBay store are not eligible for this promotion.

EBay normally will allow non store sellers to list auctions with a starting price of 99 cents or lower with no insertion fees.  During this promotion qualified sellers can list up to 100 auction items, regardless of the start price, without being charged an insertion fee.

eBay reports you can keep track of the number of items you list during this promotion.  According to the official web page for this promotion: "You can view this information (number of items that you listed that count towards your 100 free listings) directly in My eBay and in Selling Manager, and Selling Manager Pro, under "Listing Offers." A separate counter will be displayed specifically for this Promotion. You will see the counters only if you have listed an eligible item during the Promotion Period. "

For full details on this promotion please visit the official eBay page located at:




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