Buying and Selling

Celebrating Giving Tuesday With eBay for Charity…

Through our global marketplace, we’re committed to empowering a community of giving this holiday season — now, more than ever, during a challenging year for many.  Starting today through Thursday, Dec. 10, we’re launching a series of exclusive eBay for Charity auctions for Giving Tuesday in partnership with artists, nonprofits and foundations where all proceeds will benefit a number of ...

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Everything You Need To Know About Holiday Watch Buying…

The holiday season is here again and, despite the fact that it’s going to hit different in 2020 (hello family Zoom get-togethers and mask-wearing mall Santas) seasonal gift giving remains as quintessential as eggnog and leg lamps. As in years past, finding the right gift is a minefield of wants, needs, obligations, and budgetary constraints, all carried out beneath a ...

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Announcing the eBay Latin America Entrepreneur of the Year Awards…

This month, eBay is announcing its second annual Latin America Entrepreneur of the Year Awards in recognition of five sellers who best embody what it means to build a successful business with global reach. The awards celebrate Latin American entrepreneurs who have used eBay’s tools and platform to enter the global economy and build high-impact businesses. This year’s recipients hail ...

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eBay Launches “Up & Running Grants” to Set Small Business Sel…

While the pandemic has been a challenging time for small businesses, it’s also opened up an entirely new pathway to success through ecommerce. In the lead up to the holiday season, and with demand for ecommerce at an all-time high, eBay is announcing a new grants program today to help small businesses stay up and running online. The Up & ...

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A Global Spotlight on Haida Culture Through Indigenous Art…

Editor’s note: In celebration of eBay’s 25th anniversary, we’re spotlighting a seller every week from our global community in our Mini-Stories column through 2020. For Shaun Smith and Stephanie Markham, selling on eBay has meant a unique opportunity to share their culture with the world. Each piece of their inventory is symbolic of Haida heritage, from intricate, sterling silver jewelry ...

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Bringing the Joy of the Holidays Home with eBay…

This year has been one of many challenges, as the pandemic has uprooted lives and jobs around the world. But throughout it all, our buyers, sellers and employees have come together, finding ways to give and connect. Because ultimately, we are all one community. Now, as we approach the holiday season, people are looking for those shared moments of hope ...

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eBay Plans to Authenticate All Sneakers Over $100 — Here are the …

As of Tuesday, Oct. 27, the online resale giant has begun vetting select Jordans and Yeezys over $200. By early 2021, they plan to begin vetting the authenticity of every sneaker sold in the U.S. for over $100. According to eBay, this means that all collectible sneakers that meet the minimum price requirement will be vetted and verified by an ...

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eBay Is Auctioning 60 Rare Air Jordans a Day Throughout the Week …

Air Jordan fans, eBay has something special for you going on right now. The secondary marketplace is currently hosting an exclusive auction of rare and hard-to-find Air Jordan sneakers via eBay.com from a collection that is more than 30 years old. The auction features items from the user shoezeum, which is the name of the now defunct sneaker museum in ...

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Bringing Childhood Dreams Back to Life…

Editor’s note: In celebration of eBay’s 25th anniversary, we’re spotlighting a seller every week from our global community in our Mini-Stories column through 2020. For John and Denise “Dee” Davis, there’s timeless magic within childhood memories. The Michigan couple runs a vintage toy and game shop on eBay, filling their online store’s shelves with treasured toys from Smurf figurines to ...

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Bringing a Soldier Home With a Long-Lost WWII Jacket…

Sometimes patriotism shines brightest in those who ask the least from their country in return. During World War II, a dedicated group of Japanese American volunteer soldiers became the most highly decorated regiment of its size in U.S. history, recognized for their bravery overseas even as their family and friends were forced into internment camps back home. So when Paul ...

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