Does eBay still do flybuys?

Our partnership with flybuys will come to an end on Wed, 6 May 2020. From then, you will no longer be able to collect flybuys points on your eBay purchases or redeem your flybuys points for eBay vouchers. You will not lose any flybuys points you have collected with eBay to date.

How do I link my flybuys to eBay?

If you’ve got a Flybuys account and are keen to start earning points with eBay, just head to the landing page right here. From there, you can link your eBay accounts and Flybuys together and — that’s it.

Can I sell on eBay local?

When creating your listing, simply select No shipping: Local pickup only from the dropdown menu in the Shipping details section. Make sure you enter your ZIP code in the item location because it will show on your listing. You can also offer local pickup in addition to other shipping options.

What are eBay points?

Points may be redeemed for purchases and related taxes and shipping costs solely on You must earn at least 1,500 reward points in order to redeem. Each point is worth 0.67 cents, since you receive $10 in credit for every 1,500 points.

How do I log into my flybuys account?

If you already have a password set up, you can just sign in using your email address or Flybuys card number or a login. If you don’t have a password yet but already have a Flybuys card number, you will need to register first through here and follow the steps.

Can I accept cash for local pickup on eBay?

The seller will let you know which payment methods they accept. In addition to credit card, Apple Pay, Google Pay, or PayPal, you can sometimes pay for local pickup items by internet banking, check, or money order—either beforehand or when you pick up your item. Sellers may also accept cash for local pickup purchases.

What is eBay’s fee?

Sellers with a basic eBay account pay a 10% final value fee for most items (with a $750 maximum), 12% for books, DVDs, movies, and music (with a $750 maximum), 2% for select business and industrial categories (with a $300 maximum), and 3.5% for musical instruments and gear (with a $350 maximum).