Can you bid lower than the listed price on eBay?

Can you bid lower than the listed price on eBay?

If there is a Best Offer button you can make an offer to the seller asking him to sell it for less than the BIN amount (minimum amount $.99); it is entirely within his/her discretion whether to accept or reject or ignore your offer and let it expire. If it is just the BIN with no other option, no. 03-03-2014 08:58 AM Try it and see.

Do you mean ” buy it now ” on eBay?

If you mean the “Buy It Now” price (BIN), it depends whether there is some other option other than Buy It Now or Add to Cart:

What happens if I bid less than the seller’s list?

eBay’s software won’t accept bids lower than the ‘Starting Bid’ in auctions. If you’re asking about making a ‘Best Offer’ that is lower than the ‘Buy It Now’ price then seller is free to accept or decline ANY offer.

What happens when you get a lot of offers on eBay?

Sellers often just price high and see what kinds of offers come in. If several offers come in around the same price, the seller may change the price to a fixed price based on the offers they received. In other words, the seller is waiting for the market to tell him how to price the item.

What to do if buyer asks for reduced price on eBay?

Any way he likes. Accomodate the buyer and sell for a reduced price, ignore the buyer and put him on your blocked buyer list, or encourage him to follow your listings in case you re-list the item with a ‘make an offer’ provision. I usually choose the last option.

What’s the best way to get a discount on eBay?

Offer a discount based on order size or amount spent, e.g., “Buy one, get one free” or “Spend $30 and get 10% off.” Promotional shipping. Offer free or discounted shipping to qualified buyers. Volume price discounts. Offer a discount to buyers who purchase multiples of the same item.

What’s the best way to make an offer on eBay?

Ask them directly: If you really want the item, you can message the seller and ask what the lowest price that they will accept is. This is acceptable on eBay and a good way to make sure you get the item without using all of your offers up.