If you’re someone who sells stuff on eBay from time to time, you know that sometimes choosing the right box size can be tricky. This is because shipping companies charge based on the size/weight of the box, meaning that if you can choose the right packaging, you could potentially save on cost there.
eBay and PayPal have been pretty much synonymous with each other for the longest time ever, but it seems that the partnership will be coming to an end. In an announcement by eBay (via Recode), eBay has announced that they have signed an agreement with Adyen, a payments processor from Amsterdam, where moving forwards Adyen is expected to be the platform’s main payments processor.
Scalpers always jump into action whenever there’s a new iPhone available for purchase. Reports have suggested that the iPhone X will be available in limited quantities at launch due to production issues. This presents a golden opportunity for scalpers who can sell the iPhone X units they acquire for considerably more. That’s what they’re already doing as the iPhone X on eBay is fetching as much as $1,500.
Sometimes it’s hard to search for things that you find difficult to describe using words. After all you can’t exactly point to an object and tell your computer, “Hey find me something like that”, or can you? Earlier this year eBay announced plans to add image search to its mobile app and the good news is that it looks like the feature is now live for mobile users.
The Super Nintendo Entertainment System Classic or SNES Classic has proven to be very popular. Nintendo fans have flocked to stores in order to pick one up. It sold out within minutes are most retailers and still remains in short supply. Scalpers got in on the action as well, selling units at a premium on eBay to turn a quick profit. eBay revealed that an SNES Classic was sold every […]
For those who snub their noses at thrift stores because they think that there’s nothing good, you might want to rethink that because in a post on Reddit, Redditor L064N revealed that he discovered an Atari 2700 console while shopping at a thrift store. He did not immediately recognize it but a quick Google search told him what he was looking at.
Companies such as Google and Pinterest allow users to search for items using photos. This means that if you see something you like in real-life, or an image on the web for an item of clothing that you want to buy, you can search using a photo or an image from the web. Unfortunately such functionality was not available on eBay, at least until now.
In recent years, the demand for cryptocurrency is on the rise, such as bitcoin and ethereum. However in order to mine for the currency, miners have turned to the use of various hardware such as GPUs, and for a while things were looking pretty good for miners where ethereum rose from $10 on the 1st of January to more than $400 last month.
Just yesterday Nintendo officially announced the SNES Classic Edition, the successor to the NES Classic Edition that was recently discontinued. The console will only be released at the end of September, but it seems that pre-orders from various retailers have already sold out and in turn, have created a rather unfortunate scalping situation.
It’s always best to search the web for the best price when you’re thinking of buying something online. Chances are, you are likely going to find a better price than the first place you looked at. Customers are often provided a price guarantee by online platforms which lets them know that they’re getting the best price. eBay has announced its very own Price Match Guarantee for more than 50,000 items.
As you might have heard the sad news by now, Nintendo has decided for some inexplicable reason to discontinue the NES Classic Edition. This means that very soon, you won’t be able to get your hands on the console from the shops, and will have to rely on websites like eBay or Craigslist.
eBay is taking the fight to Amazon and its subscription-based Prime membership program by announcing that it’s now going to provide three-day “Guaranteed Delivery” on more than 20 million items. eBay is going to roll out Guaranteed Delivery in the United States this summer, it says that this will provide faster and more precise delivery dates for customers.
It seems to be a habit of Razer’s where every year they will create a couple of extremely limited edition non-gaming products and give them away as lucky draw prizes to fans. Last year Razer announced the Chroma Mug (pictured above) which is basically a flask with a flashy-looking base that offers up the same light show as Razer’s other Chroma products.
Seeing early iPods pop up on eBay isn’t new, and for the most part the devices are priced around the $20,000 range. However this has changed as it has been spotted that there is an original unopened first-gen iPod on eBay that is currently being priced at a whopping $200,000 for the collectors out there.