Click on the Sell tab at the top of most eBay pages
On the next page, enter 3-5 words about your item and then click the Start selling button.
We’ll guide you through the process of listing your item step-by-step, including helping you find the best category. Selecting the right category is important as it helps buyers find your listing.
Classified with Best Offer: Set the price for one item and allow buyers to negotiate with you.
What price should I put on my item?
Setting your price involves not only deciding the starting price of your item, but also selecting pricing options based on which selling format you select.
As part of your pricing strategy, use the completed listings search to find similar items
that have recently sold on eBay. Notice the starting and ending price of items that have sold as well as the selling formats selected.
Pricing for Auction listings
The starting price is the lowest price you are willing to sell your item at. Bidding will start at this price. Sellers have found that setting the starting price too high may discourage bidding
You can also create an Auction listing with a Buy It Now option. The Buy It Now price needs to be at least 30% higher than the Auction starting price.
If you have a problem with your winning bidder you can make an offer to a non-winning bidder. This Second Chance Offer contains a Buy It Now (BIN) price equal to the non-winning bidder's bid amount.