Discussion in 'Marketplace Discussions' started by Green Tea, Jun 5, 2004.
No problem. It does come in handy!
nice thanks sure is expensive for a $29.99 sale time to buy ebay stock
That is great! Thanks for sharing.
I've moved this to the eBay forum area and stuck it.
Thanks, a very handy tool indeed
very useful in this jungle of commissions and overcharges
new version - http://www.ebcalc.com/
thanks for the update
Thanks--will use it!
Loving this Now I can see how much cash I'm giving to ebay and paypal Incs! ((((
Thanks. I wish I had known about this a week ago.
Any sign of one for the UK yet? I mean, I have a shortened version ("Too much") but it'd be handy to be able to use this tool.
Thanks! Updated as of July 12, 2011 as well!
Ebay has run its course....
The above links are dead, and Rolbe's website has disappeared.
Are there any others?
Okay, through Google I've found a couple of sites similar to Rolbe's...
http://www.newlifeauctions.com/calc.html (eBay, PayPal)
http://salecalc.com/ (eBay, PayPal, Amazon Mkt., Etsy)
Any other suggestions would be welcome.
I have wanted to get rid of my "office copies" of some CD's that I had lying around, and received an email from eBay offering free listing, so I dcised to try it out. It was a breeze for me using the iPhone. With a template, just shoot a photo of the item and it took no more than five minutes or so per listing. Pretty amazing.
Yes thanks very handy
Isn't it just approximately 13% of the payment amount including shipping, 10% for eBay and about 3% for Paypal?
Really, you don't need the abacus for this.
Here : The Fee Calculator - Calculate PayPal merchant fees for credit cards »
eBay PayPal Fee Calculator | Calculate your eBay/PayPal Profits »
Quickly determine your net profit for an item after factoring in the item cost, shipping cost (for you), shipping charges (for the buyer), eBay+PayPal fees, plus any discounts (eBay store, Top Rated seller).
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