Sell on eBay.

Accepting PayPal for your eBay listings can help attract more buyers around the world. eBay can be a standalone business solution, or you can use it to supplement your website or in-store offerings.

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Sign up for a PayPal business account and create a seller account on eBay.


Link your PayPal account to your eBay account.


Create your first listing, choose to accept PayPal payments and start selling.

Set up an eBay Store.

Maximise your business with an eBay Store:

  • Display all your listings in one location.
  • Personalise your pages.
  • Access marketing and reporting features to build, manage, promote and track your business.

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Protect your sales.

PayPal Seller Protection safeguards your eligible eBay sales against claims, chargebacks and reversals for unauthorised payments and items not received.

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Get started with a PayPal business account.

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Questions and answers

What do I need to do to sell on eBay?

Before you can list your first item on eBay, you’ll need to:Sign up to eBay and accept the eBay User AgreementLet them know how you’d like to pay your selling fees. You can have them bill your PayPal account if you’d likeSelect the payment methods you’ll accept

What should I look out for before listing an item?

Before you list an item, look for similar products recently sold on eBay to help you select the best category and price, or learn your item’s potential value.Review eBay’s tips for successful selling

How much does it cost to sell on eBay?

The basic cost of selling an item on eBay is the insertion fee (if applicable) plus the final value fee. There are additional fees if you use their optional services, like listing upgrades, eBay Store package subscriptions and selling tool subscriptions. Learn about eBay feesPayPal fees also apply when you sell on eBay. See PayPal fees

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