expired No Success Fees for Items Listed on Trademe on Sat. 7th October

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"Now's the best time to spring clean with no success fees on listings started this Saturday 7 October.*
List your second-hand goods on Trade Me this Saturday and pay no success fee when it sells.
This applies to success fees for casual sellers only, on general items listings started on Saturday 7 October.
*General items only and excludes professional sellers.
Does not apply to relists after this date and withdrawal fees may apply."

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    Damn. I could've saved $50.

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      Depends on whether you would have made a sale with the new listing tho right?

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        I generally price stuff so they sell on the first go, because interest falls quite a bit if you have to relist.

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    Thanks for posting this up Slogan. As soon as I saw the email I thought of this site :)

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    wow, i'm about to sell my gaming laptop tomorrow, cause the success fee is pretty expensive.
    I'm from overseas, so only used to ebay.

    Maybe a stupid question, they write about trademe marketplace. but do they mean just a normal auction or buy now, that i can start tomorrow?

    • -5 votes

      are you a bot

      • +1 vote

        what? nah, i'm a backpacker ^^
        bought a gaming laptop for the time i work in Auckland, and soon i start travelling again, so i want to sell it

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      Yes, a normal auction. "Buy Now" is part of a Normal Auction and up to seller if they wish to add a Buy Now option.

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    If I relist a unsold item, is it still no success fee?

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    This is awesome , I have a some retro gaming gear to sell. Is this the first time Trademe have done this?

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    Listed a few items yesterday.

    Thanks for posting this.

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    I wonder if this also applies if you don't sell during the time it was relisted but then made fixed price offer